i do not know what Greg's childhood was like but i do know one thing. i watched him argue with his position coach (alford) at a practice to the point that Greg said he did not need ISU and did not want to be here. Tony told him to get his #$%^ and leave.
Coach Alford offered his help to pack. Seems like the young man had a problem with authority.
Bottom line it is too bad that these "kids" and they are kids when they come to school, do not know how to handle the pressure that coaches are putting them through these days. Some grow up and some do not, that is unfortunate.
PS. The dig at Coach Mac did not need to come out early in this thread, if at all. Coach had to take some "chances" he was recruiting to ISU. that was a tough sell.
I'm shocked. I mean...how could anyone expect Coleman to hold onto anything that need to be taken from the house? Surely he'd drop it all right at the doorstep.
It's bad, but I just couldn't help but chuckle at this...
Originally Posted by shildreth
One occupant of the house was repeatedly pistol-whipped
Did he say "shenanigans?"
Chuck Lidell: I paint my toenails with pink and black polish. Problem is, I get more paint on my toes and on the carpet than on my nails. Any advice? Maria Sharapova: Don't you beat up other guys for a living? I don't know how to answer this.
If only Nick Leaders could have held on to that interception...
Originally Posted by The_Architect
Or Sumrall didn't get caught from behind by a LB
Or turn the ball over right after that and not scoring. Or Jackson picking up the fumble cleanly (I think it was Jackson at least) at the end of the game. That game had to have the most could, shoulda, wouldas.
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