Two Michigan State Football Players Arrested for Bar Fight in Aspen, One Tasered by Cops

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March 13, 2011

Michigan State’s head football coach, Mark Dantonio is a known as a tough, no nonsense guy who has had to deal with a number of off-field incidents in his short stint with the Spartans. One has to wonder if some of the stress of dealing with young men acting like children had something to do with his heart attack last season. Hopefully he has fully recovered because we have some…

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Cheerleader Hit With Bottle, Four Arrested Following HS Basketball Playoff Brawl

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March 4, 2011

It’s high school basketball playoff time across the country and that means only one thing: fans in the stands brawling! You know, the kind of good old-fashioned fighting between fans of opposing teams who just hate each others guts for some reason. All it takes is one rough foul, a poor call by the referee and it’s on! This year though, a new element has been added to the competition…

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Commodore’s Mascot Climbs Into Stands, Does Great Impression of Ron Artest (w. video)

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February 23, 2011

EDITOR’S NOTE: For those of your who are not familiar with Ron Artest, he was an NBA player involved in the infamous “Malice at the Palace” incident between the Detroit Pistons and Indiana Pacers on November 19, 2004, at The Palace of Auburn Hills. A fan allegedly threw something at Artest following a scuffle with the Pistons and he went into the stands looking to kick some ass. He is…

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Poor Sportsmanship Leads to Soccer Brawl, Violent Felony Charge

Soccer is usually one of the more low key high school sports but not when goalie Jared Henry plays.  During a game, he decided that someone on the opposing team displayed what he deemed to be poor sportsmanship.  What’s an 18yo to do?  Go in for the kill, of course. After being held back not once, but twice, Henry charged again only to be tackled by Brian Reilly.  Not one…

February 11, 2011
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