The school says he was fired for other reasons.

Greg Piper reports at the College Fix.

UNC fires coach who is outspoken critic of kangaroo-court system for rape accusations

The University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill has just made a powerful enemy in the wrestling coach it fired under suspicious circumstances.

C.D. Mock was fired, the school claims, because of the team’s performance – it hasn’t “finished higher than fourth at the ACC Championships since 2008.”

But as The Chronicle of Higher Education notes, Mock is also a high-profile defender of college men’s right to fair treatment in campus rape adjudications, an increasingly unpopular stance for anyone in authority.

Mock’s son Corey was accused of sexual assault at the University of Tennessee-Chattanooga last year, as the elder Mock writes on his blog, Falsely Accused of Sexual Assault in College:

If a woman accuses you of sexual assault at a univeristy [sic], you will immediately be removed from the campus prior to any investigation or determination of guilt.  YOU HAVE NO CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS IN COLLEGE.  The University or College will do everything in its power to prosecute you and kick you out of school regardless of the evidence and there is absolutely nothing you can do about it, and they know it.  You can sue the school and the alleged victim as we are doing, but the minimum cost to sue is $50,000 and the NCAA isn’t going to give you your year back if you win.

A 28-year-old assistant coach with one year of experience is taking Mock’s place, as Mock says in a blog post on his firing:

It is no big surprise that UNC fired me last week.  I knew the risks and considered the possibility of this happening six months ago when I started talking about the campus rape hoax and how colleges are responding to it. …