Do like to stick to sports around here. That why we all got into this. We love sports, said host Sam Ponder. Nashville, TN (WSFA AP) Police are investigating the shooting death of former NFL quaterback Steve McNair.Investigators aren releasing many details right now. However, police do say they found McNair and a woman shot to death inside a Downtown Nashville condominium.Mcnair played 11 seasons with the Houston Oilers/Tennessee Titans, and two seasons with the Baltimore Ravens before retiring in 2008.Mcnair was also one of the greatest plays in the history of the SWAC (Southwestern Athletic Conference).Investigators are questioning several people who were around the apartment complex.No word right now on a motive.Steve McNair was 36 years old.Facebook questioned about pulling Android call, text dataFacebook questioned about pulling Android call, text dataPosted: Sunday, March 25 2018 7:19 PM EDT2018 03 25 23:19:03 GMTUpdated: Monday, March 26 2018 5:30 AM EDT2018 03 26 09:30:12 GMT(AP Photo/Jenny Kane). An advertisement in The New York Times is displayed on Sunday, March 25, 2018, in New York.
He made headlines as a Florida State student when a woman, Erica Kinsman, accusing him of raping her in December 2012. Winston was not arrested and was not charged with a crime. In 2014, the university cleared him after a school panel ruled he did not violate the student conduct code for sexual misconduct.
The sophomore s top 10 time marked her first sub 20 time of the year.The duo wasn t the only pair to achieve a personal best on Saturday.Freshman Lindsay Sowersby clocked a season s best of 20:30.0 to finish 65th overall and sophomore Leah Nelson finished 99th with a time of 21:04.2.The Blue Dragons women s team finished 11th overall with 280 points. Hutchinson will take to the trails of the Ollie Isom Invitational on Oct. 17 in El Dorado.On the men s side, the team finished eighth overall with freshman Jeremy Stiebens as the sole Blue Dragon to finish inside the top 50.
“We saw that dance my freshman year of high school, so now we finally got to use it in an actual game in college,” said Shaquem, who rocks the exact same hairstyle as his brother. “It was amazing. That put a real big smile on my face to be able to do that.”.
CSUMB slugger Lucia Rodriguez was named the California Collegiate Athletic Association Player of the Week after hitting .474 for the CSU Monterey Bay softball team in a six game sweep of Cal State San Bernardino. Rodriguez belted three home runs, drove in eight runs and scored six times for the Otters. She recorded a 1.053 slugging percentage.