The scholarship will got to support and undergraduate student majoring in art, with a passion of illustration. You know, someone like Mack Williams.
Apparently, according to Smart, Briscoe wasn't the only Georgia player who did not have a license.I know, "kids" and all that, but you would think after all the attention given to students by the local constabulary, combined with the ongoing pandemic of Georgia football players involved in driving infractions, we'd be in a position to already have something in place to ensure this.
"We had some other guys on the team who didn’t have driver’s licenses and we got it corrected," Smart said.
The pot smoking thing is even less of a surprise, considering, you know, all the other stuff that has happened in the pastLaremy Tunsil asked if he took money from a coach. "I'd have to say yeah."— Hugh Kellenberger (@HKellenbergerCL) April 29, 2016
Ole Miss releases statement on Tunsil saying he accepted money from coaches https://t.co/1qhHEDt4rk— Sam R. Hall (@samrhall) April 29, 2016
Hey, this is a funny talking point for April, but there were 93,000+ fans there. None of this will matter in September if we can't slow down North Carolina's offense.UGA paid Ludacris $65k for 15min Spring Game set; imagine staff assembling rider's demands: https://t.co/Kv6jegnpgA pic.twitter.com/mZFkhH1f6k— RedditCFB (@RedditCFB) April 19, 2016
One of the best ways to hinder an investigation is to let the subject know he or she is under investigation before you want them to. There's a nine-hour gap between Jones calling Johnson and the cops searching Johnson's apartment. That isn't professional courtesy. It's, at best, a sloppy investigation.Nanni, rightly, points out giving that professional courtesy makes a lot of sense with the garden variety 'Mark Richt has lost control of...' things that college students get into. A rape investigation? That is a very different crime, with a very different set of challenges to begin with.
If you're part of law enforcement at any level, you should hate sloppy investigations. They're how strong cases get punctured, and they're how meritless cases linger without resolutions. Sloppy investigations are bad for victims, who don't get justice, and they're bad for those who are falsely accused.
He said, ‘Well, if you look back at that time, you were how big?’ I said, ‘6-7, 270, just like I am now.’ He said, ‘Well, you were an insubstantial tackle, an insubstantial player,’ so he was saying I (didn’t) even amount to being able to be recruited by Ohio State as a four-star tackle. He said, ‘Now what offers did you have?’ I said, ‘I had my one from Kentucky,’ and he said, ‘Well, you were an insubstantial player with insubstantial offers from an insubstantial school.’I'm sure St. Urban meant it as constructive criticism.
Juwan Parker could return to bball practice this June with 'zero limitations': https://t.co/oOCoWHBaFN— Jason Butt (@JasonHButt) March 31, 2016