This reminds me a lot of what happened with JH in the 2011 coaching search.
not sure what to say
WINCHESTER, Ind. -- An Indiana University athlete from Randolph County was arrested Thursday, charged with two counts of child molesting.
On Wednesday, Randolph County sheriff's deputies received a report of a "possible relationship" between Kiante Christopher Enis, 19, of the 200 block of East Main Street in Saratoga, and "a child 13 years or younger."
According to a press release issued by the sheriff's department, Enis was interviewed by investigators and "admitted to a consensual sexual encounter that occurred on at least two occasions in Randolph County."
Enis was arrested and booked into the Randolph County jail, where he was being held under a $20,000 bond.
Child molesting is a Level 3 felony carrying up to 16 years in prison. Sheriff Ken Hendrickson confirmed to The Star Press the man under arrest is the well-known local athlete who starred in multiple sports at Winchester Community High School.
Enis received an athletic scholarship to play football at Indiana University, where he is listed on the football roster. Enis has yet to appear in a game for the Hoosiers. He did not appear to be on the field for warmups ahead of IU's Sept. 10 game against Ball State, and IU coach Kevin Wilson said Tuesday that Enis had been dealing with a concussion.
Enis was a finalist for the IndyStar Mr. Football award, and was the Mr. Football position award winner as the state’s best running back. He finished fifth overall in Mr. Football voting.
As a senior at Winchester, Enis rushed for 2,393 yards and 35 touchdowns, leading the Falcons to a 10-3 record and its first sectional championship. He also caught four TD passes and returned a punt, kickoff and interception each for a score.
Enis originally verbally committed to attend the University of Michigan on a football scholarship, but later de-committed to stay closer to home, and he signed with IU.
Last spring, Enis qualified for the state finals in track and field, and finished fourth in the state in the 100-meter dash. He ran in 10.818 seconds.
The answer is..........no. Even Penn Live predicts we'll cover the spread and beat them by 25.
Also, here's a link to "Joe Knew" shirts on Amazon. There are many to choose from.
EDIT: While I don't believe in karma or jinxing, of course it is possible that PSU beats us. In fact, it's probably likely. We may even lose every game this season. And forever.
If there was an opening for ONE team to join the Big Ten, who would get your vote? This is irrespective of division (maybe Rutgers gives up on football, or the entire University of Iowa decides to skip town to avoid paying Kirk Ferentz another dime - doesn't matter who left or why). Geography/academics can be a factor in your decision, but are not critical. If you care to explain why you chose whichever school, that will make things more interesting (e.g. want to have a road game in Ypsi to take in the scenery).
Go! EDIT: This is not "who should join the Big Ten for real" but more "wouldn't it be great to have this team in the Big Ten - even though there's no way in hell it ever happens"
I'd posted prior to the Hawaii game that we've created [another] podcast for your enjoyment -- The Cambridge Hall Hailcast.
It's not an actual 'Hall' on campus - Michael was a Rumsey denizen while I was baptised at Bursley. It's an easter egg per our current places in the world some 25 years post Ann Arbor.
In any event we've published episode 1.4 whereby we recap CU and preview PSU. It's lots of fun to record and produce and thought we'd share the love of the Maize and Blue with the MGoBlog community.
In any event it's available on...
Cheers and Go Blue!
I forgot that I still have tickets to Saturday's game. Unfortunately, I can't make it because I will be spending my birthday sitting for the LSAT. I know that stubhub is an option, but I'd rather not help the enemy. Especially not a fanbase that turned their backs on what when down in State College for years.
Has anyone had positive experiences with craigslist or is it a bit outdated? Any other decent options out there?
Also, they're digital so would I just forward the email with the tickets, send the barcode, or is there a specific procedure?
Edit: section 34, row 82, seats 4 and 5 price $75