Reece Beekman Jersey

Posted by admin on June 14, 2019
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Virginia landed a commitment from top-50 senior Reece Beekman on Thursday morning, he told ESPN’s Paul Biancardi.

Beekman, a 6-foot-2 point guard, visited the campus in November and returned to Charlottesville, Virginia, this week for the NBPA Top 100 camp. He ultimately chose the Cavaliers over Marquette and Alabama, among other schools.

“[Coach] Tony Bennett is a straightforward guy, and they win big,” Beekman told Biancardi. “I like his calmness in big moments, and he definitely lets his guards play.”

Beekman, a Wisconsin native who plays at Scotlandville Magnet High School in Louisiana, is ranked No. 44 overall in the ESPN 60 for the 2020 class, slotting in as the No. 8 point guard. He had a strong spring playing for the Phenom University grassroots program on the Nike EYBL circuit, averaging 10.8 points and 4.2 rebounds while ranking sixth in the league with 6.9 assists per game.

“Both of us are from Wisconsin,” Beekman’s mother, Julie Jackson, told Biancardi of Bennett. “The more I did my research, the more I found out we had some mutual acquaintances. Everyone said the same thing: Tony Bennett is a great person and coach. The respect for Tony and the program is remarkable.”

“The process was overwhelming,” Jackson added. “But UVa got involved in an organic way. After a close loss to Woodz Elite 16s last year at the Peach Jam, assistant coach Orlando Vandross started recruiting Reece. He said after watching him play [that] we can take him anywhere in the ACC. He will compete to the end. Ever since that game, UVa has been extremely genuine and consistent in their approach.”

Beekman is Bennett’s highest-ranked commitment since the 2016 class, when Virginia landed five-star guard Kyle Guy, top-50 guard Ty Jerome and ESPN 100 forward De’Andre Hunter — the nucleus of the Cavaliers’ national championship team last season. Beekman is also the fifth top-50 prospect to commit to Virginia since Bennett took over in 2009, joining Guy, Jerome, Mamadi Diakite and Justin Anderson.

Virginia now has two commitments in the 2020 class, with Beekman and four-star guard Carson McCorkle.

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Ohio State Buckeyes Jersey

Posted by admin on May 19, 2019
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An attorney preparing a lawsuit against Ohio State University on behalf of more than 50 former athletes who allege they were sexually abused by a team physician told The Associated Press on Saturday that most of his clients were football players from the Buckeyes’ storied program, including some who went on to play in the NFL.

Dayton attorney Michael Wright said the abuse happened during required physical examinations at the Woody Hayes Athletic Center and during treatment for injuries and ailments at Dr. Richard Strauss’ off-campus clinic and at his home, where he insisted they be seen.

Strauss killed himself in 2005, nearly a decade after he was allowed to retire with honors.

A 232-page investigative report released Friday found that Strauss had sexually abused at least 177 male students, but the report made only one specific reference to football players while listing how many athletes from each team were abused. That list says three football players were interviewed.

Wright said he was not aware that any of his clients were interviewed by investigators from the Seattle-based Perkins Coie law firm.

An Ohio State spokesman declined to comment.

Investigators found that Strauss’ abuse went on from 1979-1997 and took place at various locations across campus, including examining rooms, locker rooms, showers and saunas. Strauss contrived, among other things, to get young men to strip naked, and he groped them sexually.

The report concluded that scores of Ohio State personnel knew of complaints and concerns about Strauss’ conduct as early as 1979 but failed for years to investigate or take meaningful action.

“It was known he was seeing these athletes and there were issues,” Wright said.

Wright said he plans to file the lawsuit late next week and, for now, that his clients prefer to remain anonymous.

“Clearly they had good relationships with the university, and they believe the university will either retaliate or significantly distance themselves from these athletes,” Wright said.

Some of Strauss’ victims remain angry in the aftermath of the report’s release about how Ohio State has treated them in the decades after he ogled and groped them during physical examinations and medical treatment.

Former nursing student Brian Garrett said he worked for a short time at an off-campus clinic Strauss opened after he was ousted at Ohio State in the late 1990s. But Garrett quit after witnessing abuse by Strauss and then experiencing it himself.

The investigation, he said, left him angrier than before.

“We knew that it was systemic and it had been reported,” Garrett said Friday. “It’s even more widespread than we knew.”

Garrett thinks the abuse carried out by Strauss across more than a dozen sports and at numerous locations even surpasses that of Larry Nassar, of Michigan State University, who was accused of molesting at least 250 women and girls and is serving what amounts to a life sentence.

“We did not get to put him on trial. The police did not get to investigate. That’s why it’s worse than the MSU case,” Garrett said. “He took the easy way out.”

No one has publicly defended Strauss, although family members have said they were shocked by the allegations.

The whistleblower credited with prompting the investigation said in a statement he feels “vindicated” but has mixed feelings about the law firm’s findings.

Mike DiSabato, a former Ohio State wrestler, met with school officials in March 2018 to discuss the abuse that he and other athletes had suffered at the hands of Strauss, prompting the school to hire Perkins Coie to conduct an investigation.

“Although a weight has been lifted off my back, I am deeply saddened to hear and relive the stories of so many others who suffered similar abuse by Dr. Strauss while Ohio State turned a blind eye,” DiSabato’s statement said.

He says the Perkins Coie report gives him “courage and strength to keep fighting to ensure Ohio State is held accountable for the damage and trauma they caused me and my family.”

Ohio State president Michael Drake said there was a “consistent institutional failure” at the school, the nation’s third-largest university. He apologized and commended victims for their courage.

The lawsuits against Ohio State are headed for mediation. They seek unspecified damages. Drake said the investigation alone has cost the school $6.2 million.

Separately, the U.S. Education Department’s Office for Civil Rights is examining whether Ohio State responded promptly and fairly to students’ complaints. The department could cut the university’s federal funding if it is found to have violated civil rights protections.

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Fred Hoiberg College Jersey

Posted by admin on April 13, 2019
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New Nebraska men’s basketball coach Fred Hoiberg has hired new assistants, including former Cornhuskers head coach Doc Sadler.

Hoiberg said Friday that he has hired Sadler, Matt Abdelmassih and Bobby Lutz as assistants. All three worked with Hoiberg at Iowa State.

Abdelmassih spent the past four seasons at St. John’s and also worked for two seasons with Hoiberg on the Minnesota Timberwolves staff. Sadler spent the past five seasons at Southern Miss; he was head coach at Nebraska program from 2006 to 2012, leading the Huskers to three NIT appearances (2008, 2009 and 2011) and posting a 101-89 record.

Lutz has more than 30 years of coaching experience and most recently worked with Hoiberg in the Chicago Bulls organization, serving as an assistant with the Windy City Bulls of the NBA G League in 2016-17.

Armon Gates will stay on the Huskers coaching staff after joining the program prior to last season under Tim Miles.

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Lsu Tigers Jersey

Posted by admin on March 14, 2019
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Suspended LSU coach Will Wade’s attorney has notified university officials that his client won’t sit down to discuss his relationship with convicted middle man Christian Dawkins until after the federal government concludes its investigation into college basketball corruption.

In a letter sent to LSU chancellor F. King Alexander, athletic director Joe Alleva and others, Wade’s attorney, Michael G. McGovern in New York, wrote that “upon conclusion of the pending [Southern District of New York] criminal investigation, Coach Wade will be happy to meet with you and LSU’s Board of Supervisors and to answer any and all questions you may have.”

Wade’s unwillingness to discuss what he said to Dawkins in telephone calls that were intercepted by FBI wiretaps likely means he won’t coach in this week’s SEC tournament or any of the No. 9 Tigers’ games in the upcoming NCAA tournament.

The Baton Rouge Advocate first reported details of Wade’s attorney’s letter on Wednesday.

LSU officials suspended Wade and named Tony Benford interim coach on Friday after Wade refused to discuss published reports about his involvement in alleged pay-for-play deals.

Thomas Skinner, LSU’s vice president for legal affairs and general counsel, didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment.

Last week, ESPN and Yahoo! Sports reported that in one of the phone calls intercepted by FBI wiretaps, Wade expressed frustration about his inability to close what he described as a “strong-ass offer” for a recruit.

According to people familiar with the calls, Wade was frustrated with a handler of current LSU guard Javonte Smart, who was then a top-50 recruit from Baton Rouge.

Smart didn’t play in LSU’s 80-59 victory over Vanderbilt on Saturday night, which clinched the SEC regular-season title for the Tigers. His status for the postseason remains unclear.

“I was thinking last night on this Smart thing,” Wade told Dawkins during one of the calls. “I’ll be honest with you, I’m [expletive] tired of dealing with the thing. Like I’m just [expletive] sick of dealing with the s—. Like, this should not be that [expletive] complicated.”

“Dude,” Wade continued during the call, “I went to [the handler] with a [expletive] strong-ass offer about a month ago. [Expletive] strong.

“The problem was, I know why he didn’t take it now. It was [expletive] tilted toward the family a little bit. It was tilted toward taking care of the mom, taking care of the kid. Like it was tilted towards that. Now I know for a fact he didn’t explain everything to the mom. I know now, he didn’t get enough of the piece of the pie in the deal.

“It was a [expletive] hell of a [expletive] offer. Hell of an offer. … Especially for a kid who is going to be a two- or three-year kid.”

In a different telephone call with Dawkins, Wade joked that the player would be compensated more than the “rookie minimum.”

Wade told Dawkins that he had made deals for “as good of players as him” that were “a lot simpler than this.”

Steven Haney, Dawkins’ attorney, told ESPN that he plans to subpoena Wade, Arizona’s Sean Miller and possibly other coaches to testify in an April 22 federal criminal trial in New York. Dawkins and former Adidas consultant Merl Code are accused of bribing assistant coaches to influence their players to sign with Dawkins’ fledgling sports agency once they turned pro.

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Drake Davis Jersey

Posted by admin on February 16, 2019
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For the second time in as many months, former LSU wide receiver Drake Davis was denied bail Friday in a domestic abuse case involving his girlfriend.

State District Judge Richard Anderson last month ordered Davis held without bail for violating a protective order that prohibited him from having any contact with the woman he allegedly beat in 2017 and last year.

The violation stemmed from the 22-year-old Davis being in ¡°constant contact¡± with the woman since November, according to a January arrest report that says Davis used an app on his cellphone to disguise his phone number.

Davis’ attorney, Marci Blaize, asked Anderson during a hearing Friday to reconsider his decision denying Davis bail, arguing that two independent psychological assessments found he is not “an inherently aggressive or violent individual.”

But the judge, as he did Jan. 29 when he first refused to set a bail amount, stated he made it clear to Davis when he issued the protective order that Davis was to have no contact with the woman. The judge said Davis also was warned of the consequences of a violation of the order.

Davis was accused in August of punching and grabbing his girlfriend by the throat multiple times between April 2017 and June 2018. He was arrested again in September and accused of beating her on another occasion and blackening her eye.

The protective order came after the September arrest. Anderson at that time put Davis under house arrest and set bail at $40,000.

Davis is currently charged with several felonies, including second-degree battery and battery involving strangulation of a dating partner, and several misdemeanors, including violation of a protective order.

He has pleaded not guilty and is due back in court March 20.

¡°We¡¯re working hard toward a resolution,¡± Blaize said Friday outside Anderson¡¯s courtroom. ¡°My goal is to minimize my client¡¯s exposure to jail. I do believe the (psychological) reports will lend favorably to the eventual outcome. That¡¯s our hope.¡±

Davis was suspended from LSU’s football team in August after the first of his three arrests. He later resigned from the university.

Blaize said Davis is doing ¡°remarkably well considering the position he¡¯s in now¡± as opposed to a year ago when he was on the LSU football team. She said he hopes to resume his college education somewhere.

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Austin Kendall Jersey

Posted by admin on January 12, 2019
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Oklahoma Sooners quarterback Austin Kendall has entered his name in the transfer portal, the first step in potentially transferring to another school, a source confirmed to ESPN.

The Tulsa World first reported that Kendall was considering a transfer.

Kendall, who will be a fourth-year junior, is in line to take over as the starting quarterback for the Sooners in 2019 after spending the past three seasons backing up Heisman Trophy winners Baker Mayfield and Kyler Murray.

While Murray is exploring entering the NFL draft, blue-chip quarterback recruit Spencer Rattler is not joining the Sooners until the summer.

Alabama quarterback Jalen Hurts, who himself has entered the transfer portal, could be an option for Oklahoma, regardless of Kendall’s decision. Sources have told ESPN there is mutual interest between the two.

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Demetrius Walker Jersey

Posted by admin on December 14, 2018
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Arkansas linebacker Demetrius Walker has been suspended from the football program after being arrested on drug and weapon charges.

Washington County booking records show the 21-year-old Walker was arrested for delivery of marijuana, possession with intent to deliver, simultaneous possession of drugs and guns, and possession of drug paraphernalia. He was booked into jail Wednesday and has a hearing scheduled for Friday. It was unclear if he has a lawyer.

The University of Arkansas said in a statement Thursday that Walker is suspended “indefinitely,” and the school will monitor the case and cooperate with related legal and campus issues.

The Fayetteville Police report, according to multiple media outlets, said police found 95.8 grams of marijuana, 40 Xanax pills and an AR-15 rifle with a loaded magazine at Walker’s residence.

Walker is a sophomore and played in all 12 Razorback games this season. He finished with 17 tackles, including nine solo stops.

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California Golden Bears Jersey

Posted by admin on November 16, 2018
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California announced it has canceled Thursday’s men’s basketball game against Detroit Mercy because of unhealthy air quality in the region brought on by wildfires.

The Air Quality Index reading near Berkeley has reached as high as 248, a level at which “serious consideration should be given to rescheduling the activity or moving it indoors,” according to the NCAA.

“Prolonged exposure and heavy exertion” at that level, the NCAA says, “should be avoided.”

In a release announcing the cancellation, Cal said a significant amount of smoke infiltrated Haas Pavilion, where the Bears play. There has been no firm decision regarding Saturday’s football game against Stanford in Berkeley.

“Cal is continuing to monitor air quality, including reviewing data provided by the Bay Area Air Quality Management District (BAAQMD) and staying in regular communication with officials from Pac-12 and Stanford,” the school said.

The FCS game set for Saturday between Sacramento State and UC Davis, in Davis, is also in jeopardy. Davis’ campus will be closed Friday and athletic officials are expected to come to a decision about whether the game will be played by 10 a.m. Friday, according to a spokesman.

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Dwayne Haskins Jersey

Posted by admin on October 22, 2018
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This is why the Big 12 isn’t done yet.

It’s why the Ohio State-Michigan game just got even bigger — even though it’s also why the Big Ten lost its chance to get both teams into the semifinals.

It’s why the 13 members of the College Football Playoff selection committee don’t release their first ranking until Oct. 30, because the story is just beginning to unfold, and one upset can cause a ripple effect throughout the entire cast of contenders.

When Purdue upended No. 2 Ohio State 49-20 on Saturday night, it opened the door for another great debate on selection day, as the Big Ten is now guaranteed to have a conference champion with at least one loss — and so are the Big 12 and Pac-12. Instead of the luxury of separation that comes with being undefeated, Ohio State or Michigan needs to finish as a one-loss Big Ten champ — and even that might not be enough for the Buckeyes if Oklahoma can run the table and wow the selection committee in the Big 12 title game.

In spite of their blemishes, though, both Ohio State and Michigan are still very much in contention to finish in the top four — and they have the strength of schedule to do it, just not together. Until today, the Big Ten’s best chance to get two teams in would have been Michigan winning out and winning the Big Ten. That way, Ohio State’s only loss would have been to the Wolverines.

Now? It boils down to one or the other on Nov. 24 — assuming, of course, neither stumbles again before then. Ohio State is now looking up at Michigan in the Big Ten East standings.

“We get a chance to be 8-1, that’s the focus,” Ohio State coach Urban Meyer said after the Purdue loss. “There’s some serious shortcomings right now we gotta get fixed.”

Schedule and win-loss records only get teams so high in the committee’s ranking. Cracking the top four also requires teams to pass the so-called eye test, and Ohio State didn’t do that on Saturday. The Buckeyes got hammered — just like last year, when they suffered a 31-point defeat at Iowa that the committee couldn’t get over. (Ohio State also had lost earlier to Oklahoma.) It was the second straight year that the Big Ten champion was left out of the top four and a reminder that there’s no guarantee in a system as subjective as the playoff.

“What happened last year versus Iowa … we can still make the Big Ten championship and do what we do to possibly make the playoff,” said Ohio State quarterback Dwayne Haskins.

On the same day Ohio State lost, Oklahoma beat TCU 52-27, and the committee compares common opponents. (Ohio State beat TCU 40-28 on Sept. 15 in Arlington, Texas.)

Ohio State was in the red zone five times against three-loss Purdue and came away with two field goals, and the Buckeyes’ defense has allowed 35 plays of 25-plus yards this season — already five more than all of last year. Haskins (two touchdowns, one interception, 73 pass attempts) was outperformed by unheralded Purdue quarterback David Blough (three touchdowns, no interceptions).

“I thought we were going to come out here and play our tails off,” Meyer said. “I think we had opportunities to get right back in it. Every time you thought we were going to swing and get back in it, didn’t score in the red zone … have a turnover or give up a big hit.”

Both Ohio State and Michigan should finish with a better schedule strength than Oklahoma, though the Sooners still have a chance to beat a ranked West Virginia team on the road and possibly avenge the regular-season loss to Texas by beating the Longhorns in the Big 12 title game.

Ohio State has a neutral-site nonconference win against TCU and a road win at Penn State, and it could further impress the committee with a win at Michigan State on Nov. 10 and a home win over rival Michigan on Nov. 24, plus the Big Ten title game. Michigan, which could wind up having the best loss in the country if Notre Dame remains undefeated, also would have a playoff-worthy r¨¦sum¨¦ if it wins the Big Ten. The Wolverines are in the midst of a three-game stretch against ranked opponents, having already defeated No. 15 Wisconsin and No. 24 Michigan State.

Ohio State is all too familiar with being on the brink of a semifinal spot, as the 2014 Big Ten championship game was exactly the boost the Buckeyes needed to get into the top four, while last year’s Big Ten title win over Wisconsin wasn’t enough for the two-loss champs.

Ohio State’s loss to Purdue was another reminder not to prematurely eliminate one-loss teams such as Oklahoma from the conversation — and Ohio State might not be the last undefeated team to fall. Clemson, Alabama and Notre Dame can all still lose — and so could Oklahoma.

This is why Ohio State might not be done yet, either.

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Jason Gesser Jersey

Posted by admin on September 15, 2018
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Washington State University officials investigated allegations of sexual harassment against staff member and former football star Jason Gesser and found no violations of school policy, school President Kirk Schulz and Director of Athletics Pat Chun said Thursday.

Schulz and Chun issued a joint statement after the school newspaper, The Daily Evergreen, published an extensive article about the harassment allegations.

“It is important to reiterate that the university followed its established procedures to review the matter and found no violation of Washington State University policy,” the statement said. “The allegations were taken seriously and addressed at the appropriate level.”

Gesser, who is married and has three children, released a statement Thursday afternoon in which he said the allegations against him were not true.

“I am categorically opposed to harassment or sexism in the workplace or society, and I am deeply committed to my wife and children,” Gesser wrote. “The non-story published by the Evergreen addresses accusations that were fully investigated by the university and found to be without merit.”

“I will not allow my name to be unfairly smeared, and I will continue to passionately serve our university as a proud member of Cougar Nation,” Gesser wrote.

Gesser is an assistant director for the Cougar Athletic Fund, which raises money for WSU sports teams.

Gesser is a former WSU quarterback who led the Cougars to the 2003 Rose Bowl, before embarking on a professional playing and college coaching career. He returned to work at WSU in 2013.

The statement from the two administrators said an investigation was launched by the university’s Office for Equal Opportunity after officials became aware of the allegations against Gesser last December.

Investigators interviewed or attempted to interview all those involved, and found no violations of policy, the statement said.

“Human resources staff worked with Director of Athletics Pat Chun to directly address with Mr. Gesser the issues raised in the report,” the statement said.

The Daily Evergreen reported Thursday that it had obtained hundreds of pages of public records involving allegations of sexual harassment against Gesser, some dating back to 2014.

The allegations include that he made advances on student interns and co-workers, some as recently as 2017.

The newspaper also reported an allegation that Gesser used WSU funds to fly a woman to a WSU golf event in Cle Elum in 2016.

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