Another day, another former star arrested for DUI. This time it’s Blair Kiel, who played for Notre Dame back in the early 80s and then the Colts after that. His blood alcohol concentration was more than twice the legal limit (.17 %) but not nearly enough to make the Top Twenty of the World Famous BadJocks BAC Rankings.
This is not Kiel’s first brush with the law: back in 2009 he allegedly shoved a security guard at a sporting event. No word on how that case has progressed.
A former star quarterback at Notre Dame and former Colts quarterback has been arrested for the second time in less than a year. Noblesville police say the 48-year-old Kiel was stopped by officers around 7:30 Saturday evening after officers reported seeing his car crossing the center line in suburban Indianapolis. Police say a breath test showed his blood-alcohol level was 0.17 percent, more than twice the legal limit for driving.
We like sports theatrics as much as the next guy, and there is something funny about this incident involving a minor league baseball coach getting into a dispute with the homeplate umpire, then ripping up first base, signing it and handing it to a fan. Then again, does it seems a little too well planned out? We’ll give State College Spikes’ manager Gary Robinson the benefit of the doubt this time, but if he continues to sign things and hand them to fans we’ll have to call him out on it . . . and hope he doesn’t throw a fit at us.
Things must be tough out there when a teacher not only has to coach, but also drive a school bus. Then again, it gives him another opportunity to interact with the students. In this case though, that may have not been such a good idea.
Not only is this girls HS basketball coach accused of groping a female student while she did sit-ups he also allegedly exposed himself to another young woman on the bus and then asked for her phone number. (Does this move ever work for anyone?) Finally, the strangest of all: he’s accused of asking a several members of the girls track team to try on track uniforms without their bra or underwear. You know, for aerodynamics sake, we assume.
In all, strange, very strange.
Stacey Brewer, the Coyle High School girls’ basketball coach, social studies teacher and bus driver, is charged with 13 counts including indecent exposure and lewd acts to a child under 16. A probable cause affidavit stated allegations dating back to March 2009. Several witnesses have alleged in one incident, Brewer asked them to try on a track uniform without their bra and underwear.
The affidavit also stated in February 2010, Brewer allegedly exposed his penis to a student in the Coyle Public Schools girl’s weight room more than one time and on two occasions, touched her breast while she was doing sit-up exercises. Brewer was initially charged Feb. 5 after a girl said he exposed himself to her on a school bus and tried to give her his telephone number.