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Just beat GT…they won’t be able to take it.
Got to love’ um up……
I really feel bad for CMR. He needs a break from this kind of stuff.
There is really no break from bad behavior from players at any serious football school, just a question of whether you step up to it or sweep it away. So little of this has to do with the coach until he ignores it for a few years. Just punks who want it all, and want it now. They care not about the coach, school, or program/teammates. Miami is in no position to take any chances so they report, has to do more with their circumstances than what anyone in the athletic department want.
Hip-hop culture. That’s what it is.
What does that mean?
I was being snarky about an earlier thread. If you didn’t read that, you wouldn’t get it. In that thread, a poster used the phrase instead of saying “Well, n-words will be n-words, what do you expect?”
Here’s the thread. Juan (fourth comment down at this writing) got the conversation started:
OK, I see. I don’t think it has anything to do with race. I think it has to do with a bunch of young men who have had their asses kissed and told how great they are and that the rules don’t apply to them their whole lives. That is a good way to create a sociopath. The fact that every team has a few should surprise no one.
I agree completely. Hence the snark.
Richt does not fit in at Da U.
Not the normal U anyways. If he’s going to be successful there he’s going to have to make Da U fit him. Whether or not he has the drive left to do so, or to do so for long is going to be interesting.
I thought he made a weird judgment taking the job.
4 million per…judgement seems fine to me.
Ya, I thought so too but Kathryn can get a job at Miami children’s, their kids can come home to play and hang out, they can retire and chill there ad finitum…..
This is mild stuff compared to what used to go on down there.
Wow. Herbstreit gets an early xmas present. What a lucky a**hole.
“I’m just going to come in, put it the work and get the respect from my teammates and help them do anything I can do to help the team win.” — Tykee Smith, UGASports.com, 4/4/21
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