No, George Alfred Mangus is not a big name college football coach, but he is now part of a big time Division I football program, so it probably doesn’t look good to be caught peeing on the curb outside a restaurant by the cops.
It was the feel good story of the annual Little League World Series Tournament: a rag-tag bunch of kids from dirt poor Uganda made it into the final round of 16 after beating those snooty rich kids from Saudi Arabia. Unfortunately, they were denied visas to come to the USA to play after there were “discrepancies” in their birth documents, most notably that they were older than some parents claimed. (Isn’t that how Taiwan won all those championships?)
The real question is: were they 13 instead of 12, or closer to the legal drinking age?
Okay, so the hotel ran out of rooms because there was a big cheerleading camp in town, but it would seem like you could come up with a better solution than putting teen-aged boys and girls in the same room. Somehow, we’re pretty sure the boys didn’t complain about the arrangement. Unfortunately, once the kids got home and told their parents what happened, a few concerned adults did have a problem with it.