San Jose State Spartans

6th MWEST I | 10-16
    • Ex-Miami, current Charlotte QB Kevin Olsen arrested on felony rape charges
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      Ex-Miami, current Charlotte QB Kevin Olsen arrested on felony rape charges

      It was thought that Kevin Olsen had hit rock bottom a couple of years ago.  Based on what transpired earlier today, it’s time to rethink that stance. According to the Charlotte Observer, Olsen was arrested Sunday afternoon on multiple charges.  Specifically, the Charlotte 49ers quarterback was charged with felony second-degree forcible rape, cyberstalking, assault on a female and second-degree forced sex. From the Observer‘s report: A statement released by UNC Charlotte said that the allegations against Olsen “appear to involve sexual assault within an existing relationship.” UNC Charlotte said it had been in communication with Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police following the arrest Sunday afternoon.

    • Nearly three dozen teams show interest in Clemson grad transfer
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      Nearly three dozen teams show interest in Clemson grad transfer

      It was expected there would be a significant market for a Clemson defensive lineman leaving the Tigers as a graduate transfer. Suffice to say, that is indeed the case. This past week, Dabo Swinney‘s football program confirmed that Scott Pagano would be leaving the team and transferring elsewhere. The head coach also revealed that the tackle would “probably” end up at a West Coast school to finish out his career. Teams in that part of the country are indeed interested in the one-year rental, as are myriad others as 247Sports.com is reporting that 32 made contact with the lineman in the hours after his impending pending departure was announced. Arizona State, Cal, Oregon, USC, Washington and Hawaii

    • Investors ask San Diego State to pay $100 million for Qualcomm Stadium renovation plan
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      Investors ask San Diego State to pay $100 million for Qualcomm Stadium renovation plan

      San Diego state is being asked by a group of investors to put up half the cost to renovate Qualcomm Stadium. The $100 million expense may sound pricey for the school, but the school would he handed the keys to the stadium after five years. New stadium renderings for the proposed renovation plan for Qualcomm Stadium were recently released in San Diego as the work to reshape the stadium and surrounding area moves forward after losing the NFL’s Chargers to Los Angeles. San Diego State still has two years remaining on its lease with Qualcomm Stadium and the university has made it clear it is working to hash out a long-term future for the football program. The most popular idea has been to partner