In Knoxville, it gets you court costs and 'internal punishment.' The snarkiest among you would say that the difference is a police force that views behavior one way, versus the other way.
The chief difference is the way they view publicity over the player punishment:
"If we could go back three days and just erase everything (media outlets) wrote, it'd be great news but we can't do that," Dooley said after Thursday's practice at Haslam Field, according to the Tennessean.I imagine it would. That way Precious could just pretend like it never happened.
Say what you want about Richt, but if you want a good example of soft on player conduct, look north. Richt might not want the bad publicity, but he doesn't blame the media's handling of news as a way to divert from the issue of a "team leader" banging up cars and starting a fracas and how the head coach handles that behavior.