Police open criminal
investigation after HS football player rips helmet off opponent and beats
him with it
Hamburg quarterback Joey
Cominsky is seen on video aired by WGAL-TV ripping the helmet off
Annville-Cleona lineman Josh Hartman, then hitting him with it at least
twice. Cominsky and another player were ejected from the game
Manziel Suspended For First Half Of Texas A&M vs. Rice For
'Inadvertent' NCAA Rule Violation
Texas—Texas A&M University and the NCAA confirmed today that there
is no evidence that quarterback Johnny Manziel received money in exchange
for autographs, based on currently available information and statements by
Manziel. Due to an inadvertent violation regarding the signing of certain
autographs, Texas A&M declared Manziel ineligible and submitted the
following conditions for reinstatement to the NCAA:
• A one-half game
suspension for Manziel
• Manziel will address
the team regarding the situation and lessons learned
• Texas A&M will
revise its future education concerning student-athlete autographs for
individuals with multiple items
Based on the information
submitted by the university, the NCAA accepted the conditions as put
forward by Texas A&M. If additional information comes to light, the
NCAA will review and consider if further action is appropriate. NCAA rules
are clear that student-athletes may not accept money for items they sign
and based on information provided by Manziel, that did not happen in this
Statement from Texas
A&M University System Chancellor, John Sharp:
“I am proud of the way
both Coach Sumlin and Johnny handled this situation, with integrity and
honesty. We all take the Aggie Code of Honor very seriously and there is
no evidence that either the university or Johnny violated that code.”
Manziel was miming the signing of an autograph and rubbing his
fingers together to indicate money several times during the game vs. Rice
On August 30. He received an unsportsman like conduct penalty and was
benched for taunting Rice Defenders.
he was ''ashamed and disgusted'' with himself, Eagles wide receiver Riley
Cooper apologized repeatedly for making a racial slur at a Kenny Chesney
concert that was caught on video and led to him getting fined.
when people are drunk their real character or lack there of comes out.
Hernandez appears to be holding pistol in
new documents released by Attleboro District Court
Hernandez was charged with murdering his friend after the two had a
dispute during a trip to a nightclub. Hernandez was arrested y and charged
with the first-degree murder of 27-year-old Odin Lloyd, a semi-pro
football player whose body was found in an industrial park about a mile
from the former New England Patriots tight end's home.
Players "Just Keepin It Real"
and Mike Pouncey wear ‘Free Hernandez’ hats in support of Aaron
Hernandez The Pounceys, who played with Hernandez at Florida, were
previously linked to Hernandez in a 2007 report from the Gainesville
(Fla.) Police Department regarding a double shooting that police wanted to
question Hernandez about. Mike Pouncey is a center for the Steelers while
Maurkice plays center for the Dolphins
League Baseball has suspended Milwaukee Brewers slugger Ryan Braun without
pay for the remainder of the 2013 season.
will not contest the suspension, which was meted out for "violations
of the Basic Agreement and its Joint Drug Prevention and Treatment
Program," according to a statement released by MLB. He has
denied using Performance Enhancing Drugs for years.....
the deal with Mets fans booing at the All-Star Game?
Seinfeld really wants to know. The comedian/actor ripped those at Citi
Field who booed baseball’s best. “This is one of the lowest moments of
my lifetime of Mets fandom, when the Citi Field crowd was booing [players]
that they see as rivals to their Mets team,” Seinfeld said in a WFAN
interview Wednesday night. “I was in shock. I was embarrassed. I thought
it was horrible manners.” Seinfeld, who owns a box at Citi Field and is
a lifelong Mets fan, thinks the top players deserve more respect than they
received. “These are the best players, in the game you love, that have
come here to put on a show for you, and we’re booing them like
5-year-olds,” Seinfeld said. “As if there’s some sort of real
animosity.” “The American League is not the Taliban,” he added. “[Why]
are we booing Miguel Cabrera? ... So I was very embarrassed by that.”
another reason to "love" The Kardashians
comments recorded by Sean Gregory of Time on the day Tiger Woods held his
press conference for his 2009 sex scandal, LindseyVonn
poked fun at his sex addiction and joked about how she wanted to parody
him on Saturday Night Live.
made headlines, both because of their content and their timing. Vonn was
in the middle of her star turn at the 2010 Olympics when Tiger made his
Time.com on Feb. 19, 2010:
millions of Americans, Vonn can't help poking fun at Woods' staged event.
When a member of her Vonn-tourage tells her that Woods gave a few friends
hugs after ending his statement, she cracks, "They're like, 'Yeah,
you're awesome, you go have that sex.' " The room breaks into a
laugh. Then she describes a skit she would want to perform if asked to
host Saturday Night Live: picture Vonn at Woods' podium, blue backdrop and
all. "There's something you don't know about me," Vonn says in a
faux solemn, apologetic voice. "Tiger, you're like my idol, and I too
have a sex problem." More laughter. "That would be freaking
funny." The article described the reigning World Cup downhill women's
skiing champion as "ingratiatingly anti-Woods":
Welcome To the Club...
Stars, Strippers, Escorts, Waitresses and now a Skier!
Remember..... A Tiger Never Changes It's Stripes.........
The Philadelphia Eagle
"Relieve" Andy Reid of His Coaching Duties
December 31, 2012
"Andy Reid won the most
games of any head coach in Eagles history and he is someone I respect
greatly and will remain friends with for many years to come,” said Jeff
Lurie. "But, it is time for the Eagles to move in a new direction.
Coach Reid leaves us with a winning tradition that we can build upon. And
we are very excited about the future.”
"Free Big Macs courtesy
of Doug Collins"
At the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia,
every Sixers fan in attendance receives a free hamburger if the home team
scores more than 100 points. On Friday night, the 76ers had possession of
the ball with a 99-80 lead and 23.7 seconds to play.
But as Philadelphia in bounded the ball,
you can see Doug Collins telling Evan Turner to slow it down and run out
the clock. Fans were chanting "Big Mac"
Evan Turner pointing to Doug
Collins as the fans were yelling for him to shoot the ball. Fans started
booing as the clock winded down.No more shots were attempted
A very disappointed fan - who
soon would be headed to McDonalds after all-As the time ticked off the
clock this announcement came over the PA system: "Free Big Macs
courtesy of Doug Collins." All the reports say that the coach is
going to "pay" for the Big Macs- we seriously doubt it will cost
him a single penny.....
Two of the people I don't care about: fans
or media," Urlacher said. "They can say what they want to about
our head coach, about our players. It does bother me. They don't know what
they're talking about, obviously."
"The boos were really loud, which is
always nice," said Urlacher.
"The only team in our division that
gets booed at home is us. ... It's unbelievable to me."
Jeffrey Lurie as "Richie
Coming to a theater near
you-the story of a little rich kid who uses his family wealth to buy an
NFL team that breaks the hearts of it's fans for over 18 years as they
line his pockets with cash.
Kansas City Chiefs
contribute to fan's passing away
Loren G. "Sam" Lickteig passed
away on Nov. 14, 2012 of complications from MS and heartbreaking
disappointment caused by the Kansas City Chiefs football team.
A celebration of life is set for
Tuesday, Nov. 20 at 11 a.m. at Coronation of Our Lady Catholic Church,
13000 Bennington Avenue, Grandview, MO, with a luncheon following in the
church hall. Sam was born on Feb. 1, 1931 in Ottawa, KS, to Laura and
Frank Lickteig. He graduated from Redemptorist High School. He served in
the U.S. Air Force and attended the Kansas City Art Institute and Missouri
School of Mines in Rolla, MO. He married Mary Joan (Hoey) Lickteig in
1956. They soon made their home in Grandview, with their five children,
where they lived for over 30 years. Sam volunteered 20 years to the city
of Grandview serving as City Councilman, Planning Commissioner, President
of Chamber, Steering Committee and the Chairman for St. Joseph Hospital in
the 1970s. He was a Real Estate broker and Appraiser. Sam was preceded in
death by the love of his life, Joan Lickteig, in July of 2012, his son,
Matt 'Mickey' Lickteig in 1999, his parents, and his brothers Bob and
Frank. Survivors are his children, Diana (Ron) Hennessey, Jennifer
Lickteig, Amy (Brad) Turner, Jake (Missy) Lickteig; daughter-in-law, Laura
(David) Cooper; his grandchildren, Kristen Hennessey, Katie (Daniel)
Ottone, Rick Morales and Fallon Madrigal, Greg and Rob Lickteig, Zack and
Madi Turner, Lucy, Gracie and Charlie Lickteig; great- grandchildren, Lola
and Zoey Morales; his four siblings, Don Lickteig, Dee Airola, LaVerne
Heider Harlow and LaVone O'Donnell; and numerous relatives and friends.
Cremation. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorial contributions
to the MS Society
Published in Kansas City Star on November
would have booed us, too"
Touchdowns /13 Interceptions
Wins 5 Losses
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