“He should have just been honest from the beginning and maybe things would have been resolved quicker. He wasn’t, so you have to pay the consequences.”

Dana Crouse, Boardman

“I don’t really care how people feel about them being suspended or not, what I care about is the victim’s story and how she’s doing.”

Elizabeth Kay, Mount Vernon

“I suppose they had to do something and that’s probably as good as we can expect. I’d prefer if it wasn’t the TCU game.”

Richard Murray, Mount Vernon

“I guess I have mixed emotions. I think they spent a lot of time and money investigating it, so they must’ve figured out that was appropriate. It was over a 12-hour meeting. So bottom-line, I think it was probably a compromise on all their parts, so I support that decision. Hopefully, Urban moves on and does great things.”

Ken Lane, Mount Vernon

“I don’t really know anything about the situation, but I think that’s (not fully reporting domestic violence allegations) terrible. I think, clearly, it’s the law and you need to report things when something is wrong.”

Amanda Durbin, Mount Vernon



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