I understand but the fact that this is reason he finally gets suspended for something is what I am laughing at.The thing is, this is actually the lesser of the 3 things he got in hot water for and the one that actually costs him playing time. In all honesty, had it been just a regular student, they don't get in trouble for doing what he did.
I'm wary of laughing at another school's trouble for having immature athletes. As last summer proves, as soon as we starting laughing at someone else's problems, karma tends to give us our own set of problems.
Sounds like a Clemson fan.A buddy of mine (Clemson fan) said he thinks it's a calculated Heisman posturing move. They sit him out the first half and let Clemson get a little lead. Then he gets to come to the rescue in the second half and lead them to the win.
Also said he thinks if they really want to punish him they should make him play the whole game and suspend the O-line for the first half.
I hear you, but it's very likely that another incident's gonna happen. He can't survive another black-eye to the school, especially with the "get it right" climate being set by the NFL regarding conduct issues.If you believe a shred of those twitter rumors, you're not watching this game. The struggle is real.
Or, "Son, you have probably cost yourself a few million dollars with your stupidity, get out of my sight."That look should have had a caption: "Son, you have probably cost me a few million dollars with your stupidity, get out of my sight."