Josh Gregory, who led Augusta State University to a pair of NCAA Division I men’s golf national championships in 2010 and 2011, will not be coaching on the NCAA level any time soon.
According to a decision released Tuesday by the Division I Committee on Infractions panel, Gregory, who committed recruiting violations at SMU, is banned from seeking employment at another NCAA member school from now through Sept. 28, 2019.
Both the federal and state Supreme Courts have denied an application for a stay of execution for the only woman on Georgia's death row. Death row inmate Kelly Gissendaner is still awaiting a decision from the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals.
Earlier today, Gissendaner got a rare extra chance to plead for a reprieve from the Board of Pardons and Paroles, but failed again in her request for clemency.
Aquinas and Lincoln County are climbing up the Class A rankings together.
The Irish and Red Devils both improved three spots to fifth and sixth in this week’s Georgia Sports Writers Association high school football rankings.
Aquinas was ranked as high as No. 2, but it lost to Prince Avenue Christian on Aug. 28 when ranked No. 3. However, the Irish have won four in a row since, including a 52-21 rout of Mount de Sales this past week.