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Lower your voice
Hell, for under 21 year olds, 2 beers can get you a DUI since the limit is just 0.02
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Just so everyone Understand. Since he is under 21 if you have 2 beers you are consider DUI. You only have to be over.02 Not the normal.08. So one game is fair. He was below.08 that most people think of with a DUI. Not playing it down. But if the kid has never been in trouble before that is nice wake up call to miss the Chick-Fli-A Kick Off Classic in Atlanta where the Kid is actually from. So none of is friend from High School will get to see him play.
I sense you may get beat up a bit for this comment...
So where does it say what BAC he blew?
I don't know the particulars of the story, but did he almost Kill someone?
Sadly, the problems in Nebraska are in the coaching offices and the fans that sit in the seats and defend them.
No, but don't let that little bit of truth cloud your judgement when reading what MattC has to say.
Maybe we should kick off players that text and drive because studies have shown it is the equivalent of a 0.08 BAC too
Well Geno "allegedly" got a DUI. Pretty sure he has not been to court and convicted in a three day time frame.
Saban does not have a problem with discipline on his teams so why you idiots question him is beyond me. I am sure Geno has paid a hefty price for his mistake.
Stay stupid big 10/12.
You can't give me a single example to back this statement up without talking about "back in 2007" or "5 years ago".
What do you expect from the Alabama Crimson Slives... look at the schedule now this shit... Johnny is still gonna work that ass no matter what Saban or Mike Slive does
Our Butch is an awesome Butch he reigns from Knoxville with Jalen Hurd on the way our Butch is an awesome Butch
I think Geno got screwed.
2 beers =1 game
while a kid at another school has "allegedly" still not paid taxes on over 180K while another loaned out his gun for a crack-trailer raid & neither missed the 1st game.
thanks for quoting me in your 5000th post man...
seemed fitting for the thread.....in honor of a "lifted suspension".
Geno was not drunk driving. He was under the legal limit except for the fact he was under age. The changes will end up being wreckless driving
Even though Im a Bama Fan, I agree 100% with this AU post!
Weed might be illegal but Driving under the influence could kill yourself, others in the car, bystanders, children....
He should be out for a lot longer and given a message to the rest of the team! Bet drinking is on Coach Cochran's diet plan?
Go to class, study, workout, study game film, practice, meet girls and play football!
I would bet my life savings that the majority of the bolded activity takes place at locations where alcohol is available. I don't condone underage drinking or drunk driving, but they're still college kids, brah. Let them enjoy college.
dude, I hope they do enjoy college, but drunk driving is wrong and should be handled seriously...even if they are football players with there future in hands of the coaches.
That's why he kicked 4 good players off the team in Feb?
HATER. Urb had more players arrested while he was at fla than any other school. Also, knew of A Hernandez's gang involvement and still signed to scholly. The only reason CH got 3 games is UM knew all the eyes of college football were on him.
Which means he was drunk driving.
If he was 21 he would have been let go...1 beer is not drunk driving
Correct, however he isn't, which means he was drunk driving. You can try and sugar coat this anyway you want but he was drunk driving.
You can put any legal spin on it you want but he wasnt drunk apparently. There's a legal definition and a common sense definition.
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