Bill Beam, the coach of Midwest University men’s basketball team, has an excellent win-loss record, but he has a violent temper and often verbally abuses his players both on and off the court. The athletic director (AD) has heard this abuse and also has seen Beam push and slap players on a number of occasions during practice. The AD, who is Beam’s immediate supervisor, is intimidated by Beam and has never spoken to him about his behavior or in any other way tried to discipline him.
One day after a humiliating loss to a rival university, Beam, in a fit of rage, grabs a player and slams him against a locker. The player suffers a concussion and severe neck injury.
In a 3-4 page, double-spaced essay discuss the causes of action against Beam, the AD, and the Midwest University, if the player sues