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Sheridan Watson | Daily TrojanQahir Popat, a rising senior majoring in economics, studies for one of his summer classes in front of the Patsy and Forrest Shumway Fountain on Trousdale. The first session of summer classes began on May 22, with sessions lasting anywhere from four to eight to 12 weeks, allowing students to catch up on credits.
MORE: SN 2019 All-AmericansHis firing was preceded by McNair’s death, which was the result of heatstroke suffered at a team workout May 29, 2018. In August, an ESPN report alleged there was a toxic culture within Durkin’s program, and Maryland suspended Durkin while launching an investigation into the allegations.In October, Maryland’s investigation concluded that Durkin failed to rein in abusive strength and conditioning coach Rick Court (who resigned after the ESPN report), fostered a culture that prevented players from speaking out and ignored them when they did and showed graphic videos as motivational tools during team meals. Ole Miss added DJ Durkin as an assistant coach Thursday, Durkin’s first coaching position since being fired as Maryland’s head coach after the death of offensive lineman Jordan McNair and an investigation that revealed a disturbing culture within the program.Durkin, who was fired by Maryland in October 2018, consulted for college and professional teams over the past 14 months but hadn’t received a full-time coaching position until being added to head coach Lane Kiffin’s staff Thursday. From the report:”According to Gus Little, this included videos of serial killers, drills entering eyeballs, and bloody scenes with animals eating animals.”Durkin also received relatively low marks on exit surveys sent in by players.Unsurprisingly, the Rebels’ announcement does not mention any of that. It also does not specify what Durkin’s duties will be within the program. Athletic director Keith Carter issued a statement defending the vetting process that led to Durkin’s hiring.Statement from Ole Miss athletics director Keith Carter: pic.twitter.com/PDfGcUDdCP— Emily Giambalvo (@EmilyGiam) January 2, 2020
England’s Stephen East won the Scottish Senior Men’s Open Championship by two shots after a blistering charge in the last round over Glasgow Golf Club’s Killermont course.The senior international from Moortown in Yorkshire was five-under par for his final 10 holes and sped past his rivals for the title, finishing the tournament on three-under.East had been level par after 36-holes and two off the pace, but after eight holes of the final round he had dropped two shots and fallen further back.However, a three-putt for bogey on eight stung him into action and he birdied 9, 11, 13, 15 and 17 for a closing 67. “It was nice to do that,” said East, whose win brought him his first Scottish title.He joined senior ranks in 2014 and is fashioning a stellar record with earlier victories in the Spanish, English and Portuguese senior championships. He also topped the England Golf senior order of merit in his debut year.He adds those titles to earlier wins in the English (three times), British, Portuguese, European and French mid-amateur championships.East’s latest success keeps the Scottish title south of the border after fellow international Richard Partridge’s win in 2015.Click here for full scores 21 Jun 2016 East’s blistering charge wins Scottish title