On Wednesday, sentencing was handed down for former Michigan State University sports physician Larry Nassar. He was sentenced to up to 175 years in prison. Following the sentencing, University president Lou Anna Simon resigned from her position.
As of now, there is no evidence that she was aware of anything that was going on involving Nassar. Clay Travis wonders where we draw the line of guilt in a situation like this. Should Simon be expected to step down from her position even if there is no evidence of any wrong doing?