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So it was the truth. Imagine that.
This post was edited by T I G E R73080 2 years ago
We've all known this since last year.
Doesn't change the fact that Lawson was sent home.
Hey Trojans, LSU's 74 are better than your 75.
they should not have even wasted a trip iyam
This post was edited by Boner 23 months ago
he didnt realize SWAG wasnt part of the SPARQ testing .
on another note it just shows how lame the Lib movement is .
a) we pay limitless freebie-funds to those that wont do for themselves although Welfare is under the umbrella of National Parks which strives to not feed the aminals because they will not learn to fend for themselves .
b) now they allow football prospects to compete in camps that have prospects in pads at the events, but the Georgia Panzie-posse wants their kids to be out of pads .
now that makes perfect sense .
I feel like because of the deaths something had to be done about wearing pads, really they should have made it optional, seeing as these kids are under the age of 18 parent or guardian consent would allow the Georgia players to wear pads. The decision to ban them completely is stupid.
my thing is its hotter in august than now so i don't see the big deal
They have to practice in pads then, but most teams have 4am practices.
Where are all the idiots from yesterday?
what you talkin about. we went through 2 a days in august and we never practiced that early. our 1st practice was at 9 or so and our afternoon practice was 3 or 4.
I believe kids in Alabama aren't allowed to compete in pads either. I agree with the idea that parents should be the ones to decide whether their kids can compete or not. Not the individual states.
2009, 2011, 2012 Champs
Well, they didn't care about us back then.
My junior year of HS (2007-2008) we started having 4 am practices in the summer. You can practice longer and its not hot. You also didn't play on turf.
im sorry but i don't agree with this stuff at all. i don't feel sorry for the kids. i have went through all this stuff. i know its hot with pads on but i did it for 4 years and i never seen anyone fall out. the key is staying hydrated and the coaches not overdoing it. Georgia is a joke for comin up with this rule
lol man you're young. i graduated in 2002
4 kids have died in the last 2 years of heat strokes in GA. Stop being an asshole.
we played on turf a few times
He was sent home because of "swag" problems. Kid knew he couldn't compete when he came out there. Check twitter and the analysts mention it retard.
No, you tards were saying it was bc he was a "pussy."
im not. ok i get your point but people have died in the nfl but they still do the same stuff. people these days are soft and don't know what real work is. this isn't basketball or baseball. this is football. its a violent sport and it ain't for everybody. if you can't handle the elements then you shouldn't play. that's like hunting if you can't handle the cold snow rain and all that comes with it don't go hunting
You're calling out the players, for what? I'm sure the players would love to play in pads but they can't.
NFL doesn't wear pads at all.
We had 4-a-days at defensive camp in 2007. That was on top of a hill in Carrollton GA. When it finally rained, we rejoiced.
pssshhhhhhhhhh love to play in full pads in 117 degree heat? haha. Coaches don't care about heat index.
im not calling out anyone in particular. im talkin about people in general. if that shoe fits your foot then you can wear it too.
I'm talking about the Opening, the weather in Oregon is nothing like that.
they sure don't at least our coaches didn't but they knew when we had enough. most of the players don't either. the ones that do care don't really wanna play
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