Missouri’s Dorial Green-Beckham gets popped for his second drug offense.
Filed under Crime and Punishment, SEC Football
“…..no charges were filed.” Hmmm……….
Yeah, that’s my reaction, too. 75% chance this just kind of goes away for “lack of evidence.” Regardless, terrific post title.
Best headline. It’s ironic that Winston beat AU because if he had been charged and dismissed from AU, then he would have been AU’s QB in a couple of years.
Best headline/headsnark ever on GTP . . . let the ol’ “internal discipline” begin.
Let’s see; the first time was ia campus parking lot near the stadium and he was hit with some trespassing bullshit. Duh! of course he was dismissed without being charged the second time.
Why do the schools even bother reading of the incident when it’s going to go away. If Josh gets hit again, he won’t play in four games. This is not even close to right when talking to our players about punishment. The leader of the East? Think not.
He was picked up in Springfield and their cops won’t comment until Monday because it is still under investigation. Sounds fishy.
Who gives a shit. Only Kansas lies between Missouri and a state where this isn’t even a crime, it’s embarrassing to our society that this is news.
Aint that the truth
Amen. Embarrassing …
Has he ever played QB? Has he ever wanted to? Now’s his chance.
Keep us posted on the level of suspension, if any.
I can give you a thumbnail on that: Out for the Spring Game and then back to bidness, in the parlance of our times.
As snarky as we can make this, the sad reality is that it’s an absoulte possiblity that he will end up at Auburn. I won’t say that Auburn people “have no shame”, but I’ve even heard some of them using the phoney old adage of
“I’m so glad that -fillintheblank- was given a second chance at Auburn and is now on the right path to making something out of himself”.
This opens the way to keep on doing it…after all, it’s for the good of the kid and Auburn is just redeeming him. Bless their lil’ hearts.
The only thing more disgusting than taking the low road is taking it and pretending it’s really the high road.
“Two roads diverged in a wood and I…..I chose the one less traveled by.
And that has made all the difference.”
That road’s about to get more crowded with Junior walking it too.
College football in the state of Alabama is enough to gag a maggot.
“The only thing more disgusting than taking the low road is taking it and pretending it’s really the high road.” +1
Speaking of Auburn. Seahawks had two DB’s tip a pass to a NO receiver that had gotten loose behind them. Announcer mentioned that it looked like Auburn vs Georgia. Guess their coach didn’t explain not to let that happen at the beginning of the fourth quarter.
Did they lose the game because of it? No, that kind of 1 in a million crap just happens to us. The only reasonable explanation seems to be that God hates Mark Richt.
Auburn makes history in 2016 as two transfers, DGB and JHC become joint winners of the Heisman. Pun intended.
“Oh man, I’m not even thinking about Georgia. Kirby won 100-0 or whatever today,” Pittman said of his former boss in Athens. -- The Athletic, 9/25/21
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