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I know we have our own issues but this beyond comical. In today's FWST.
Defensive tackle Brandon Moore, a junior-college transfer who started five games for the Texas Longhorns last season, has decided to forgo his senior season and enter the 2013 NFL Draft. Moore and school officals announced Friday. Moore, who began his college career at Alabama, made 18 tackles (eight for losses) and two sacks in his lone season at Texas.
Translation-Classroom work and Moore don't get along.
OH NO! Schmitty has forced another player to enter the draft. The spill over from his ultrahard workouts continues to other universities. The trauma of just hearing about what Schmitty forces his players to do seems to be enough to make a lot of players leave early. They just can't handle the rumors!
Not even close to humorous at all. Trying some new material may help.
I thought it was humorous.
Well unless they want him to enter the draft, I am sure he will change his mind pretty soon.....
I thought it was very funny
Sarcasm isn't everyones friend, but most of us love it.
I agree, it was funny sarcasm pointed at some funny (odd) posters who deserve to be made fun of.
It was funny the first, second and even third time. Now its just used up.
I thought that it was funny too.
I wanted this kid at OU, oh well.
What's used up is the same old critics swinging back and forth between "workouts are too tough" and "our players are too soft".
Yep...it used to be Schmitty was too tough on players, now the program is too soft. I guess it's a balancing act...
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