The Comeback: Today’s Top Sports Stories & Reactions
"The complaint has no validity as to Coach Fitzgerald and we will aggressively defend against these allegations with facts and evidence."
"As a result of BOA’s wrongful detention of Urban Echo’s property, Urban Echo has suffered damages."
"UGA and UGAAA agents and employees negligently hired, supervised, trained, and retained LeCroy."
"These statements were false, and Counter-Defendant had actual knowledge of their falsehood or had reckless disregard for the truth."
This could cost the NCAA up to $1 billion.
Diggs is reportedly being sued by his former landlord for over $33,500 in unpaid rent and late fees.
"Only with the greatest reluctance and after many years of trying to avoid this did Gary have to enforce his rights in this way."
"The lawsuit states that on the night of her death, Stanford 'negligently and recklessly' sent her the formal disciplinary notice that 'contained threatening language regarding sanctions and potential 'removal from the university.'"
Another massage therapist claims Watson "sought out sex-related acts during a massage therapy appointment."
A key part of this lawsuit involves 20 tested Subway tuna samples, with results of 19 with "no detectable tuna DNA sequences," 20 with chicken DNA, 11 with pork DNA, and seven with cattle DNA.
"C.C. was forced to manually pry the monkey's jaw open. There was so much blood that C.C. was unable to see the full extent of the injury."
In addition to the Angels as a whole, long-time team executives Eric Kay and Tim Mead have also been named as defendants.
This lawsuit is filed against Penn State, head coach James Franklin, and defensive tackle Damion Barber.
At a recruiting event before Cade Mays committed to Georgia, his father Kevin had part of his pinky finger severed by a folding chair. Kevin Mays is now suing UGA.