Father of former Missouri swimmer surprised by UT official's claim about alleged rape

The father of a former University of Missouri swimmer told the News Sentinel he was surprised when Meghan Anderson, a University of Tennessee official who previously worked at Missouri, denied that his daughter told her about an alleged sexual assault before she committed suicide.

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volnsc writes:

How does UT get in these situations?

WaitUntilNextYear writes:

Was she not vetted by UT in the interview including an independent background check?
Obviously, the Missouri president is now feeling the heat since their little secret has been exposed.
You think UT might have made another critical mistake in character?

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