Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by cmgoods, Jan 23, 2014.
Solid body slam. Any chance we can flip him?
Wow. That was brutal.
Kid is big time trouble and I'd be surprised if any team, at least outside of the SEC/Florida would consider him at this stage. From an article I just read about the dude:
Might end up the starting QB in a real life version of Semi-Tough.
Kid has some real issues.
If he is already 18 he may end up getting his diploma from a prison HS. That action is likely to result in him getting some serious time. At the minimun he will be expelled.
One story said it was a misdemeanor. Can that be right ?
Well it is Detroit.
Different states have different laws. There is also a lot of leeway in terms of how they charge. I looks like the guard was not significantly hurt in the event and as you say it's Detroit. They may be charging on the lower end of the spectrum.
I know where I work that if a student did that the sherriff would charge as high up as they could and with the video tape the DA would support the charges. The kid would be spending some time behind bars and dealing with supervised probation when he gets out. His time in the regular public schools would be pretty much over.
The cop dropped the charges.
Cop is not a Michigan fan
I see the similarities, but her body slams were usually more verbal than physical
Probably got death threats from MSU fans.
He'd be perfect here. He could come here and, you know, mellow out.
Before it's all said and done will flip to LSU. Players will vote him back on the team, especially if the cop was an ex-marine.
I think Richie Incognito has found an apprentice.
Paychecks with death threats written on them.
fify. This is MSU we're talking about...
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