"Any suggestion that the university covered Nassar's horrible behavior is simply false," said the MSU spokesperson , Jason Cody, to HuffPost earlier this month. "Nassar took advantage of his victims, changing their lives in terrible ways … MSU sincerely regrets the abuse suffered by all victims, the pain it caused and the pain it still causes."
Amidst the criticism of USAG, three members of its board of directors, including President Paul Parilla, resigned, starting on Sunday
In his statement, Miller urged Nassar to "do the right thing" by writing a list of all the times that the officials of MSU, USAG or Twistars, a local gymnastics club, could have detained him.
"Tell us who knew what and when," he said. "Tell us about the signs MSU, Twistars, USAG should have seen but did not"
He added that although doing so might not affect his sentence, "I could simply start him on his way to reform."
"Just remember, Larry, it's never too late to do the right thing"
Alanna Vagianos contributed to this report.