Wonderful parents, I'm sure...
An institution of God, yes...
They always explain these situations with a load of crud. These types of incidences wouldn't happen if there weren't problems somewhere. Not sure if it's an upbringing issue with some of the players or if the school has a poor culture or if it's the town itself. But don't give me this crap about how great your family is and how
you represent Jesus. Your actions clearly suggest otherwise.
I disagree. The player is the taking ownership of his mistake, trying to explain that's not he was raised and what he hopes to represent. If a person can't make a mistake, own up to it and vow to be better, then our society is unravelling. He should be punished, but he should also be given a second chance.
All the conjecture on his upbringing is just that: conjecture. I'll leave that alone as I have no knowledge of his upbringing and it's silly to try to throw unfounded stones at that. People make mistakes.