LSU 4-Star Reportedly Considering A Transfer

first_imgLSU Tigers huddle before gameBATON ROUGE, LA – OCTOBER 13: LSU Tigers huddles up before a game against the Georgia Bulldogs at Tiger Stadium on October 13, 2018 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. (Photo by Jonathan Bachman/Getty Images)LSU cornerback Mannie Netherly has reportedly entered the transfer portal, according to 247Sports’ Shea Dixon. Netherly has spent the last two seasons with the Tigers.A four-star wide receiver recruit in the class of 2017, Netherly was the No. 36 wideout in that recruiting cycle. He only appeared in one game as a true freshman.Netherly then moved to the defensive side of the ball before the 2018 season. He appeared in 11 games in 2018, making three tackles in the Fiesta Bowl against UCF.Netherly is the second player to enter the portal in the last two days, joining tight end/linebacker Dantrieze Scott, according to Dixon.Defensive linemen Dominic Livingston and Davin Cotton already entered the portal earlier in the offseason.#LSU CB Mannie Netherly has entered his name into the NCAA Transfer Portal.Netherly is the second player in two days to do so, and fourth player from the defense to enter the portal. Tigers inching closer to 85-man limit. https://t.co/TtLhZabu24 pic.twitter.com/BYPcu9APVH— Shea Dixon (@Sheadixon) March 12, 2019LSU finished 10-3 last season, including a win over UCF in the Fiesta Bowl.The Tigers will open the 2019 season against Georgia Southern on August 31.last_img read more

Commission Hopes Education Training Will Prevent Consumer Racial Profiling

first_imgThe Nova Scotia Human Rights Commission hopes that education and training will lead to equal service for all Nova Scotia shoppers. A 2012 research study produced by the commission identified the negative experiences of shoppers from visible minority groups as a significant problem throughout the province that is disproportionately affecting visible minority shoppers. The commission is working with Nova Scotian retailers to deliver education materials and training to their employees to raise awareness of this issue and the harms caused by consumer racial profiling and to help provide retail staff with the knowledge they need to provide quality service to all shoppers. -30-last_img read more