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…
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.
So, it wasn’t just a couple of kids last year doing something stupid. Has there been a powerful college football team over the last 30 years that hasn’t cheated? 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…
According to the Everett (WA) School District, new members of the squad at Jackson High School were forced to wear diapers, shot at with squirt guns and–we’re not making this up–hit with hot dogs. It doesn’t say how many or if they were foot longs, but we’re pretty sure it was embarrassing.
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According to some reports the new offensive coordinator for WVU (and future head football coach) has been involved in a number of booze-related incidents over the years, five of which were allegedly covered up. But not lucky number six.
“According to arrest records, a police officer saw a vehicle with “Fox 41 HD” markings leaving Joe’s Older Than Dirt around 3:53 a.m.” Read more: http://www.wlky.com/news/28003299/detail.html#ixzz1NvO30MJm
Really? We just thought it was the boredom of watching today’s professional baseball product. Read the “groundbreaking” AP story here.