Tag Archives: Suspended

Gagg back at Coastal Carolina

Bobby Gagg back on the mound (Courtesy of CCU Media Relations)

Bobby Gagg back on the mound (Courtesy of CCU Media Relations)

Senior RHP Bobby Gagg has been granted a waiver by the Big South conference making him eligible for the 2009 season. He has a career record of 22-6 with a 2.90 ERA and 187 strikeouts in 273.1 innings over his first three seasons with the Chanticleers. His true breakout season was in 2007 when he went 12-2 with a 2.57 ERA and 84 strikeouts. He picked up Big South Pitcher of the Year and was named a Second-team All-American by Collegiate Baseball. Last season, Gagg had a 6-3 record with a 3.28 ERA while only walking 10 batters in 85 innings pitched. Continue reading

Florida’s Stephen Locke charged with DUI

GatorSports.com is reporting that senior lefthanded pitcher Stephen Locke has been charged with a DUI after being arrested early Sunday morning. According to the police report, Locke was seen in a black Mercury SUV crossing a double solid yellow line nearly missing on-coming traffic. The officer pulled over the vehicle where Locke had a strong smell of alcohol and had to use his vehicle to steady himself as he left it. Locke then proceeded to refuse to take a sobriety test which caused him to be taken into custody and taken to the Alachua County jail. Continue reading

CBB Opinion on Augie Garrido Situation

Yesterday, we saw the news that Texas suspended legendary head coach Augie Garrido for the first four games of the 2009 season after picking up a DWI last week. I believe this is absolutely a horrible decision by the University of Texas to only suspend him for those games. Would Augie have suspended one of his players for only four games of the season for doing the same thing? I don’t think so. Continue reading

Andrew Oliver Case Update

The Andrew Oliver case against the NCAA finished yesterday January 13th according to court records obtained by The College Baseball Blog. The judge ended up taking the case under advisement and ordered both parties to file findings of fact and conclusions of law by January 23rd. After that, he will deliberate the case and issue an opinion in a week or two. We should see a decision at the end of January or at the beginning of February. Continue reading

SportsAgentBlog.com talks about Andrew Oliver

My good buddy Darren Heitner who is the founder of SportsAgentBlog.com continues his extensive coverage of the Andrew Oliver situation. Heitner is currently in law school and his information on the Oliver situation is always from the legal perspective. He is of the belief that Oliver should be able to play in the 2009 season based on the information that he has received which includes legal documents in the case. Continue reading