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We likely put him back in...is that what you want admitted? He never said we would have handled it different...wooo you mad......had we done it I'm sure the threads would be jumping off the page..we didn't...discuss!
Yeah he mad.
It is obvious the only ones on the thread arguing are from other B1G schools.
Scored 4 touchdowns...in a single game. Polk High!
What I do, or you do, or your wife does is irrelevant.
You are creating a scenario based on specualtion. Speculation that has no basis given the video evidence.
The MSU staff is claiming Gholston got the wind knocked out of him.
Are any of us realistically supposed to believe that excuse?
This post was edited by devidee 18 months ago
probably so...from homers from Rivals schools.
So then we agree the OP is simply trolling.
This post was edited by dpfenny 18 months ago
Once again, I do not think that is what happened, but I could absolutely see where the staff could be fooled by the player. It happens all the time...at every school. Who knows, he may have had the wind knocked out of him as well.
As for the speculation...you are doing the same thing. You are speculating that the whole time he is not moving, he is knocked out. Pure speculation.
My opinion is based off of video evidence. Video evidence with multiple angles and slow-motion.
I'm going to go ahead and assume you sleep with the clown shoes on.
Which angle shows whether on not he was communicating with the staff? I must have missed that one.
Troll on homer...
Again, how can you comminucate when you have the wind knocked out?
Why does the ref tap his back to check for consciousness then yell at everyone to backup afterwards? Why does the MSU trainer come in, first trying to communicate with him and immediately stabilize his neck? You can see that in the video
Is there any evidence that he WAS communicating with the staff during the 73 seconds of nap time?
Listen fellas, clearly Gholston was face down, totally limp communicating to everyone that he was perfectly fine.
I mean, we've got to be reasonable here.
Think about this quote, whoever is defending MSU for claiming he had the wind knocked out of him.
Gholston took a shot to the head. I have never head of the wind being knocked out of someone from a blow to the head.
Where in that video is there evidence of having the wind knocked out of him?
Do players that hurt their necks and lay motionless on the ground communicate with the refs and or training staff? Yep.
Could the player have been knocked out for 30 sec then continued to lay there after he regained consciousness and communicated with the staff when the arrived? Yep. Do trainers tell the players not to move? Yep Are you a troll? absolutely.
Face it, you have no idea. Pure speculation.
Make sure you use the big rug to wipe off those shoes before getting into bed tonight.
Grow up loser. You must make your parent proud.
Let me know when trainers get television replays on the sidelines so they can diagnose what happened to a player.
Maybe Brax gouged his solar plexus while under the pile.
Trainers cut corners and do what they need for the program..period!!
Yep, they all risk being sued and or losing their license etc when they know the cameras and reporters are there watching it all. They are all crooked...including OSUs. I guess the OP thought it was only an MSU thing.
Some things in life are obvious, and this is one of them. It is like watching a soccer player roll on the ground writhering in pain while the replay shows he was never touched. A blow to the head does not lead to getting the wind knocked out of you.
Once again...I will go slower for you. Trainers DO NOT HAVE TELEVISIONS ON THE SIDELINES WATCHING THE REPLAYS. They are usually attending other players needs, etc until they are called to the field.
I just got a call from my cousin's-best friend's-sister's-uncle who is a trainer and he says you're full of crap, bro.
It's a good thing trainers husbands have T.V.
devidee is winning this thread so hard. Notre Dame guy is mad.
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