Friday, September 28, 2012

Olympics w/ Lance Armstrong, Travis Pastrana Debut, Victim 1's Book Deal & Bo Porter News: 9/28, Vol. 237, 3rd Edition

The Devil had a plan to kill me, I know, but God intercepted his plan, and told the devil no!  God blocked it and He wouldn't let it be so!  For your Spiritual Sports Segment on Rhema Gospel Radio, I’m C.E.E.J.A.Y.

Bo Porter introduced
as Houston Astros manager
For your Olympic Sporting News, the president of the organizing committee for the 2016 Olympics in Rio has dismissed claims that high-ranking officials knew that workers were making unauthorized copies of files belonging to organizers of the 2012 London Games, Kenya's track federation is investigating accusations of doping among its famed distance runners and said Thursday it asked the World Anti-Doping Agency and police for help and finally, the head of cycling's governing body says the wait to receive the U.S. evidence in Lance Armstrong's doping case is a "cause for concern” as  the files were expected by the end of this month and the USADA stated they will send the files by October 15 and the UCI is aware of that.

For your Quick News & Notes, Mark Johnson has resigned as general manager of KV Racing Technology after a season of high expectations fell woefully short for the IndyCar Series team, Global RallyCross driver Travis Pastrana will make his NASCAR Camping World series debut Saturday at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, driving ThorSport Racing's #98 Toyota truck, former BYU guard Damarcus Harrison was granted an NCAA waiver to play basketball at Clemson this fall as he chose to transfer after learning his planned Mormon mission had been delayed and the Cougars didn't have a scholarship for him to play there this season, Alabama men's basketball coach Anthony Grant has received a $100,000 raise that brings his total to $1.9 million and a one-year contract extension through 2019 and their athletic director also received a bump in salary as Mal Moore's salary goes from $588,500 to $620,000 but the deal still runs through June 30, 2014, Wisconsin senior running back Montee Ball will play Saturday night at Nebraska, Badgers coach Bret Bielema said Thursday after he was cleared from a concussion, Harvey Updyke, a University of Alabama fan accused of poisoning Auburn University's landmark oak trees in a fit of football rivalry voluntarily surrendered for psychiatric testing at a state mental facility Thursday, likely delaying his trial yet again, a key witness against convicted child molester and former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky, known in court papers as Victim 1, has a book deal and will soon reveal his identity, a publisher announced Thursday, Clemson All-America receiver Sammy Watkins won't play against Boston College because of an abdominal virus, UCLA starting linebacker Jordan Zumwalt will miss Saturday's game at Colorado after getting into a scooter accident this week in Westwood.

Michael McClathchy, a police officer in Pickens, SC claimed Thursday that he was fired for giving a speeding ticket to popular Clemson football coach Dabo Swinney versus the department’s reason, which was posting his version of events on a South Carolina message board while still on duty and using a police department computer, the NHL canceled the rest of the preseason Thursday, just a day before negotiations were set to resume in an effort to end the lockout, Canadian television networks stand to lose broadcasts that attract millions of viewers and generate millions of dollars in advertising revenue if the NHL lockout extends into the regular season according to CBC president Hubert Lacroix, NBA spokesman Tim Frank said Thursday the league is finalizing procedures to deal with flopping, the art of falling down when little or no contact was made in an effort to trick referees into calling a foul, Los Angeles Lakers forward Jordan Hill has pleaded no contest to assaulting his girlfriend in February in Houston and was sentenced to one year of probation and will also have to pay a $500 fine and undergo counseling, August was the worst month in the Cleveland Indians franchise's 112-year history and manager Manny Acta paid the price when he was fired yesterday, the San Francisco Giants have informed Melky Cabrera's agent they won't bring the suspended outfielder back at any point this postseason and finally, with six games left and the possibility of having beating their record last year of the most loses, the Houston Astros introduced their new manager Bo Porter, who is currently the Washington Nationals 3rd base coach Bo Porter….congratulations Bo and I hope the club will soon introduce some new players for you……huh!?

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