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"jordan mcnair" Discussed on WTOP
"J. Green tells us the tells US authorities are closely scrutinizing inaugural credentials after the arrest of a Virginia man at a checkpoint in Northeast D. C Friday evening. In court documents, Police say Westley Allan Bealer of four front Royal pulled up to a checkpoint near the U. S Capitol with a gun. Ah lot of ammunition and a credential vet did not authorize Has him toe enter the secure area. Bealer has been charged with carrying a pistol that isn't registered in D. C. He was released in ordered not to return to the city except to appear in court or meet with his lawyer. Ah multi million dollar settlement will go to the family of a University of Maryland student who died after a preseason football workout nearly three years ago. The settlement $3.5 million. It was approved Friday night by University of Maryland officials and the office of the Attorney General. Maryland Board of Public Works will vote to approve it when they meet on January 27. So what's it about? His name was Jordan, McNair and his life 18 years long. McNair collapsed during a workout on a hot day in May 2018. He died two weeks later, his family still grieving. But in a statement, their attorney says they will continue their work with the Jordan McNair Foundation. It was set up after Jordan's death to educate student athletes about the risks of heatstroke and how to recognize the signs. Maura. W t o p dot com Liz Anderson, w T. O P News Police and Family members are asking for anyone with information to come forward and connection with a double murder. That happened at what police called AH, large gathering. Take everybody feeling the pain of him, not just banging Leon Wilkerson is the grandfather of murder victim Leon Frasier. The 22 year old from D. C was shot and killed at what police say was a gathering at a business on old Ardmore road in the land over area on this Number 12 he didn't do and the dad away and in a video put out by Prince George's County police, Frazier's grandmother, Linette, Robinson says that just want justice for him. 27 year old Sean Tara Sheffield of Woodbridge was also shot and died days later. Police say anyone with information should call detectives and that those who want to remain anonymous can contact crime solvers. John Aaron W. T. O P. News he had retired only weeks before the Maryland General Assembly session started. Now we've learned Maryland's former state Senate president Thomas Mike Miller, has died. His family said he passed away peacefully at home 78 year old Thomas Mike Miller, Maryland's Senate president emeritus, had been in public life in the Maryland State House for nearly five decades. He was Senate president for 33 of those years. The current Senate president, Bill Ferguson, called Miller, a champion of the Senate, and added, It's impossible to think of the Maryland State Senate and not think of Mike. Certainly true for many lawmakers, it was often noted that Miller had served a Senate president longer than many lawmakers had been alive. Maryland House Speaker Adrienne Jones said of Miller that he was a giant and a legend. And was his kind and generous as he was powerful. Miller, who represented Southern Maryland and Prince George's County, retired from the Senate weeks before the current session, noting that the cancer he'd been fighting made it impossible to continue in the job that he loved. Hate Ryan, w. T O P News and Maryland's K through 12 Public schools will be getting a cash infusion off $781 million to help them reopen in person instruction..
University of Maryland, family settle in athlete death
"Settlement has been reached in the death of a University of Maryland football player. The family of Jordan McNair will receive $3.5 million. McNair was alignment with Maryland football. The 18 year old collapsed after after a a pre pre season season workout workout in in May. May. 2018 2018 but but died died after after spending spending two two weeks weeks in in the the hospital, hospital, his his death death from from heat heat stroke stroke And And independent independent investigation investigation show show team team trainers trainers didn't didn't follow follow proper proper procedures procedures when when treating treating McNair McNair officials officials from from the the university university approved approved the the settlement, settlement, along along with with the the office office of of the the attorney attorney general general next next to to the the Maryland Maryland board board of of Public Public Works Works will will vote to approve it when they meet on January 27. In a statement, the lawyer for the family says they will channel their grief into educating student athletes around the world about the risks and signs of heat stroke was Anderson
"jordan mcnair" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"His senior season has been held up as his family reviews possible loss of value insurance policies in the event of an injury linebacker missed all of this past season after recovering from a torn knee ligament suffered in August he was ranked thirteenth in the preseason big board by ESPN NFL draft analyst Mel Kiper junior now speaking of the tide PTI on if to will ultimately leave for the pros has to go to the NFL at this point he's still going to be a first round pick what is there to prove in because it you want to win the Heisman and then be the number one overall pick forget that there's a chance you get hurt he's been injured too many times he has to come out the dolphins the word is it that they they would still take him so I think he's damaged goods right now he has had the same operation on each ankle in two years and he broke his house help I think if an NFL team goes to him and says we're going to draft you in the top ten top ten players then he should go but I'm not sure that's going to happen I think if he because I don't even think he can get to the comments on crutches how is it going to show himself at the combine which is only in three or four months I don't know that that's possible if he goes back to Alabama Frankel is got to do is have one great game he doesn't have to play the whole season he just shows people I'm healthy I'm the real deal you call draft me next what if he has at least one team only these as one team to town you're going to go in the first round the moral weight I'm mark Jackson was a late pick and what the money up thirty least it's guaranteed money if he goes back to Cali gets hurt again one was you have to prove by doing that Morgan the colleges all ms hired former Maryland coach the a jerk and as an assistant under lane Kiffin he was fired in Maryland in October of twenty eighteen after an investigation into the death of Terrapins player Jordan McNair earlier that year from baseball to mingle her model won't be in the majors until June the Yankees star will miss the first sixty three games of the season as part of an eighty one game ban for violation of a Major League Baseball domestic violence policy port all that suspension was at nine games at the end of the regular season as well as nine more in the post season the Mets introducing former Yankee all star Dylan pretences to their bull pen will harass agrees to a three year deal worth twenty four million with the nationals Jayson Castro on a one year deal with the state under seven million with the angels night in the NHL about plenty of overtime the fact that thought.
Maryland DB taken to hospital overnight as precaution after getting sick during team workout
"Roope, Los Angeles university of Maryland player who fell ill during a team workout earlier this week was rushed to the shock trauma center in Baltimore where he was held overnight before being released. Raymond Boone a defensive back from greenbelt tweeted out Wednesday. He's doing okay, the news Marxist stark contrast to the handling of the freshman player, Jordan McNair who died following a case heatstroke last spring, the school said in a statement that Boone's blood sugar dipped and he went to the hospital
"jordan mcnair" Discussed on Izzy and Spain
"He's not saying forgive him. And let him figure out his way in life. You saying forgive him immediately before he's done anything to deserve it because I'd like to have him on my pro yards. Yes. Offense of innovator my offense sputtered, right? And I'd like to really care if I'm putting him around student athletes in a position once again that he has not earned an I believe never will earn. Again. I do not think he is ever deserving of working in a school environment at any level ever. Again. I don't care whether you think second chance means a second chance at the exact same job. That's not how I see it. You don't get to have another job where you have the opportunity to be a rape obstructionist, not to mention the other institutional failures which included potentially not testing for drugs. You know, dealing with police in ways that you were trying to get people out of things beyond just rape and sexual assault. There was enough there for you to say this person shouldn't be near our program. This person is not a leader. This person is not someone that's going to benefit our players or anybody else on campus. So if we're going to keep holding up this idea that amateurism and student athletes, and what they're learning and leaders of young men, you cannot do that. While simultaneously. Emel Tena sleaze saying, let's hurry up and get past this forgiveness stuff. So we can get him back out there coaching football. I don't believe in infallible, infallible institutions. Right. So I feel like football is as crept up to that line crossed that line hopped on that line jumped on that line several times in the last I don't know how many years, and this just happens to be another one of those stories, whereas like football people understand and the the insulated nature of coaches, sometimes where they're thinking about football so much, and they know football matters a lot. So I can get away with this look at what happened with Jordan McNair in Maryland where they thought that having a few months off for DJ Durkan was good enough. And then they talked to people in their ivory towers, not knowing what's going on with the commoners underneath in the moment. They said he was coming back. People are like, wait a minute. Now kid the kid died. What are we doing here because the amount of and football, actually, Nabil's it, right? These institutions protect the people who are doing these acts because the expense. Of the institution is more important to them than morality, I want to quickly mention cancel culture. I understand that it can be a problem now because people rush to judgment on things without all the facts, but I will say so much of what people react to in quote, unquote, cancelled culture is the idea that generational long ingrained, misogyny and racism that was never called up before finally is and people aren't comfortable with them being called out. They wanted it to be like it was before. And so it's easier to just say, oh don't jumped so quickly to end someone's career. No, sometimes you deserve to have your career ended for the things you've done and art browse is one of them that was straight talk. Brought to you by straight talk.
Jordan Mcnair, DJ Durkan And University Of Maryland discussed on Sean Hannity
"Injuries. In sports. The university of Maryland today. Fire trainers that were involved in the treatment of Jordan McNair after he collapsed on the field and subsequently died of heatstroke trainer was Robinson and director of training. Steve. Wall had been placed on leave following McNair is death had football coach DJ Durkan
Maryland Terrapins football Jordan McNair and death of DJ Durkin scandal timeline
"News center, the chairman of the university of Maryland's border regions, James Brady resigns as the fewer over the board's decision to reinstate football. Coach DJ Durkin continues. A major fundraising group condemns the border regions handling of the aftermath of the death of football player. Jordan McNair, the group claiming the regions had damaged its recruitment and fun.
Terrell Owens gets Hall of Fame ring during San Francisco 49ers game
"All it's interesting because the city is getting the twenty twenty two all star game. And it actually where they play the arena what it's near the downtown arenas. Getting renovation construction. Started this year. And it's probably part of the reason why they are giving him the game. And it'll have a huge impact on Cleveland. And it's actually good area. I've been down there. But what kind of team are they personally gonna have at at that point. That's a question you can can easily ask yourself, right? And then how about this boy there there have been some crazy things that have happened at Maryland. And rightfully so the Maryland fire their head coach D day DJ Durkin this week one day after reinstating him from paid administrative leave following a recommendation for the university system of Maryland of regions because they make that decision. They decided and the Maryland president said William Low A departures in the best interest of the university. This ouster came five months two days after offensive lineman, Jordan McNair felt ill. During a team workout and died on June thirteenth from complications of heat stroke. They did investigations into the workout legisla hospitalization into the culture of his program. After the allegations of abuse humiliation and tactics started to surface. And this is what they then decided after all of this evaluating reevaluating, and all of that they that they decided this is what they had to had to do because of all the intimidation tactics that they heard about it investigated. And I mean what a sad story period for that family. How awful awful awful is that. You know to have somebody who has a heat stroke and then to lose their life. Playing a football. But it's a question of you know, the blame game the blame game. And that and in this case, they found that. Hey, listen. We found out all these things that weren't known before. So boom, he gets the he gets the boot period. How about this the World Series trophy? You know, that's the point of pride when you win the big one and the big one in any sport is is being the ultimate champion. So the Red Sox say their brand new World Series trophy had to be repaired. It was repaired after being beamed by a beer Kent wearing the parade only in Boston, right? It happened Wednesday at the duck boat ride through Boston some boisterous fans decided to throw drinks to the players. So they weren't throwing it at them trying to beat them. They were trying to give them drinks and Jason Varitek wife, and Alex cora's daughter were among the people that were hit. That's not good, but one can struck the trophy as was being held up knocking loose some of the tenants that rise from the base. So they said it was minor damage, but it's already been fixed chorus that his daughter was fine. And he said I've got to be ready to make that play. Because of the fans were crazy with excitement. Then they were in those duck boats, and they have roofs, and then they were on top of the duck boats too. But
"jordan mcnair" Discussed on GSMC Sports Podcast
"Finished previewing. The Thursday night football match up between the one in six raiders in the one in seven forty Niners. And now we're moving on to other matters at hand mostly in the world of college football as Maryland head coach DJ Durkin has been fired as the Maryland head coach, even though the athletic director said he would be returning next season. And then what was it two days than even a week later? He was fired yesterday. He was fired. But the day before was when they four hours yet within twenty four hours, absolutely. They basically just botched this whole thing in my opinion. You know, Marilyn the border regions, which is basically what the boosters of the football program. They have the power to fire. The director. So, but they don't have the they don't have. Or the president's. He's me, but they don't have the power to fire the head coach. So basically the way the power structure works out is they can give their opinion and the president can do what he sees fitting in. Of course is usually going to go along with the decision of the border regions because he doesn't want to lose his job either. So that's what we saw. We saw the people at the power say that they wanted to keep DJ Durkan. We saw the president, you know, kind of halfway go with it. But he went with their decision. And then we see within twenty four hours a about turn for for the program as they fired EJ Durkin. And I don't know what do you think about this whole situation? Jeff, I mean, it's a terrible situation. Kid passed away. Heatstroke? I'm not sure if everybody has been following the story, but may kid in the program Jordan McNair during conditioning in the heat suffered heatstroke sounds like prompt care wasn't administered right away. And he got to the hospital. His body had not been cooled down. There is there was also liver transplant that happened in the hospital. Yeah. There was talk that they try to cool him down. They put ice on him. But it didn't appear that way because his body temperature at the hospital one hundred sixty degrees, which is incredibly high right? So Jordan McNair, tragically passes away. And then we're left with DJ jerking getting suspended while an investigation goes on. It goes on. They find I don't know they find that. There is kind of a widespread culture that was toxic that on there with this football program. So that's where we are. If you haven't fold the story up until now, but basically what's happened in the last twenty four to forty eight hours is they came back. They reinstated DJ Dirk into this to the team to the program because that was the based on the report from third party that was what the border region suggested was that he reinstated and the president went with their wishes. They did. Now, they fire him sounded like some players had walked out of t- meeting when they announced that he would be rejoining the football program. And I think basically just with the public backlash. That's what caused them to change their tune on DJ jerkin and immediately. What goes so Jeff sorry to go on there at all you do or doing your job? But what is your take on this like situation? Just kind of reminds me it's not really in the same kind of category. But I think are not records had coached out basketball that was very abusive to his team in person. Because you say it was a tossed a toxic environment. And that kinda reminded me of that incident. But the fact of the matter is he led a player die. He overworked him. He didn't get the care he needed, and that was one of the reasons he passed away. And then you say he's gonna keep his job. And then you fire them, you're not keeping your word on it. So just everyone feels like a wrong in this situation. Just there's everyone's wrong. How how the lead juror athletic director handled it how the head coach handled it how he handle the team? Yeah. There's a coup- I have a couple of points to make. But the first one I wanna say is..
"jordan mcnair" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Rick for taking time, we appreciate it. Well done with the Washington Post. Thank you anytime. Let's Rick Macy's sports writer for the Washington Post covering what happened at Maryland. And there's a lot of outcry here. And as I mentioned yesterday, you know, I I don't I don't wanna be pointing fingers it's easy to pick on pylon Maryland with this situation. It's low hanging fruit there, but you just sort of want answers like how does this happen? You know, these are people who are running universities. You know, I I can expect a coach to cut corners and cheat in cover up. Now that happens. Unfortunately, not that we. Should accept it. But when you have border regions, and you have the president. And you're like, hey, if you bring him back, we're going to the border regions had one vote and that one vote was they could get rid of the president. And then I think the president, you know, probably just had this. I don't know if it's an epiphany. You know, he's in a tough situation. But I think he was going to retire in the next couple of years, but you got to be on the right side of history. Here you do you. You can't be under your watch where you allowed this to happen. I mean, you gotta you gotta fall on the sword here. And just say, you know, what guy can't come back. That's it. You want to fire me? Now, the border regions knows they can't fire this guy because how bad would that look that this guy did what should have been done before? So you can't go the border regions is going to fire the president may do the right thing. I don't know if they did it for the right reasons because they could have done it before not now. Yep. Oh at the press conference on Tuesday. The president said that the rhetoric responsible for all the staff, and he confirmed that the to the trainers who are involved in treating Jordan McNair are still under administrative leave paid administrative leave. How weird would it be? If they keep their jobs in the coach's firing the people who actually. Are responsible retreating from the moment. But the person who is head of the program gets fired heavy, very odd. DJ Durkan has a lawsuit. I I don't know. It just seems odd that the people who are directly responsible still employed. The person who is over there. Coaching practice? Not a moon. In that. You know, people said, you know, that Jordan McNair didn't drink the water. Everybody had a gallon of water at their locker. They're supposed to take that. He didn't eat. He had a bowl of cereal. And okay. Even if he didn't take the precautions to get ready for this workout. Nobody thought that the bottom line is after a workout during a workout you could die. And if you were in trouble with your temperature going up to a hundred and seven degrees. You immerse him an ice. This is should be commonplace for every one of these programs immersing an ice in thirty minutes is temperature will go down and he would have survived. No matter. You know, that you say, oh, you know, what he didn't do what we ask him to do. You didn't do what you were supposed to do. And that that's the bigger picture that was life and death. He didn't go. If all if I don't drink water, and I'm only having a bowl of cereal, I might die today. You knew if his body temperature was that high. If we don't bring that body temperature down he dies, that's different. They they wrapped him in towels. They didn't put him in ISIS. They didn't put him in. They they were afraid that you know, he might drown. Now, this is from the official report..
"jordan mcnair" Discussed on College Football Live
"You've got division of the families of current players that bleeds into recruiting all these things add up to an atmosphere that I don't think they can move on from with Dirk his the head coach. And that's the biggest thing. Now, the players have a voice and you have talked about player walking out. Now, the students have a voice there is no way this can continue. It's not how do you? How do you go into other people's living, you know, about negative recruiting like thinking about the negative recruiting that will happen against Maryland. I just think this situation is it some point it's going to need a new face and d- did Durkin is going to be held responsible because it had happened on his watch. This program won't move forward with DJ Dirk and has the guy not players continue to walk out. Don't have trust with the players. You don't have credibility with the fans and everybody an all the recruits that are coming up. It's not sustainable. It's something will change. That was state politicians involved in a new president coming up next summer. I don't think that he'll stick around anyway. And I think that had he taken the opportunity to resign voluntarily immediately. He then gives to rehabilitate himself immediately. But if he does now, or if it gets fired in the summer, it will be seen as a reaction to outside pressure. And he loses any benefit of the doubt. But throw situation he's counting the millions. If he resigns don't get his money if he gets money, but he's a young man. And if he steps into the future of his coaching career radioactive to the point to where he can't get a good job for a long long time. He doesn't have a chance to recoup those millions. I just I just think that's the better way to go. Because the commission issued a report that did not hold him primarily responsible take that and run and start your career over again. Well, we'll see and it probably won't be known the damages to that program for years to come. But we do know the damage in is is tragic one with the passing Jordan McNair north arts and. Importers with him in his family. We a lot more coming up on college football alive, including all right? Oklahoma defense is it. The candy corn of college. Football and Ken, the Wildcats scare the BULLDOGS coming up in week ten and Lexington. A lot of college football coming up, hence state, Michigan. College football primetime that one presented by Amazon in also Notre Dame at north western Saturday, seven fifteen pm eastern.
Maryland student government to protest DJ Durkin's reinstatement
"You know, the protest essentially coach DJ Dirk and being retained. Says here reading it from ESPN dot com. Does it regard to the reinstatement of DJ Dirk and his head coach university of Maryland student government association has organized a rally Thursday to protest the reinstatement of football coach DJ Dirk and to demand Justice for Jordan McNair? Durkee returned to work Tuesday after university system of Maryland board of regents recommended his reinstatement after reviewing an investigative report into the coach of Durkan's program. Been on paid administrative leave since August eleventh Jonathan Allen, Maryland student body, president totally here's being that students are outraged end quote by the board's decision. Alan will introduce emergency legislation at a student government associated meeting Wednesday night that will call for university president Wallace load of fire
Dad of player who died outraged after Maryland coach reinstated
"That can describe the decision yesterday by the university of Maryland board of regents to fire. No one in the thirty in the wake of football player. Jordan McNair death this past June. Stunning. There may be dispute over just how toxic football coach DJ Durkan's program was. But one fact is indisputable up player died under his watch. And under the watch athletic director Damon Evans, who's tried to act as if you never heard of Maryland football until after McNair death, even
"jordan mcnair" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Shocked. Shocked with that. Even if you don't have the death of Jordan McNair, why are you keeping him? And usually if you have baggage you can win your way out of baggage. He can't your ten and fifteen. Yeah. Point is there any chance with specific investigation of Jordan McNair, death that they exonerated the coach because they may think the investigators may think that the coach is responsible for coaching and the medical staff is responsible for the health because like during a football game. When a player goes down, you rarely see the coach go out there to observe treat or deal with him who hired this guy hires the strength and conditioning coach, it might be Durkan or might be athletic director now coaches, hire their own strengthen those strengthened conditioning coaches travel. They go to job to job with that head coach, it makes sense. They that's their guy. So if you know, this is the culture, the, you know, this is the environment. That comes back to the head coaches. Well by proxy comes back to him is that a firewall offense because he's sort of removed from it. But you hired that guy. And you know, what that culture is? If there's a toxic culture, if they said, there was a toxic culture. Do you really want that guy? I look at the pluses and minuses is there a lawsuit there. Probably there's going to be a lawsuit from the parents of Jordan McNair. Would firing help the lawsuit. Now, you're like you're all in on TJ Durkan. And even the parents they have to relive this again. Like this guy kept his job and your son died. Donald in Florida joins us, Donald. Hey, good morning, Dan, five eight to ten longtime listener, first-time caller. Hey, I just want. I think it's absurd that they bring this guy back. He's the this game. He's responsible for everything. I'm the father of three stunts. I can't see any parents ever let any of their sons go play for a man like this. I give up Maryland longtime fan went to lend by situation when we're not from Maryland will not sign another Maryland saying I'm looking for a new team. So I'll listen to comments. Thank thank you, Donald. Yeah. I mean, just imagine that your son is eighteen years of age in Maryland wants you to come for a visit or coach is going to come to your house. What question are you gonna is? What's what's the first question or you going to take care of my son? How are you going to take care of my son? How can I ensure that my son will not die under your watch? Now, you can say, hey, maybe this player had a condition. Maybe there was something that, you know, all it was was heat stroke in every single college football program should have the following at all of these workouts in that is just an ice tub. Because if you had put him in this iced-up and brought his temperature down he'd still be alive. That's it. Plain simple when your temperature goes to one oh six you're not coming back. And if you have one of those ice tubs there, and it should be mandatory. That boys alive today. Apple and I'm wondering there's a lot of stuff. You don't see in the report what if the coach Durkan had this really intense practice philosophy and the medical staff picked up on it. And they knew hey, we don't intervene until this point where they might be want to. But they know coach has tough practice policy a tough work them through the heat. So that may be like vague report. But that could be something that the medical staff had to deal with. And here's while he suspended Maryland goes five and three under the interim head coach..
"jordan mcnair" Discussed on Izzy and Spain
"There's probably a lot. We don't know. Right. And it is much easier to advocate for the firing of high profile people when you're not invested in any way, or you're not connected to them in any way. But I agree with you. It seems like the obvious move particularly after information about the culture was released from that investigative report. Here's Jim Brady. The chairman of the board of regents at the presser talking about how the culture is toxic. But not. The board accepts the Commission's finding that the Merlin football team did not have a toxic culture. But it did have a culture where problems festered because too many players feared speaking out. So the problem is when we used semantics, right? Well, we've decided it wasn't toxic. But we do knowledge in the findings that there was an open door policy, but most players and assistance felt if your opinion didn't align with DJ Durkan. There was no point going there, and that the strength coach Rick court was effectively accountable to no-one. That's a problem. There were people whose manhood were challenged homophobic slurs being used that the strength coach would throw food and waits. A trash can full of vomit all at teammates to humiliate all players just humiliate them that they were made to watch videos of drills going into eyeballs an animal's blood early fighting each other during meals it was the most over the top stereotypical depiction of we're men, we're tough. We're we can't be messed with around here. And unfortunately that goes well beyond just being idiotic and it Crea. Culture that results in in? What we saw when Jordan McNair to just say, we're not labeling toxic. And then elucidate the many ways that it was isn't enough. I'm left to wonder if this wasn't toxic. What was and that's the rest of it that I'm really disappointed in the board in because. Well, they tell us what it wasn't. They never really tell us what it was. And they never really tell us what they were looking for. They didn't find to make it toxic. And those are the pieces that I have a hard time, wrapping my brain around if a group of people are gonna come back and tell me that the the actions that we you just described aren't toxic than I think they owe to their fan base in general also come back and say, here's why it wasn't toxic. Here's why we decided that this wasn't such a big deal. And here's what we were looking for the didn't meet whatever the criteria for toxic. Is. This isn't toxic with a hill is. Yeah. And you know, what your point is good to the fans, but more so to the families of the players because we are. So brainwashed to forget that this is supposed to be student athlete Amateur Athletics. And if you're keeping on a coach through all. Of those things and after the death of a student then to what are you attributing that decision? What about this person and this program, and what we're supposed to believe? This is about allows you to say beyond just if even if Jordan McNair had not passed away if it was just about the dysfunction and the toxic masculinity. That's that's described in this report. Wouldn't that be enough to say this is not the person you put in charge of young men young students people in a community and in system that is often funded by taxpayers? You know, what we've lost in the idea of collegiate sports is so huge that were accepting throwing vomit at players throwing weights at players making players. Look at eyeballs being drilled into coming up behind players calling 'em efforts and pressing bars into their neck choking them while they're doing weights. What I mean? What is how is that possibly even? If you don't wanna use the word, toxic defensible. I also wonder how the school truly believes that coach Durkin can walk into any home any parents and say, this is why everything's okay. And if that's the representation you really want for university of Maryland moving forward, not just for the football program. But remembering the argument, the college football fanatics, myself included, college football media, people myself included, always uses the college sports are the front porch to the house. It's the it's the way that you promote the university as a whole how can you look at the promotion of what university of Maryland's about and not question at this point. Why they would keep this coach and why they will allow this message to continue to play forty SPN radio presented by progressive insurance the sheer. We celebrate six years and over six hundred cars given to veterans giving thanks by providing independence for those who protect it. Learn more at keys to progress dot com straight ahead..
DJ Durkan, Maryland And Head Football Coach discussed on Sean Hannity
"Throwing hand, Maryland, head football coach DJ Durkan will be retained by the school and is expected to return to the sidelines for Saturday's game against Michigan state Durkan. It had been on leave since August following an investigation into the program following the death of player. Jordan McNair, Maryland AD, demon Evans is also
Investigation: Faster response to college football player's collapse "might have changed things"
"An independent investigation finds university of Maryland to blame for the death of Terrapins football player. Jordan McNair, reporter authors sports medicine consultant, Dr rod Walters. There was the failure to identify escalating symptoms associated with the personal heat illness including assessment vital signs a dentist by the condition. Aggressively treating the patients elevated core temperature McNair died in June after suffering heatstroke had a team
Investigation: Faster response to college football player's collapse "might have changed things"
"And independent investigation has found the university of Maryland culpable in the death of Terrapins football player, Jordan McNair, Dr rod Walters, a former college athletic trainer and sports medicine consultant led the investigation and said trainers did not follow proper procedure. Features. Correspondent John Stolnis says McNair was hospitalized on may twenty ninth after a team workout he then died on June thirteenth the family. Attorney said the cause of death was heat
Maryland Terrapins use 10 players on first offensive play to honor Jordan McNair
"Him he sits down near the twenty five Not exactly sure what happened there The red raiders they need to get the bullpen up and warming out because when a, plane goes down suddenly like that he doesn't usually spring back. Up to take the next snap Jack Duffy the sophomore for
Jordan McNair, University Of Maryland and Football discussed on Sean Hannity
"Meantime former Maryland, football player DJ more was, cited, for driving approximately one hundred thirteen miles per hour in a? Work zone, in, Charlotte North. Carolina this month the speed limit is sixty five miles per, hour, Moore's rookie receiver with the Carolina
Dodgers, Manny Machado and Seattle discussed on SportsCenter All Night
"In Oakland that is the eighth walk-off victory of the season for the as that's the most in major league baseball elsewhere in, Seattle hubbub the dodgers are the road hitting five homers two of them from Manny Machado as the dodgers roll over Seattle by the final of
Sam Darnold, Jets and Maryland discussed on Tolbert and Lund
"System of Maryland board of regents announced tonight that it will take over all aspects of an investigation to allegations of a toxic culture within. Maryland football program the investigation report on the inner workings of the turps program following the death of offensive lineman Jordan McNair back
"jordan mcnair" Discussed on The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap
"And so it's hard to watch everybody. So it's important for all the players to be watching out for each other, the challenge with heat stroke, and you're exactly right at typically these large linemen guys that have high body mass index that can't get rid of the body heat as well as guys that are thinner. You really have to keep an eye on on them and you. You just got to recognize as soon as possible. But because what happens is these guys you? You get hot. But then your mental status stores to change and you lose the ability to kind of know what's going on. And I think that he probably couldn't tell them the troubles he was having. And so if they didn't recognize that he was having heatstroke and take his core body temperature then leads to potentially chain where they don't recognize it. And this is all about recognition and initial treatment prompt initial treatment. Dr. David Geyer who is the author of that Scott are hurt the injuries, the change sports forever. So let's say, you know, this is the time of year. This happened to have happened this tragedy in may, but now it's August and there their high schools and colleges all over the country practicing in very high temperatures. Very high humidity. What is your vice two coaches and trainers who should be on the lookout for this at this time of year in particular? Yeah, you got to keep this in mind and it doesn't have to be. Hundred degrees. I think it was supposedly was about eighty degrees on the day that Jordan McNair collapse. So it's the combination of heat and humidity. You've got to watch the players and then and not just the athletic trainers and the doctors, but the coaches and then get them into a cool environment and take a core body temperature with a rectal thermometer right away. So I think you gotta make the diagnosis, then the next thing is, and I think this is the big mistake that people think, well, we'll call nine one one and then they'll take care of it. That's where things go wrong because you've gotta get the core body temperature down under one hundred four degrees within thirty minutes. And so you've got to treat them on site with an ice bath, a nice tub, something like that and get their core body temperature down below. One hundred four degrees, then transfer them to the hospital. You don't have much time you've got again about thirty minutes and again, by the time you recognize that that temperatures probably been elevated for more than a few minutes. So you've got to. Act very, very quickly. And how important is it to just reinforce the message that you know this isn't about being able to tough it out when it's hot and humid. This isn't about proving your manhood, this is really a life and death issued. You think, coaches get it that they're playing with fire when they've got guys like this running sprints ten hundred hundred yard sprints up and down the field in difficult conditions. Yeah, I think if they didn't have it before, hopefully they do now. I mean, it's tricky because I get that you want to to motivate the players. You wanna get him in shape. This is a situation, a lot of times to where it would be nice if throughout the year they were doing workouts so that they come in and shape. I think the challenge with a lot of these heatstroke issues is these guys, and I don't know, Jordan McNair came in out of shape or not, but a lot of the events that happen and it's the first day of summer practice, and then you know they, they're not in great shape and they have these issues. So, yeah. This no pain, no gain just push them until they drop it makes sense an old school football way. But from a health standpoint, it's really, really a terrible way to get your kids in shape. Dr. David Geyer, thank you so much for joining us insights. His latest book is that's gotta hurt the injuries that changed sports forever. Thank you for joining us Dr. Geyer thank you so much. I'm Jeremy shop and you can listen to new editions of the sporting life every Saturday and Sunday morning on ESPN radio and ESPN app beginning at six AM eastern time..
"jordan mcnair" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid
"A firearm shooting an arm, man, seven times he escaped more serious charge manslaughter that could have landed in prison for forty years. And then there is a real gem. There's a warrant out for him now. Good, good Hobie fucking ruts in jail. Jesus Christ, man. She met fund camp. I don't know what to say about that. Wow. Hopefully it's over now. Hopefully she leaves. Yeah, yeah. That's the tough one. What else yet you. All right. This one here about Maryland football team football. Football and the guy that died Jordan McNair who is apparently they, they were hard core him when he was passing out. He. So here's these. I really have you read. On Desmond. So here's basically what's going on Maryland football, right? Big time, division football, the tariffs. So they are going through conditioning and there's conditioning tests you have to run. I think, ten hundred yard sprints. It's pretty standard like we did at your Colorado, like there's condition tests and what they're trying to do when you do these condition. Tests are weed out the weak links. So it's pretty, oh, I won't say military ish, not as military, but they're trying to get rid of the guys who aren't gonna cut it. So you go through these condition tests, and if you're failing, get the fuck off team, he dead weight. So when that happens, not everyone's gonna, pass it. So they, you know they, some of these kids on in the interview said it was bullying. Dies. You don't want that, but so the kid was doing well, and he was having heatstroke and so they kept pushing him. So he told the coach told to players go pick him up, drags ass across to finish this. We can't have any quitters. Well, the kid went through heat stroke, and they said he was like, you said, Bobby. The kid died of heatstroke the correct me if I'm wrong though that like nursing program not do this by the way. This is pretty standard. The thousands or millions of times it's happened. You get a death, which is always tragic, but you can't. You can't take a culture that makes boys out of men, men at a boys and and because one person dies and say that's bad because that would have been a story that he would have told with pride later on. A lot of people have like they picked me up drag me, but I made it through, you know, those stores military through boo, Kim, like man, that fucking sergeant. Old are navy seals be if you didn't, if we'd upper lease them now it's horrible that they didn't. They did not take the proper procedures and he should not have died. But as far as going, you know, this kid going, they want me gain weight. So they made me sit at the training of fucking each almost through. Would God Gabrielle guys. Also. Like I, I'm not trying to be tough guy here. I'm saying in general, that's what you sign programs could wrestling programs. Decoded d one go. I was wrestling programs merely speak time. Football, go to stay little Florida state, dine training all the time in the military, very strong military. Nobody's going to tell you and it's also it's so competitive. And there's so much money be made. They're trying to get rid of the week lease. So he can't be in raw atmosphere that does not make good football teams. It just doesn't. Somebody always does die of heat stroke, very rarely who stringer from the. That come out of all the guys who played football all high level programs. This isn't that common. So for this Howard and hard case make his, here's what you can't. Do you agree with? We can't do go, oh my God, football cultures, fucking terrible. We gotta change everything now. So what they do, they fired the strength condition code said he's creating a bully atmosphere. It's bad. I don't feel like that's the right way you should do is fire the fuck in trainers who didn't make the right calls in work fast enough and input cold water on them and didn't get him to the merger and fast enough. That's probably their job, not the shrimp condition coach's job. Also. Also sometimes shit happens, but they. Sometimes you're everybody's doing their job and somebody dies. And you know what I'm saying? Like that's gonna happen regardless how I will say this. That was my son. That's my family. Yeah, fucker fire corps that college. So I get why they're so upset, why you don't my football background when I when I read this argument, oh my God..
"jordan mcnair" Discussed on College Football Live
"There's not a practice field as a coach as a scout as a broadcaster into the player that I've ever been on. The didn't have the water buffalo, the Gatorade, the tent. It's about the people that are administering that and the people that are monitoring those student athletes to know when that tent needs to be utilized. It doesn't matter whether the tents out there doesn't matter whether it's a bunch of bales of ice out there. It's the neglect in the people involved in the health and the welfare of those student athletes. Yeah, it's good that they're making changes, but that's. Going to bring Jordan McNair back. And one thing that is worth noting is that this media Ville -bility was called about an hour before Matt Candida showed up. So this was kind of scrambled together last minute. So he's obviously trying to make a statement there. Molly among Curiel wanna put all the blame on that Canada, as opposed to the people that are involved in in publicity that university. First of all, after yesterday, don't put mad Canada out on the field with that silly looking head on, put him behind electoral with adult clothes and heaven deliver a message. So he was he I met Canada's a very good football coach, but he was really doing what they asked him to do. So I blame the university for not thinking about the optics as well, Tom, because that was a very important moment there today very important. And I think maybe more importantly, and you mentioned the tone in the words that came out of his mouth. I think all football coaches. Coaches in general, when you are involved in a rare set of circumstances as this is your best option when you're in front of that camera is to say, listen, my job is to steer direct and coach these kids and to get them to focus on the things that we can control. If we start worrying about things that we can't control, then I'm not doing my job and doing my best buy these student athletes and then just leave it at that. There's no, there's no need to go into the other stuff. Let everybody else speculate on that..
Maryland parts ways with strength and conditioning coach Rick Court amid football scandal
"More fallout at the university of Maryland over the, death of a football player in may nineteen year old. Jordan McNair suffered heatstroke income op During a practice in may he died two weeks later at the hospital now the team's strength coach has been fired along with the university's, athletic director speaking to reporters today interim head coach Matt Candida defended the. Teams practice practice culture our culture right now it's great our culture right now is also more kids are excited to practice excited. To play they love each other At times where we grieving for Jordan we are but our culture right now is. Really really good and Our staff is. Working continue to make it better the, head coach is on paid leave pending, the results of an
"jordan mcnair" Discussed on The Undefeated
"So guys, a lot of serious stuff going on and sports this week, Maryland football coach Detaille Durkin is on administrative leave after the death of Maryland player. Jordan McNair McNair died of heat stroke. He suffered during practice in which is nineteen years. Old sources say Durkan led a team that contributed to an environment based on fear intimidation, particularly assistant athletic director record who overlooked McNair, fatal practice, just in. I'm gonna start with you on this. How should Maryland handle this whole situation? I mean, it's such a very, very sensitive issue because it's one thing for a player to get seriously injured and even more so is one thing for like a player to get like paralyzed on something like this, but this this guy lost his life. You know, like this guy lost his life. That's something very, very serious and Hosh should Maryland handle it to be quite honest. And I'm gonna try to be sustained as possible like somebody has to lose their job over this and like most like multiple people because it was it was a, it was a gross. It was a gross example of negligence throughout the entire program and you can't. You can't really go back to what you were doing, what somebody loses their life. So I'm not sure how Maryland is going to handle it, but I don't expect. Everybody to have their not. And I'm not just talking about assistance. I'm talking about the head coach. I'm talking about the athletic director, you know it may. It may even go all the way up to like the president of the university. I don't know, but I just know that somebody's gonna have to fall on the sword on this because somebody's gonna have to. Teeth. I totally agree with that. To be honest with you. When you have this kind of culture, it's ingrained is not just by just saying, I'm going to get rid of the coach, and that's gonna be the end of it. You going to have to really dig through that staff and the athletic department and really figure out, you know where the breakdown in communication went and how far down the line does. This does this leave because it it's one thing to kind of have that tough guy. I mean, this sport is a sport in which we already know going into it. You gotta have that tough guy mentality, right? And you know, funny story which doesn't compare at all, but just kinda shows you the the the depths of this in some way. When you have kids who play football, you know how kids can do the smallest things, whether it's, you know, fall in in trip or something or scratched her leg up or something like that. You know? No, not them big, but they're kids. Right. And you'll have those parents that are on the side of who are, you know, who are like you are. Right? Get up. You straight. You don't be. Don't be so not only do you wonder when it comes to this of how far down the line does it go from a coaching aspect, but I also have to wonder, I mean, nobody is sending their kids to college to die, but how many parents, you know, may have been aware of this culture when they talked to the coaches or when they talked to, or you know, for whatever and and not to say that was cool it, but just figured, hey, I mean, it's a part of football. You on what I'm saying. So it's a lot of different angles that you have to look at when you think about this situation. Well, that's at least me to my next question. Is that a Maryland thing, like this whole situation? Is that a Maryland problem or is this a football problem? Because the whole culture of football, like you said t is, you know, be tough, get up..
"jordan mcnair" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"The Niro lamp in. Niro's creepy movie your kids in back. Yeah, I got come out wherever you got my son all the way in the back there we were just so desperate to get out of the house. And so that was our big night out, hey, let's go see the Cape fear. Well, who were gonna get to watch, you know, Jack, and I said, let's just bring him, and so you're going in. And then when you get them when you get the tickets, so you have to the person there who's taking your money. A. Yeah. What do you want to see to for Cape fear and then they immediately look at you and then he look at my wife and then they looked at the at the baby, like all right to for Cape fear, Matt Niwa joins us. Hi, Matt. When he had for me today. Hey, matt. Thanks matt. Seth in Indianapolis, I Seth. Hey, Dan, while this show man, thank you south. Six one and increasingly soft. One ninety five. So I wanted to weigh in on the sucker left side, sucker right side. Oh, okay. And I think I can speak for the fan base here that second left side is paulie fritzy. Yeah, sucker sucker right side is seeing and Nikola. Yeah, and I wanna make sure that I'm very firm. Suck it left side. Thanks man. Seth, is there a reason. Do I need to explain myself? Yeah, yeah, paulie. And Fritz. You're both curious here. No, no, they're great. I just I just think mclovin and Seton or are the best. So that's kind of where I come from. Oh, okay. Well, then why not say something positive about the right side instead to go right side? Yeah. Hey, love right side. Fair enough. I'll go with that from your own where we think positive around here. Thank you. So I don't know where you ever got that idea. Suck it callers about that. Thank you. So yes, both. Like I said, well, Curren in Maryland joins us, they Curran. Five eleven. And let's just say that my thought has stretch marks. It is. My question is how Hugh Jackson punish dantonio Calloway similar to how Maryland treated Jordan McNair and it's so outcome. It's not really getting any any puck or any coverage. Well, we brought it up. It's it's a different type of punishment, their current because you're having a kid run Jordan McNair and you could tell that he was in trouble. You know what happened with the Browns was not life or death. This turned out to be life and then death and that you know, you're running somebody, you can see the exhaustion. You can see that he's struggling. You know, playing Calloway's long as you did to punish him. You know, I'm surprised the NFL hasn't said something to Hugh Jackson about it. I don't think it looks good. When you say I'm going to punish you because you got pulled over traffic, stop in, you were found they found you with marijuana and a part of a gun, and then you go, I'm gonna show you. I'm gonna make you play the entire game against the giant Ivy surprised that there wasn't something said by the NFL players sociation. That's what I thought. Maybe somebody would say something about it. I eight, seven, seven, three DP show Email address teepee Dan, Patrick dot com. Aaron Rodgers still having to fend his comments to the young receivers. So Rogers is playing on the scout team with these younger players, and he called him out and he'd said, look, you know that that's a, we're not playing that way. That's that's embarrassing. Here's Aaron Rodgers. Still defending Aaron Rodgers. We can. You know, have your comments, read comments, not get offended. I think is a professional varmints not person. Do things I'm saying I don't have some been dead against any player. I care about winning number one, and I'm going to say, do the things that I feel like in advance us. It's going to be tough at some points. It's not a popularity contest all the time. Why is he still getting question on this? Is it a slow day, slow week. Now, the nose to talk about can't talk about his contract extension. What is it to me?.
Maryland president speaks on death of football player Jordan McNair
"A Wallace low the president of Maryland Held a press conference accepted responsibility for the death. Of the player the offense lineman who passed away due to heatstroke it appears that there was no Jordan McNair that there was no whatever. Plan was in place for something like this to happen wasn't followed and the president said that there will be two investigations how that happened and whether they're a toxic atmosphere of bullying in the coaching staff and. In the program led to that is what he had to say I want to address reported. Allegations that came out, recently on conduct, that is simply, inappropriate unacceptable bullying intimidation alleged bullying intimate alleged, education a student athletes and we. Are guided, by certain key values accountability of all employees of transparency and, yes a fair, process with regard to Geese allegations. Which are very serious, they are totally, inconsistent with what, we stand for and our values which is, about education preparing students for life. And to, be treated with respect and dignity You can motivate people pushed into limit without engaging complete behavior But these are allegations So we have to take, the ferry very seriously Well done president low you can motivate people push. Them to the limit without engaging in bullying behavior, every single coach at any level in any sport anywhere on this planet should have that, printed out and put
"jordan mcnair" Discussed on College Football Live
"Percent, white meat, five dollars fill up. Maryland announcing in a news conference that they have parted ways with strengthened conditioning coach, Rick court, and it was a very emotional scene in college park. Let's bring in our own Davis who joins us from his home Reese. What was your biggest takeaway from watching that news conference. A number of things that you guys have discussed already? Molly was remarkable to me the amount of accountability that Maryland took the apology that they offered and seemingly taking seemingly while low said they took legal responsibility as well as moral responsibility. I thought I thought that was the thing that jumped out more than anything else, the hesitation or not making other than record. I'm making any personnel moves probably surprised me a little bit, and that's not placing judgement on that. I guess I just insipid when they announced the news conference today that there would be some type of decision been reached on on personnel issues, whether it involved DJ Durkan or other people in the training staff, which according to president low and obviously made some grave errors in were were negligent in their duties of protecting the players Reese. You talk about. About taking responsibility. You heard that the president in the just met with Jordan McNair parents today. This was the first time that they issued a formal apology to his family, and all of this seems to becoming a little bit late. We're now two months separated from the nineteen year olds death. Was that surprising to you at all? What does that tell you about what's going on at Maryland. I don't know the, I understand people who say that they feel like it's a little late in perhaps was motivated by the article describing the culture at Maryland in the football program. But I'm hesitant to assign blame and say, it's too little too late, especially when it was a seemingly as genuine as it appeared to be from president low end from Damon, Evan. So I don't know what factors lead up to the not doing this immediately. Maybe it was, you know, just now concluded the the errors that were made and that led president voted feeling. This was the right time. I don't think Molly insured. I don't think there is a good time because there's no, there are no words, no apologies no settlement or no suit that going to bring Jordan McNair family, any real peace. In this situation, they've suffered a devastating loss and one that has rod. Gilmore said that they need not have suffered had a proper protocol in followed and had the training staff been more diligent and perhaps had the football program been in a better place in terms of the culture stab wished as it is. It comes to these workout says, you know, look as joing Emmanuel. Both rightly said this. It's not unusual for these to be tough for for there to be the warrior mentality trying to finish, but it is incumbent on training staff to protect the players, and they have to be vigilant and aware when someone is in distress that it's great to fight through and finish, but their first priority and they should be the final judge on this. By the way, the training staff, the medical professionals who are over helping overseas things along with the strength and conditioning people. They should be the final arbiter of when a guy needs to be pulled out. And I think that that we are close to have. Being some technology that would allow monitoring of body temperature or whatever it might be through variety of devices those should be implemented. And if the trained is of the of the medical professionals should be the final arbiter and they, they should be the ones to pull guys out and they should be the ones to administer the proper treatment immediately. And if those things have been done in Maryland, we would not have had this tragedy. Well, as eighty, Damon Evans says, there are changes that are happening at Maryland and how they practice. They have hydration stations, and they will also bring on extra staff members Reese. Thank you so much for your insight. We appreciate it. And now we bring in Heather dinner, which who is in college park, Maryland. She was just there for the news conference, Heather. What was your biggest takeaway from all of this..
NFL Updates: Tom Brady, Saquon Barkley, Gabe Wright
"Patriots quarterback Tom Brady says he'll make, his preseason debut and Thursday nights Super Bowl fifty two, rematch with the eagles giants rookie running back say Guan Barkley sat out today's practice after suffering a. Mild left hamstring strain on Monday dolphins receiver devante. Parker suffered a broken middle finger, in, practice the Redskins have cut veteran cornerback Orlando Scandic less than five months. After signing him to a two year, contract, the? Dolphins have way veteran defensive lineman Gabe right who during Monday's practice charged in blindsided running back Kenyan Drake while Drake's
FEMA claims it didn't treat Puerto Ricans differently
"Reporting thousands of Puerto Ricans whose homes were destroyed by hurricane Area last September are worried they'll soon be tossed out of, temporary shelters many of those Puerto Ricans are now. Part of a class action lawsuit it. Challenges famous decision to end its, transitional sheltering assistance program without a long-term plan for US citizens who will. Be homeless when federal aid runs out a Massachusetts, judge is scheduled to act. After hearing on the suit on August, thirty first advocacy groups say FEMA is ending the. Sheltering program too soon, they also say FEMA is an activating a long term housing program that used to help victims of Hurricane Katrina. And superstorm
"jordan mcnair" Discussed on GSMC Football Podcast
"Now there's there's looking at people as also scare tactic, whether there was an assistant in that in that in that program saw that saw Jordan McNair struggling and wanted to have them stop and wanted to have them stop and take a breather or get help. Get back to come more contemplation where he's obviously struggling finishes, workouts. What if you see you wanna do something you have head coach doesn't let you know, no, keep key. Let it he's gotta keep doing these coaches. They, it's power. Power corrupts absolute power corrupts absolutely. And he's head coaches. I know that's something you say with like old tyrannical kings. That's the analogy you would say, absolute power corrupts. Absolutely. That's why president. That's why there's three branches in our and our government. So nobody has power corrupts absolutely. Whether there was lack of oversight or scare tactics led the way, but record and DJ Dirk, and had absolute power seemingly in that program and to them -solutely. And it led to this and lead to a toxic coaching culture to players leaving the university players not enjoying their time. This is collegiate sports are to have fun. The point is how fun to enjoy yourself to to grow as a young man to grow in monks. Your peers runs. Your brethren into have a mentor as we have all these legendary coaches get so adored and loved and everything. And then you have just the the absolute opposite side. The flip side of just the us, we saw it at a rice, wasn't a Rucker is what the coach, the Basle coast flinging basketball's at each at his players and abusing them in unexcusable ways. And we're going to see you to get. We're seeing it again here and. I mean, obviously, I don't know what I hope I want to say. I hope I don't see more news come out with guarding Jordan McNair death and how points of the university. But honestly, some little small piece of me wants to say they need. I wanna find out that they really that they did it and they're going to get their due diligence. If we're gonna see for enough criminal charges drawn up or whatever's going to happen. There was a death at hand, and you cannot take lightly and the fact that now ESPN's finish their report and it's why we're just hearing about it. Now in August, even though obviously we heard about the death of doored McNair back when it happened in in July in June. ESPN did a very, very thorough investigation. A lot of a lot of interviews, a lot of hard work done by their by their teams, and they found out that this is toxic absolutely toxic, absolutely unexcusable and something that you can't have anywhere in this country at any football program at anytime, anywhere, anywhere, not even need oversee Maryland on even the smallest school in the smallest state in the smallest county. I don't care smallest high school, seven-man football. I don't care. We don't care. It's unexcusable country media, polish football community unacceptable. And that's what everybody thinks to Bill. Oh, and of course we have. The president of Maryland Wallace St. low time came out and a tweet on August eleventh which so that was on Saturday, and I'll reduce for you as this is what he says coated. I am. I am profoundly disturbed by the media reports of intimidating, conduct by Maryland football coaches, and staff today. AD admits has place head football coach, Dirk on administrative leave while a comprehensive examination is conducted. And there's a link to the actual, the actual press release and update on Maryland football. After that, attach that statement as well. So. Evans, the in his statement said, quotes, I'm extremely concerned by the allegation of acceptable behaviors by members of football, staff, detailed in recent media reports. The university, of course, is committed to the investigation in the program as well..
"jordan mcnair" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir
"All right, rob. Thanks so much. We turn here now to a police beating in Baltimore. Police officer suspended after video surfaced online, showing him repeatedly punching a man on the street, showing him down as well. The interim police Commissioner saying he is deeply disturbed by this video, here's agent banker. What you're seeing is being described as excessive use of force captured on video. Baltimore police, say desha McGregor was known by this officer who asked McGregor for his ide- look closely mcbrayer shout something, then slaps away the officers hand, and that's when the officer begins repeatedly punching McGregor in the head and body McGregor is pushed to the ground. The officer appears to pounce on top of him. Significantly personal. It was had nothing to do with serving and protecting Magritte's lawyer claims. The officer seen hitting him had previously arrested the old for assault and resisting arrest back in June, the video painful to watch for his family house angry. I was crying. I was hurt the level of force that was used with that. Autism was unnecessary. The mayor has posted on Twitter. I have seen the very disturbing video of an encounter between a Baltimore City police officer and Baltimore City resident and have demanded answers and accountability. Police suspended the officer immediately and ask for witnesses to come forward. We reached out to the Baltimore police union. They did not comment. I'll charges against McGregor in this recent incident were dropped police, say that this officer had only been on the force one year and they will be reviewing body Cam footage, Tom Badri banker with that very violent footage there. Adrian, thank you. New developments in the growing turmoil at the university of Maryland, the school, suspending football head, coach, DJ, Durkan. After player. Jordan McNair collapsed in practice and died of heatstroke, but there's family says the coach should be fired. Amid allegations of a toxic culture inside the football program. Here's ABC's Zachary cash. Just three weeks away from kicking off the new season, the university of Maryland. Now, placing head coach Las DJ, Durkin and three other athletic department staff members on Lear while the school investigates multiple allegations, detailed in an ESPN report. Following the June thirteenth, death of one of its players. Jordan McNair hyperventilating after exercising and unable to control it breath. Now, current and former players in staff including multiple anonymous sources are speaking with the SPN many alleged at the program flourished on fear and intimidation. He should be fired because of what happened for his role in it for the culture that he established. But others have come to Durkan's defense. I know DJ Dirk, and he worked for me for four years at the university of Florida. Tweets, people with respect statement. Maryland's athletic director said these alleged behaviors are not consistent with the values. I expect all of our staff to adhere to, and we must do better. ESPN is reporting that McNair was carried off the field by his teammates after running sprints with the body temperature of one hundred and six degrees. We reached out to the head coach for comment. But Tom, he has not responded a hundred and six degrees. Alright, Zachary thank you back down with a new type of transportation facing acts of vandalism. Some call at the next Uber, but other say, they're a nuisance dangerous and they're taking matters into their own hands. Here's ABC's Marcus more. It is a trend of travel that is growing across the country, electric scooters for rent a modern day. Uber. That's also creating headaches and aggrava-. Shen does littering the streets people riding on sidewalk. You got the jump out away. Some even committing acts of vigilante vandalism, setting them on fire and in California burying them in the sand people frustrated by the chaos created by their popular expansion. Some being abandoned on sidewalks and in some cities like here in l. a..
"jordan mcnair" Discussed on Dari and Mel
"By the way coming up in just a about fifteen minutes, the one and only Jay Bilas. More questions about the NC double a. as it pertains to the one and done rule, they seem to have. Caught some people off guard with something. So we'll dive into that with Jay here very shortly. But my Renison someone who covers college football. I know you've been all over the story as have heatherton each atom written Berg, Tom van Herren if you jumped on ESPN dot com. Earlier this morning on the front page, you would have seen something called the inside story of a toxic culture at Maryland football, and there was just an update to this, but it looks inside. Allegations of a toxic coaching culture under head coach DJ Durkan before they lost a teammate, offensive lineman. Jordan McNair died in June after a football workout. We are talking very serious allegations from many of those within the Maryland program, including a coaching environment based on fear and intimidation. An example of a player holding a meal while in a meeting had the meal slapped out of his hands in front of the team weights and other small objects thrown in the direction of players by strength trainer, verbal abuse, obscenity laced, epithets mocking players. Masculinity when they cannot compete a workout or complete a workout or a certain lift says, coaches have endorsed unhealthy eating habits and used food punitively like a player saying he was forced to overeat to the to the point of vomiting back to former. Terp staff member said, quote, I would never ever allow my child to be coached there. This is problematic. And now an update here, head football, athletic trainer. Wes Robinson and director of athletic training, Steve Nord. Well, Nord wall rather have been placed on administrative leave while the school continues to review the circumstances surrounding Jordan McNair, death that according to sources who've told ESPN this Myron, this is a problem. It's it's huge. It's again again, here we are few weeks away from the season. I, I wonder if durken will be added to that list at some point, the head coach in terms of the guys who are put on pay that ministry of leave since this all his happened under his watch. This is a horrifying Dr in to me, if you read through this store, there are a lot of things that make you go. My goodness there. Certainly, it would appear to be toxins cult, toxic culture in this program, the Jordan McNair situation and the allegations tied that directly are really troubling. If you believe the family attorney who says. The workout started on started at four fifteen in the afternoon at five o'clock is when he had a seizure and nine one one wasn't called until five fifty eight. Now Maryland disputes that time line. But if that's the case, that to me is the most troubling element of all this. When I look at programs like Maryland, when I look at programs that are saying, we've got to revitalize the culture or build a new culture. This kind of stuff happens due to the autonomy that college coaches, especially in football are afforded their told, listen, do whatever you gotta do to build up. This program will leave you alone. We'll let you do your thing. This is how these things go on checked. I also think that a part of this situation is if you bring a DJ Dirk and say, hey, we got a win and we got a win big. What are the limits of that? And I think guys like Durkan especially those old school guys, he worked for Harbaugh. He worked for the Meyer, hey, whatever we gotta do to get this team ready. I'm willing to do it and the guys who can't make it get them out of the program that old school in. Ability has led to some serious issues in a number of programs. Hopefully they'll change that after what we're seeing here now, yes, I, it has to change by the way McNair. Death ruled, the heatstroke has his body. Temperature was a hundred and six degrees. You know, another allegation here, one player that left the program. Oh, by the way, some twenty players have left the program in the relatively short time durken's been the head coach, but he said quote, they were trying to make me gain weight, really, really fast that involve me over eating a lot..