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first_imgTom Jurich speaks during a press conference.Tom JurichTom Jurich was pushed out after 20 years as Louisville athletic director in October. Two days after Rick Pitino was fired, Jurich met the same fate, following a 10-3 vote by the school’s board. Jurich, one of the most powerful athletic directors in the country, was let go for cause.Since being fired, Pitino has been on something of a media offensive. He has maintained innocence and plausible deniability, even after being identified as one of the figures named in the FBI’s report on corruption in college basketball. He says that he wants to coach again.Jurich was much more quiet. While Pitino has a lawsuit out against Louisville, Jurich worked on a large settlement.That deal appears to be done, and Tom Jurich is cashing in.Jurich will get $4.5 million up front from UL. He also has an additional $2.67 million coming in via deferred compensation.There is another interesting wrinkle in the settlement: tickets. Tom Jurich may not be a stranger to Cardinals games, even after being fired for cause after a litany of scandals.Jurich gets football and men’s basketball tickets for the next two decades. From Deadspin, which linked to the settlement documentation on Dropbox:“Jurich will receive a one-time payment of $4.5 million in the next 10 days; additionally, he will be paid $2.67 million in deferred compensation and annuity payments. Jurich and his wife will both keep their school-funded insurance plan until they qualify for Medicare. He will also be allotted club seats at Louisville football and men’s basketball home games for the next 20 years. The school will also update his personnel file to read that his time ended at Louisville ‘without cause.’”Rick Pitino swears that he will not step foot back in the state of Kentucky. Jurich is going to be hanging out in prime seats at the biggest Cardinals games. What a world.Vince Tyra took over for Jurich on an interim basis in October. In March, he had that tag removed, and became the full-time Louisville AD.[Deadspin]last_img read more

first_img India Today Web Desk BaselAugust 22, 2019UPDATED: August 22, 2019 23:15 IST BWF World Championships: Kidambi Srikanth’s poor run continues as the India shuttler suffered an early exit in Basel (Reuters Photo)HIGHLIGHTSPV Sindhu needed just 34 minutes to beat Beiwen Zhang of USASindhu will face familiar foe Tai Tzu Ying in Friday’s quarter-finalKidambi Srikanth was beaten in straight games by Kantaphon WangcharoenPV Sindhu created history on Thursday as she became the first women’s singles shuttler ever to reach at least the quarter-finals of the BWF World Championships in each of her first six appearances in prestigious tournament. Sindhu came up with a dominant display against 9th seed Beiwen Zhang of USA in ther Round of 16 meeting.Sindhu became the 2nd Indian shuttler after Sai Praneeth to reach the quarter-finals of the ongoing edition of world championships in Basel. Praneeth had come up with an impressive show earlier in the day to beat 6th seed Anthony Ginting in straight games in the men’s singles Round of 16.On the other hand, there was disappointment for 7th seed Kidambi Srikanth as he was blown away in his Round of 16 outing by lower-ranked Kantaphon Wangcharoen of Thailand.Sindhu confirms Quarterfinal berth!’s top shuttler @Pvsindhu1 puts up a dominant display to enter the QF of #BWFWorldChampionships2019 after defeating @Beiwen0712 21-14,21-6.Keep the streak hot champ!#IndiaontheRise #badminton #BWFWorldChampionships pic.twitter.com/lHYCbh5uNN BAI Media (@BAI_Media) August 22, 2019PV Sindhu was at her absolute best as she handed Beiwen Zhang a 21-14, 21-6 defeat in just 34 minutes. The United States shuttler had no answers to Sindhu’s aggression and control in the one-sided Round of 16 encounter. Notably, this is Sindhu’s 3rd straight win over Zhang to whom she had agonisingly lost the India Open final in 2018.Sindhu’s bid for a third straight final at BWF World Championships is alive. However, the India shuttler faces World No. 2 Tai Tzu Ying who has a superior record against her. Despite Sindhu winning their latest meeting in 2018, Tai has established superiority over the Rio Olympic silver medallist, winning 10 of their 14 meeting on the tour.advertisementSrikanth’s horror 2019 continuesMeanwhile, Srikanth’s horror run in the ongoing season continued as the 7th seed came up with an insipid display against 12th seed Kantaphon Wangcharoen.Srikanth was blown away in just 40 minutes as he lost 14-21, 13-21 to crash out of the competition. Srikanth’s poor run of form is cause of concern for India badminton as the World No. 10 has not managed to reach the business end of tournaments on the tour since his quarter-final appearance in Singapore Open in April.Also Read | BWF World Championships: Sai Praneeth stuns Anthony Ginting to reach quarters, HS Prannoy oustedAlso See:For sports news, updates, live scores and cricket fixtures, log on to indiatoday.in/sports. Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for Sports news, scores and updates.Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted byAkshay Ramesh Tags :Follow PV SindhuFollow Kidambi SrikanthFollow Sai PraneethFollow BWF World ChampionshipsFollow Badminton BWF World Championships 2019: Kidambi Srikanth crashes out, PV Sindhu eases into quartersPV Sindhu joined Sai Praneeth in the quarter-finals of the badminton world championships after a comfortable straight-game win over Beiwen Zhang of USA. Kidambi Srikanth though crashed out after an ordinary display against lower-ranked Kantaphon Wangcharoen of Thailand in the Round of 16 on Thursday.advertisement Nextlast_img read more

The Ontario Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (OSPCA) has told the provincial government it will no longer investigate and enforce animal cruelty laws.The agency says it will not sign a new contract after its current agreement expires at the end of March.OSPCA CEO Kate MacDonald told The Canadian Press the current model is no longer working.“Enforcement is the responsibility of government, one that we can confidently support by offering animal protection services to enforcement agencies. Being an outside agency, we have been woefully under-resourced to provide legislation enforcement,” said MacDonald in a news release. “We have struggled to meet the need and have struggled with both Officer safety and, at times, conflicts with our charitable mission. It is simply not in the interests of animals or this charity to continue along the same path.”The OSPCA says it will shift into a support role in animal cruelty investigations, providing animal shelter, forensic evidence collection and veterinary services.The group says it will draft its recommendations for a new Ontario Animal Protection Act that will provide the maximum protection of animals.The agency has enforced animal cruelty laws in Ontario for the past 100 years. read more