The Faculty Senate of Michigan State University on Tuesday passed a vote of no confidence in the board of the university, The Lansing State Journal reported. The Board appointed former Michigan Governor John Engler as Interim President. He will serve in the role after Lou Anna Simon resigned as president in the wake of the Larry Nassar sexual assault scandal. Many have also criticized the lack of faculty input in the decision. Nassar is now in federal prison after pleading guilty to more than a dozen charges of criminal sexual conduct. Both faculty and students have recommended the board choose someone familiar with combating sexual abuse, following the sentencing of former MSU doctor, Larry Nassar. Simon resigned last month amid heavy criticism that she and the university did not properly handle the Nassar case while the disgraced doctor abused patients on campus, nor during the aftermath of his crimes since he was sacked in September 2016.
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Tom Izzo is still not addressing specific questions about an ESPN report that alleges his program mishandled a sexual assault allegation against players.
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Asked about that statement after his team's win over Minnesota, and specifically Engler's line that the reporting was "sensationalized", Izzo said three times that he agreed with the school president. The coaches were asked to refrain from comment while the reports were examined. "We'll see what goes from there when I get home and get a chance to read it all and get a chance to talk to him".
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"I told them that we as a board failed them as it related to the process", Mosallam said. He said that request has been "a burden that must be lifted". "I'm here tonight to say that any accusations of my handling of any complaints of sexual assault individually are completely false". ESPN is also reporting that same assistant coach was later accused of sexually assaulting another female student.