Mac may not have even gotten in Wes's house. Could have been on the porch, Denny's, anywhere. Parents may not have been home on purpose. With all of the fishy-ness, I don't think the parents wanted to face Mac, either.
Yep, if you're truly unhappy with someone, you're not afraid to look them in the eye and tell them about it. If you're hiding the real reason for transferring, you skip town and give the standard old excuse (I was unhappy with the coach). This could really backfire on Wesley. ISU could hold open his scholarship which means he can't talk to any other schools until this time next year. That's going to eat him up. If ever a school were to do that, this is the time.
Basically right now I am in neither camp. Gmac needs to learn to keep recruits at ISU and win basketball games. Wes needs to grow up and quit crying that he is getting yelled at by his coach. THis sounds very high school to me. From Gmac to Wes. Hey Coach Mac-Give us a winning team. That is a better press conferance for you. I am sick of being givin excuses.
Knownothing is your screen name. Its right on.
"They'd write things like...Lloyd. See you around....maybe."
I don't know what any of you could make of this, but I found an article that suggests a previous history of WJ's brother being controlling of him. Corsicana Daily Sun, Corsicana, Texas - Wesley’s Journey
Look for the part where it talks about him going to prep school.
Funny to read the last quote....
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