Former U Of Minnesota AD May Have History Of Harassing Women
Norwood Teague resigned as University of Minnesota athletic director last week after his sexually explicit texts came to light.By Matt Moreno | August 11, 2015
When former University of Minnesota athletic director Norwood Teague resigned last week, he blamed his resignation on a recent sexually explicit texting incident. But as the Minneapolis StarTribune is finding out, this seemingly shocking resignation isn't so shocking.
"I have decided to leave the University of Minnesota. At a recent university event, I had entirely too much to drink; I behaved badly towards nice people and sent truly inappropriate texts," former University of Minnesota athletic director Norwood Teague said.
On Tuesday, the outlet reported Teague's previous conduct has resulted in at least two settlements totaling $300,000 — one occurring at U of M and the other while he was athletic director at Virginia Commonwealth University in 2012. (Video via VCU InSight)