In her lawsuit, Cantor said she received inappropriate and sexually explicit texts from each of Evans, McNabb, Taylor and Weinberger on separate occasions. Faulk, according to the lawsuit, fondled and groped Cantor and asked Cantor “deeply personal and invasive questions” about her sex life.
Cantor originally filed a wrongful termination case in October and on Monday filed a more detailed complaint.
“The supervisors knew about it, the supervisors observed it,” Cantor’s lawyer, Laura Horton, told the New York Times on Monday. “It was insidious in this particular environment.”
By the third quarter, the Steelers were covered in beige splotches. Franco Harris played the whole game with his body Saran Wrapped to protect himself. By halftime, Steelers head coach Chuck Noll looked like one of the convicts who dug his way out of prison at the beginning of “Raising Arizona.”
This was, Eagles officials would later allow, the best-case scenario. The idea was: “This is a preventative measure.” Gravy, at this temperature, would not burn. It wouldn’t sting. It contained small flecks of basil, which is good for the skin. It also tasted great.
SMU hired former California and Louisiana Tech coach Sonny Dykes on Monday as its new head coach, replacing one Texan with a reputation for directing potent offenses for another.
Dykes will replace Chad Morris, who left SMU last week to become Arkansas’ coach. SMU will hold a news conference Tuesday with university president Gerald Turner and athletic director Rick Hart to introduce Dykes.
Dykes, whose father Spike Dykes was a longtime coach at Texas Tech, went 22-15 in three seasons at Louisiana Tech from 2010-12. He spent four years at Cal, where he had just one winning season. He was fired after the 2016 season and spent 2017 working as an offensive analyst at TCU.