Bowe arrested for posession of marijuana

KCTV-5 is reporting that Kansas City Chiefs’ wide receiver Dwayne Bowe has been arrested for possession of a controlled substance.

The Chiefs were on a bye week when Riverside police pulled over Bowe for speeding near West Platte Road and Northwest Business Park shortly before midnight Sunday. Riverside is a small town in the Northland.

Officers said Bowe’s 2011 black Audi A8 registered a speed of 48 mph in a 35 mph zone.

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Where in the world are the Chiefs?

The undefeated Kansas City Chiefs play the 8-1 Denver Broncos Sunday night and fans of both teams already are gearing up for the clash, including The Mad Fanatic in Denver. He created an MTV-type video, which is on YouTube.com, on the basis that the Kansas City Chiefs are from Kansas. Clever, but there’s one problem, he, and apparently many other Broncos fans, don’t realize the Kansas City Chiefs home state is Missouri. Will someone please create a Chiefs’ video?

 

49-plane flyover

For those who missed it, or might have never heard about it, there was a 49-plane flyover Arrowhead Stadium last weekend at the end of the National Anthem prior to the start of the Chiefs-Raiders game. It’s impressive to watch.

MNU students help run NFL Play 60 event

KC Wolf and Chiefs Cheerleaders joined in the fun at the 2013 Fuel Up to Play 60 Rewards Training Camp sponsored by the Midwest Dairy Council and the Kansas City Chiefs April 30, 2013. MNU photo

KC Wolf and Chiefs Cheerleaders joined in the fun at the 2013 Fuel Up to Play 60 Rewards Training Camp sponsored by the Midwest Dairy Council and the Kansas City Chiefs April 30, 2013. MNU photo

Thirty students from MNU’s sports management program assisted area elementary school children at the 2013 Fuel Up to Play 60 Rewards Training Camp sponsored by the Midwest Dairy Council and the Kansas City Chiefs April 30, 2013.

NFL PLAY 60 is the National Football League’s campaign to encourage kids to be active for 60 minutes a day in order to help reverse the trend of childhood obesity. Fuel Up to Play 60 is an in-school nutrition collaboration between the National Dairy Council and the NFL. The Training Camp rewards those participants who have made accomplishments through Fuel Up to Play 60 in the 2012-2013 school year.

MNU Sports Management professor Jack Jones offered students in his administration of sports management class as volunteers to work with more than 200 Kansas City area elementary students and their advisors at the event held at Arrowhead Stadium. Teams of 10 elementary students were coached by the sports management students and lead through activity stations such as the cone course, toning training and the running back station with touchdown celebration. Continue reading

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