This Guy Is The Perfect Husband For Tonya Harding!
If by chance you have a son or daughter playing competitive sports, I would suggest that you don’t advise them to resort to the following tactics that this Northern Colorado punter did.
A disguised reserve punter of the University of Northern Colorado football team stabbed the team's first string punter in the thigh of his punting leg, officials say.
Mitch Cozad, a sophomore punter, has been suspended from UNC and arrested for investigation of second degree assault in the stabbing of Rafael Mendoza, said Evans police Lt. Gary Kessler.
According to Kessler, Cozad allegedly ran up behind Mendoza in the parking lot of the Crescent Cove Apartments in Evans at 9:30 p.m. on Monday and stabbed Mendoza in the right thigh.
Witnesses saw the suspect wearing a black hooded sweat shirt jump into a black Dodge Charger and speed away. Mendoza, who did not recognize his attacker, was taken to the North Colorado Medical Center in Greeley where he was treated and released, Kessler said.
Shortly after the stabbing, a black Charger pulled into the parking lot of a liquor store in Evans. The clerk watched as the driver wearing a black hooded jacket got out of the car and pulled tape off of his license plates.
We are just getting the football season started and we already have all kinds of crazy incidents happening all over the country. I happened to be reading up on the Louisville – Miami game and the Cardinals have a linebacker that is really shooting his mouth off. Now this must concern bettors who were laying the points at their favorite sportsbook. These kinds of incidents tend to give football betting an extra twist.
Louisville linebacker Nate Harris is a very bitter young man and he plans on taking it out on the Hurricanes. Four years ago, Harris was a five-star hometown recruit headed for Miami. However, Harris was convicted for his role in an armed robbery, did six months in a boot camp, eventually transferred to Dodge City (Kan.) Community College, and then to Louisville.
Afterwards, Harris remade his image, his game, and himself. The one-time bad boy was second on the team in tackles last year. His goal was to lead the Big East in that category this year as a senior. The father of two lost his ‘grills’ (16 gold tooth caps) in an effort to project a more positive image. There is talk of an NFL career.
Apparently, he is upset that Miami gave former player Willie Williams numerous chances (arrested 14 times) and felt that being the driver in an armed robbery was not that bad.
Miami has never lost as an underdog in the Larry Coker era!
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