Bob Reno’s Report for May 2, 2014

I don’t endorse this kind of behavior, but here’s an interesting video called “How to Sneak into Any Game (Grand Scam)“. Kids: don’t do what Uncle Bob does, do what Uncle Bob says . . . and don’t forget to bring a baby bottle to the game with you. Red-shirting players in college (essentially giving them an extra year of eligibility by holding them out of games their freshman season)…

May 2, 2014
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Odds of a Bad Jock Ruining Your NFL Season

One of the more frequent questions we get here at BadJocks.com has to do with the impact that athletes who behave badly (bad jocks) will have on a team’s season. In some cases, that’s pretty easy to calculate, as in the case of former New England Patriot tight end Aaron “Say Hello to My Little Friend” Hernandez, who left New England in a tight spot when he was arrested on…

April 18, 2014
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Little League #Coach Sues Former Player, Claims He Was Injured During Game Winning Celebration

Joe Paris’ son played for a Roseville, California Little League team last spring and scored the winning run in an important game. That’s a good thing. Then the Paris boy threw his helmet in celebration and allegedly hit the leg of his coach, reportedly damaging the guy’s Achilles tendon and-wait for it–tearing it. (Hurts just typing that.) Not a good thing. So now the coach, Alan Beck, has filed a…

March 31, 2014
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Worst Youth #Soccer League of All Time Gets a Little Worse

How bad are things at the Ridgewood, NJ youth soccer traveling team? Well, two years ago Caytha Jentis. a resident resident of the village who also happens to be an independent film director, released a film in 2012 called “Bad Parents,” which was based on a play that she also wrote called “It’s All About the Kids”  about her as a soccer-mom experiences in Ridgewood. The satire starred Janeane Garofalo and Christopher Titus…

March 30, 2014
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HS #Baseball Coach Put on “Leave of Absence” Over . . . Tobacco Use and Parking in Handicapped Space?

March 28, 2014

The details are still scarce, but this story is still strange by BadJocks standards: Jared Snyder,  a successful coach at Valencia High School in southern California since 1998 is suddenly gone from the dugout and gone from the classroom. According to school officials, Snyder hasn’t been fired but he is on a “leave of absence” while they investigate . . . something. One parent of a VHS baseball player, quoted on…

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Youth #Baseball President Accused of Stealing Money

Mug Shot of Noe McKenzie
March 27, 2014

It’s not an uncommon story: a youth sports organization has one person watching the money and no one audits the books. Pretty soon the amount in the bank account grows to the point that the person in charge gets tempted and starts taking a little here and there. No one will notice, right? This one is slightly different in that the President of the Peaster Baseball Association in Parker County,…

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Middle School Baseball Coach Accused of Bullying Own Players

March 26, 2014

Where does coaching end and bullying begin? For parents of young baseball players at Berrien Middle School in Georgia the line was apparently crossed by coach Jordan Stokes repeatedly and they wanted him out. But is this a case of an abusive coach, or over-protective parents not agreeing with the way someone coaches their children? Apparently there is a video of the practice in question that should shed some light…

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HS Football #Coach Accused of Hiding Video Camera in Bathroom

March 26, 2014

I suppose we should be happy that the coach in question is accused of putting the camera in a faculty bathroom and not the girl’s locker room. Still, not something you want to happen at your high school. This incident involved an Kennedale High assistant football coach from Fort Worth, Texas. Here’s more from Star-Telegram: Jason Tomlinson, 29, has been charged with improper photography or visual recording. He was released from…

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Prosecutor: Heath High School Incident Doesn’t Fit Definition Of #Hazing

The definition of hazing in youth sports gets debated frequently, mostly by school administrators who want to explain away the actions of their wayward students by making any excuse that their actions were NOT technically speaking “hazing”. They’re roughhousing, “poor decision making”, or our favorite “boys being boys.” Now we have a local prosecutor in Heath, Ohio who has decided that an incident involving varsity basketball at Heath High were…

March 25, 2014
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HS Football Coach Charged With #Hazing Player

In an unusual turn of events, a high school football coach from Viriginia has been charged with hazing one of his own players. Here’s more from WDBJ7 (video below): George Wythe football coach H.S. Ingo has been charged with hazing and subjecting a student to corporal punishment for an alleged incident involving a football player. Grayson County Commonwealth’s Attorney Douglas Vaught, who was appointed special prosecutor in the case, announced…

March 25, 2014
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How to Get Automated winning picks for NFL, NCAA and MLB?

March 14, 2014

Let me ask you this Do you want to follow a winning sports betting system but don’t have time to analyze the stats and probabilities yourself? Are you tired of losing by following so called sports guru’s that have no clue what they are doing? Imagine if you had a fully automated Sports betting robot that not only calculates all the stats and probabilities but also gives you EXACT picks you need to…

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