Former Alabama assistant coach now at Texas had ‘inappropriate, consensual behavior’ with Texas student

F ormer Alabama assistant coach and now Offensive Coordinator at the University of Texas had what Texas administrators called an “inappropriate, consensual behavior” with a University of Texas adult student at the 2009 Fiesta Bowl. This bombshell was made public in two statements.

Texas Athletic Director DeLoss Dodds said in a statement, “Major Applewhite engaged in inappropriate, consensual behavior with an adult student one time during the 2009 Fiesta Bowl activities. After learning of his behavior later that month, I took immediate action to review the situation. We promptly initiated an inquiry with assistance from the university’s Legal Affairs office and other units outside of Athletics. Major admitted his inappropriate conduct and he was disciplined. In determining appropriate discipline, we analyze the facts and circumstances surrounding the behavior and its relation to job responsibilities. Major fully accepted his discipline, including counseling. We have high standards for behavior and expect our staff and coaches to adhere to them in all aspects of their lives. I believe that the appropriate discipline was taken in this case.”

Major Applewhite released a statement to the Daily Texan. In it Applewhite said, “Several years ago, I made a regretful decision resulting in behavior that was totally inappropriate. It was a one-time occurrence and was a personal matter. Shortly after it occurred, I discussed the situation with DeLoss Dodds. I was upfront and took full responsibility for my actions. This is and was resolved four years ago with the University. Through counsel I have worked with my wife and the incident is behind us. I am regretful for my mistake and humbled by this experience. I am deeply sorry for the embarrassment it has caused my friends, family, and the University. I appreciate all of them. I’ve learned and grown from this and look forward to my work at Texas.”

This revelation follows Major Applewhite taking over play-calling duties for the Texas Longhorns following the departure of Co-offensive coordinator Bryan Harsin.

Now we know why Applewhite was given play-calling duties. It is clear that he knows how to score.

5 Responses to “Former Alabama assistant coach now at Texas had ‘inappropriate, consensual behavior’ with Texas student” Subscribe

  1. Crimsonite February 2, 2013 at 9:12 am #

    Now that’s funny. And on another note, Tuiasosopo said that he is in love with T’eo. Say what??????? It appears to me that the men of Samoa have entirely too much free time on their hands. They need something to occupy themselves with. Oh wait! Bwaa Haww Haww! RTR!

    • # 1 al. fan February 4, 2013 at 10:54 am #

      Do you reckon he knows how to ride a Harley? RTR

    • Indiana Vol February 7, 2013 at 1:08 pm #

      Speaking of having too much time on their hands; you must live on this board! Maybe you should get a hobby rather than having your nose stuck up Nicky Satan’s ass; “Bwaa Haww Haww!”

  2. Ricky B February 3, 2013 at 12:50 pm #

    My buddy was there one time when I was locked in the heat of passion with my wife – a little awkward looking back on it – I remember wanting him to get away but I distinctly remember hearing ‘I’ll hold her hair…’

  3. Indiana Vol February 7, 2013 at 1:07 pm #

    Perfect example of what being a part of the Crimson TURD program can result in. Applewhite was a good kid and was ruined when he was one of Nicky Satan’s assistants!

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