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did he get lost?...maybe he is having a heat stroke
You didn't see the need to provide a source, so let me post the rules from the GHSA website. From page 65 of the bylaws:
D. Football practice may begin no earlier than August 1st.
1. In the first five days, at least two days must have practices with players dressed in shorts, helmets, shoulder
pads, mouthpieces and shoes only. The other three days MAY include practices that have players in full pads,
but no more than two consecutive days of the first five days may have full pads in use. Coaches are not required to have any practices in full pads during the first five days of practice.
2. At school workouts from the end of school in the spring until the first day of practice in the fall, players may wear no other protective football equipment except helmets and mouthpieces for all voluntary workouts and passing league games. NOTE: Any modification of this equipment rule in summer camps requires the approval of the Executive Director.
Here's the rule about the penalty for illegal practices from page 39:
(8) Schools found guilty of having illegal practices will be subject to penalties that may include a fine,
warning, probation, and/or suspension by the GHSA Executive Director.
I don't see anything whatsoever in the Georgia bylaws that indicate that the Georgia association claims any jurisdiction over an independent, voluntary individual camp in Oregon or that there would be any penalty whatsoever for a Georgia athlete wearing pads at the event. All of the wording has to do with school workouts and school run camps.
The link to the Georgia bylaws is below. Perhaps you could find something to verify that Georgia players were not allowed to wear pads and any penalty for doing so. Good luck with that.
The more telling thing about this kid is not that he got sent home, but that he lied to his new fan base about why he left, rather than owning up to it an accepting responsibility.
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This post was edited by airharper 2 years ago
nothing racist about that take .
poor attitude , Zeke, towel waver , low-character , twerps..... Auburn
I sure hope that MS heat wasn't too much for him
The whole point about pads is a red herring anyway. It's entirely possible that he was under the assumption that he couldn't wear pads. That has nothing to do with the reason why, out of about a dozen Georgia players present, apparently he was the only one who left early.
well at least we know he hasn't wandered to far away ..county sheriff should find him
are you serious ?
Aub Swag / poor attitude & low character is better than dying in an E4 ?
you need to get a tight grip & step out of the delusion known as Marsha's Village .
He was there to compete, obviously. Why stick around if you can only sit there.
Same reason the other ten did. And if they're in pads, that should have been a clue to him.
But again, that just further demonstrates that the issue of pads is just a smokescreen.
Bama fans mad Lawson is a 5* ITT.
You ever find that source?
Nope Carl spit in some chump named OJ Howard's pizza.
Now that's funny!
Barners are such sad little creatures.
The other two GA lineman, shamiere devine and brandon kublanow, didn't participate in pads due to GA state rules. It's even posted on Bol by Charles power.
that's means nothing. this is just temperature. it doesn't factor in tin humidity. i would much rather have 100 degrees with 40%humidity over 95 degrees with 120 % humidity
This post was edited by Boner 23 months ago
You really are stupid.
if it gets to 120% , your probably under the ocean or something
how am i stupid? you didn't prove that Mississippi isn't hotter in tin summer. all you proved is Georgia is around 1 degree warmer for a yearly average. maybe we are colder during the winter. but you're the one that's stupid for even linking that cause it proved zero
it was just a figure of speech dude.
have you ever been to GA?
yes i have and it doesn't compare to a Mississippi summer. im. sorry it just doesn't
yes and it doesn't eternal compare to a Mississippi summer.
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