Huizar joins UCISD police force
PedroHuizar Sabinal Police Department Officer Pedro Huizar is joining the Uvalde Consolidated Independent School District police force, interim superintendent Gary Patterson told the board of trustees on Jan. 16. Huizar joined the Sabinal Police Department in May of 2021 as a reserve officer and became a full-time officer on June 27, 2022. He served Sabinaluvaldeleadernews.com
UCISD pays $35K/mo to three men
Uvalde Consolidated Independent School District is spending an estimated $35,005 per month for the salary of two interim administrators and a police officer on leave. Interim superintendent Gary Patterson earns $1,000, plus $75 for travel, per day; interim police chief Joshua Gutierrez, $442 per day; and UCISD PD Lt. Mike Hernandez, who has been onuvaldeleadernews.com
UCISD seeking police officers
JoshuaGutierrez Nearly three months after the suspension of the school police force, Uvalde Consolidated Independent School District interim police chief Joshua Gutierrez is searching for candidates to rebuild the police department while the district is also planning to create a security operations center, interim superintendent Gary Patterson said on Dec. 19. Speaking to the boarduvaldeleadernews.com
Security audit reveals faulty latch at school
Melissa Federspill|Leader-NewsUvalde Consolidated Independent School District board secretary Laura Perez asks interim superintendent Gary Patterson (not pictured) about the intruder detection audit performed at Uvalde Consolidated Independent School District. The meeting was held Dec. 19 at the Benson Educational Complex. A security inspector performing an intruder detection audit at Uvalde Consolidated Independent School District wasuvaldeleadernews.com
UCISD: No update on Flores threat repercussions
Uvalde Consolidated Independent School District interim superintendent Gary Patterson said the district will not release information about whether the student who threatened a school shooting at Flores Elementary last week is attending classes, suspended, or assigned to alternative school. He said school administrators investigated the threat, made Nov. 30 during an altercation between two students,uvaldeleadernews.com
Duggan, TCU blow out Duquesne 45-3 as teams shorten 2nd half
Max Duggan threw for a touchdown and was one of four TCU players with a rushing score as the Horned Frogs routed lower-division Duquesne 45-3 in an opener shortened in the second half Saturday night. The coaches agreed to play 12-minute quarters after halftime with the Horned Frogs leading 35-0 in their first meeting with the FCS school. TCU improved to 19-2 in home openers under coach Gary Patterson.news.yahoo.com
Coastal Carolina's Jamey Chadwell is AP coach of the year
FILE - In this Oct. 31, 2020, file photo, Coastal Carolina coach Jamey Chadwell waits to lead his team onto the field for an NCAA football game against Georgia State in Atlanta. (AP Photo/John Amis, File)Coastal Carolina’s Jamey Chadwell is The Associated Press college football coach of the year after leading the Chanticleers to a surprising, near-perfect season. UCF’s Scott Frost was AP coach of the year in 2017 and Gary Patterson won the first of his two AP awards with TCU in 2009 when the Horned Frogs were competing in the Mountain West. Chadwell came to Coastal Carolina in 2017 as offensive coordinator for former coach Joe Moglia after four successful season at FCS Charleston Southern. ___VotingJamey Chadwell, Coastal Carolina - 88 points (16 first-place votes).
Lone Star Sadness: Horns, Aggies form Axis of Underachievers
At the top of USA Today's most recent revenue rankings for college athletic departments are Texas and Texas A&M. The Longhorns and Aggies seemingly have it all, revenue, resources and location. Texas and Texas A&M have everything you need to put out national championship-level football program. The Aggies and Longhorns refuse to play each other, but combine to form an Axis of Underachievers in the Lone Star State. For now, though, Texas and Texas A&M continue to prove the old adage that money can't buy happiness.
Max Duggan and TCU beat No. 9 Longhorns again 33-31
AUSTIN, Texas – Texas ran out of comebacks against Max Duggan and TCU. The Horned Frogs quarterback ran for the go-ahead score with 4 minutes left and the defense made it stand with a goal-line fumble recovery to beat No. He's now 7-2 against Texas since TCU joined the Big 12 in 2012. After Duggan's touchdown, Texas quarterback Sam Ehlinger marched the Longhorns to the lip of the end zone. Griffin Kell kicked four field goals for the Horned Frogs.
TCU chancellor: Patterson apologizes for use of racial slur
FORT WORTH, Texas TCUs chancellor said football coach Gary Patterson apologized Monday for repeating a racial slur when telling a player to stop using the slur in team meetings. Linebacker Dylan Jordan accused Patterson on Twitter of using the slur during a confrontation at practice. School Chancellor Victor Boschini wrote in an email to TCUs student media that Patterson didnt use the slur against any player or group on the team. Several players wrote on Twitter that Small didnt include the context of Pattersons use of the word. Jordan said Patterson took issue with the player using the slur in meetings and used the word.