In high school, his coaches became surrogate parents to him. Donahoe would not have still been wrestling for Nebraska under any circumstances, according to Manning, who finally broke his silence on the subject this spring. So, if anything, it'd be their problem," Jordan says. Paul Donahoe and Kenny Jordan have been dismissed from the University of Nebraska wrestling team after posing nude for a gay pornography site based in Los Angeles, the Cornhuskers announced Tuesday. Michael Fabiano sings out as La boheme returns to Lyric. Yet that isn't how Manning characterized Donahoe when the coach brought the Web site photos to the attention of his boss. All the coaches would be sitting there and to tell us to come in with a pocketful of money.
Other Nebraska athletes have committed more serious transgressions -- hurt people, put people's lives in danger -- and didn't get dismissed, he says.
They issued a vague press announcement and hinted that Donahoe and Jordan had some prior issues, but didn't provide details. Neither Manning nor Osborne would elaborate, but both of them insist there is more to Donahoe's history in Lincoln than he lets on. Lincoln police records show Donahoe was arrested on April 13,for hosting a loud house party and becoming confrontational with police officers. A phone call from a parent tipped university officials off to nude photos and video of Donahoe on Fratmen. When "Outside the Lines" followed up with Donahoe in May on the contention about NCAA violations he made so emphatically seven weeks earlier, he appeared to have developed a bout of amnesia, saying as he smiled and laughed, "I said that? Donahoe says he had offers from at least The Slammed and Unslammed.
Six titles tougher than players' streaks Houston Rockets. There is precedent for that at Nebraska, according to Donahoe. Ryan and Alex Play the Funks in Pure. We're going to try to do the right thing, and we're going to try to help them. Donahoe left Lincoln the day after he was dismissed, and Manning's burden quickly became an opportunity for Tim Flynn, head coach at Edinboro University in northwestern Pennsylvania. Life's a Drag for Madison Beer.