BOCA RATON, Fla. . -- Florida Atlantic has withdrawn Carl Pelinis resignation as football coach and has fired him instead, saying they had cause to do so because he failed to report certain conduct of a member of his staff. The letter, dated Tuesday and sent to Pelinis home address by FAU Interim President Dennis Crudele, does not cite drug use as a reason for the firing. Pelini resigned Oct. 30 after FAU athletic director Patrick Chun said he and former defensive co-ordinator Pete Rekstis acknowledged using illegal drugs. Pelini denied that claim, though a member of his FAU staff assisted the schools investigation by writing an affidavit claiming to have personally witnessed him using marijuana and cocaine. Pelini eventually asked that the resignation be withdrawn and got his wish, though did not get his job back. "I recognize the importance to you of clarifying that you did not resign because you admitted to using illegal drugs, and that FAU did not terminate your employment because of a finding that you used illegal drugs," Crudele wrote. "Accordingly, to clarify these significant points and to complete our discussions regarding your separation from employment at FAU, your resignation is withdrawn." Crudele also told Pelini that FAU believes its officials acted properly with the way they handled the circumstances surrounding the coachs departure. The move means the former coach will not be asked for a $500,000 repayment the school could have demanded because he resigned, though it was unclear if the Owls would have pursued that fee anyway. It also lauds Pelini for the work he did with the Owls. FAU (5-6) is 3-0 since Pelini was replaced by interim coach Brian Wright, and could become bowl-eligible with a win in the regular-season finale against FIU. Crudele wrote to Pelini that the Owls finish this season "is a direct reflection of your good work." Crudeles letter also indicates that Pelini has waived his right to appeal the firing. . The Toronto Blue Jays general manager made a series of bold moves that reshaped the club ahead of what would turn out to be a disastrous 2013 campaign. .com) - Eric Fehr and Marcus Johansson each registered a pair of goals, as Washington spoiled the head coaching debut of Peter Horachek by picking up a 6-2 victory in Toronto on Wednesday.TSN delivers live coverage of the first round of the CFL Draft tonight at 7pm et/4pm pt. The draft, which is also available live on TSN GO, features CFL Commissioner Mark Cohon in studio to put Ottawa on the clock and announce their first round pick. Hosting TSNs first round coverage is Rod Black, who will be joined by CFL on TSN analyst and draft guru Duane Forde, who has covered the draft on nine previous occasions. CFL on TSN analysts Chris Schultz and Paul LaPolice join Black and Forde on the panel to break down the draft from the perspective of all teams and analyze the players selected over the course of the first two rounds. Also in the TSN Studio is reporter Farhan Lalji, who is joined by Lee Barette, founder of the pre-eminent website on football prospects in Canada, CanadaFootballChat.com. TSNs best-in-class team will have insights and reaction from around the league, including coverage from the war rooms of the Ottawa Redblacks, BC Lions, Calgary Stampeders, and Saskatchewan Roughriders. Following the televised broadcast of the first round, TSN.ca and TSN GO have bonus live streaming coverage of the second to seventh rounds beginning at 8:15pm et/5:15pm pt. Lalji hosts as Forde, LaPolice, annd Barette provide scouting reports and assess the picks throughout the remaining rounds of the 2014 CFL Draft. . The 2014 CFL Draft features eligible Canadian players from the CIS and NCAA. Top prospects include: - McGill offensive lineman Laurent Duvernay-Tardif - University of Montreal offensive lineman David Foucault - Laval offensive lineman Pierre Lavertu - University of Manitoba defensive lineman Evan Gill - St. Francis Xavier wide receiver Devon Bailey TSN Digital TSN digital platforms have the 2014 CFL Draft covered from all angles. Along with live streaming of the second to seventh rounds, TSN.ca has Fordes most up-to-date CFL Draft Rankings, plus profiles and videos on some of the Drafts top prospects. Select fan tweets using #CFLDraft and #TSN will be featured during the live broadcast along with reaction to the picks from CFL players and prospects on Twitter as the Draft unfolds. TSN Radio TSN Radio 690s Rick Moffat and TSN Radio 1290s Darrin Bauming will provide post-draft blogs for the Montreal Alouettes and Winnipeg Blue Bombers, while TSN Radio 1050s Mike Hogan will be in the Argonauts war room on draft day and will file a post-draft blog as well. ' ' '