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I was reading some reports about the incident.,This was not just a robbery but a vicious assault.This kids injuries were terrible.This kid was not just after money,that kind of violence against an innocent victim seems like something deeper going on..Most of the media are calling for a suspension.Are they kidding?The invisible girl friend story was the end of the world,but these kids only warrant a suspension? For the ones who only stood and watched you may have a case for a second chance ,but the actual assailant belongs in jail The victim said he still loves Alabama football Good for .him ,I wish him a speedy recovery
I'll be the first to admit I don't know the details but illegally carrying a fire arm coupled with the beating and robbing of anyone seems to warrant prison time over dismissal or suspension from a football team.. Just my 2 cents
ESPN will not negatively report on their product......
Exactly... The second greatest hurdle to overcome, NCAA unwilling to do anything about anything, ever being the first
Yeah pretty sure football will be his last concern moving forward. I think even the best lawyer would sit him down and say " look I know your family had to put up everything just to hire me, but your still going to prison". Hopefully the victim in this is going to be okay.
Here's one version of the story.
A friend of an Alabama student, who says he was attacked, describes finding his pal covered in blood. 'His left side of his face was gigantic. The bottom half of his face was completely covered in blood; he was bleeding badly from his lip. He had clearly been badly beaten.'
Think about what kind of person(s) it takes to do that to someone, and the victim was damn near defenseless when you think about the strength of a major college football player versus that of a regular kid. Unbelievable! I'm a police officer, so that really burns me up!! I hope to hell they see the inside of a cell for a long, long time!!! 28 points worth of difference on a football field wouldn't be worth having one of those thugs on the team, much less four and probably more.
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