It amazes me that some people continue to rip on Cael. He chose ISU over every other program in the country, and gave us the greatest collegiate career of any wrestler in NCAA history. It was probably the greatest 4 year run of any athlete in any sport in NCAA history. Only Cael knows the real reasons why he left, and we can only speculate. I'd guess he got tired of seeing coaches like the Chiz and GMac lose game after game after game and still get extensions and bigger raises than Cael's whole salary, especially when Cael was an ISU legend. I thank Cael and his brothers for what they did for ISU wrestling while they were here and will always remember the joy and pride I felt for Cael and ISU every time I saw him wrestle and pound his opponent.
If it is found that the booster 'Johns' were involved with the entire AD, and people in the AD knew about it, the entire PSU AD will fall.
Before, when I saw this post, I shrugged and thought, meh, probably won't affect PSU wrestling anymore than the troubles at Baylor men's basketball affected their baseball or track teams.
With more details and allegations coming out, and if, which is a big if, they are true, and the coverup was institutionalized, and abuse was widespread, then yes, Cael will definitely regret his decision. Even with the NC as a coach. What is it they say? Would you really give up your soul to gain the world?
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