A federal judge on Thursday dismissed a pair of lawsuits filed against the University of Colorado by two women who say they were raped by football players or recruits in a case that ignited a recruiting scandal at the state's flagship school.
Attorneys for a woman suing the University of Colorado after her alleged rape by football athletes are trying to sneak additional issues into the high-profile case, attorneys for the school told a federal magistrate Tuesday.
The lawsuit that triggered a scandal at the University of Colorado should be dismissed because it hasn't shown the school violated the rights of an alleged rape victim, university lawyers said Wednesday.
University of Colorado football coach Gary Barnett sent his boss an e-mail asking "how aggressive should I be re; katie ... sexual conquests by her etc." after former player Katie Hnida said she had been raped by a teammate.
Suspended University of Colorado football coach Gary Barnett told recruiting investigators Tuesday there is "no question" misbehavior occurred at a 2001 party at the center of rape allegations against his players.