A former Republican governor of Michigan took ESPN to task Saturday during a fiery exchange with a reporter for the sports network over recent sexual misconduct allegations involving Michigan State University.
Michigan State coach Tom Izzo was set to speak about his team’s win Friday over Bucknell when ESPN reporter Dan Murphy asked former Gov. John Engler: “Do you not think Michigan State is one of the worst offenders of sexual assault right now?” the Detroit Free Press reported.
Michigan State's John Engler blasts ESPN for own sexual assault history https://t.co/lvH2pUFwO6
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“Oh, I think ESPN is far worse than many companies in America today.”
Murphy countered, “That’s not the question I asked you. Do you think Michigan State is a worse offender of that?”
“Look at the sexual assaults you guys are dealing with as a company. It’s pretty serious. In many ways, their company is one of the worst offenders in the nation,” Engler said. – READ MORE[give_form id=”79809″] [contentcards url=”http://www.foxnews.com/entertainment/2018/03/18/in-sexual-misconduct-espn-among-worst-offenders-in-nation-ex-governor-says.html” target=”_blank”]