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Notes, Notes, and More Notes: Harmon Leaves Daly in the Drink; Theismann vs. Buck on Spygate; To Kill (Vick’s Dogs) or Not to Kill (more to come)

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joeyst.jpgRandy Moss didn’t….?

And finally on the notes front —–

So, that’s it. Just like that, Randy Moss is okay, after all. The woman who accused Moss of physically abusing her dropped her domestic violence case against the New England Patriots wide receiver:

Rachelle Washington, 35, had alleged that Moss caused her serious injury in a Jan. 6 incident in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., then denied her medical attention. The restraining order barred Moss from coming within 500 feet of Washington.

Washington’s lawyer, Darrell Thompson, explained the turn of events last night.

“My client, acting solely on the advice of her former attorney, filed for the temporary restraining order against Mr. Moss. She has decided that such restraining order is unnecessary and has requested the order be dismissed,” Thompson said in a statement.

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March 12, 2008 at 11:30 am

The Saga of Ray Ray and Fahmarr McElrathbey to Continue – Just Not at Clemson

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rayfahmarr.jpgRay Ray McElrathbey, the 21-year old backup tail back and special teams player at Clemson, is transferring from the South Carolina University. McElrathbey gained notoriety in 2006 for taking custody of his then 11-year old brother, Fahmarr, and continuing to juggle academics and athletics while acting as older brother and surrogate father for his younger sibling.

The reason for his leaving Clemson is due to head coach Tommy Bowden and his coaching staff’s decision to not renew his scholarship for the 2008-09 academic and athletic year. The Clemson athletic department’s policy is to renew its athletes scholarships annually.

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