Two former Michigan football players said Thursday they believe they could have been spared from sexual assaults if their coach, Bo Schembechler, had addressed complaints about former team doctor Robert Anderson made by Schembechler's son, Matt.
Both players said they also tried to warn Bo Schembechler about Anderson's abusive treatment and were ignored.
Dan Kwiatkowski and Gilvanni Johnson joined Matt Schembechler on Thursday afternoon at a news conference in Michigan to share their stories. Kwiatkowski played offensive tackle for the Wolverines in the late 1970s, while Johnson played wide receiver in the early 1980s.
Both men said they previously talked to investigators about being molested by Anderson while they were on the football team, but publicly revealed their identity for the first time earlier this week.