I did see it. I just think that's an unhelpful choice of words, when no way in heck would we/ (you?) apply it to a Baylor player, or someone else we didn't like. I personally think it's an excessive charge, and betting it will at some point get reduced. But let's not start the conversation with the context of "just a kid," which suggests entitlement to be held less-accountable than what the law contemplates. It undercuts all the positive things we say frequently on this board, about how proud we are of "our young men." We don't minimize their accomplishments by saying they are "just kids," nor should we minimize their culpability when they do wrong by saying it.