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    The former head of New York state's university system officially left office last week after authorities released evidence as part of an investigation into former Gov. Andrew Cuomo that revealed text messages about a former aide who accused the governor of creating a toxic workplace.  Jim Malatras announced his resignation as chancellor of the State University of New York (SUNY), in December after the profane messages were released by the office of state Attorney General Letitia James. The revelation came amid sexual harassment allegations against Cuomo, a Democrat. The governor resigned in April 2021 following accusations from 11 women who claimed he sexually harassed them. Malatras officially stepped down on Friday. CUOMO TEAM LAYING LEGAL GROUNDWORK TO CHALLENGE ORDER REQUIRING HIM TO PAY BACK $1.5 MILLION FROM COVID BOOK Then-New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo speaks as he is joined via video conference by Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms, during the Governor's daily briefing following the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Manhattan in New York City on July 13, 2020. At right is Jim Malatras, president of SUNY...
    Share this: The leader of New York’s state university system, Chancellor James Malatras, said Thursday he will resign amid criticism for sending text messages mocking a woman who later accused former Gov. Andrew Cuomo of sexual harassment. Calls for Malatras’ resignation or removal began after state Attorney General Letitia James late last month made public transcripts and evidence from a probe of sexual harassment allegations that forced Cuomo from office. A text exchange from 2019 involving Malatras and other Cuomo allies showed them privately mocking Lindsey Boylan, a former economic development official who would later become the first woman to publicly accuse Cuomo. “Let’s release some of her cray emails,” Malatras texted, using slang for crazy.
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A former Philadelphia police officer is being sued for an alleged attack on a woman during last year’s protests over the police killing of George Floyd. The lawsuit claims Joseph Bologna tackled a woman who said he said touched his bike at 10th and Market Streets in June 2020. READ MORE: Federal Jury Selected For Philadelphia Labor Leader John Dougherty, City Councilmember Bobby HenonThe woman claims she suffered cuts and bruises. Bologna was fired after a cellphone video showed him using his metal baton to attack a Temple University student in the head during a Black Lives Matter protest on June 1, 2020. READ MORE: Anrae James Identified As Nursing Assistant, Father Killed By Gunman Inside Jefferson University HospitalThe 21-year-old student was identified as Evan Gorski. District Attorney Larry Krasner said last year Gorski’s head wound required about 10 staples and 10 sutures. In January, a Philadelphia judge dismissed aggravated assault and related charges against Bologna, claiming prosecutors didn’t present enough evidence of a crime. MORE NEWS: Dangerous Driving Stunts Outside Of City Hall 'Indication Of A...
    By Mallika Kallingal and Rebekah Riess | CNN Florida authorities announced an arrest Thursday in the fatal shooting of a University of Miami football player in 2006. Former teammate Rashaun Travon Jones, 35, was arrested for first-degree murder in the death of defensive lineman Bryan Pata in Miami, according to the state attorney’s office and Miami-Dade police. According to the arrest warrant, Pata pulled into the parking lot of his apartment complex on November 7, 2006, when he was approached by an unknown suspect who shot him in the head. The 22-year-old died on the scene as a result of his injuries, police said. In the course of the investigation, police learned Pata allegedly had ongoing issues with Jones, and had allegedly previously beaten Jones during a physical altercation, according to the warrant. About two months prior to the homicide, Pata also told his brother that Jones had allegedly threatened to shoot him in the head. Pata did not report this to the team’s head coach despite his brother’s pleas to do so, according to the...
    Getty Philadelphia 76ers coach Larry Brown and guard Allen Iverson during a game in 2002. Former Philadelphia 76ers Hall of Fame head coach Larry Brown has picked up a new gig. The 80-year-old Sixers legend agreed to become an assistant coach for the University of Memphis men’s basketball team, according to reports on Wednesday night. Hall of Fame coach Larry Brown has agreed to become an assistant coach at Memphis under Penny Hardaway, sources tell me and @GoodmanHoops. — Shams Charania (@ShamsCharania) June 30, 2021 The latest Sixers news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Sixers newsletter here! Join Heavy on Sixers! Tigers head coach Penny Hardaway spent the first six seasons of his NBA career with the Orlando Magic and reportedly interviewed for the team’s head coaching vacancy last week, but decided to stay with Memphis for the upcoming season, which will be his fourth with the program. Brown began building his Hall of Fame coaching resumé – he was inducted in 2002 – with the University of North Carolina from 1965 to...
    (CNN)The University of South Carolina accepted the resignation Wednesday of President Bob Caslen, who admitted he plagiarized part of a speech by the former head of US Special Forces during a weekend commencement speech.In a letter on Monday, Caslen said he was "truly sorry" for having shared a well-known quote by Admiral William McRaven, who oversaw the successful raid that killed Osama bin Laden. "I was searching for words about resilience in adversity and when they were transcribed into the speech, I failed to ensure its attribution. I take full responsibility for this oversight," he wrote.Caslen's advice to the class of 2021 mimicked a famous speech by McCraven to the graduates at University of Texas in 2014. McCraven's commencement speech has been viewed over 13 million times on YouTube and years later is still an inspiration to viewers. McCraven, a retired four-star admiral, is a former chancellor at the University of Texas."Know that life is not fair and that you will fail often," McCraven said. "But if take you take some risks, step up when the times are toughest, face...
    Record-setting former University of Hawaii quarterback Colt Brennan has died at age 37 after being discovered unconscious at an in-patient rehabilitation facility in California, his family has confirmed. Brennan was pronounced dead at Hoag Hospital in Newport, California on Monday. He had been in his fifth month of rehab when he was recently found unresponsive, his father Terry told the Honolulu Star Advertiser. An exact cause of death has not been revealed, nor have any specifics about Brennan's battle with addiction.  'He was doing so well, the spark was back in his eyes, and he was healthy and doing great, and it happened,' said Terry Brennan, adding that he was surrounded by family when he passed.    'He went peacefully,' Terry continued. 'He listened to Bob Marley. His sisters had a lei around him when he was unconscious. They had the music of Bob Marley playing near his ear.' Record-setting former University of Hawaii quarterback Colt Brennan has died at age 37 after being discovered unconscious at an in-patient rehabilitation facility in California , his family has confirmed. In this...
    (CNN)New Jacksonville Jaguars head coach Urban Meyer has defended the hiring of a former controversial coach who has previously been accused of racism and bullying. The NFL team announced on Thursday that they had hired Chris Doyle, the former University of Iowa strength and conditioning coach, to be the team's director of sports performance. Doyle, who was on the staff at the University of Iowa from 1999-2019, was placed on administrative leave by the school in June after several former Iowa players accused him of racism. Shortly after, the university and Doyle agreed to part ways. However, Meyer, who was hired by the Florida-based team in January after the team fired Doug Marrone, defended the hire, saying that his relationship with Doyle goes back 20 years.READ: Rob Gronkowski says Tom Brady would sign 50-year contract if he couldRead MoreMeyer looks on during the Big Ten Championship game between the Ohio State Buckeyes and the Northwestern Wildcats while working as a TV analyst."I feel great about the hire, about his expertise at that position," Meyer said during his media availability on...
    Jeff Gross /Allsport Quarterback Tee Martin of the Pittsburgh Steelers passes the ball against the San Diego Chargers at Qualcomm Stadium in December 2000. On Saturday the Baltimore Ravens announced that they have hired former Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Tee Martin as the team’s new quarterbacks coach. Martin will take over some of the responsibilities that were on the plate of David Culley, who served as Baltimore’s assistant head coach, wide receivers coach and passing game coordinator in 2020. Culley has since been hired as head coach of the Houston Texans.Tee Martin is a Former Fifth-Round Pick of the SteelersTee Martin entered the NFL as a fifth-round pick of the Steelers in the 2000 NFL Draft (No. 163 overall) out of the University of Tennessee. He is most famous for being one of the six quarterbacks selected ahead of Tom Brady in 2000. He is also well-remembered by Tennessee Vols football fans, having led the Volunteers to a 13-0 National Championship season in 1998. But he never got much playing time in the NFL, appearing in just a handful...
    A former Hudson Valley high school basketball standout has been chosen to take over as interim head coach of the Fordham University men's program.  Associate head coach Michael DePaoli, a three-time all-State selection while playing at North Salem High School, has been chosen to take over for Jeff Neubauer, who was fired midway through the season after a 1-7 start. The university said it is launching a national search to find a permanent head coach. "Fordham Athletics appreciates Coach Neubauer and his commitment and leadership to our men's basketball program over the past six seasons," Fordham’s interim Director of Athletics Ed Kull said. "We are grateful for Jeff's hard work and dedication, and thank him for his service to Fordham. We wish him and his family the best in the future.” DePaoli has been with Fordham for 11 years, including six as an assistant coach and separate stints as the University’s Director of Basketball Operations, where he oversaw the entire program. During his time at Rose Hill, DePaoli has been tasked with working with perimeter players, including former Atlantic 10...
    By: KDKA-TV News Staff INDIANA, Pa. (KDKA) – Former IUP head football coach Chuck Mills has died. IUP is mourning the death of Mills, who passed away Monday in Hawaii at age 92. Mills was the head coach for two seasons in 1962 and 1963. Mills was inducted into the IUP Athletic Hall of Fame in 2009. Fourteen of his players who were either recruited by him or played for him are also in the IUP Hall of Fame. After his two seasons in Indiana, he was an assistant coach at the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy, the University of Arizona and with the NFL’s Kansas City Chiefs. He then spent five seasons as the head coach at Wake Forest University and coached at Southern Oregon and the Coast Guard Academy.
    SAN MARCOS, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – Former U.S. representative and 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Beto O’Rourke is set to teach Texas politics at Texas State University, the school’s newspaper first reported on Thursday. According to The University Star, the newspaper was told by the Department of Political Science that O’Rourke will teach the course in the spring 2021 semester. O’Rourke took the nation by storm as he went head-to-head with U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) in the 2018 U.S. Senate race. The former congressman from El Paso lost that race and ended up running briefly in the 2020 presidential race along with a handful of Democrats. However, he ended that campaign on Nov. 1, 2019. Political Science Chair Ken Grasso told the newspaper that he’s excited to have O’Rourke teach the course. “I was thrilled. He’s got a unique take on things with his experience as a congressman and as a senatorial candidate and even a presidential candidate. So we’re very happy to have him,” Grasso said. For now, O’Rourke is only set to teach in spring 2021, but Grasso said...
    After parting ways with the Santa Clara University women’s volleyball program he led to 13 NCAA tournament appearances in 20 seasons as head coach, Jon Wallace started a recruiting service. In his LinkedIn profile, Wallace notes that he “recruited 100’s of high school athletes” over a college coaching career that ended in 2018. Now, Wallace has accepted a job to coach high school athletes. He was named Archbishop Mitty’s next girls volleyball coach on Tuesday, replacing Bret Almazan-Cezar, who resigned last week and plans to relocate from the area, according to Mitty. “Mitty has built a powerhouse volleyball program in this state along with carrying an impressive national reputation,” Wallace said in the news release. “As a collegiate coach in the area for more than 20 years, I’ve long admired how the Monarchs run their program top to bottom. I am honored to be named the head coach, and I look forward to getting started.” Wallace went 367-230 as Santa Clara’s coach from 1999-2018 and led the Broncos to the Final Four in 2005, a season...
    The University of California has named former Ohio State University president Michael V. Drake to be the 21st president of the state system.He will be the first person of color to lead the system.RELATED: State Superintendent Tony Thurmond holds hearing on school police reformsDrake, 69, spent much of his academic career in the UC system, including a term as chancellor at UC Irvine and as the systemwide vice president for health affairs from 2000 to 2005. He was president of OSU from 2014 until last week."Much has changed in the 15 years since I was given the privilege of becoming chancellor at UC Irvine, but not my absolute belief in this great University and its time-honored mission," Drake said in a statement released by the UC system.RELATED: Valedictorian has never missed a day of school, earns more than $430K in scholarshipsDrake is replacing Janet Napolitano, who announced in September she would step down after seven years as president of the UC system.The UC board approved Drake's salary at $890,000.The UC system consists of 10 campuses and more than 280,000 students.Go...
    The University of California has named former Ohio State University president Michael V. Drake to be the 21st president of the state system.Drake, 69, spent much of his academic career in the UC system, including a term as chancellor at UC Irvine and as the systemwide vice president for health affairs from 2000 to 2005. He was president of OSU from 2014 until last week."Much has changed in the 15 years since I was given the privilege of becoming chancellor at UC Irvine, but not my absolute belief in this great University and its time-honored mission," Drake said in a statement released by the UC system.Drake is replacing Janet Napolitano, who announced in September she would step down after seven years as president of the UC system.The UC board approved Drake's salary at $890,000.The UC system consists of 10 campuses and more than 280,000 students.
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