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Wow......now I wonder who made the student newspaper remove the article? The little nick-tater strikes again!
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Wow Page has been removed!
For some reason every time I tried to pull up the link it said page had been removed. I went to the actual site to read the article. I can't imagine what this kid was going through.
This post was edited by AUMAJORPAYNE 14 months ago
The report says they have been suspended by "Saban". He'll just reload and keep on going. It's really a sad situation that these "young men" thought they could get away with it, and the lack of self control. There are so many of these younger generation that consider only themselves and what they want. No consideration for their fellow man. They have no conscience, have no respect for authorities or others. It happened on our watch as well. I only hope Gus and this coaching staff can turn these "kids" into "young men". Maybe if allot of these kids had had a Carl Lawson Sr as a role model growing up they would have stood a better chance. But I didn't have a Dad growing up, but I was taught about respecting others and authority. I'd like to think it wasn't the society when I grew up, but possibly the area. Small Ga town upbringing where neighobor helped neighbor and where a boy was expected to grow up to be a gentlman, but proud and stubborn for the things he believed in. Those things would be God, family and friends, in that order. I don't see this as a representation of UA football, as much as a representation of boys who haven't been held accountable. This could be the start of a new life for them. But it's tougher with a record, but not impossible if they work hard and stay focused. I hope that they can. Sorry didn't mean to preach, but I am a bit tired of these things happening.
This post was edited by TNAubie 14 months ago
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