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Police entered his home to value his belongings.
It sucks, but I can't really feel sorry for a guy that had millions and didn't save a dollar of it.
He did have a really cool party though
Sad, but not sad at the same time.
I'll certainly never forget that National Title. Easily the best game I've ever seen considering the stakes, and VY couldn't have played better.
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You should prepare yourself to live with the consequences of your decisions, whatever they may be.
All that money and nothing to show for it.
Not sure how some people can be so stupid.
I mean, he did score a 6 on the Wonderlic Test.
good. anyone as stupid as him doesn't deserve money like he had.
10 Major Poll National Titles (CFB record)
35 Bowl Wins (CFB record)
72 Wins over last 6 years (CFB record)
Radio will probably be selling cars this time next year
Pig Prather considers him Einstein
Sorry but I'm not going to feel sorry for an overpaid millionaire who has zero common sense and loses his money.
I feel really bad for them, I hope they can recoup the $1.7 million they loaned him.
Half of Bama's roster has an IQ in the same vicinity as VY's.
Why should we have to go to class if we came here to play FOOTBALL, we ain't come to play SCHOOL, classes are POINTLESS
Can't believe another athlete is broke after not learning how to handle money. Shocking.
They probably already have the millions as well
This post was edited by Aces High 9 months ago
I like the nickname radio
add him to the list of athletes that have wasted their wealth... and 50 cent , who was in prison, learned how to invest his money and is now fillthy rich.. irony???
Should have taken the Heisman when they offered him Reggie's.
This post was edited by bgosnell151 9 months ago
It is sad but honestly wouldn't you be much more surprised if this articel said Vince Young shrewdly invested all of his money and is now running a multi-million dollar business
I still say Vince was the best college player I've ever seen
Agreed. Granted I'm young, but he was so dominant in every game I watched of his.
If you want the ultimate, you've got to be willing to pay the ultimate price. It's not tragic to die doing what you love.
“I asked Andy, ‘could I be part of the team again?’ He was like ‘I would love for you to stay here but you’re not a backup quarterback’ so when I heard the big guy, big red, say that it showed me more confidence and more respect that he had for me when he said he wanted to see me somewhere playing. I can truly understand that and they wanted to give Mike Kafka a little more of a chance to go out and compete and backup up Mike Vick but basically he didn’t see me backing up again. He felt like I should be starting somewhere and playing so that’s just the respect he had for me and saw the hard work that I put in to get better as quarterback last year with those guys.”
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