And yes we will be making a "Maple Jordan" shirt after seeing this disgusting between the legs dunk at the McDonald's All-American dunk contest. Andrew Wiggins is from Toronto hence the "Maple Jordan" nickname which is oh so sweet.
Wednesday, October 09, 2013
As you probably know Jadeveon Clowney has not had the greatest junior season. Hyped as a Heisman front runner by ESPN and multiple media outlets before the season in large part to his "hit" vs Michigan in the bowl game Clowney has not come close to producing (sacks or tackles for loss) his numbers he had his freshman and sophomore seasons. Now there are questions about his conditioning and his heart. Does he really want to play? Or is he afraid to get hurt and kill his draft stock like what happened to his teammate Marcus Lattimore last season and risk losing millions of dollars?
My take: I get a Dwight Howard vibe from Clowney. He says one thing but I don't believe him. I don't think his coaches or teammates believe him either. Even the Ole Ball Coach called him out a bit during his press conference after Clowney decided to sit out vs Kentucky. Clowney knows he is going to get millions in April and doesn't want to risk it for South Carolina. I can see where he is coming from. It's a winning lottery ticket and you don't want to risk everything by putting it in the washing machine. But I also wouldn't want him on my team. If he doesn't want to play then fine. Sit out. But don't act like you do want to play and then pull some backdoor shit on your teammates, coaches, and fans.
What do you think about Clowney? Is it much ado about nothing or is he really sitting out to insure his health and NFL Draft stock?
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Well since Monday around these parts in Atlanta was considered Black Monday with the Braves again getting eliminated in Choketober and the Falcons blowing a lead vs the shitty Jets on Monday night and falling to 1-4 it's been difficult for me to even watch anything sports related, much less talk about it. Even though I can't stand the Red Sox this celebration put a smile on my face. Here we have grown men making millions of dollars acting like high school kids. I love it. Just shotgunning beers left and right. Blood, tears and beers. Don't ever grow up.
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