Pat Forde of ESPN.com had some interesting comments about Iowa Hospitalization Issues.
Thank goodness PSU does not have this type of callous behavior. Read on.
"You won't find many coaches with a better reputation than Ferentz among his peers and among his fans. He has been both wildly successful and wildly popular in Iowa City, compiling an 89-60 record at a school that shouldn't be able to win consistently at the highest level. The reward has been a contract extended last year through 2020 and paying him well in excess of $3 million a year. Yet when it was time to face the public Wednesday at a news conference to explain what happened to 13 of his players, Ferentz was a no-show. So was Barta. Instead, Iowa pathetically trotted out its director of football operations, Paul Federici, a guy certainly not paid to be the face of the program in times of crisis. That's leadership, all right. That's compassion. That's accountability. Even if Ferentz is absolved of any responsibility in this matter, his absence and silence during a troubling week at Iowa should tell recruits and their families plenty about how much he cares for his players."
Best Wishes for the 13 Hawkeyes who suffered kidney failure for their fearless leader. The rest of that school can go to HE double hockeysticks.