Police: Teen Boys Arrested In Sex Video Case

Originally posted on CBS Philly:

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Philadelphia police say two 13-year-old boys blackmailed an 11-year-old girl to force her to make a sex video with them.

Police say the boys forced the girl to make the video with them on October 8 near Tilden Middle School in southwest Philadelphia. The boys then allegedly posted the video online.

Authorities say the boys were taken into custody Friday afternoon to be charged with various sex offenses.

All three are students at the school.

Police were alerted to the video by the school’s principal, who says a student saw it online and brought it to his attention.

Authorities say a third boy may have been involved but he hasn’t been found.

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While You Were Thinking These Cops Were Safe This Happens [Video]

Originally posted on 101.1 The Wiz:

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This video simply shows how skep cops are. This cop doesnt know the person on the ground is another cop so he kicks him in the head like he was going for a fieldgoal. Once he finds out it is his friends it was all apologies.

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Spartans Handle Michigan Again, 35-11

Originally posted on CBS Detroit:

NOAH TRISTER, AP Sports Writer

EAST LANSING (AP) — Jeremy Langford ran for 177 yards and three touchdowns, and No. 8 Michigan State trounced rival Michigan again, 35-11 on Saturday.

The Spartans (7-1, 4-0 Big Ten) have won six of their past seven games against the Wolverines, only the second time Michigan State has accomplished that in a series that dates to 1898.

The Wolverines (3-5, 1-3) are in danger of missing the postseason in Brady Hoke’s fourth year at the helm, and this game did little to ease Michigan’s descent in 2014. The Wolverines were held to zero yards rushing in the first half.

Michigan State has won 14 straight against Big Ten opponents. The Spartans have next weekend off before hosting Ohio State in a rematch of last year’s conference championship game.

Langford opened the scoring with a 2-yard touchdown run on the game’s first drive, then added…

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No. 1 Miss. St. Bulldogs appear vulnerable during 45-31 victory over Kentucky

Originally posted on CollegeFootballTalk:

Surivive and advance. That’s all that matters at this point in the season.

The No. 1 Mississippi State Bulldogs escaped Lexington, Kentucky with a 45-31 victory over the Kentucky Wildcats Saturday at Commonwealth Stadium.

Don’t let the final score fool you.

The Wildcats only trailed by a touchdown as the two teams entered the third quarter. Mark Stoops‘ squad had two opportunities late in the game. During the Kentucky’s drive with five minutes remaining, two dropped passes (one on third down and one in the end zone) kept the Wildcats from getting within striking distance.

It didn’t matter since Kentucky then got the ball back after stopping Mississippi State on the ensuing drive. Kentucky quarterback Patrick Towles led his team on a seven-play, 71-yard drive that culminated in a four-yard touchdown run by the signal-caller.

An unheard of touchdown during the onside kick is what turned this contest in…

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Watch Josh Robinson hilariously videobomb Dan Mullen’s postgame interview

Originally posted on For The Win:

After beating three straight top-10 opponents, Mississippi State duked it out with Kentucky for a 48-31 win on Saturday. Josh Robinson, who rushed for two touchdowns, and broke eight tackles on a ridiculous run at one point, was three yards short of 200 yards total offense when the Bulldogs took the victory formation. JUST THREE.

There was nothing head coach Dan Mullen could do for him.

Robinson was understandably miffed about that, and decided to videobomb Mullen’s postgame interview as payback.

HE WANTED THOSE THREE YARDS.

Thanks to this win, Mississippi State stays perfect, improving to 7-0.

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