Don't see this posted here, although it apparently went up at ESPN yesterday. Goes to the question of whether this becomes a national story. Rittenberg says that Hoke will be facing many questions at signing day next Wednesday:
Among things Rittenberg reports that I didn't know was that the U found that Gibbons "engaged in unwanted or unwelcome conduct of a sexual nature, committed without valid consent, and that conduct was so severe as to create a hostile, offensive, or abusive environment."
The biggest question, according to Rittenberg, is when the athletic department became aware of this finding. Among others will undoubtedly be why Gibbons's absence from the bowl was attributed to a family issue.