Discussion in 'The Tiger's Den' started by fanatic, Nov 16, 2020.
Your friend Shalise wouldn’t be very happy with this comment, Tap.
Do I care? Now your attacking various opinion writers?
Here you go @tzanghi, he's Coonie - just like you. Get your bats & wet noodles out & go to work on him.
We got him on the ropes, boys. He’s awfully feisty today.
Agreed. It’s not like these guys get on campus and are given the green light to sexually assault women while the football department looks the other way.
I believe athletes are absolutely given favoritism but don’t believe it’s why these situations are happening. It’s not because Coach O isn’t reminding them at the end of every meeting to not rape and beat women.
When these kids show up on campus their moral compass is already pretty well established. The reality is these guys were going to abuse and assault women no matter where they were given the opportunity (in the event that’s truly what happened).
I’ve seen it compared to Briles and Baylors situation and that’s not 100% apples to apples. Briles brought transfer players in who had previous allegations against them at previous schools and dismissed former coaches opinions. Coach O just seems to have a lot of players being accused under his watch. It’s a tough situation.
Again, if we find evidence of a cover up to win football games, these fuckers should be prosecuted. And anybody hoping that’s the case just to get a football coach fired really needs to rethink the repercussions of what that will do to this university. It’s disgraceful.
Where is the USA Today article targeting Memphis? Who allowed Parrish to transfer in after he was suspended for alleged rape.
This is a hit piece directed at a national brand to generate more outrage and in turn more clicks.
He can't help it. He works for CNN
Agreed, there is no due process with #socialjustice or #metoo. It is the modern day version of a type of mob I cant name b/c that word is also offensive. Whats sad is the people that justify this dont see the logical outcome. Its the inverse of the same evil they purport to be fighting. In short, moral equivalence.
Oh dis gone be good.