From Comcast SportsNetST. LOUIS (AP) -- Ten football players at Southeast Missouri State University may face discipline from the university for allegedly hazing teammates, but they will not face criminal charges, the university said Thursday.The university said in a statement that players wrapped the arms, legs and mouths of some teammates in duct tape, then carried them from the locker room to the field last Friday at Houck Stadium in Cape Girardeau. Two of the players were duct-taped together at their waists and legs, the university said.The incident lasted about 10 minutes before players removed the tape, the university said. No one was hurt. It wasn't clear how many players were victims of the alleged hazing.Names of the students involved have not been released.The Cape Girardeau County prosecuting attorney's office declined to press charges. But the university said its Office of Student Conduct is reviewing because hazing is prohibited. It wasn't clear when that review would be completed or what sort of discipline those involved may face. The university cited privacy requirements in declining further comment.The university took on a strict anti-hazing policy in 1994 after a fatal hazing at a fraternity. Student Michael Davis died from a severe beating while he was pledging the Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity. Seven members of the fraternity eventually pleaded guilty or were convicted of involuntary manslaughter.
We all remember Joakim Noah's twisty-turny tornado shooting style from the free-throw line.
It was funny, and it worked better than you might expect, with Noah's unconventional shooting style from the charity stripe going through the net better than 73 percent of the time over a five-season span from 2009-10 to 2013-14.
But things haven't gone so well there for Noah in his first season with the New York Knicks. Entering Monday night's game, Noah was shooting just 42.9 percent from the free-throw line.
Well, things might've hit rock bottom Monday, with this nasty-looking free-throw try from Noah that missed everything.
Take a look:
Just....wow. 😬 pic.twitter.com/BdGNKN0kNF— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) January 24, 2017
Say it ain't so, Jo.
The Blackhawks have won three Stanley Cups since 2010, and have eliminated the Minnesota Wild from the playoffs three times from 2013-15.
But it's the Wild that NHL coaches believe will win the Western Conference this season as we approach the trade deadline.
In his annual midseason poll, TSN's Bob McKenzie surveyed 25 of 30 coaches to vote on multiple categories, such as the league's best player and the team most likely to win it all.
According to the survey, 11 coaches predicted the Wild will win the West while the Blackhawks and Sharks tied for second with four votes.
As for winning the Stanley Cup, the Washington Capitals are the favorite, earning 10 votes, followed closely by the reigning champion Pittsburgh Penguins with eight. The Wild and Blackhawks rounded out the poll with three and two votes, respectively.
Joel Quenneville earned one vote as the NHL's best coach, which is three fewer votes than he had last year, despite this year being arguably his most challenging — and best — coaching job since arriving in Chicago, given the youth on the roster.