Western Michigan Coach P.J. Fleck suspended the two on Saturday . Two Western Michigan players are suspended from the team following allegations they held up a female student. Per WWMT CBS, Ronald George and Bryson White are in custody at the Kalamazoo County (Michigan) Sheriff’s Office.
Remember when Ahmad Bradshaw (not the former Giants and Colts running back) was set to leave West Point? Bradshaw changed his mind, and now he’s set to be the Black Knights’ starting quarterback. Head coach Jeff Monken told the Times Herald-Record that Bradshaw was “likely” to start, but that both he and sophomore Chris Carter could see action. Carter sustained a hamstring injury Aug. 1 and didn’t return to the practice field until Aug. 17. “He’s (Bradshaw) so far ahead in the repetitions that he has taken,” Monken told the paper. “It’s hard when you miss the first couple weeks of camp. There’s 14 or 15 practices that you are standing there watching the other guys getting all of the reps.” Bradshaw
The University of Vermont is the latest in a ever-growing line of organizations canceling events in North Carolina due to the controversial HB2 law. The Catamounts will not be traveling to play the Tar Heels on Dec. 28th as previously scheduled. “We strive very hard to create an inclusive climate for our students and staff in which they all can feel safe, respected, and valued,” the school wrote in a statement. “It would be hard to fulfill these obligations while competing in a state with this law, which is contrary to our values as an athletic department and university.” “This decision was made in consultation with our coaches, the women’s basketball team, and key university officials. We fully