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    Hurricanes suspend Moore indefinitely
    BY SUSAN MILLER DEGNAN
    [email protected]

    University of Miami wide receiver Ryan Moore has been suspended indefinitely by coach Larry Coker.

    Coker told reporters after Saturday's UM Football practice that Moore's suspension was for violating team policy. Moore already had been suspended for the first two games of the season.

    Coker said the suspension could still be lifted depending on what coaches learn about the situation that prompted the punishment.

    Moore is a fifth-year senior who opted to return to the Hurricanes instead of turning pro early.


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    Moore is unfortunately just another in the long line of football players with immense talent that is held back by a combination of bad attitude, no work ethic and foolish behavior.

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      Re: Hurricanes suspend Moore indefinitely

      Originally posted by AvengerRam View Post
      Moore is unfortunately just another in the long line of football players with immense talent that is held back by a combination of bad attitude, no work ethic and foolish behavior.
      Nice description of the Hurricane's Roster (past & present)

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        Originally posted by SFCRam Fan View Post
        Nice description of the Hurricane's Roster (past & present)
        Whoa there buddy! You just went way over the line there, me being a UM fan for life I got to say you just went to far that time, ok ill admit we have had selct players like this before man but comon that's just too far, and may I ask your favorite college team?
        Built RAM tough

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          Re: Hurricanes suspend Moore indefinitely

          Originally posted by ramsplaya16 View Post
          Whoa there buddy! You just went way over the line there, me being a UM fan for life I got to say you just went to far that time, ok ill admit we have had selct players like this before man but comon that's just too far, and may I ask your favorite college team?
          Easy bud...It's all good. I'm just razzing Av about his Canes. We do that type of thing around here to keep things light and lively. I went to a small college myself between enlistments just to get a degree, so I have no real allegiance to any college team; although I thoroughly enjoy watching all college football games. It is just done in fun; no real harm intended.
          Last edited by SFCRamFan; -09-03-2006, 10:08 PM.

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          • DJRamFan
            Miami suspends ANOTHER player: Rolle
            by DJRamFan
            July 13, 2004
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            MIAMI -- Miami Hurricanes cornerback Antrel Rolle was suspended indefinitely Tuesday by coach Larry Coker after being charged this weekend with battery on a police officer.

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            According to a police complaint, Rolle was involved in a fight in a street near campus early Sunday morning and resisted arrest, cursing and swinging his arms in an attempt to free himself and forcing officers to call for backup help.

            Along with the felony charge, Rolle was charged with disorderly conduct and resisting an officer without violence, both misdemeanors.

            "We take these accusations very seriously," Coker said in a statement announcing that Rolle had been suspended.

            Rolle bonded out of jail and is scheduled for a court appearance Aug. 2.

            He was expected to be one of the Hurricanes' top players after deciding in January to return for his senior season.

            His father, Alexander, is chief of police in nearby Homestead.

            The Hurricanes open the season Sept. 6 against Florida State.



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            -07-14-2004, 02:47 PM
          • Milan
            Thurman Denied
            by Milan
            Thurman has been suspended for 2 years for his 2 DUIs.

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            By GEOFF HOBSON
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            Thurman had been expecting to be reinstated in time for the start of training camp, which opens Thursday with the Bengals reporting in preparation for Friday's first practice. For the past month, Safarrah Lawson, one of Thurman's representatives, has been saying that Thurman met all the requirements of the league's substance abuse policy.

            That's BS. Two years for DUIs.
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          • ramsplaya16
            Coker Fired!!!!!
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          • DJRamFan
            Thirteen Ball State Players Suspended
            by DJRamFan
            All will miss Saturday's season opener against No. 11 Iowa.

            Sept. 2, 2005


            MUNCIE, Ind. (AP) - Thirteen Ball State players, more than half of them projected starters, were suspended for Saturday's season-opening game at No. 11 Iowa in a continuing investigation of NCAA violations.

            The university said Friday that 43 athletes in six sports improperly used a book loan program to obtain textbooks not required for their own courses or received improperly obtained textbooks from other players.

            The violations were discovered last spring and were reported to the NCAA, which has not yet taken action.

            The football players, and three volleyball players who also were suspended, are the only athletes identified by the university, so far.

            "As soon as we became aware of irregularities with book loans for a few student-athletes for the 2004-05 academic year through regular business review, we chose to examine the records for all 186 student-athletes who received financial aid for books that year," athletic director Bubba Cunningham said.

            He said the NCAA reviewed a report by Ball State this summer and recommended expanding the investigation to previous years and with different types of records.

            "We are working as quickly as we can to move ahead on their recommendations," Cunningham said.

            The football players suspended for Saturday's game include the top returning rusher from last season, Charles Wynn, and the top returning receiver, Bryan Williamson. Others listed as starters on the Cardinals' pre-game depth chart are defensive ends Cortlan Booker and Temidayo Macarthy, defensive backs David Gater and Randell Means, defensive tackle Tom Kellar, offensive guard Justin Schneider.

            Also suspended were linebackers Donta Smith and David Denham, receiver Louis Johnson, defensive end Amara Koroma and defensive back Lavell Mosley.

            Ball State also suspended volleyball players Stephanie Bacan, Rachel Refenes and Kristin Westhof for the Michigan State Invitational on Saturday and Sunday.







            Since the violations were discovered, Cunningham said, the university has tightened its policies on book loans, including a separate checkout counter for athletes.

            Under the book loan program, athletes whose financial aid covers books for required courses receive books on loan from the university at the beginning of the semester. The books are returned to the bookstore at the end of the semester.
            -09-02-2005, 09:13 PM
          • DJRamFan
            State drops assault charges against 'Canes CB Rolle
            by DJRamFan
            Aug. 2, 2004
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            MIAMI -- Hurricanes cornerback Antrel Rolle won't be tried for allegedly striking a police officer, and was reinstated to the team.

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            Coach Larry Coker had indefinitely suspended Rolle after his arrest.

            "I am extremely pleased that there has been a positive resolution to the issue," Coker said in a statement Monday.

            Assistant State Attorney Michael Grieco said that while the arrest was "valid," Rolle's "post-arrest contrition and lack of criminal history" led to the decision to drop the case. The physical contact between Rolle and the officer was "merely incidental," Grieco said.

            Rolle -- whose father is chief of police in nearby Homestead -- also participated in an ride-along with Miami-Dade County police "during active nightlife hours," gaining an appreciation for officers' work, Grieco said.

            According to a police complaint, Rolle was involved in a fight in a street near campus earlier this month and resisted arrest, cursing and swinging his arms in an attempt to free himself and forcing officers to call for backup help.

            Along with the felony charge, Rolle was charged with disorderly conduct and resisting an officer without violence, both misdemeanors. He was suspended indefinitely from the team after the arrest.

            University spokesman Rick Korch said Monday that Rolle will be reinstated, though he was not sure when.

            Rolle was in court Monday with family members, including his father. They left the courtroom quickly without comment. Last season, Rolle was second on the team with two interceptions and finished sixth on the team with 47 tackles.

            Miami last week decided to admit star recruit Willie Williams, a 6-foot-2, 225-pound linebacker who had not disclosed his lengthy arrest record when he agreed to join the Hurricanes. The school said Williams would have to abide by several special academic conditions.

            Williams pleaded no contest earlier this summer in two separate incidents that occurred during a recruiting trip to the University of Florida. He was charged with setting off fire extinguishers at his hotel and a misdemeanor battery charge for hugging a woman without consent.


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            -08-02-2004, 04:21 PM
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