Brenda Tracy stopped in front of the door to Nebraska football Coach Mike Riley’s office.
“Is he in there?” she asked. When told that he was, Tracy took a deep breath.
She was about to come face-to-face with a man she once despised, for his leniency toward two Oregon State players she said took part in gang raping her 18 years ago, when she was a 24-year-old single mom working as a waitress in Salem.
This is what accountability looks like. This is what transparency looks like. This is how we get things done.
— Brenda Tracy
Back in 1998, Riley was a young head football coach for the Beavers. Two of his...