Art Briles, above, told ESPN’s Tom Rinaldi: “I feel responsibility. I do. The players are part of our program and are representative of our program. When they do wrong, it reflects on me and the university. So I feel responsibility.”
Art Briles, above, told ESPN’s Tom Rinaldi: “I feel responsibility. I do. The players are part of our program and are representative of our program. When they do wrong, it reflects on me and the university. So I feel responsibility.” Charlie Riedel AP
Art Briles, above, told ESPN’s Tom Rinaldi: “I feel responsibility. I do. The players are part of our program and are representative of our program. When they do wrong, it reflects on me and the university. So I feel responsibility.” Charlie Riedel AP

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