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Marshall's PG, Canty, has been granted a release to transfer.
I hate to hear about other football factories charging for Spring games; makes me think it will just be a matter of time.
Believe this is the same kid, if so, he is a journeyman. Committed to Chicago State in November (considered NC Central, Iona) while at Mott CC: http://chicagohoops.hoops247.com/index.php/2011-08-04-18-06-26/2232-chicago-state-lands-devin-foster
That article says he prepped at Chicago Curie. This tweet seems to confirm it's the same kid: https://twitter.com/RyanAStevens/status/455366646862196736
Right, because only people who are drunk drift through stop signs. And only people driving after midnight on weekends are drunk.
And the careless driving was an add-on by default for running a stop sign.
...on the flip side, I guess only COMPLETELY SOBER kids are driving through stop signs at 2 AM ... ....AND BEING CHARGED FOR DUIs !!!!!
Usually, there is a reason why a policeman would administer a DUI test to someone who simply drifted through a stop sign.
This is now the second freshman of a Chambers class to transfer at the end of the season. That is a red flag imo.
Hopefully it works out for Graham and us.
"The majority appears to arrive at this outcome because it is bewildered, as I am, by how the Board of Trustees of PSU could have approved or allowed to be executed a “Consent Decree” involving the expenditure of $60 million of PSU funds when the Consent Decree specifically states that the matter “ordinarily would not be actionable by the NCAA.”
If, as the majority suggests, the NCAA did not have jurisdiction over conduct because it did not involve the regulation of athletics, then the expenditure of those funds is problematic, given that PSU is a non-profit corporation as well as being tax-exempt as a charitable organization, and that Boards of Directors of non-profit charitable corporations have a fiduciary duty to ensure that funds are only used for matters related to its charitable purpose – in this case, the students of PSU. See 15 Pa. C.S. §5712.
Moreover, the majority position is understandable given the lax supervision by those responsible for insuring that non-profit and charitable organizations operate as non-profit and charitable organizations as well as their failure to take action against Boards of Directors and Officers who use funds of a non-profit and/or charitable entity to pay funds that they are not legally obligated to pay and/or expend funds not related to their charitable purpose or who no longer act as a charity. See Zampogna v. Law Enforcement Health Benefits, Inc., 81 A.3d 1043, 1047 (Pa. Cmwlth. 2013)."