After two seperate allegations of sexual misconduct against Boston University hockey players, the university set up a task force, and the findings were fairly stunning.
The report filed by the task force not only claimed that BU has a "culture of sexual entitlement," but perscribed some fairly sweeping changes to the entire athletic department. The most prominent of those changes was to restructure the role of head coach Jack Parker, who lost the title of executive athletic director in a reshuffling of power within the university's athletic department.
Parker hadn't said much in the wake of the findings — until sitting down for a one-on-one interview with NESN's own Tom Caron, that is. Check out the video above to see how Parker addressed the allegations, the task force's findings and the fallout from it all.