You really don’t need much more than that headline, do you? On the other hand, the North Korean soccer officials do get first prize for the most original excuse for getting caught juicing: They claim they were treating the five now banned players with “traditional therapy” after they were “struck by lightning at a pre-tournament training camp.”
The first day of school at Corriher-Lipe Middle School (NC) was a “full day” for Jared John Gallagher, assistant football coach and full-time In-School-Suspension (ISS) assistant for the school. According to police, as he was leaving the football field he allegedly started choking a 7th grade player. Then the head coach stepped in to settle things down, and when he was unable to calm Gallagher by himself, he had a nearby parent step in and take over while he called police.
You would think officers arriving would settle things down, but no, not on this first day of school: Gallagher allegedly didn’t like the fact that the cop had sunglasses on and, at one point, “demanded the officer take off the glasses, according to the report, and clinched his fists.” Well, as you might guess, that didn’t go over so well with the cops so they tasered the assistant coach . . . three times. The first time it just made him angry and he pulled out the tongs. To top things off, a search of Gallagher’s car revealed 79 live rounds of ammunition and a 9 mm handgun.
Welcome back to school Coach Gallagher! (Source – Salisbury Post)
Okay, so maybe the guys on the UCLA men’s golf team posted a picture of themselves naked with some strategically placed golf equipment. Does that mean it’s a good idea for the guys on the team at tiny Bethany College, a Lutheran school based in Lindbog, Kansas? Probably not . . . especially when it’s posted publicly on Facebook.
Yeah, players have been suspended and are probably lucky they haven’t been expelled.