Let’s be clear on this: the kids were not struck with weights or even forces to do excessive weight training exercises with them. All these misbehaving boys had to do was HOLD a 10 lb weight for one minute per year of their ages–6 & 8. And now their grandmother–who we’re sure is very strict with them at home–is upset with the gym teacher who doled out the punishment because one of the boys said his arm hurt after-wards.
We’re not sure why you arrest someone because their dating a guy who steals cars, chops them up and resells the parts, but the cops in Georgia apparently have their reasons. And we’re not saying it has anything to do with making a hot female prison inmates movie, but it sure looks that way. Let’s see if they arrest a fallen beauty queen next.
Tressel was forced out three days after Sports Illustrated alerted Ohio State officials that the wrongdoing by Tressel’s players was far more widespread than had been reported. SI learned that the memorabilia-for-tattoos violations actually stretched back to 2002, Tressel’s second season at Ohio State, and involved at least 28 players — 22 more than the university has acknowledged. Those numbers include, beyond the six suspended players, an additional nine current players as well as nine former players whose alleged wrongdoing might fall within the NCAA’s four-year statute of limitations on violations.Read more: http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2011/magazine/05/30/jim.tressel/index.html#ixzz1NvWCtHqr