Stolen from here:
According to the Salt Lake Tribune 6 [BYU] Freshman have been suspended from practice only after violating team rules. No details were made clear for the suspension, but since it is only practice it probably was for missing study hall or missing a weight session. However Freshman Ryan Kessman was one of the 6 and ask for and granted a release from his scholarship. His reasons were explained
[Kessman] was suspended for drinking a vanilla cappuccino, breaking curfew and missing a weight-lifting workout.
As a note Kessman is not Mormon but is of Jewish faith and he has left the school and is looking into UCLA as a potential school.
That’s right. The players got the boot for drinking some coffee.
I don’t know if I should be impressed for the school’s sticking to their beliefs or going “WTF?”
…And gets a ticket for lewdness.
NORTH LOGAN, Utah – The moon over the Utah ice has nothing to do with the night sky.
University of Southern California hockey goalie Mickey Meyer mooned the crowd during a game with Brigham Young University.
He was ejected, then ticketed for lewdness by a police officer working security at the rink.
Police said Meyer rode his stick like a horse, dropped his bulky goalie pants and slapped his bare butt several times.
According to The Herald-Journal of Logan, Meyer told an Internet broadcast of the game that he had his fill of the refs.
The Trojans went on to lose to BYU, 6-4.
Prosecutors said they haven’t decided whether they’ll pursue charges against the mooning goalie.
Donald Trump and Vince McMahon meet in the ring on Thursday night’s
episode of WWE’s RAW on USA Network. The two men will settle their
differences at WrestleMania, and one of the two will go home bald.
Which one will it be?
edit: It cuts off. I’ll have to find a better one later on.
From The Onion
RALEIGH, NC–Only hours after the Carolina Hurricanes won the NHL Championship Monday night in a hard-fought Game 7 against the Edmonton Oilers, North Carolina Gov. Michael Easley mobilized the National Guard to contain over two dozen members of what he described as “some sort of depraved, violent, heretofore unheard-of gang calling themselves the Hurricanes.”
Read about the rest of it here. Please remember that it’s in Raleigh, I mean fictional.
WASHINGTON, Pa. (AP) — Just to make sure there’s no confusion about which team they are pulling for in Super Bowl XL, the mayor and council voted unanimously to change this city’s name.
Welcome to Steeler, Pa.