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Tuesday, 22 November 2011

Kansas-UCLA Preview to

Lahaina, Hawaii (AP) - Kansas has its share of mistakes, according to Georgetown on the tracks that have kept Jayhawks away, leave.
When the game was on the line, but has come through Kansas - an important step for a young team.Thomas Robinson had reached 20 points and 12 rebounds, Travis Releford two free throws and the big No. 14 Jayhawks made big plays to hold off in the final 67-63 upset of Georgetown in the first round of bidding of Maui, the night on Monday.Report: Kansas 67, Georgetown 63PHOTOS: Week 21 November 27"We were treated very well the hardships and hit some big shots," said Kansas guard Tyshawn Taylor, who has urged the leg cramps to score 16th "We have our peace."Playing before a large crowd of pro-Lahaina Civic Center in Kansas Jayhawks (2-1) in a way against a team that has been found not to win a Chilean.Releford made the best moves, his hand still on a flight that creates a tray by Elijah Johnson, then sinks two free throws with 15 seconds left. Releford finished with an exciting game of jumping on a loose ball following a ruling by the Hoyas, and then calls out to facilitate the transition of the Jayhawks in the semifinals against UCLA on Tuesday.Kansas coach Bill Self, "Travis has three large rooms for ice the victory," he said. "He has a lot of good stuff later. Must, individually and we needed it."Closing the Kansas line to defeat helped Georgetown coach John Thompson III.The Hoyas (2-1) with the addition, as the Jayhawks held, one blow after another every time Kansas was in a race. Georgetown could not go to Robinson on the edge - at least half a dozen mates - and arrived just before when Jason Clark was three points separated by 5 seconds on the clock.Clark led Georgetown with 15 points and Hollis Thompson was 14."It's frustrating," said Thompson III. "The things we can control, we have to control us. We are against many good teams to do things is to play where there is nothing you can do it, but there are some things we can control. We have to sing this song team of youngthroughout the year. "Kansas was chosen to win the Big 12 as an assistant coach of the favorites of the eighth conference title with Texas A & M, despite the loss of Marcus and Markieff Morris, Josh Selby and several other key players from last season.That was a surprise for him, especially after his class was getting very well be cut in half to three before the season started.Kansas has lost Braeden Anderson because the Big 12 partial grading policy and questions about transcripts guard Ben McLemore and is not eligible before Jamari Traylor.However, the Jayhawks are talented, led by Robinson and Taylor.Kansas opened the season as it almost always works for trampling on an opponent, beat in this case, a 46-point victory against Towson State. The young Jayhawks received a quick dose of reality in his second game, but not in position No. 2 Kentucky in the 75-65 defeat in the face on Tuesday.Kansas has had an erratic start offensive against Georgetown, the lack of eight of their first 12 shots, including a breakaway dunk by Robinson, which closed in the back of the rim.The Jayhawks moved later, however, get an alley-oop dunk by Justin Wesley and three points Conner Teahen to 35-29 at the end of the first half.But to keep a youth team, Kansas held after extensive relationships with the bad.The Jayhawks went on a radio after the first race of the half, allowing Georgetown to get within two at halftime. Kansas tried to get away to start the second half and began to fumble the ball back Hoyas before the Jayhawks finally wrestled away with a win sprint final."I thought we played hard and play smart, above all," said Self.Kansas is a veteran team like Georgetown.The Hoyas have three starters and a couple of role players of a team that won 21 games and lost to Virginia Commonwealth in the first round of the NCAA tournament last year lost. This may be in Georgetown with a list of 10 underclassmen with Thompson, Clark and Henry Sims.However, the Hoyas are tough, rally together after a fight with a Chinese team in Beijing in the summer and this version of Hard-to-edge plays the Princeton offense installed by Thompson.Georgetown is necessary after fighting force early.The Hoyas are almost four minutes before scoring his first points and missed 11 of their first 15 shots. Georgetown has finally begun to fall a few pictures, it is a race in Kansas, and returned the fire, get a pair of late three-point Thompson and Otto Porter stay within 37-35 at the buzzer.The Hoyas continue fighting, but could not get large pieces of the finish line just before the fall, after a gutty effort by a young team."We must make our business a little better," said Thompson III."Maybe it's a feature that young people do not know, but we need to ensure that our businesses the best in the most important game."

UCLA finds better level and rolls to first basketball win the, 92-60

By Ben BolchNovember 11, 2011, 23:18
Reports of Lahaina, Hawaii - Through the season returned UCLA originally planned.
The Bruins were always in a mad start of track season, redirects suspensions of players and a couple of unexpected defeats opponents in the middle of the main included.
Things threatened in the history of fashion break on Monday, when coach Ben Howland before Sat Reeves Nelson in the first half, as punishment for missing the team bus and Chaminade UCLA led by just two points at halftime.
First the Bruins 0-3 start in 71 years seemed a real possibility.
Then, the UCLA team that had started the season finally appeared in the national rankings and pushed the brave silversword a 92-60 victory at the Lahaina Civic Center in the first round of bidding of Maui.
Bruins guard Lazeric Jones, Tyler Lamb and Jerime Anderson combined for 52 points and made some big games in a decisive 29-3 midway through the second half trip.
Jones scored 19 points and Anderson Heights, and the Lamb are connected with 18 and 15 points in his career.
UCLA (1-2) play No. 14 Kansas (2-1) Tuesday night in the semifinals. The Jayhawks defeated Georgetown, 67-63, Monday.
"Our guards really came to play," said the second center of Joshua Smith, who scored 12 points, eight rebounds and four blocks, as one of five Bruins in double figures.
Anderson has six of eight shots, including four of six three-point attempts, such as the shooting shook UCLA suffered early in the season to 19 of 33 (57.6%) in the second half, including six of the11 in the over-arc.
The Bruins offense was out defense, Division II Chaminade (2-1), on 20% shooting after the break, including 11 powered by a three-point attempt.
Nelson helped the defensive effort with a block and a flight to go with your single point and five rebounds in 11 minutes. He entered the game with 16 minutes and 37 seconds, even after being imprisoned as punishment for the lack of bus Bruins Los Angeles International Airport, two days before.
Nelson also missed the team flight to Hawaii, one practical and one of the players of the game on Saturday night. Howland said Nelson's rebirth has no reason for a power failure, but the coach "I always felt I had to do something. I wanted to let you know you have to do a better job on the phone to silence as a power thaterased when the power goes out you can do. "
Nelson UCLA lost 20 points to the loss of Middle Tennessee State last week while serving a suspension for being late to a team meeting, among other topics. He did not wait long to make an impact at Chaminade, block a shot 46 seconds after leaving the earth and then help Anderson in a three-pointer soon after.
When he went to the foul line and made one of two shots after a few minutes, welcomed the large contingent of Bruins fans him with a long "Reeeeeves."
"There was a lot more energy than all the players on our team," said Anderson. "You know, Reeves does for us."
UCLA is not available to reporters Nelson in the game.
Parker Junior Bruins forward without De'End (right knee) and the second David Porter us (concussion) played. Porter could return as early as Tuesday, but the injuries sustained during practice Parker Friday, is expected to be longer.

Crosby made ​​a spectacular return from a

The superstar scored two goals and two assists in his first season and the Penguins beat the New York Islanders, 5-0, last night in Pittsburgh.
Playing his first game appears in more than 10 months while recovering from a concussion, flu-like Crosby is in the shape of half of the season.
He scored on his third shift dramatically, weaving through the defense before beating New York Anders Nilsson with a check for his first goal since December last year.
Crosby was helped by goals from Brooks Orpik and Evgeni Malkin and capped his return with a count of seconds, they floated a backhand past Nilsson at the beginning of the third period, to provide the final margin.
"The return of Sidney Crosby, boys,''said his teammate Pascal Dupuis.
Steve Sullivan also met for the Penguins, while Marc-Andre Fleury stopped 29 shots.
Nilsson, making just his second start of the season, 31st save
The rookie, at times overwhelmed the Penguins was roaring back to life with his captain.
A lot with a deafening roar Crosby received power when he ran onto the ice during heating, while "Back in the saddle Again''retentissait speaker.
Crosby played almost 16 minutes for the first time in nearly a year, a shock speed of the game, New York, Travis Crosby Hamonic duly verified on the ground during a game in the first period, the power of Pittsburgh.
Capitals 4, 3 Coyotes - Nicklas Backstrom scored early in the third period, and then play a Brooks Laich's goal and host Washington rally from a two-goal deficit and defeat the end of a sequence of four points of adjustment.
Backstrom broke a 2-2 tie at 1:52 the fourth quarter, lifting the goalie Jason LaBarbera disc.
Joel Ward and Alex Ovechkin were credited to help - Ovechkin the first point in five games.
Backstrom in goal, spawning 7:06 mark of the third period during the third of five substrates
Hurricanes 4, Flyers 2 - Alexei PONIKAROVSKY had two goals and an assist and Chad LaRose had a goal and two assists and Carolina won its first victory in Philadelphia on November 28, 2008.
Jeff Skinner also scored and Cam Ward was 30 saves for Carolina.
James van Riemsdyk and Matt Lee of Philadelphia, which lost consecutive games scored.
Blue Jackets 4, Flames 1 - Jeff Carter scored two goals, Curtis Sanford made 27 saves and host Colon won for the first time in 42 games back.
Antoine Vermette and Rick Nash also scored and added three assists PROSPAL Vinny for the Blue Jackets, improving the 311 last five games.
Mark Giordano of Calgary, the quest for third straight win.
Panthers 4, Devils 3 - Tomas Fleischmann scored at 17:57 of the clock period, third, Kris Versteeg scored twice and Jose Theodore stopped 24 shots to help host the meeting to Florida with a deficit of three goals.
Fleischmann received a pass from White on the left side of the net and beat Martin Brodeur (33 saves).
Stars 4, Oilers 1 - Michael Ryder scored for help, Toby Peterson, Steve Ott and Radek Dvorak each, the Dallas Stars host the final of a group of five defeats.

Thursday, 10 November 2011

'Victim 1' triggered investigation of the Jerry Sandusky


For this boy, he began - with an avalanche of gifts from the former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky - as he did with most of the victims in front of him.

According to a report by a grand jury described the alleged abuse of Sandusky were trips to the college and professional football games, computers, clothes and cash. And the report says, has become a mentor Sandusky sexual predator, who often attack the boy disappeared in the basement of the coach or a school hallway after the training of coaches and other officials did.

In technical language hides the grand jury report, the child - who was at least 11 attacks in the early stretch of nearly four years until 2009 - only known as a "victim."

However, the victim was not really a Sandusky alleged victim first. In the report, the child was the victim of a different reason: He took the floor, went to the police and led to the sexual abuse investigation of Sandusky, in the removal of senior and Penn State coach Joe Paterno football was legendary.
The child showed "courage" than others - even adults in positions of power in college - no Sandusky, a respected former coach who has access to campus facilities, said a deal, Michael Gillum, a psychologist at the victim.
"We have done what they should do," Gillum said in an interview with the U.S. TODAY. "If that person does not seem to take place in the survey. Who knows how many people were saved from violence.
"He's a hero. That's the truth."
Adults who could have done more to win, Gillum, including Paterno, who agreed with the report before a grand jury by a research assistant, said in 2002 that Sandusky had a little boy was attacked in the showers than the center Penn State football.

Paterno reported the incident to his superiors, but not the police.
Sandusky - the kids through the second mile, a foundation established in 1977, came together to help vulnerable young people - is now of molesting eight children over 15 years up.
Former athletic director Tim Curley and Gary PSU Schultz, vice president of the School of Economics and Finance, was charged with perjury after jurors large that the Report Wizard so you do not mention the incident in 2002, of sexual activity.
Powerful aftershocks Wednesday night scandal, two of the most influential universities has claimed. Board of Directors elected the impeachment proceedings against President Graham school Spanish and Paterno, who directs the Penn State program for nearly 50 years as president.
The scandal raised questions about whether Penn State officials put the interests of the university and its football program for children who are victims of sexual abuse took place.
In his last hours as a coach, Paterno lamented: "I could have done more."
A series of missed opportunities
Sandusky, 67, is charged with 40 counts of abuse when he was a high level of awareness and Paterno assistant for his work with the second mile. If convicted, he could be convicted face a maximum sentence of life imprisonment.
Curley and Schultz each face one count of perjury and the crime charged with failing to allegations of abuse to the police after being informed of the incident to the 2002 report.
The three men have denied the allegations.
Joseph Amendola, Sandusky attorney, told CNN that his client is innocent of sexual abuse against him. Sandusky said he is frustrated that he can not defend themselves publicly, and sad that the scandal has led to Paterno. Amendola said he tried to defend his case in Sandusky, to find and interview witnesses.
Pennsylvania Attorney General Linda Kelly, said Paterno - who reported the incident Curley 2002, after the coach learned that Michael McQueary, the research assistant - complies with its legal obligation to return and not the target of a large permanent federal jury.
However, the 23-page report by a grand jury, where university officials and other authorities can not act effectively to the growing list of victims scattered.
"Nothing stops" in Pennsylvania State Police Chief Frank Noonan said this week.
In 1998, the mother of a child by the jury as "Victim 6" called suspicious when her son came and Sandusky home with wet hair. The child, according to the report of the grand jury, admitted that a rain of Sandusky, which the mother called police at Penn State University.
In a later interview with Sandusky - two academic detectives listening - embracing the coach would have recognized the child, while the two were naked in the shower, he told the grand jury. "I was wrong," was like the mother in Sandusky. "I wish I could be granted. I know not. To that I would be dead."
The case was called, and the Centre County prosecutor Ray GRICAR who declined to pursue the matter in 1998, found the grand jury.
GRICAR decision has not been explained. What has been missing since 2005 and has died, because, after authorities re the abandoned car and the prosecution team, said that in the absence of the hard disk.
The state police spokesman Sgt Anthony Manetta said there was no obvious relationship between the disappearance of the prosecution and the case of Sandusky.
Another missed opportunity to expose Sandusky, after the grand jury, took place in 2000 when a guard allegedly saw Sandusky perform oral sex, a child in the Penn State locker room showers.
The guard moved that his colleagues described the incident of the night, do not report the incident to the authorities, because he and others feared losing their jobs, the report said.
The goalkeeper, who saw the incident, which now suffers from dementia and was declared incompetent to testify before a grand jury.
One of his former teammates, but said the witness told the night of the alleged incident. "I just saw something I will never forget"
The incident in 2002 in the heart of the perjury Curley and Schultz involved a 10 year old, the words "two victims".
McQueary, now an assistant football coach, had raped the girl in the shower of Sandusky to see. He reported the incident the day after Paterno, who forwarded the information to Curley. The meeting was never reported to police.
"It's not a case of football," said Noonan, if the cost was known last week. "This is a case of children who have robbed their innocence and culture that has nothing to do about it."
A mother of frustration
Gillum, who was a victim of the Governing Council, said the boy responsible for support of research has also initiated near Sandusky was foiled when an alleged sexual predator in the open. The psychologist who was forbidden by her relationship with the child and discuss the limitations of current research, identifying details should discuss the child's mother said the victim became concerned when his son began to behave strangely in 2009, After a long collaboration with Sandusky.
This partnership began in 2005, as reported by the grand jury, when the child met the love of Sandusky by the coach. The match came home to sleep overs Sandusky, where the bus began to "visit" the guy in the basement room for massage and "break the back", the report said.
Activities must be carried out games more sexually explicit. In 2007 and 2008, the victim alleged that Sandusky had oral sex on him 20 times, according to the report of the grand jury.
"Victim 1 did not participate in sexual activities with Sandusky and knew it was wrong," the grand jury report said the boy asked his mother, Sandusky say that s' was not home when the coach asked the boy. Since January 2008, July 2009, 118 Sandusky allegedly made a call to the boy's home.
Increasingly, the child's behavior, including response to calls from concerned Sandusky, Gillum said the victim's mother asked school officials to help identify the problem. Gillum said, the boy finally told a school official that "there was a problem" with Sandusky, although the child was put to work.
Gillum said a school official, then the information on the child's mother, in a meeting.
The official, who was to identify Gillum, Sandusky remembers the mother solid reputation in the community. The psychologist said the Sandusky officials characterized as having "a heart of gold."
The mother told the psychologist that the officer warned him of the situation for a few days before you think of the measures.
"I was angry," Gillum said. "She was upset about it and said he was discouraged," to take action. The mother did not respond to a request for an interview.
Shortly after contact with the school, the mother reported her concerns to Clinton County (Pennsylvania) and Youth, a local authority, where Gillum also works as a psychologist. "If a person is abused for an extended period of time is that is torture for them," said the psychologist, generally characterizes the state of mind of the victim at the time. Gillum was to develop a chronology of his meetings with the victim, whose current age of the grand jury is estimated that 16 to 18.
In conversations with the victim, Gillum said he could provide enough information to generate a report that brings together government agencies and youth, to meet at the State Police. "The investigation was very difficult for the victims," ​​Gillum said. "There are a lot of fear and anxiety are identified and are associated with abuse.
"Nobody wants to be part of something," he said. "But it was not that person I think would have happened to any of these (criminal)."

Tuesday, 1 November 2011

Cain GOP support calls based on Thomas hearings

ATLANTA (AP) - Conservatives rallied around Herman Cain, who accused him of sexual harassment, assault, and compares the attacks against the Republican candidate for president in what they describe as "high tech lynching" of another prominent Black Republican: The Supreme Court Clarence Thomas.The strong reaction at the beginning of the storm Cain - fueled by the racist rhetoric raised - try to Georgia businessman suggest fell victim to the media and the Liberals so far as to pay dividends to its conservative Republican base, which dominate muchselection of candidates the parties. However, you can make the charges against Cain, an unproven newcomer on the political scene, voters and moderate Republicans to break could cause donors to avoid even Cain is working on his popularity rise would benefit.With the nation's first primary school in Iowa less than three months, the allegations of harassment - and Cain response - have the potential for a realignment of the GOP race.So far is the cry in the beginning of the row with Cain at the base of a defense of race and famous destinations. Being a target of the left and the media was Cain support among those who consider these groups to help them with contempt."I think the left is totally dismayed by a conservative black man in power and importance," said Debbie Dooley, one of the leaders of the Atlanta Tea Party Patriots. "They are trying the same thing to do with Clarence Thomas."I felt that through the hard radio and the Internet as an economic conservative weighed in."It is outrageous that the agreement of the Liberals with a black conservative" commentator Ann Coulter complained.Radio host Rush Limbaugh criticized the media for the continuation of the "may the ugliest racial stereotypes, that attacking a black conservative."Radio host Rush Limbaugh criticized the media for the continuation of the "may the ugliest racial stereotypes, that attacking a black conservative.""It's the blacks and Hispanics are arrogant," Limbaugh continued."(Liberals) can not be a black Republican running for office can not be, is of Hispanic origin, leaving the owner of such minorities, to see these two groups increased to fend for themselves."The head of the conservative Media Research Center, Brent Bozell, called the story "high-tech lynching," based on Thomas hearings division of the Supreme Court two decades ago, where she faced charges of harassment, sexual former employee, AnitaHill.The charges against Cain came to light Sunday evening.Politically, reported that at least two women who complained of sexual misconduct in the work of Cain in the National Restaurant Association with the group of restaurants, five-digit financial disbursements has signed to leave the club and banned from speaking on its output. Neither was identified.The report states that anonymous sources, and in one case, that the publication was a review of the literature describing the complaints and resolution based. Politically, spokesman JD Gordon Cain, the publication says that Cain had told campaign officials who "vaguely familiar" with the charges and was the General Council, the Restaurant Association had decided the matter.Monday, Cain - who completed a round of Washington in the middle of the order by a frenzy of media attention - stressed the cost of a witch hunt.He said he knew that the charges against him in the 1990's, but as "baseless" and denied that he sexually harassed someone.He said he had no knowledge of whether the organization provided that such rules, and refused to discuss details of the expenses or resolution.Although Cain seems to take a break to enjoy the start of the promotion in key areas, the overall effect of the tax is not yet known.Women's groups have been frustrated that the rights 20 years after Thomas hearings, sexual harassment complaints, which expressed a partisan battle again reduced.Erin Matson, vice president of the National Organization for Women, said the woman in question should be given the benefit of the doubt."It's very offensive, what we call politics," said Matson. "The allegations of sexual harassment or a woman who just tried to go to work."But for some, the desire to overthrow President Obama could overshadow most other things too.Sonia Conte, an accountant of 73 years in Akron, Ohio, retired, said the claims about Cain did not change my mind about him because he has little administrative experience and prefer the former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney."But I still do not vote for Herman Cain, Barack Obama," said Conte, registered Democrats. Obama said, managed the economy and the end of the war in Iraq bad. "Anyone but Obama."Cain admitted the charges could affect his campaign at a critical time."Of course, some people are intimidated by the cloud that someone wanted to put in my campaign," he said. "But many people are not disabled. Just have to wait and see what happens."

Hendrick OK after the plane crashed

RacingA plane carrying the NASCAR team owner and his wife has lost its brakes and crashed into a Key West, Florida, at the airport last night, but no one was seriously injured, authorities said. The Gulfstream 150 aircraft carrying Rick and Linda Hendrick left the runway at Key West at 19:45 The clock of the International Hendricks, pilot and copilot were taken to Lower Keys all medical centers. Hendrick owns Hendrick Motorsports, in the field of cars of five-time defending NASCAR champion Jimmy Johnson, four-time world champion Jeff Gordon, Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Mark Martin. In 2004, Hendrick-owned aircraft crashed on its way to a race in Martinsville, Virginia, killing all 10 aboard, including Hendrick's son, Ricky. Mr. Russell Wallace, who won more than 400 short track races in his career and was the father of NASCAR driver Rusty, Mike and Kenny dies in Charlotte, North Carolina was 77th
Signs Red Wings' Kronwall 7 years
NHLThe Red Wings have Niklas Kronwall was signed for a period of seven years, $ 33.25 million contract and gave him the general manager Ken Holland to spend one less worry. Front of the Defenders of Detroit guard recalled 30 years next summer. A key player in the franchise team's 2008 Stanley Cup, was named assistant captain this season Kronwall. Sean Avery Rangers could come much sooner than expected when applied to the back of the exceptions to the team, their grain at the beginning of last season. Avery, banished to AHL Connecticut, before the Rangers opened the season in Sweden, could be in the area of ​​New York on Thursday against Anaheim. He was placed on the back of the exceptions yesterday by the Rangers tried to remember. Each NHL team has until noon today to meet a demand on a shaker and a note of his contract. The fight recalls Nick Bonino Ducks AHL Syracuse center. Bonino, a former Boston University, apart from Hartford, has 11 points in nine games with Syracuse. Anaheim has lost five of six after a 4-1-0 start.Sixty could face charges in Vancouver
As far as the worst crime spree in the history of Vancouver, the police recommended that 60 people with an attack on the tensile strength after the riots in the center of the Stanley Cup in June last year, Police Chief Jim Chu said a legal video database was used to analyze the characteristics of the suspects. Asked the Crown to approve charges against 60 to 163 people. For thousands of 15th June Uprising people lit fires, burned cars and looted shops after the Canucks lost to the Bruins in Game 7 of the Stanley Cup final. Chu said officers of the last four months should be investigated. "In the minds of many today was swift, and I share the frustration,''Chu said Coyotes forward Raffi Torres .... for wearing black face paint dressed as rapper Jay-Z at a Halloween party criticized. Election of fans and some media outlets began using criticize Torres and his wife Jeanne, after teammate Paul Bissonnette posted a photo of the couple on Twitter now and face painted black, as Jay-Z and Beyonce dressed in a party, Halloween party on Sunday team.

S McDonald suspended half-game: USC's Kiffin fined

LOS ANGELES-Southern California coach Lane Kiffin was reprimanded and fined $ 10,000 by the Pac-12 night on Monday for criticizing referees at the 11th Range Trojans' overtime loss three weeks late on weekends Stanford past.
USC safety TJ McDonald was also the first half of Friday's game in Colorado suspended for a late hit on the receiver Chris Owusu of Stanford in the fourth quarter, the Trojans 56-48 defeat.
Kiffin epic wine spent Saturday afternoon with the many complaints about the team when referee Michael Batle USC (6-2, 3-2 Pac-12) fell hopelessly below the end of the fourth Cardinal of 16 wins in a row.
Kiffin was particularly angry after officials refused to grant a delay in the final seconds of regulation, if the receiver Robert Woods fell on the sideline opposite the Stanford 33 with a second left.
Kiffin criticized the officials after the game on Sunday, told the other Pac-12 officials that he was "basically a lie."
"After many discussions with the Office of the conference, we agreed to disagree," Kiffin said. "As I said in the past two days, we went to play last week and we are preparing for a difficult party conference on Friday in Colorado."
Kiffin said the judge wanted the next time the game ended informed, but after reviewing video has not excluded the officials of wood on the floor trying to get time to stop playing for a long field goal. Woods, 8 seconds inexplicably chewing the last piece, the distance on the sideline, but always to blame Kiffin officials.
Kiffin was also angry with the pain of the affected target-McDonald, a call of derision against a receiver Marqise Lee, as he has crossed the goal line with a touchdown pass in the second half, and a ball seemingly wrong place after a penalty against the detention Stanford in the second overtime. He mentioned the four pieces in the last two days, even say that her 2-year-old son, Knox, in a position to know where the ball must have been holding penalty was.
Pac-12 Commissioner Larry Scott announced fines and warnings Kiffin said in a press release, the coach broke the rules for public comment on the referees.
"This prohibition includes, in particular the comments that call into question the credibility of the official creation of the conference," said Scott.
Kiffin earned a reputation for impulsive statements and collected in his arrogant behavior, previous head coaching stops with the Oakland Raiders and the University of Tennessee, but had remained largely the back of his appetite for the securities from its return of USC before last season.
McDonald will be a great thing if Kiffin will be for the Trojans during his visit to Boulder suspended for one game on national television this week.
McDonald on the edge of legality was made to reach Kiffin described as "bang-bang play" in the middle just before the final drive Stanford regulation.
Owusu has no decision, Andrew Luck, did McDonald and send cheap personal foul cost the Trojans, which is a gain of 15 yards and a first in the Cardinal, who scored a touchdown, finally, with 38 seconds left tied.
"With all respect, with the suspension imposed on TJ McDonald disagrees," Kiffin said. "His intention was not to injure the recipient or the beginning of his body to the receiver or lead with his helmet. If you look at once in real time, we believe it is impossible to reproduce the different competitive conditions. TJ is a great player and manager for our team, and has our full support. I know he felt bad and had punished their effects in the game. "
McDonald, the Trojans leading tackler last season, is the heir to the series of strong safety Troy over Ronnie Lott, that Troy Polamalu and Taylor Mays. He was suspended because he "warned illegal strikes on helpless opponent's shoulders," said Scott.
McDonald, who is involved in 39 this season, was ejected from the game for a shot in the head and neck of a helpless opponent, but the conference was the suspension after reviewing the video.
"I accept my punishment, and I apologize to my teammates, our fans of Troy and the Stanford team," McDonald said in a statement. "I was not consciously trying to hurt the recipient. As I said after the game, I'll find a way to play physically and still stay within the rules."