As some of you might already know, the University of Wyoming lost to the Air Force Academy on October 13 by the score of 28-27 after throwing away a 10 point lead at half time. Coaches hate to lose, especially by one point, but the Cowboys’ coach, Dave Christensen, took things a step further and decided to vent his frustration–post game–in a profanity-laden tirade against rival coach Troy Calhoun. Apparently Christensen thought Air Force had faked an injury late in the game to avoid using a time-out. And, while that may or may not be true, Christensen went WAY over the line verbally, yet still managed to shake Calhoun’s hand.
We’d post the video here, but it’s been pulled from YouTube and the only copy we can find is over at DeadSpin.com. An UNCENSORED version.
In addition to the F-bombs Christensen also manages to throw in a Howdy Doody slam, a “wooo!” and at the very end a “fly boy” crack.
And all of this on Military Appreciate Night at the stadium. Classic.
For his efforts Christensen has been suspended by the school for one game and fined $50,000.
We think it was the Howdy Doody part that sealed the deal.
For those of you not following along, Sarah Jones was a married high school English teacher and cheerleader for the Cincinnati Bengals who stood accused of having an inappropriate relationship with an underage male student. She vehemently denied the charges for months, and even got her mother, a middle school principal, involved in the mess in an attempt to keep the boy quiet. That bag o’ lies exploded last month when Jones suddenly changed her tune and admitted to the relationship and taking a plea deal that helped her avoid jail time. Needless to say, Jones’ former supportive husband was shocked by the news.
Now, NBC’s Dateline has an exclusive interview with Jones and the now 18-year-old “victim” Cody York (named for the first time) in what should be an interesting piece of video. Follow the link below to see the preview video and be sure to check your local listings for time and channel.
This should be good.
Watch the promo video at WLWT.
Okay, let’s see if I can explain this one:
John J. Rathbun, 49, of Lakewood, NJ had an outstanding warrant, so he decided to turn himself into police and drove himself to the station. Once there, officers noticed that he seemed a bit inebriated and also noticed he had driven himself to the courthouse, so they gave him a breathalyzer test. The result? Rathbun had a BAC that was three times the legal limit of .08%, so they arrested. Instead of going home, Rathbun then allegedly went to a local park and attempted to coach his youth football team. Police were called and he was arrested for a second time.
In total, Rathbun was arrested charges of suspicion of contempt for allegedly violating a court order barring him from coaching because he had not completed a background check, possession of a controlled substance, having an open container of alcohol and drinking alcohol in a park. After his second arrest, the coach posted bail and was taken to a local hospital.
Source: North Jersey