No Charges Sought For Ex-football Coaches

No charges sought for ex-football coaches

NHK has learned that Tokyo police are set to inform prosecutors of their decision not to seek charges against two former coaches of a university American football team over a dangerous tackle.

A defender for Nihon University, Taisuke Miyagawa, said he committed the foul tackle in a game in May of last year on the instructions of the two former coaches. The act injured a quarterback from Kwansei Gakuin University.

Police To Not Seek Charges Against Ex-coaches

Police to not seek charges against ex-coaches

Tokyo police have informed prosecutors of their decision not to seek charges against two former coaches of a university American football team over a dangerous tackle.

A defender for Nihon University, Taisuke Miyagawa, said he committed the foul tackle in a game in May of last year on the instructions of the two former coaches. The act injured a quarterback from Kwansei Gakuin University.

No Criminal Charges Against Ex-football Coaches

No criminal charges against ex-football coaches

NHK has learned that Tokyo police are set to inform prosecutors of their decision not to charge two former coaches of a university American football team over a dangerous tackle.

A defender for Nihon University, Taisuke Miyagawa, said he committed the foul tackle in a game in May of last year on the instructions of the two former coaches. The act injured a quarterback from Kwansei Gakuin University.

Police Question Ex-american Football Team Coaches

Police question ex-American football team coaches

Tokyo police have questioned the former coaches of a college American football team in connection with a dangerous tackle by one of its players.

A defender for Nihon University tackled a Kwansei Gakuin University quarterback long after the ball was passed in a game in May. The quarterback suffered injuries that took 3 weeks to heal.

University To Sack Ex-football Team Coaches

University to sack ex-football team coaches

A Japanese university will dismiss its American football team's former head coach and his assistant over a dangerous foul that drew widespread criticism.

Tokyo-based Nihon University made the decision at a meeting of its directors on Monday. The team submitted a report on the issue to the Kantoh Collegiate Football Association earlier this month.

Nihon Univ. Football Team Recruiting New Coaches

Nihon Univ. football team recruiting new coaches

Nihon University is recruiting new coaches to rebuild its scandal-hit American football team. Former players on the team will not be considered.

The university announced on its website on Tuesday that it will accept applications through June 28th.

Nihon Univ. Coaches To Be Expelled From League

Nihon Univ. coaches to be expelled from league

League officials have decided to expel 2 former Nihon University American football coaches over a dangerous foul that has made headlines in Japan.

The incident has become the subject of debate as one of their players confessed that the coaches ordered him to take a cheap shot.

Player Says Coaches Ordered Dangerous Tackle

Player says coaches ordered dangerous tackle

A college American football player who injured an opposing team's quarterback during a game in Tokyo says he was ordered by his coaches to make a controversial late tackle.

On May 6th, the Nihon University defender barreled at the Kwansei Gakuin University quarterback from behind a few seconds after he passed the ball. The quarterback suffered a knee injury that was expected to take 3 weeks to heal.

Player: Coaches Ordered Late Hit

Player: Coaches ordered late hit

A college American football player says the team's coaching staff ordered him to carry out a controversial late tackle that sent his opponent to the hospital.

Many Japanese were glued to their televisions as the Nihon University defender apologized to the Kwansei Gakuin quarterback who he injured.

Infiniti And Ncaa Present Second Annual Coaches Vs. Cancer Hardwood Heroes Game

Infiniti and NCAA present second annual Coaches vs. Cancer Hardwood Heroes gameOn March 31 at 10 a.m. PST, two teams of cancer survivors — called Hardwood Heroes — will go head-to-head at the University of Phoenix Stadium to raise awareness for cancer research and survival.
This game returns for a second year as a part of INFINITI's long-standing partnership with Coaches vs. Cancer®, the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) and the NCAA. Also a part of this partnership is the Round by Round Bracket Challenge, an INFINITI tradition since 2011 that has resulted in more than $4.1 million in donations to Coaches vs. Cancer.

Vote For Your Favorite Ncaa Coach To Raise Money In The "infiniti Coaches' Charity Challenge"

Vote for your favorite NCAA coach to raise money in the "INFINITI Coaches' Charity Challenge"INFINITI is once again sponsoring the "INFINITI Coaches' Charity Challenge" as part of its partnership with the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC), the NCAA® and ESPN. Now in its seventh year, the program consists of 48 NCAA® Division I men's basketball coaches competing for fan votes in a four-round contest that raises money for charities of the coaches' choice.

Infiniti And Ncaa Present Coaches Vs. Cancer Hardwood Heroes Charity Basketball Game

Infiniti and NCAA Present Coaches vs. Cancer Hardwood Heroes Charity Basketball GameOn April 1 at 10:55 a.m., two teams of cancer survivors will play on the same floor as Final Four participants at NRG Stadium to raise awareness in the fight to end cancer. The game, open to both the media and the public, is a new event resulting from Infiniti's long-standing partnership with Coaches vs. Cancer®, the American Cancer Society, the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC), the NCAA and CBS/Turner.

Soccer : J.league Coaches Pitch In To Help S.e. Asian Teams

Soccer : J.League coaches pitch in to help S.E. Asian teamsIf Southeast Asia has a presence in the soccer tournament at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, the host nation could be credited with an assist.
The J.League, in a joint effort with the Japan Foundation, recently started a program aimed at helping countries in the region qualify for Tokyo 2020 by focusing on training players and nurturing coaches.