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“I think the Big East has the stronger argument because West Virginia has agreed to the rules and because the other schools that are trying to leave [Syracuse and Pittsburgh] have also agreed to abide by those rules,” Michael McCann, editor in chief of the Sports Law blog and a tenured professor at Vermont Law School, told SNY.tv by phone Monday.
The suit — filed in West Virginia state court — charges Big East Commissioner John Marinatto with “ineffective leadership” because Syracuse and Pittsburgh are leaving for the ACC And and TCU and West Virginia are headed to the Big 12.
Gene Simmons and Ace Frehley never got along too well during their KISS days.
Now they’re trading shots in print.
In his new book, “No Regrets,” Frehley calls Simmons a “sex addict” who had trouble with women before he became a rock star, while Simmons responded in the New York Post by calling Ace a “drug addict and alcoholic.”
“I believe Gene is a sex addict, in much the same way I am an alcoholic,” Frehley, a Bronx, N.Y., native, wrote in the book. “If you’ve been with only one or two women (and had to beg for whatever you got off them), it must be intoxicating to suddenly have groupies falling all over you.