F. King Alexander resigns at Oregon State following release of Husch Blackwell report at LSU
The release of the Husch Blackwell report by LSU has resulted in another administrator losing his job.
This time, it’s Oregon State president F. King Alexander, who resigned over the weekend following his lack of action during his time in Baton Rouge.
According to emails revealed by Husch Blackwell, former LSU AD Joe Alleva supported the firing of former LSU coach Les Miles back in 2013 following several instances of alleged harassment and shared that information with Alexander at the time.
Alexander did not take action and Miles stayed on at LSU for three more years before ultimately being fired for losing on the field.
In the wake of the release of the report, Miles and AD Jeff Long are both no longer working for Kansas.
Following the news of Alexander’s resignation at Oregon State, several are pointing out the fact that while administrators and a coach have lost their jobs, no one at LSU has suffered the same fate.
Firings/resignations after the release of the Husch Blackwell report:
Oregon State: 1
LSU: 0 https://t.co/BGQama9rKc
— Amie Just (@Amie_Just) March 23, 2021