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jbcarol

Re: The 2018 Fulmer Cup
« Reply #50 on: July 27, 2018, 06:28:39 am »

Kevin Brockway@gatorhoops

Mullen issues statement on report involving police, eight UF football players http://www.gatorsports.com/2018/07/mullen-issues-statement-on-report-involving-police-six-uf-football-players … via @GatorSports.com


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Multiple football players continue to face possible disciplinary action from the University of Florida following an on-campus confrontation involving airsoft rifles.

After contents of a University Police Department report, first obtained by First Coast News in Jacksonville, were revealed Wednesday night, Florida coach Dan Mullen issued a statement Thursday on the 10 players named in the report.

“We were made aware of the incident when it occurred and immediately began following campus protocol,” the statement read. “This has been an opportunity for us to educate our players about the dangers and negative perceptions that can occur when conflict arises, and how important honesty and good decision making is.”

According to the UPD report, seven UF players were involved in an altercation at Keys Residential Complex on the evening of May 28. Police were called to the scene after a witness reported seeing a suspicious person in the area. Upon arriving, the police report states officers saw more than 10 people arguing and holding “weapons that resemble assault rifles.”

The police report largely hinges on an account from an alleged gambler in the Gainesville area named Devante Zachery, 21, who told UPD he had a friendship with UF redshirt senior tight end C’yontai Lewis that Zachery described as a “good relationship” when “the football team was winning” but would turn sour when Florida lost. Zachery, also known as “Tay Bang”, would call Lewis and the team “garbage”, according to the report, and would complain about losing money after betting on UF football games.

The report states that on the night of May 28, Zachery and his friends waited for Lewis and several UF football players — including freshman quarterback Emory Jones, wide receivers Rick Wells, Kadarius Toney and Tyrie Cleveland, defensive tackle Kyree Campbell and tight end Kemore Gamble — at the Keys Residential Complex.

Upon seeing Zachery, the football players left the scene and returned soon after holding what Zachery described as “some sort of assault rifle,” noting others were holding rocks and, in one case, a frying pan. A UF player later told UPD that a member of Zachery’s group held a baseball bat and threatened he would “spray” the players if they came any closer.

The police report indicates that freshman linebacker David Reese, in addition to defensive back Trey Dean, who is roommates with Jones, were interviewed by investigators after it was determined both, while uninvolved, were at Jones’ dorm room during the night of the incident.

After returning to his residence hall from a trip to Atlanta, Dean said he noticed “several black males standing outside the building by their vehicles” and they asked Dean if he was a football player, to which he responded “no”. Dean said he could hear the males talking about Jones, leading him to ask Jones if the males outside were Jones’ family members. Dean told investigators he later “observed one of the individuals (with Zachery) with a gun so they all got low to the floor”.

While searching for evidence to corroborate the report, UPD officers didn’t find any bullets at the scene but did find the frying pan that “was seen on camera being used” by one of the football players, later identified as Lewis. Zachery later told UPD investigators that Lewis and Luke Ancrum where “the main culprits in the dispute”, a feud Zachery told investigators started as playful but soon escalated in February. Police determined Ancrum had no role in the altercation.
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Re: The 2018 Fulmer Cup
« Reply #51 on: July 28, 2018, 07:15:57 am »

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jbcarol

Re: The 2018 Fulmer Cup
« Reply #52 on: July 28, 2018, 07:33:05 am »

Jesse Simonton@JesseReSimonton

NEWS: Jeremy Pruitt said Tennessee wouldn’t “condone or tolerate” domestic violence last week at SEC Media Days, and now the Vols have dismissed OLB Ryan Thaxton, who was arrested last week on two charges.
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Re: The 2018 Fulmer Cup
« Reply #53 on: July 28, 2018, 03:55:27 pm »

The Fulmer Cup@TheFulmerCup

Texas LB Demarco Boyd charged with misdemeanor assault following a car crash, suspended from team activities: https://www.burntorangenation.com/2018/7/26/17619810/demarco-boyd-suspended-texas-longhorns-arrest-assault
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Re: The 2018 Fulmer Cup
« Reply #55 on: August 09, 2018, 06:25:41 am »

The Fulmer Cup@TheFulmerCup
 Aug 7

Your July 2018 #FulmerCup Standings—it’s been a quiet season (it takes 2 offenders to count in the team competition): https://old.reddit.com/r/TheFulmerCup/comments/95ewch/fulmer_cup_standings_july_2018/
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Re: The 2018 Fulmer Cup
« Reply #56 on: August 09, 2018, 06:26:17 am »

The Fulmer Cup@TheFulmerCup
 7h7 hours ago

In one of the closest calls we’ve had: LSU LB Tyler Taylor arrested in May for reportedly serving as the getaway driver in a pawn shop burglary—but the January incident was 2:45am the day of the title game, thus before the #FulmerCup season, thus no pts:
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Re: The 2018 Fulmer Cup
« Reply #57 on: August 12, 2018, 03:23:08 pm »

Kevin Brockway@gatorhoops

Mullen issues statement on report involving police, eight UF football players http://www.gatorsports.com/2018/07/mullen-issues-statement-on-report-involving-police-six-uf-football-players … via @GatorSports.com

I can it now: a lawyer for the player accused of bringing the frying pan to the gathering asks a prosecution witness to prove that THIS particular frying pan above all others in the world was indeed the alleged assault weapon. "If the pan does not fry then to the defendant you must say "Bye, bye".

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