So many stories out there, that I’m not going to try and compete with all of them, so we’ll just bring you some of the best/latest we’ve come across. The Penn State Board of Trustees faces a huge dilemma this weekend: ask a living legend to step aside against Nebraska, even though he hasn’t been charged with a crime, but may have done less than he should OR let Paterno stay with the team, putting additional focus on this story all weekend rather than moving ahead. Do you really think that in the post-game press conference anyone is really going to want to ask Paterno about Nebraska’s passing game? We would not want have to make that call.
Big Ten Coaches Speak About Joe Paterno – Sporting News
Report: Penn State preparing for Joe Paterno’s exit; Matt Millen gets emotional – Detroit Free Press
Video: Students show support for Joe Paterno – ESPN
Okay, so this guy just managed the luxury boxes, but he’s still part of (or was part of) the Tampa Bay Buccaneers organization. Not a lot of details yet, but apparently Florida cops rented a house then got online and pretended to be 9 to 14-year-old kids. Weiss ended up being among 32 men arrested after they showed up at the house looking for kids to have sex with.
Former University of Central Florida golfer Giwon Suh knew he should have stayed home as soon as he saw the police approach him at the spot where he was supposed to meet a mother/daughter combo for sex, repeating over and over, “Why would I do this?” and “I am stupid.”
Suh, a citizen of South Korea, got sucked into one of the newest online sex stings: cops place Craiglist ad pretending to be a mother who wants her teenaged daughter (in this case a 14-year-old) to learn about sex from a man who has experience. Suh even suspected something might be up at that point, emailing the “mom” back saying he would be available for such an important task, “As long as you are not a police or with law enforcements haha,” Ha, ha indeed.
Suh played golf for UCF from 2004 to 2008, placed fourth at a tournament as a senior, and was named to the Conference USA commissioner’s academic honor roll. So, apparently he was smart, but also very, very lonely. He’s out on bail right now and hopefully staying away from Craigslist.
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Uh, oh. You know it’s bad for Vikings QB Brett Favre when hot shot attorney Gloria “I Never Met a Case I Didn’t Like” Allred starts sticking her nose in it. The last time we saw Gloria involved in a bad jocks situation, she was advising Tiger Woods’ #1 gal pal, Rachel “Cha Ching” Uchitel to keep HER mouth shut and we all know the money came rolling into her.
Now Allred is saying that it would be perfectly legal for Jenn Sterger to ask for money in exchange for not cooperating with NFL investigators regarding some alleged naughty pictures the future Hall of Famer sent her as part of a bumbled seduction.
Instead of getting better, this looks like it is only going to get worse for Brett.
The sexy TV personality who allegedly received X-rated crotch shots from Brett Favre is under no obligation to talk to NFL investigators – and, according to attorney Gloria Allred, she could even agree to a deal with the legendary quarterback to keep her mouth shut. Attorneys who believe their clients have legitimate harassment complaints can negotiate settlements that include confidentiality clauses, Allred told the Daily News Monday.
“Parties often agree to confidential settlements rather than have one party pursue litigation,” said Allred, who represented Tiger Woods’ mistresses Rachel Uchitel, who is reported to have received a settlement from Woods prior to canceling a news conference, and porn actress Joslyn James. “If there’s no legal merit to the claim, that’s a different situation.”
Sterger has not ruled out cooperating with the NFL’s probe but she has also not yet agreed to talk to the league’s investigators, according to a source familiar with the NFL inquiry. Sterger’s manager, Phil Reese, declined comment Monday when asked if she has retained counsel.