Fool me once, shame on me. Fool me twice? Congratulations, you'd probably make a pretty good con-man.
Best talent evaluator in the country and he still ends up with numbskulls. This generation baffles me, never satisfied with what they have.
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"It's not luck, it's random bursts of talent." - Gage Robinson
this is disgraceful. Not worried about replacing them, plenty of talent waiting to take their place, it's just disgraceful for the program, for the university and their families. This sort of thing needs to be cut off now before it grows.
It's early so don't know the whole story, but my first thought would be that none of these guys will be coming back. Hate it the most for DJ Pettway and Eddie Williams. I live near Pensacola, so was rooting for Pettway and hate to see him throw away his great opportunity. A lot of potential wasted.
Well, assuming these charges stick, I assume they're gone. We need the space anyway, especially for guys who want to be there and intend to do things right.
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Very sad for those four, unbelieveable. What the heck were they thinking? I was in a good mood today until I saw that.
Send me up some Pibb Extra and Golden Flake potato chips please
Nice way to promote your career guys. Forget where and whom you were playing for?
Wasn't Tyler Hayes one of the 2 sent home from Miami in January?
Calloway's previous issues with weed won't help this at all.
I've read the end of The Book and I know who wins!
I hate four players got arrested, but that means more than a hundred players didn't.
I know Calloway and Williams are the big names but I think we will miss the other two more.
You will suffer through one of two things in life, either the pain of discipline or the pain of disappointment - Nick Saban
Can one of the lawyers on here tell me if this is an accurate description of second degree robbery?
Second degree robbery is the taking of anything of value belonging to another from the person of another or that is in the immediate control of another when the offender intentionally inflicts serious bodily injury.
(2) For purposes of this Section, "serious bodily injury" means bodily injury which involves unconsciousness, extreme physical pain or protracted and obvious disfigurement, or protracted loss or impairment of the function of a bodily member, organ, or mental faculty, or a substantial risk of death.