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    Re: Big Sky Conference Establishes Serious Misconduct Rule

    Quote Originally Posted by Redbird 4th & short View Post
    I'll just put this here.

    https://www.pantagraph.com/sports/co...bedc1f749.html

    Spack just dismissed our best defensive player, OLB Tyree Horton .. likely all conference, potential all American, graduated on time, 4 star HS recruit ... he's gone .. and for more than 20 seconds of a practice. Many more examples like this from Spack than the isolated case of Coprich. But I know .. this doesn't fit the picture people like you so eagerly want to paint of Spack's football program.

    Oh .. and we're now down to 1 returning starter on defense ... and Spack dismissed him anyway.




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    Re: Big Sky Conference Establishes Serious Misconduct Rule

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    I've asked twice before, so I will ask a 3rd time ... and seriously ... how old are you with sh-t like this ? Seriously, I feel like I'm back in middle school.

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    Re: Big Sky Conference Establishes Serious Misconduct Rule

    So if this had been implemented before the season started would Calhoun been not allowed to play or practice?
    He has plead guilt to punching a guy at a bar and knocking his teeth out.
    As it is the griz only suspended him for 2 games.

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    Big Sky Conference Establishes Serious Misconduct Rule


    http://www.bigskyconf.com/news/2018/6/4 ... -rule.aspx
    Serious Misconduct Rule: A current or prospective student-athlete who has been convicted of or pled guilty or no contest to a felony or misdemeanor involving Serious Misconduct, or has been subject to official University or athletic department disciplinary action at any time during enrollment at any collegiate institution (excluding limited discipline applied by a sports team or temporary disciplinary action during an investigation) due to Serious Misconduct shall not be eligible for athletically-related financial aid, practice or competition at a Big Sky member institution. For purposes of this provision, “serious misconduct” is defined as any act of sexual violence, domestic violence, dating violence, stalking, sexual exploitation, or any assault that employs the use of a deadly weapon or causes serious bodily injury.

    The rule is effective for all prospective student-athletes beginning with the December 19, 2019, signing period. For all other student-athletes, the rule will go into effect beginning with the 2019-20 academic year. In unique and compelling cases, an institution may request a waiver of the Serious Misconduct Rule. If a waiver is requested, an institutional panel of individuals outside of the athletic department will review and determine if the request warrants approval.

    The Serious Misconduct Rule is another step that the Big Sky has taken to help positively shape the student-athlete experience. The Big Sky has hosted a health and wellness symposium over the last five years with topics that addressed mental health needs of student-athletes, stress management, mentoring those that have alcohol and drug issues, bystander intervention, and sexual assault prevention on campuses.

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    Re: Big Sky Conference Establishes Serious Misconduct Rule

    Quote Originally Posted by wapiti View Post
    So if this had been implemented before the season started would Calhoun been not allowed to play or practice?
    He has plead guilt to punching a guy at a bar and knocking his teeth out.
    As it is the griz only suspended him for 2 games.
    It seems like he would have had his scholarship pulled.

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    Re: Big Sky Conference Establishes Serious Misconduct Rule

    Quote Originally Posted by BadlandsGrizFan View Post
    It seems like he would have had his scholarship pulled.
    Are you saying the griz did pull his scholarship? or that is all that would have happened to him under this new rule?

    The rule says: shall not be eligible for athletically-related financial aid, practice or competition at a Big Sky member institution.


    Will the griz do the right thing and suspend him from the team?

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    Re: Big Sky Conference Establishes Serious Misconduct Rule

    Quote Originally Posted by wapiti View Post
    Are you saying the griz did pull his scholarship? or that is all that would have happened to him under this new rule?

    The rule says: shall not be eligible for athletically-related financial aid, practice or competition at a Big Sky member institution.


    Will the griz do the right thing and suspend him from the team?
    This new rule goes into affect beginning with the 2019/20 school year, for student-athletes already on campus. At this point, there is no rule that dictates he is ineligible for practice, although I would be surprised if he plays for the Griz in the near future.
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    Re: Big Sky Conference Establishes Serious Misconduct Rule

    Quote Originally Posted by wapiti View Post
    Are you saying the griz did pull his scholarship? or that is all that would have happened to him under this new rule?

    The rule says: shall not be eligible for athletically-related financial aid, practice or competition at a Big Sky member institution.


    Will the griz do the right thing and suspend him from the team?
    I dunno, are the Cats gonna pull Yates' scholarship? I drive these Bozeman roads with my kids and his truck is a deadly weapon

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    Re: Big Sky Conference Establishes Serious Misconduct Rule

    Quote Originally Posted by Silenoz View Post
    I dunno, are the Cats gonna pull Yates' scholarship? I drive these Bozeman roads with my kids and his truck is a deadly weapon
    Silly Noise, What Yates did was wrong, but it does not qualify under this new rule.

    I would be surprised if the griz suspended Calhoun. Another griz player knocked a guy out at a party in Pullman and was sent to the hospital with a serious concussion and all the griz did was suspend the player from a game or two. The griz seem to have a history of being light on punishment.

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    Re: Big Sky Conference Establishes Serious Misconduct Rule

    Quote Originally Posted by wapiti View Post
    Silly Noise, What Yates did was wrong, but it does not qualify under this new rule.

    I would be surprised if the griz suspended Calhoun. Another griz player knocked a guy out at a party in Pullman and was sent to the hospital with a serious concussion and all the griz did was suspend the player from a game or two. The griz seem to have a history of being light on punishment.
    I don't believe Calhoun's transgressions apply under this new rule, either.

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