Two Syracuse University Football Players Charged in Burglaries

Press Connects, March 6, 2013

Two Syracuse football players are among four university students charged with campus burglaries.

Syracuse police say junior defensive end Markus Pierce-Brewster and junior defensive tackle Davon Walls were charged with felony burglary and misdemeanor petit larceny in connection with the burglary of an apartment Feb. 23. Both players are accused of stealing a flat screen television, an Xbox gaming system, two iPods and Xbox games while students were asleep inside the apartments.


Pierce-Brewster transferred into the program before last season from City College of San Francisco and appeared in 12 games, recording 30 tackles, one sack and one fumble recovery.

Marcus Pierce-Brewster

Marcus Pierce-Brewster

Walls, from Brooklyn, appeared in three games last year after transferring from Coahoma Community College in Mississippi.

Davon Walls

Davon Walls

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  • Are there any unsolved rapes at the university???

    • josh

      The usual response seems to be,”If you been raped by a dear Affican-Amurrican,please kkep it to yourSELF! If you have been raped by a white man–whether true or not,we dont care–come on down!!!!!”

  • NeanderthalDNA

    Juco transfers. No problem with college athletics practiced by real student athletes, but I hate that our universities serve as freebie farm systems for the NFL and NBA, with all the corruption and thugdom money can buy…

    • brengunn

      College teams should be made up of actual students who are amateurs, not semi-pros.

      • The__Bobster

        Colleges should have semi-pro teams to raise money. Off campus, of course….far off campus,

        • brengunn

          I can’t fault them for wanting to raise much needed money but I think college sport should be made up of amateur sportsmen and women who happen to be studying at the college, not specialist recruits who have no place in a house of learning.

          They should create second and third division leagues to feed the pro leagues so young talented sports people get to advance their career that way. College sport is a sham otherwise.

          • jambi19

            Isn’t that what all these pathetic alumnae at these places hold onto. “Football is a money maker! We need thugs so the University can make money?” Why is tuition skyrocketing year after year if all these college teams make soooo much money? That’s because the majority of the programs in fact LOSE money. Don’t get me wrong, the top 15 or so programs make TONS of money…but the rest in fact lose money.


          • edie

            some of that ‘much-needed’ money goes to fat cat administration and cushy prof jobs that teach 1-2 classes a week

          • Strider73

            Not to mention several million annually to the head coach.

          • NeanderthalDNA

            It’s like bringing in ringers. Big thug-o who wouldn’t get near a university except to prey upon college kids gets him his big free ride athletic scholarship, shams through with the help of handlers and athlete friendly profs/departments…finds himself a “college man” until the pros come calling.

            In defense of Big Thug-o…he SHOULD have a viable route to the pros if that is his dream, and when I say “viable”, I don’t mean the hammering of square pegs into round holes he must subject himself and all serious students to…I mean an effective minor league franchise system like in baseball. Honestly it would be in Big Thug-o’s best interest if he has any real talent regardless. Considering the high risk to career ending physical injury involved vis-a-vis the big pay-off of a pro contract, I have NO problem when Big Thug-o leaves college early to get that money before injury… No problem with that on many levels, considering the nature of who and what Big Thug-o is…

            But universities should be centers of learning, not entertainment, and anything that detracts from what they should be needs to be dealt with and put in it’s proper place. Like the sham of ramming Big Thug-o and his 80ish IQ through a university in order to get a ringer on the team.

        • StillModerated

          Is Africa far enough away?

        • toldev

          There are some things more important than money. Academic integrity for instance.

          • I agree, toldev. And I guess that is why when you read about real schools, it is not headlines like “MIT won over CalTech in a real squeaker at the end of the fourth quarter…”

      • Strider73

        That’s still the case in Division III. No athletic scholarships.

      • MBlanc46


  • sbuffalonative

    ‘Please Mr. White man. Just give us an opportunity to go to your school sows we can get an education. All we want is a chance’.
    Blacks keep telling us we aren’t doing enough to educate blacks but how do they explain blacks who spit in the face of these opportunities?

    • StillModerated

      Feetsball playas beez wantin an ejumacation.

    • Some Guy

      You took the words right out of my mouth. Don’t be fooled by the suit and tie, a thug is a thug is a thug.

    • saxonsun

      “All we wantS is a chance.”

  • [Guest]

    Sadly, white society acts as the “enabler” for Markus and Davon and a few million more like them. I’d love to see white sports fans cease to worship black people who run fast and jump high while carrying or bouncing a ball. That alone would be a revolution.

    • AutomaticSlim

      Yes,I agree 100%.
      Remember how many White sportscasters and commentators took Kobe Bryant’s side in that rape case? And the way they fawned over violent thug Ray Lewis after the super bowl this year?

      • The__Bobster

        Took Backdoor Bryant’s side? Hell, they ran that poor White girl out of town.

      • I was on the fence about the Kobe Bryant, until an AR regular who doesn’t seem to post here much anymore, Robert Kelly, sent me copies of some official documents that have been circulating around the underground. Since then, I have believed that beyond a reasonable doubt, Kobe Bryant committed rape.
        Incidentally, Michael Savage out and outright took Kobe Bryant’s side.
        Ray Lewis: The reason I have always thought that he committed those murderers beyond a reasonable doubt is that no other alternate scenario is anything close to credible, and he is on official misdemeanor criminal record for obstruction of justice.

      • bigone4u

        Lewis and the other thugsters who perform their NFL brand of monkeyshines are an important reason I no longer care about pro football.

      • [Guest]

        I don’t know anything about those people, but I’m all too familiar with fawning white people. I’m not sure which disgusts me more, obnoxious black behavior or the cowering and fawning of white people.

        Here’s the definition of the word “fetish”: an object of irrational reverence or obsessive devotion.

        I think that perfectly describes the attitude of a whole lot of white Americans toward blacks.

    • I did just that, many years ago

      • [Guest]

        I did too. If I want a dose of irritation, though, I can find it on sports-talk radio, where middle-aged suburban white men call in to argue about every nuance of a game played by 20-year-old black boys. They discuss the moves of Quantavious and Jamal with all the fervor of religious fanatics. It’s sickening.

    • StillModerated

      Hear hear! And I’ve taken to watching cable TV programs that only show Whites. Deadliest Catch, Texas Car Wars, and Swamp People. Yeee Haaaah, y’all!

      • josh

        Swamp People? Hell I see that on the evening news every day!!

      • [Guest]

        I quit TV altogether. Even when I could endure the programs, I couldn’t put up with the commercials. Already, 15 years ago when I cut the cable, the befuddled white man and the cool, self-assured dark man were stock characters. I couldn’t take it.

      • Katherine McChesney

        I view movies on Netflix. I scroll through their suggestions and mark ‘not interested’ on all the ones with blacks in starring roles. If I find one like a recent Poirot with a black miscast in a roll, I shut it off and view something else. Poirot was a dvd. I made a comment about the black miscasting. Believe it or not it was accepted. I go to great distances to protect myself from any black propaganda.

  • Don

    Dis is raycissss! How comes deeez white boys b havin da tv da Xbox? Gots to b cuz I’m black. I b gonna sue da college and deez raycisss poleeece. I juxt tryin to gets my dagree. I plays football why is I needs a tv and Xbox? I go plays in da NFL I makes da money. I gots to by a kaa dat drive fasts. Din I go by a gold chain an sum cloze so I can gets me a fine white devil bitsh. I gots to go class now

  • IKantunderstand

    Come on people, according to that Black woman on Hannity’s program the other night, all these people had to do was ask these guys nicely, not to rob them! Just train people not to rob! So simple! If that works, could we not in fact train Blacks to return to Africa? Muslims back to the ME? Mexicans back to Mexico? Seriously, that woman is a genius. All we need is more training.

  • crystalevans

    An athletic scholarship only covers the cost of educating athletes. It does not provide them with spending money. That is left up to the parents to provide. Since both of these guys came out of community colleges, it is an indication that they were not smart enough to qualify to get an athletic scholarship from a major university straight from high school.

    • Bill

      Well, I worked full time while going to college, and had NO full scholarship to fall back on. A pathetic (compared to now) GI bill was all I had. But expecting a black to take a job, even one of the cushy campus jobs, for extra money would be expecting too much I guess.

    • AutomaticSlim

      “not smart enough to qualify to get an athletic scholarship”

      How “smart” does one have to be to get an athletic scholarship?

      Take Georgetown for example. A school that generally required about a 1300 on the SATs (at least back in the 80s). But they dished out athletic scholarships to players like Patrick Ewing (would could hardly speak a full sentence until around his junior year), Reggie Williams, ultra violent thug Michael “Crack ‘Em” Graham, Alonzo Mourning, Dikembe Mutumbo (who has made an appearance in a commercial as of late, showing off his intelligence), and of course, last but not least, the world renowned intellectual Allen Iverson, who, if it were not for his basketball career, would most likely be either a pimp or a crack dealer.

      • Iverson was already doing a five bid in prison for a violent mahogany mob hate crime against white people when Georgetown’s basketball coach at the time, John “Thou Shalt Not Recruit Whites” Thompson Jr leaned on Virginia’s (at the time) black Governor to pardon him. Strangely, Iverson was Thompson’s first scholarship basketball player at Georgetown to leave school early and not use up all four years of his eligibility to pretend to get a Georgetown degree.

        • Luis

          When Iverson went to Georgetown, his mother pleaded with John Thompson, “Please save my son”.

    • jambi19

      Why couldn’t they get a credit card like everyone else that goes to college?

    • this from the resident black apologist

    • MBlanc46

      Rich alumni are supposed to take care of the cars and spending money. Maybe Syracuse is no longer big time enough to keep the money flowing.

  • LastBastionOfHope

    They will probably get a slap on the wrist and a look the other way. The concept of student athletes these days is mostly a joke with few exceptions. At the DI level at major schools in NCAA football and basketball, most of the “student athletes” are really just thugs from the ghetto who were great at sports, yet couldn’t read, write, or perform well on IQ tests. Why can’t we just call them what they are: athletes? This is common practice. The black thugs from the hood get into these prestigious universities on athletic scholarship, and mix in with the middle and upper middle class white and asian kids. They see they have nice things, and they take them. I’ve said this before but I had my Xbox stolen by a black thug basketball player.

    Black student athletes at prestigious universities is like a mentally retarded person joining Mensa.

  • JohnEngelman

    Awhile ago, it might have been on American Renaissance, I read of a black student who was given a full tuition scholarship at an elite prep school, and then a full tuition scholarship at an Ivy League school.

    He never attended the Ivy League school, however. During the summer between schools he was killed in self defense by a plain clothes police officer he tried to mug.

    • Howard W. Campbell

      Google the name Edmund Perry. This was from 1985, but this individual and his brother (also a prep school grad) tried to mug a plain clothes cop. Here was a kid who had a full ride to Stanford. It was later revealed that Edmund was dealing drugs at Philips Exeter. I guess the elites couldn’t bring themselves to agree with those nasty ol’ racists. You can take them out of the hood, but not the hood out of them.

  • Michael Alan Prock

    Maybe some sympathy is in order. Most of these guys are just trying to make it to the pros and the competition is pretty tough:

  • Michael Mason

    Do Africans have the ability to understand right from wrong?

    • StillModerated

      Right is what’s good for me. Wrong is what’s good for everybody else.

    • JohnEngelman

      Right is getting away with it. Wrong is being arrested.

  • bigone4u

    Blacks need to learn only to steal from liberals and leave a calling card stating that such theft is reparations for slavery. Then there would be no criminal complaint, only a white victim shouting, ” I am so guilty. Take everything.”

    • JohnEngelman

      It is unfortunately the case that most liberals need to be victims of several black criminals before they realize that there is a problem that cannot be solved by more social reform and social welfare spending.

  • haroldcrews

    Sports being frivolous and trivial aren’t something adults should have any interest. I’m not speaking of participating in sports since there is a health and socializing benefit in some sports though not all. Obsession over sports much beyond puberty is a character defect.

  • Bon, From the Land of Babble


    Those two look like fine young scholars pursuing academic excellence. Whatever could have led them astray? I’m sure once this misunderstanding is cleared up they’ll be “ray lewis-ed” back into Syracuse.

    After that, they’ll be stars in the NFL: National Felons League

    These days college football and basketball coaches spend half of their time coaching and half bailing their players out of jail.


  • Dr. X

    What is it with blacks and flat-screens (and X-boxes), anyway??? Weren’t blacks stealing flat-screens during Hurrican Katrina when the power was out and their homes were getting flooded? Seriously, if you’re going to steal, you might as well steal cash, guns, jewels, cars, etc. instead of a freakin’ flat-screen. What are you going to do with a flat-screen? Sit there all day and watch Jerry Springer and Maury Povich ask “who’s the father of the baby?”

    • Bill

      Electronics, sneakers, beer and bling were what was important to blacks when they had no electricity to run anything, no water, they were wading through polluted and disease ridden water up to the waist, and most food had been contaminated. To top it all off, they SHOT at emergency and NG helicopters there only to try to save them and airlift in medical supplies and food. Zimbabwe and South Africa had come to America overnight. Never forget that is how thin the line is between a black and any sort of civilized behavior. Once the cops are occupied elsewhere they revert to their natural behavior. As an aside, many of the cops in NO were black, so they deserted or they were looting along with the hooligans.

  • anarchyst

    Prime future candidates for the NFL (Negro Felon League) .. . 🙂

    • Michael_C_Scott

      The one on the bottom looks dense enough to crack masonry with his head. In his case, the Negro Felon League is a mathematical certainty.

  • Michael_C_Scott

    The genuinely puzzling aspect to this case is while they were breaking into occupied apartments at night, they don’t appear to have committed any rapes.

    I’m sure the other students and their families who have bitten off huge student loan debts are just delighted that these thieves were there on full scholarships. That would certainly make me feel really special!

  • Mariner33

    Like a dog with fleas, they just can’t stop the itch and the resultant scratching. DNA splicing therapy in the future might be their only hope.