ESPN just aired this shocking (and very disturbing) footage of Rutgers men's basketball coach Mike Rice throwing basketballs at his players, physically attacking them, and doing a lot of very angry cursing. What's seen here is what led to Rice's three-game suspension and $50,000 fine in December. The public didn't fully know the reason for the discipline back then, but we certainly do now.
It's also worth pointing out that not only is Rice still employed by Rutgers as its men's basketball coach, but that the university is standing by its actions from December, even in light of this more-public revelation. Back then, Rutgers only stated (in ESPN's verbiage) that "the suspension is related to inappropriate behavior and language, and does not involve any NCAA violations."
That they're not wrong about that wording is itself disturbing. A coach throwing basketballs at a kid's groin? Shouting "faggot"? Violently grabbing a kid by the jersey? These do not, in the NCAA's mind, constitute "violations."