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  • 11 April 2019
    SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- Notre Dame?coach Brian Kelly said that four of the five players he disciplined in light of weekend arrests are back practicing with the football team, but their playing status is in the universitys hands.?Sophomore linebacker TeVon Coney, freshman receiver Kevin Stepherson, redshirt freshman Ashton White and sophomore running back Dexter Williams were arrested Friday night on misdemeanor marijuana charges. Stepherson and Williams were also charged with possession of a handgun without a license, also a misdemeanor.The fifth player,?senior safety Max Redfield, was dismissed from the team. He was also charged with marijuana possession and handgun possession.Kelly said Wednesday that he did not know who the gun belonged to, but explained his reaction when he heard the news about his players.Like any other father, I think my first one was disappointment, and that disappointment kind of moved on to embarrassment to the university, and then I was mad as hell, he said. Those are the three stages that I went through.In a statement Sunday, Kelly said he dismissed Redfield, and the other four players would be subject to internal team discipline, adding that their status could be affected by the legal and university processes.As I said in my statement, there could be further actions through the university, and that will have to take its course, Kelly said Wednesday after practice, in his first meeting with reporters since the incident. I think the university is certainly looking at all of these cases and will be certainly expediting or moving quickly through the process, but those matters are out of my hands. Ive dealt with it internally; theyve been handled within the program, and the rest will be about what the university does.Kelly said that senior cornerback Devin Butler, who was arrested early Saturday morning in a separate incident, is not currently part of any football-related activities. A not guilty plea was entered Wednesday on behalf of Butler, who was charged with felony counts of resisting law enforcement and battery against a public safety official.In a statement Saturday, Notre Dame vice president of communications Paul Browne said that any student charged with a felony was subject to dismissal.Kelly, who had suspended Butler indefinitely on Sunday, said the resolution of the players status will be expedited given the circumstances. Air Force 1 Sale NZ .7 million, one-year contract, a raise of $2.2 million. Wieters had asked for $8.75 million and the Orioles had offered $6. Nike Air Force 1 NZ . Here are his mid-season NBA awards. MVP: (KEVIN DURANT-Thunder) - Has been sensational this season and more importantly, the most consistent player in the league. Considering that his team has been without star guard Russell Westbrook and with the free agent departure of sharpshooter Kevin Martin, hes had to carry the majority of the load to not only keep his team afloat but more importantly, at an elite level. . Aduriz headed home Markel Susaetas cross in the sixth minute to open the scoring at San Mames Stadium. He bettered that with a long-range blast that went in off the goal frame in the 18th, and converted a penalty in the 72nd after Diego Mainz was sent off for fouling Aduriz with only the goalkeeper to beat. Nike Air Force 1 Outlet NZ . LOUIS -- Alexander Steen scored a power-play goal with 59. Nike Air Force 1 Cheap NZ .com) - The game was all punts and field goals before Kodi Whitfields catch. LEXINGTON, Ky. -- Evelyn Akhator had a career-high 28 points and 13 rebounds for her second double-double to start the season as No. 19 Kentucky defeated Albany 70-46 in the Kentucky Classic on Saturday.Akhator had 18 points and 10 rebounds as the Wildcats defeated No. 14 Miami 82-66 in their opener. She hit 10 of 15 shots against the Great Danes (0-1) and all eight of her free throws. She also had four blocks.Kentucky ended the second quarter with a 9-0 run to lead 336-19 at the half.dddddddddddd Albany held the Wildcats to three field goals in the third quarter, which included a drought of almost 7 minutes, but they made 10 of 11 free throws to push the lead to 19.Makayla Epps, who had 29 against Miami, was held to eight points but UK was 21 for 26 from the line and held Albany to 25 percent shooting. ' ' '