McGill hazing makes headlines
A disturbing story of ritual hazing on the McGill University football team is what's making waves in the CIS this week.
I trust my readers know where this story is headed. The unfortunate thing is that the only time the CIS is really being written about, it's for something like this.
"Hazing is inconsistent with the university's values and it will not be tolerated," the university said in a statement.
Two suspended players, reached by phone yesterday, said they had retained lawyers and had been advised by the university not to comment.
The football recruit, whose father is a former CFL player, said he began to hear ominous warnings from team veterans about "Dr. Broom" on the second day of training camp in August.