Ohio State just didn't do a good enough job of vetting all of it's millions of fans, especially the 80,000 fans at the spring game so Dr. Anzalone's son ended up in a picture with a sexual predator who no one at the school knew anything about. Result: a kid gets his picture take with a loser. = this school is cut and at least initially blamed for the incident.
Penn St- thousands of players, fans and high ranking school officials etc are all in pictures with a convicted child rapist, who raped at least one child in the team showers. It's pretty clear that other coaches, and high ranking officials knew of this child rapist and knew he was still allowed on campus. Result: more children were abused in part by inaction and/ or follow- up by coaches/officials = this school makes the cut and are not blamed for the transgressions occurring on their watch.
Notre Dame- under the watch of the current coaching staff a student manager is killed when a camera tower collapes during dangerous, high wind conditions. Few directly blame the coaches (maybe they shouldn't) but it was their responsibility and their call. Result : a manager dies in a tradgic accident under the command/ warch of the current coach. = this school and it's coaches make the cut.
I think it pretty clear that Dr. Anzalone really never blamed the coaches or school officials and thought they should have or could have done more... How could he really feel that way when "not doing more" or using more caution led to children being raped in one case and a manager being killed on a practice field at another school, both of which have been given his blessing?