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mike macintyre contract approval on hold


boulder— the university of colorado’s regents plan to postpone a vote on whether football coach mike macintyre should get a contract extension and a raise as they await the results of an external investigation into cu’s handling of domestic violence allegations against a former assistant coach.in early january, the athletic department announced that macintyre had signed a $16.25 million contract extension through 2021, noting that the deal was subject to approval by the board of regents.the board had planned to take up the contract extension at its regular meeting this week on the boulder campus, but instead plans to vote on it at some later date, after the regents better understand how top university officials acted upon learning of the allegations against joe tumpkin.“the university is g






cu sees potential in ncaa council making changes to recruiting


significant changes to the ncaa’s football recruiting model could lead to an early signing period that several coaches, including colorado’s mike macintyre, have wanted for years.during its meeting in indianapolis on thursday and friday, the ncaa division i council approved several changes to the recruiting calendar, voted to eliminate two-a-day practices, and approved the hiring of a 10th assistant coach in football.“i think they’re all good rules,” macintyre said in a press release from cu. “they should be productive and good for everyone involved.”pending approval from the college commissioners association, the division i council made a change in its recruiting calendar to add an early signing period in december, in addition to the february signing period.march 20, 2017 ralphie iv, reti






how twitter made #therise of colorado buffaloes football a self-fulfilling proph


boulder — “look,” colorado football coach mike macintyre told me, punching up a video on his cell phone. “the legend is real. you’ve got to see this.”what i saw next defied gravity. the sports video playing in the palm of macintyre’s hand showed a 338-pound colorado springs teenager named jalen sami launching from the basketball court and rattling the rim with a thunderous dunk.“he almost wind-milled it!” exclaimed macintyre, marveling at the athleticism from a defensive lineman joining the buffaloes with colorado’s highly-touted 2017 recruiting cl .as certain as a 338-pound d-lineman can dunk, the rise of cu football is real.how did it happen? well, long before colorado upset stanford, shocked pac-12 rivals by qualifying for the conference championship game or signed a top-30 recruiting c






how twitter made #therise of colorado buffaloes football a self-fulfilling proph


boulder — “look,” colorado football coach mike macintyre told me, punching up a video on his cell phone. “the legend is real. you’ve got to see this.”what i saw next defied gravity. the sports video playing in the palm of macintyre’s hand showed a 338-pound colorado springs teenager named jalen sami launching from the basketball court and rattling the rim with a thunderous dunk.“he almost wind-milled it!” exclaimed macintyre, marveling at the athleticism from a defensive lineman joining the buffaloes with colorado’s highly-touted 2017 recruiting cl .as certain as a 338-pound d-lineman can dunk, the rise of cu football is real.how did it happen? well, long before colorado upset stanford, shocked pac-12 rivals by qualifying for the conference championship game or signed a top-30 recruiting c






jcc threats symbolic of a rise in hate crimes


closeskip in skipxembedxshare the jewish community center in brighton was temporarily evacuated tuesday after a bomb threat was reported. tina macintyre-yeebrighton police with the help from new york state police, monroe county sheriff’s office, police dogs and the fbi searched the 180,000-square-foot-facility.(photo: tina macintyre-yee/@tyee23/staff photographer) 32 connectlinkedinemailmorerochester, n.y. — a downward trend of anti-semitic crimes has apparently changed, with increases in the bias-driven incidents in 2016 and a recent spate this year of bomb threats and vandalism at jewish cemeteries, experts say."2015 marked the end of ... a long-term decline in anti-semitic hate crimes," brian levin, the director of the california-based center for the study of hate & extremism, said tues






jcc threats symbolic of a rise in hate crimes


closeskip in skipxembedxshare the jewish community center in brighton was temporarily evacuated tuesday after a bomb threat was reported. tina macintyre-yeebrighton police with the help from new york state police, monroe county sheriff’s office, police dogs and the fbi searched the 180,000-square-foot-facility.(photo: tina macintyre-yee/@tyee23/staff photographer) 32 connectlinkedinemailmorerochester, n.y. — a downward trend of anti-semitic crimes has apparently changed, with increases in the bias-driven incidents in 2016 and a recent spate this year of bomb threats and vandalism at jewish cemeteries, experts say."2015 marked the end of ... a long-term decline in anti-semitic hate crimes," brian levin, the director of the california-based center for the study of hate & extremism, said tues






jcc threats symbolic of a rise in hate crimes


closeskip in skipxembedxshare the jewish community center in brighton was temporarily evacuated tuesday after a bomb threat was reported. tina macintyre-yeebrighton police with the help from new york state police, monroe county sheriff’s office, police dogs and the fbi searched the 180,000-square-foot-facility.(photo: tina macintyre-yee/@tyee23/staff photographer) 32 connectlinkedinemailmorerochester, n.y. — a downward trend of anti-semitic crimes has apparently changed, with increases in the bias-driven incidents in 2016 and a recent spate this year of bomb threats and vandalism at jewish cemeteries, experts say."2015 marked the end of ... a long-term decline in anti-semitic hate crimes," brian levin, the director of the california-based center for the study of hate & extremism, said tues






jcc threats symbolic of a rise in hate crimes


closeskip in skipxembedxshare the jewish community center in brighton was temporarily evacuated tuesday after a bomb threat was reported. tina macintyre-yeebrighton police with the help from new york state police, monroe county sheriff’s office, police dogs and the fbi searched the 180,000-square-foot-facility.(photo: tina macintyre-yee/@tyee23/staff photographer) 32 connectlinkedinemailmorerochester, n.y. — a downward trend of anti-semitic crimes has apparently changed, with increases in the bias-driven incidents in 2016 and a recent spate this year of bomb threats and vandalism at jewish cemeteries, experts say."2015 marked the end of ... a long-term decline in anti-semitic hate crimes," brian levin, the director of the california-based center for the study of hate & extremism, said tues






jcc threats symbolic of a rise in hate crimes


closeskip in skipxembedxshare the jewish community center in brighton was temporarily evacuated tuesday after a bomb threat was reported. tina macintyre-yeebrighton police with the help from new york state police, monroe county sheriff’s office, police dogs and the fbi searched the 180,000-square-foot-facility.(photo: tina macintyre-yee/@tyee23/staff photographer) 32 connectlinkedinemailmorerochester, n.y. — a downward trend of anti-semitic crimes has apparently changed, with increases in the bias-driven incidents in 2016 and a recent spate this year of bomb threats and vandalism at jewish cemeteries, experts say."2015 marked the end of ... a long-term decline in anti-semitic hate crimes," brian levin, the director of the california-based center for the study of hate & extremism, said tues






jcc threats symbolic of a rise in hate crimes


closeskip in skipxembedxshare the jewish community center in brighton was temporarily evacuated tuesday after a bomb threat was reported. tina macintyre-yeebrighton police with the help from new york state police, monroe county sheriff’s office, police dogs and the fbi searched the 180,000-square-foot-facility.(photo: tina macintyre-yee/@tyee23/staff photographer) 34 connectlinkedinemailmorerochester, n.y. — a downward trend of anti-semitic crimes has apparently changed, with increases in the bias-driven incidents in 2016 and a recent spate this year of bomb threats and vandalism at jewish cemeteries, experts say."2015 marked the end of ... a long-term decline in anti-semitic hate crimes," brian levin, the director of the california-based center for the study of hate & extremism, said tues






jcc threats symbolic of a rise in hate crimes


closeskip in skipxembedxshare the jewish community center in brighton was temporarily evacuated tuesday after a bomb threat was reported. tina macintyre-yeebrighton police with the help from new york state police, monroe county sheriff’s office, police dogs and the fbi searched the 180,000-square-foot-facility.(photo: tina macintyre-yee/@tyee23/staff photographer) 44 connectlinkedinemailmorerochester, n.y. — a downward trend of anti-semitic crimes has apparently changed, with increases in the bias-driven incidents in 2016 and a recent spate this year of bomb threats and vandalism at jewish cemeteries, experts say."2015 marked the end of ... a long-term decline in anti-semitic hate crimes," brian levin, the director of the california-based center for the study of hate & extremism, said tues






colorado buffaloes 2017 recruiting cl full of players coveted by big programs


boulder — mike macintyre told the prized offensive tackle to wait.as jake moretti, the coveted 6-foot-4, 270-pound prospect from pomona, began to think twice about his verbal commitment to national power ohio state, the rising program in his backyard began to look more and more appealing.so moretti called macintyre, colorado’s coach, back in november to say he was considering staying home.macintyre was thrilled to hear from the player he and his staff had recruited hard before the lineman pledged to join the buckeyes. but when macintyre gathered moretti and his parents in his office overlooking folsom field and the flatirons beyond, the coach preached patience.“i told him, ‘i don’t want this to be some knee- reaction,'” macintyre said. “i don’t want it to be an emotional decision. i want y






california man under investigation after dad with dementia found in u.k., report


whittier, calif. -- a fire destroyed a house in southern california in november 2014. the whittier home is still red-tagged and boarded up, but it served as a clue to help solve a mystery in england, cbs los angeles reports.on nov. 7, 2015, an elderly man with an american accent was spotted in a bus station parking lot in the british city of hereford.he had no id on him and was not able to tell police anything about himself because he had dementia, according to the ’s “panorama.”police placed him in a nursing home and plastered his p o all over the news, asking the public to help identify him.“we’ve taken his fingerprints,” sgt. sarah bennett of west mercia police told “panorama.” “that’s proved negative. we’ve contacted all the police forces in the u.k. we just need to find out more about






heavy lifting required to reconstruct colorado buffaloes defense


editor’s note: second of a two-part series previewing spring football practice for colorado, which begins wednesday.  today: the defensethe unit that helped carry colorado to an improbable division championship keeps taking hits.the buffaloes knew they’d lose eight starters from a team that helped win the pac-12 south back in november. they were less prepared for the loss of jim leavitt, the architect of cu’s two-year defensive turnaround, leaving his job as defensive coordinator in december to take the same position at oregon. cornerbacks coach charles clark, who had worked with cu coach mike macintyre since his days at san jose state, followed leavitt to oregon.the biggest blow came next, with former safeties coach joe tumpkin forced to resign in january in the wake of charges of domesti






roger curry: mystery of abandoned man with dementia solved


an american man with dementia who was found on the street without any id had been intentionally left in england by his family, a investigation has found.the identity of roger curry baffled police and social services for months. panorama traced his family to a suburb of los angeles, and discovered that his son and daughter-in-law had flown him to england before abandoning him. darragh macintyre reports.who was the abandoned man with no memory?






israeli-american teen arrested for threats against jewish centers in u.s.


a police car is parked in front of the louis s. wolk jewish community center of greater rochester after a bomb threat was reported in brighton, n.y, on march 7, 2017.(photo: tina macintyre-yee, democrat & chronicle) 374 connectlinkedinemailmorewashington — an 18-year-old israeli-american has been arrested in connection with a wave of threats aimed at jewish community centers, the fbi confirmed thursday.the suspect, who was not immediately identified, was arrested by israeli police as part of joint investigation with the fbi, federal authorities said.investigators believe the suspect is responsible for the bulk of the threats transmitted against the institutions in the past several months.read or share this story: http://usat.ly/2ngdi40






michael adkins ii ready to be key part of colorado buffaloes’ backfield – the de


when healthy, michael adkins ii has proven to be an exceptional running back at colorado.this spring, adkins has been healthy, which has him and the buffaloes hopeful that he can have a strong senior season.“i feel pretty good,” adkins said after practice on wednesday. “it’s always good to get back playing football, so it’s been great.”a healthy adkins next season could be huge for the buffs, especially with junior kyle evans dislocating his hip in a scrimmage on saturday. the buffs aren’t sure if evans — who was second on the team with 346 rushing yards last year — will be ready for the season.senior phillip lindsay, who had 1,745 yards in total offense (counting the alamo bowl) last season, is slated to start once again, but the buffs will need others to come through, as well. that’s whe






guilt, victimhood and moral indignation


instead of seeing moral struggle as something between you and god (the religious version) or as something that happens between the good and evil within yourself (the classical version), moral struggle now happens primarily between groups.in 1981, philosopher alasdair macintyre opened his book “after virtue” with a passage that is now famous. imagine if we lost the theoretical coherence of science. imagine if we still used scientific words like neutrino and atomic weight, but had no overall framework to explain how they fit together.that’s the state of our moral discourse today, he suggested. we still use words describing virtue and vice, but without any overall metaphysics. religious frameworks no longer organize public debate. secular philosophies that grew out of the enlightenment have f






is it time for christians to embrace the benedict option?


hundreds gathered to discuss rod dreher’s new book, “the benedict option,” last week at the union league club in new york city. the public conversation was hosted by first things, plough, and theamerican conservative. it seemed a bit ironic to be gathered in the cultural and commercial epicenter of the nation, discussing whether christians ought to strategically retreat in the current political and cultural climate, as st. benedict of nursia did after the fall of rome. but the room was buzzing; catholic, orthodox, and evangelical christians in new york city were eager to hear what dreher had to say.r.r. reno, editor of first things, introduced the event. then rod dreher presented his remarks, making his case for his “benedict option,” a term he adopted from philosopher alasdair macintyre’s






israeli-american teen arrested for threats against jewish centers in u.s.


a police car is parked in front of the louis s. wolk jewish community center of greater rochester after a bomb threat was reported in brighton, n.y, on march 7, 2017.(photo: tina macintyre-yee, democrat & chronicle) 3183 connectlinkedinemailmorewashington — an 18-year-old israeli-american has been arrested in connection with a wave of threats aimed at jewish community centers, the fbi confirmed thursday.the suspect, who was not immediately identified, was arrested by israeli police as part of joint investigation with the fbi, federal authorities said.investigators believe the suspect is responsible for the bulk of the threats transmitted against jewish institutions in the past several months."today’s arrest in israel is the culmination of a large-scale investigation spanning multiple conti






investigators to focus on cu officials’ failure to report domestic violence alle


akira suwa / philadelphia inquirerattorneys gina maisto smith, left, and leslie gomez have been hired by the university of colorado to investigate whether officials violated campus policies by failing to report domestic violence accusations against an assistant football coach.the lawyers tasked with investigating the university of colorado’s handling of domestic violence allegations against a former assistant football coach will focus their inquiry on whether chancellor phil distefano, athletic director rick george and cu football coach mike macintyre violated campus policies by failing to report the accusations.the scope of the outside investigation was unclear until this week, when the university provided the daily camera with a copy of the contract between cu and lawyers leslie gomez an






teen arrested in israel for threats against u.s. jewish community centers


a police car is parked in front of the louis s. wolk jewish community center of greater rochester after a bomb threat was reported in brighton, n.y, on march 7, 2017.(photo: tina macintyre-yee, democrat & chronicle) 6632 connectlinkedinemailmorewashington — an 18-year-old israeli-american has been arrested in connection with a wave of threats aimed at jewish community centers, the fbi confirmed thursday.israeli police arrested the suspect, who was not immediately identified, as part of joint investigation with the fbi, federal authorities said. investigators believe the suspect is responsible for the bulk of the threats against jewish institutions in the past several months."today’s arrest in israel is the culmination of a large-scale investigation spanning multiple continents for hate cri






jewish community centers, schools close amid new wave of bomb threats


edgewood avenue remained open during the investigation into the bomb threat made at the louis s. wolk jewish community center of greater rochester.(photo: tina macintyre-yee/@tyee23/staff photographer) 50 connectlinkedinemailmorerochester, n.y. — a new wave of threats against jewish community centers and schools resulted in closings and temporary evacuations in several cities on tuesday, as officials swept the locations for signs of explosives. threats came in at a jewish community center in brighton, n.y., a facility near syracuse and at the anti-defamation league headquarters in new york city, among other locations across the u.s., including a multi-denominational jewish day school in chicago, and a jewish community center in milwaukee. a portland, ore., center was also closed monday aft






the bffs of tragedy girls are serial killers who want to become internet famous


rosedale high seniors sadie and mckayla do everything together. cheer squad, prom committee, blogging on tumblr. oh, and killing people. that’s, like, the number one thing they’re good at.making its debut at sxsw in austin this week, tragedy girls is a teen horror-comedy for the like-and-subscribe era. focused on two girls who want to go down in history as legendary serial killers—and earn huge social media followings while doing it—director tyler macintyre’s film totally inverts the idea of the final girl. tragedy girls turns the young women who’d usually be screaming psycho-killer targets into the actual slaughterers and has loads of fun doing it. in fact, the film opens with mckayla (alexandra shipp) being chased by a masked murderer, screaming in fear as certain death looms. but the wo






jewish community centers, schools close amid new wave of bomb threats


edgewood avenue remained open during the investigation into the bomb threat made at the louis s. wolk jewish community center of greater rochester.(photo: tina macintyre-yee/@tyee23/staff photographer) 26 connectlinkedinemailmorerochester, n.y. -- a new wave of threats against jewish community centers and schools resulted in closings and temporary evacuations in several cities on tuesday, as officials swept the locations for signs of explosives. threats came in at a jewish community center in brighton, n.y., a facility near syracuse and at the anti-defamation league headquarters in new york city tuesday, among other locations across the u.s., including a multi-denominational jewish day school in chicago, and a jewish community center in milwaukee. a portland, ore., center was also closed m






colorado bill seeks to loosen restrictions on multi-year deals


boulder — for years, the colorado athletic department has felt hamstrung by legislation that limits the amount of multi-year contracts it can offer to coaches.that could change as early as this summer.senator kevin priola has helped to lead the charge for senate bill 17-041, which would allow cu and other in-state schools, including colorado state and northern colorado, to offer more multi-year contracts to coaches.currently, cu and other state schools are limited to six multi-year contracts per campus, with a cap of five years in length on those deals. cu uses all six contracts in athletics. athletic director rick george, head football coach mike macintyre, football defensive coordinator d.j. eliot, head men’s basketball coach tad boyle, head women’s basketball coach j.r. payne and head w






colorado chancellor apologizes for delay to joe tumpkin domestic abuse


boulder  — the chancellor of the university of colorado is apologizing for the university’s failure to act quickly enough when it learned of domestic abuse allegations against istant coach joseph tumpkin.chancellor philip distefano issued a statement friday saying he, athletic director rick george and football coach mike macintyre wanted to apologize to tumpkin’s former friend.“she should have received an immediate response from the university pertaining to the actions we might take as well as expressing concern for her safety and any support she needed to deal with repercussions of the trauma she suffered,” distefano wrote.the statement indicated the coach and athletic director learned of the allegations in mid-december, but tumpkin still coached during a dec. 29 bowl game. officials said






chancellor apologizes for delayed reaction to domestic abuse


boulder, colo. — the chancellor of the university of colorado is apologizing for the university's failure to act quickly enough when it learned of domestic abuse allegations against istant coach joseph tumpkin.chancellor philip distefano issued a statement friday saying he, athletic director rick george and football coach mike macintyre wanted to apologize to tumpkin's former friend."she should have received an immediate response from the university pertaining to the actions we might take as well as expressing concern for her safety and any support she needed to deal with repercussions of the trauma she suffered," distefano wrote.the statement indicated the coach and athletic director learned of the allegations in mid-december, but tumpkin still coached during a dec. 29 bowl game. official






cu hires lawyers to investigate joe tumpkin response


boulder — the university of colorado has hired two lawyers who specialize in institutional response to sexual violence and gender-based harassment to investigate how campus leaders handled domestic violence allegations against a former assistant football coach.attorneys leslie gomez and gina maisto smith, who work for the firm cozen o’connor in philadelphia, will investigate how chancellor phil distefano, athletic director rick george and football coach mike macintyre responded when they learned of domestic violence allegations against joe tumpkin.gomez and maisto smith recently investigated baylor university and produced a report showing that the university did not take seriously complaints of women who had been assaulted by football players. their investigation resulted in baylor firing






colorado chancellor apologizes for delayed reaction to domestic abuse allegation


boulder — the chancellor of the university of colorado is apologizing for the university’s failure to act quickly enough when it learned of domestic abuse allegations against istant coach joseph tumpkin.chancellor philip distefano issued a statement friday saying he, athletic director rick george and football coach mike macintyre wanted to apologize to tumpkin’s former friend.“she should have received an immediate response from the university pertaining to the actions we might take as well as expressing concern for her safety and any support she needed to deal with repercussions of the trauma she suffered,” distefano wrote.the statement indicated the coach and athletic director learned of the allegations in mid-december, but tumpkin still coached during a dec. 29 bowl game. officials said






"legacy" recruiting cl for colorado buffaloes began in dallas


when todd peterman looked into the stands at desoto high school during a practice last spring, he saw about 200 college football head coaches and istants from across the country who had flocked to the texas prep power outside dallas to evaluate players.the coaches watched a group who last fall would go 16-0 and win the texas cl 6a state championship, the largest cl ification in a football-crazy state. nine players from that team are expected to sign national letters of intent wednesday with fbs programs, with many others heading to fcs or division ii programs.battling with all those schools was colorado, and its recruiting coordinator, darrin chiaverini. on wednesday, cu expects to receive two of those letter of intents — from wide receivers laviska shenault jr. and kd nixon.so how did the






top pac-12 recruits for 2018


national signing day 2017 +5, and every major college team has moved to nsd18. why shouldn’t we?actually, teams have been recruiting for for 2018 for two or three years already. we’re not prepared to provide an outlook on 2020 signees — that seems excessive, even for the line.but 2018? why not.we know what we don’t know in this corner of the galaxy. and we don’t know the high school juniors cl (at least not well).so i reached out to someone who does, someone who knows it as well as anyone: greg biggins, the southern california-based national director for scout.com.i asked biggins to name the top targets for every team in the pac-12, and the list is below.please note i: i’m defining top targets as players of supreme significance to a particular team.that doesn’t mean the player listed is ne






south by southwest film festival to premiere james franco's 'the disaster artist


the south by southwest film festival, following up on its main program announcement last week, on tuesday released more titles for the upcoming edition of the austin, texas-based event.topping the new list is the world premiere of “the disaster artist,” directed by and starring james franco. based on the making of the 2003 movie “the room,” starring and directed by tommy wiseau, franco’s film explores the origins of a startling and ongoing object of cult fascination and popularity. the cast includes dave franco, seth rogen, ari graynor, jacki weaver and alison brie. (“the room” will also screen during the festival.)also, eleanor coppola’s fiction feature directing debut “paris can wait,” starring diane lane and alec baldwin, will have its u.s. premiere, and david fairhead’s documentary “mi






pac-12 football 2017 recruiting analysis


welcome to the line’s annual free-of-charge, back-away-from-the-ledge, 3-star-prospects-don’t-doom-you-to-the-cactus bowl, anti-anxiety … that’s it, deep breaths … national signing day post — with a twist:instead of publishing the morning of nsd, we’ve moved things up one day in the hopes of giving readers more time to digest the information … and more time to get their composure before the fax machines start churning and the email scans start, um, scanning on wednesday morning.as always, the line has included the all-conference team — four seasons of ’em, actually (see below) — with the star ratings for each player.and as always, let’s be clear: the point here is not that the star system and cl rankings are meaningless. it’s that they don’t mean everything … that developments good or bad