Found November 14, 2012 on Shirts With Random Triangles:
PLAYERS: Kirk Ferentz
TEAMS: Iowa Hawkeyes
Iowa head football coach dropped an F-bomb during a press conference on Tuesday after being asked a question by an AP reporter about a former Iowa athletic department adviser  who has been accused of  sexual harassment. "Ferentz objected to the question, “It’s been out there that you had your players cut off contact with Pete Gray.” He had a problem with the “it’s been out there” part. He stopped in mid-sentence while answering another question and said, “I’m distracted by that ‘it’s out there,’ ” he said. “I mean . . . I’ve got to apologize, but that is so bad.” The reporter cited a Monday post from Iowa City’s KCJJ radio on its website that Ferentz and UI men’s swimming coach Marc Long cut off access between Gray and their athletes shortly before Gray was allowed to resign for personal reasons. Ferentz said Gray had worked in the past with members of the football team, but it had been a “significant while” since he did. At this poi
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