If a woman weds a man who has gotten divorced four times because he cheated on his previous wives, whose fault is it if the latest marriage ends the same way?
Some of the responsibility would fall to the cheating husband, of course. But some of it also belongs to the wife who took a chance on him even though his previous infidelities were no secret.
That same analogy holds true for the one-game suspension South Carolina coach Frank Martin will serve on Saturday for what athletic director Ray Tanner has deemed "inappropriate verbal communication" with a player. TV cameras captured Martin direct a profane outburst at freshman point guard Duane Notice during a timeout with 10 minutes left in the Gamecocks' loss to top-ranked Florida on Tuesday night.
Martin's coarse language and demeanor toward his players can sometimes be over-the-top and difficult to watch, but it's not like this is a mysterious new issue. YouTube is littered with clips of Martin's temper boiling over when he coachedRead More »from Profane language earns South Carolina's Frank Martin a one-game suspension