Resmo112 wrote:who are the LOINs?
Either way Leshoure I think will end up being ok, boy made some mistakes now he's got a second chance, if he **** up again he should be gone.
I'm sure he will have more issues. These guys are told from the moment that they show they can play ball that they're special, the rules don't apply to them, and if they need a little help with grades or that legal issue, someone will take care of that as long as they make sure that they get their HS or college team an extra win or two. Once they get to the pros, they're expected to walk a straight line when they've never had to before. They should know better, but a lot of that attitude the players have is due in large parts to all the people who value winning that state title or getting to that major bowl game above teaching kids how to do the right thing. Lloyd Carr had some players do stupid things, but they were addressed and he didn't allow kids he knew would cause problems on his teams, and he got slammed fro not winning enough. 9 or 10 wins almost every year and a relatively clean program wasn't good enough, he needed to be more like Les Miles, DickFraud, and Sweater Vest who got those slime balls, "massaged" the rules, and won more. One year Michigan had a recruit named Kelly Baraka who got charged with rape. He was told that if he beat the charges he could come back, but for now his scholarship was pulled. The same year, MSU had 2 guys, Eric Knott and I can't remember the other guy's name, who had the exact same charges. Nick Saban bent over backwards to get them into East Lansing, and they had problems the rest of their careers. As long as we see that kind of crap, we'll see idiots getting arrested once they hit the pros and they don't have boosters and coaches protecting them and covering up for them anymore.