Recently the NCAA handed down its punishment to the University of Louisville for its basketball “sex scandal”. Most people feel that because Ric Pitino is a Hall of Fame Coach the NCAA just gave them a slap on the wrist rather than a severe punishment.The Cardinals will lose some basketball scholarships and Pitino must sit out 5 conference games next year. My opinion is that they should have received a penalty similar to that which was handed out to SMU a couple years ago. That punishment was referred to as the Death Penalty. In those cases, the school’s program involved is literally shut down for a period of time. Louisville’s punishment was simply too lenient.
Published on June 25, 2020 at 1:25 pm Contact Andrew: email@example.com | @CraneAndrew Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ The Daily Orange is a nonprofit newsroom that receives no funding from Syracuse University. Consider donating today to support our mission.Atlantic Coast Conference Commissioner John Swofford will retire following the 2020-21 athletic year, the conference announced Thursday morning. During his tenure, Swofford increased the number of ACC schools from nine to 15 through two expansions, including one that involved Syracuse seven years ago.Currently finishing his 23rd year in the role, Swofford is the fourth commissioner in ACC history. He took on the position after serving as North Carolina’s athletic director for 17 years. The ACC’s statement did not name Swofford’s successor.“It has been a privilege to be a part of the ACC for over five decades,” Swofford said in the conference’s press release. “There are immediate challenges that face not only college athletics, but our entire country, and I will continue to do my very best to help guide the conference in these unprecedented times through the remainder of my tenure.” As commissioner, Swofford was instrumental in the College Football Playoff expansion and the ACC/Big 10 Challenge for both men’s and women’s basketball, according to the release. He also helped establish the ACC Championship Game and Orange Bowl partnership for football. AdvertisementThis is placeholder textSyracuse officially joined the ACC alongside Pittsburgh, Notre Dame and Louisville in 2013 as a second wave of additions. The first wave, which expanded the number of ACC schools from nine to 12 in 2004, included Boston College, Miami and Virginia Tech.The conference last August also launched ACC Network, a vision Swofford proposed in July 2016 that gave the league a revenue generator and an avenue to highlight non-revenue sports.The ACC’s Council of Presidents announced Monday that it will revise its constitution and bylaws to improve governance. Syracuse Chancellor Kent Syverud will serve as chair of the ACC’s Board of Directors, which the 15 league presidents and chancellors will fill. Swofford, serving as the conference’s chief executive officer, will be part of the new alignment for one year before retiring. “John Swofford, in his historic tenure, has come to embody the very best of the ACC,” Syverud said in the release.
Tháinig scaifte mór amach, idir óg agus aosta, le tacaíocht a thabhairt d’oíche mhór ag Ionad Cois Locha i nDún Lúiche ar na mallaibh.Spreagadh scoláire óg Aodan Ó’Gallchóir agus a cairde as Pobalscoil Ghaoth Dobhair seó faisin a eagrú le hairgead a bhailiú d’ailse.Dúirt Aodan: “Sé an chúis a smaointigh mé an oíche seo a eagrú nó de bharr go raibh fhios agam go bhfuil aithne ag thar a bheith achan duine ar dhuine a bhí ailse orthu. Shíl mé gur chóir dúinn oíche a eagrú le hairgead a bhailiú de chúis atá go forleitheadeach leis. Ni amháin seo ach tá gá le nios mó seirbhisí sa taobh seo tíre le cuidiú le daoine a bhfuil an tinneas seo orthu.”Thug go léor siopaí eadach dóibh le cur ar an Catwalk agus rinne an gruagaire Patrick Gildea gruaig na girseach agus na gasúr ar an oíche.Bronnadh gradam máistreás na bliana ar Mary Grace Ó Domhnaill agus máistir na bliana ar Seoirse Ó’Dochartaigh. Tugadh go léor duaiseanna amach chomh maith. AR AN CATWALK DO CHÚIS MHAITH was last modified: December 10th, 2010 by gregShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)