In a follow-up to a popular Naughty Cheerleader story from earlier this week, Mississippi State cheerleader Taylor Corley (aka Taylor Stone) now says that, given the opportunity, she would pose in the nude for Playboy Magazine. The freshman was allowed to stay on the squad because her actions took place before she started attend the school and because she made no mention of the Bulldogs, or wore anything indicating she was a cheerleader, in the spread.
Here’s the only interview of her we’ve been able to find, from SB Nation:
Corley admits that she did not inform her recruiters about Playboy, and her fellow cheerleaders didn’t know when she joined the squad this past fall. “The Playboy thing had already happened, then I found out I was going to come to State. The entire process, the audition and going to Chicago happened before I realized I was coming to State,” Corley said.
Certainly the adjustment to Starkville, Miss., and the Mississippi State University campus would be an adjustment for any freshman hailing from a major metro area, but Corley’s transition has been compounded by attention from her Playboy shoot. “This is a very conservative place. I grew up in a big city where everything kind of flies,” Corley said.
“It was a huge culture shock. I didn’t realize Starkville was this small. Everyone knows everything about everyone here. I came from a huge city, I was just in a completely different world, it was a very big change for me.” Corley, at the advice of Playboy officials, used the alias “Taylor Stone,” but began receiving unsolicited emails and Facebook messages in November after she appeared on the cover of “Nudes.”
“I didn’t think people were going to find out, because I didn’t think I was going to end up on the cover. I didn’t think it would end up being all over campus. My family supported my decision,” said Corley, who said she notified her mother before she attended the Atlanta casting call and before she accepted the offer to pose.
“My mom and I talked about, and she told me, ‘This is going to stay with you, in your future.’ I realized going into this, it’s Playboy, that people are going to label me as the ‘girl from Playboy.’ But I don’t regret it at all … I would do it again.”
They take their youth soccer very seriously in the United Kingdom. So much so that the adults involved sometimes get a little overly excited and do things that they wouldn’t normally do . . . like spitting in another man’s face. Oh, and head butting him, too. That’s probably not a good thing either for the kids to see.
On the plus side, the Brits take the game so seriously that an adult committing those sins will not be on the sidelines for years to come.
Arguments flared between the two dug-outs after an alleged two-footed, dangerous challenge by a BT player on an Almondsbury boy. After a verbal exchange, Mr Collins spat in Mr Wenham’s face. Father-of-three Mr Wenham said: “He then came up to me, squared up to me and head-butted me. Unfortunately, I lost my footing and slipped over. “I just didn’t expect it. The spitting was the worst bit. It’s just a disgusting thing to do. “It’s a terrible example to set to lads who were playing.”
The 46-year-old, whose son Joe was playing for Almondsbury, added: “The lads all flew in and eventually we managed to get them away from it all. “After it had died down the ref called me and our manager Steve Hall over and he said ‘lads, I don’t know what you want to do, but I’ve seen everything there. This is the worst thing I’ve seen in 20 years of football’.”
On what planet are these actions appropriate for someone coaching young people? Or for that matter for anyone to do–even as a joke–to an underage girl?
Tomas Vargas is–was–a 19-year-old assistant boys’ basketball coach at Tony Hillerman Middle School in northwest Albuquerque. According to police a female student walked in Vargas’ office earlier this month and asked about being a team manager. Vargas’s response? To get the job she would have to perform oral sex on several players that were in his office at the time. As if that weren’t bad enough, when she refused, he grabbed her by the neck and tried to force her face into one of the player’s groins.
Here are some additional details on this sick story from KOAT:
Investigators said the problems started on Jan. 6, when a 14-year-old student went to an office to ask about a manager position with the team. Police said she claims Vargas was there with three players. She said Vargas told her she needed to perform oral sex on the players to get hired. Investigators said Vargas pushed a table into her when she refused, and that she couldn’t leave the room. Officers said she told them Vargas grabbed the back of her neck and forced her head into one of the player’s laps until she broke free.
Police said Vargas bonded out of jail and faces charges including false imprisonment and attempted criminal sexual penetration. Court officials said Vargas admitted to everything that happened during the incident while being questioned.
It has not been a good year for Laurence Maroney. Once part of the powerful New England Patriots offense, he was traded last season to the struggling Denver Broncos and promptly got injured, playing in only a handful of games this season. Now he’s in trouble in his home town of St. Louis where he was allegedly in a car full of people, drugs, and it looks like several weapons. Maroney’s publicist says the has a permit to carry a weapon, but the cops say if he was stoned at the time the vehicle was pulled over, that invalidates the permit.
And to top things off, he has received terrible hair styling advice from some 10-year-old girls who suggested he go with pig tails. At right, Maroney’s surprisingly hairy mugshot. Sources tell us that he crew his locks out to audition as a spokesman for the Wendy’s fast food chain. No comment from the burger maker on the legitimacy of that part of the story.
Maroney, 25, was originally held on unlawful weapons charges and drug charges but was released from jail by early Tuesday morning.
News 4 confirms he (Maroney) and five other men in their mid-twenties were in a vehicle pulled over by officers late Monday night near Chaifetz Arena. Maroney and his friends had three guns on them.
Maroney’s publicist Jane Higgins told News 4 that Maroney was not with the car involved in the high speed chase. He just happened to be behind the car, ‘by pure coincidence.’ He has a permit for the gun, but the permit was in a wallet that wasn’t on him. He believes the police made a mistake in arresting him.
Here is Higgins’ written statement:
“Mr. Maroney was unlawfully arrested for possession of weapons. He holds a permit to carry a concealed weapon and he had his permit on his person when he was arrested. He was not arrested for any drugs nor was he involved in a high speed chase. He was released without being charged with any offense and we do not anticipate he will be charged with any criminal offense.”
While Maroney does have a conceal and carry permit, if it turns out he was high on pot at the time he was carrying, he would be in some more trouble.
EDITOR’S NOTE: This guest post comes from long time reader Emeli.
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On Sunday, the Patriots were stunned when the New York Jets sent them packing from the postseason with a 28-21 loss.
The Jets were talking trash all week long and many people felt that they should walk the walk before talking the talk – especially since they were talking to a team that has more Super Bowl wins than any other franchise in the NFL over the last decade. But instead, the Jets backed it up with one of their best performances of the season. They stifled the Patriots in the first half, holding them to just three points.
A lot of people were shocked by the halftime score of 14-3 because in the previous meeting, the Patriots stomped the Jets 45-3. Sunday’s game was supposed to have a similar result as the odds makers listed the Jets as 10-point underdogs to start the week. As it turns out, the Jets should have been favored.
New York did much more on offense than anyone expected as they scored 28 points. Their most important touchdown came early in the fourth quarter, just after the Patriots scored their own touchdown along with a two-point conversion to cut the lead to 14-11.
On the first play of the fourth quarter, Mark Sanchez found Jerricho Cotchery for a 58-yard gain to get the ball to the Patriots 13-yard line. Two plays later, Sanchez found Santonio Holmes for a seven-yard touchdown to extend the lead to 21-11. The Patriots were simply outplayed and outcoached, and while they have been extremely dominant at home in the regular season (27 straight regular season home wins when Brady starts at quarterback), this is now their third straight home playoff loss.
The Jets will visit Heinz Field next weekend to face the Pittsburgh Steelers in the AFC Championship Game.