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Behold the Power of Bobby Bowden & the Idiocy of the Florida Justice System

Posted by Thomas the Terrible on May 16, 2008

On April 23rd I wrote a post about F$Us’ Preston Parker and his arrest of a felony charge for carrying a concealed firearm and a misdemeanor for marijuana possession.

Here’s a direct quote from that post:

Florida State‘s disciplinary policy calls for suspension of any athlete facing criminal charges and prohibits any student-athlete charged with a felony, from competing until the charge is resolved. Which knowing the weight Bowden still carries should be rather soon.”

Well, I didn’t know how much weight Bobby Bowden carried then now I do. Steve God Spurrier and the rest of the SEC coaches bow down to Bobby Bowden. He’s duped the States Attorney into reducing the charges so Parker can play football. After all that’s all that matters isn’t it?

“That probably is what we are looking at most strongly,” Assistant State Attorney Alan Johnson said. “We will have an offer out there. A perfectly appropriate resolution to this case would be a reduction in charges.”

Amazing…simply amazing…and of course Parkers’ attorney is creaming his BVDs of this one.

“That’s going to be an important part of any resolution to Preston … to be able to continue his playing career at FSU,” said his attorney, Jason Weiss of West Palm Beach. I’m confident they will treat him fairly and look at his case as any person in his situation who has no prior record.”

But that’s where he is incorrect. Parker was arrested in 2006 in Tallahassee for petty theft. Those charges were dropped two weeks ago after Parker paid $170 in fees necessary to complete a pre-trial diversion program. So he isn’t exactly a “first time” offender.

“A young first offender on a non-violent crime, generally we try to see if they have got something going for them so we can give them some sort of a break,” Johnson said. We are treating this like any other case. The key is he’s not a football player, but he’s a 21-year-old kid who has a minimal prior record. Our office has bent over backwards to try to make them successful.”

According to FSU athletic department policy, the head coach determines the disciplinary action following a misdemeanor charge, which also is reviewed by the athletic director.

Coach Bobby Bowden said at his annual tour stop in Polk County last month that Parker probably would be suspended for “a few games” this season.

Weiss said Parker has expressed remorse for the arrest.

“He’s extremely sorry for the embarrassment this arrest has caused his family and the university,” Weiss said. “I know he’s committed to making the necessary changes in his life to become a positive role model and influence in the community. Part of that is eliminating the negative influences in his life.”

So if a guy gets caught with a concealed weapon and with drugs, he only has to set out (likely) the powder-puff non-conference schedule? Stay classy, Florida State.


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Yeah Officer the Gun is Mine but the Dope isn’t

Posted by Thomas the Terrible on April 23, 2008

Preston Parker was named Florida State’s most valuable player last season after leading the team with 1,513 all-purpose yards and 62 receptions, was arrested late Monday and charged with carrying a concealed .45-caliber pistol and a small amount of Florida’s finest sweet stinky weed.

This Bobby Bowden Chapter Mensa member was picked up by the F$U Po Po a little before midnight Monday for carrying a loaded semiautomatic .45-caliber pistol wedged into the dash of the car next to a bag of marijuana. Police also found a separate container stuffed with marijuana, according to the arrest report.

Parker told police he didn’t know anything about the marijuana. However, he admitted the gun was his, purchased for him by a friend before his birthday earlier this year.

That’s just sheer brilliance shining through. Someone please inform Mr. Parker that the gun is a FELONY. How South Carolina let this one get away is a mystery to me.

If someone asked me “Hey do you want to make millions and play football for the next 15 years? Just stay out of trouble, don’t smoke weed or do any other drugs.”

I’m pretty sure I could stop smoking for 15 years and MAYBE not carry illegal guns (sarcasm). I think being set for life with more money than I could imagine would be enough motivation. But I guess a lot of these idiots can’t think that far.

Florida State’s disciplinary policy calls for suspension of any athlete facing criminal charges and prohibits any student-athlete charged with a felony, from competing until the charge is resolved. Which knowing the weight Bowden still carries should be rather soon.

“Once we’ve thoroughly reviewed the details of the incident, we will handle the situation according to that policy,” said Randy Spetman, who was named athletic director earlier this year and most likely regrets it.

The Seminoles already have six starters sitting out suspensions from a classroom cheating scandal last year.

The funny thing is Florida State kicked Randy Moss out of school in the mid-1990s for being caught smoking marijuana in a West Virginia jail. Only in West Virginia…

This isn’t the first time Parker has made friends with the Po Po, he was also arrested by Tallahassee police in 2006 for swiping a $10 DVD at a Best Buy store. Yes folks…a freaking $10 DVD…sad…yes…pathetic…better believe it…was it at least a good flick? Doubtful.

In daily life as a working stiff or college athlete I am trying to think of a place, time or spot where a gun would be needed (other than law enforcement). If you think you need a gun you probably shouldn’t go to college. Is Logic mandatory? I mean it sucks as a class but it is very useful.

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Maybe FSU Wants to Encourage Lying…Ever Think of that?

Posted by Thomas the Terrible on April 8, 2008

In a story that really should be getting a lot more press than it is a member of the FSU Sports Hall of Fame and a former quarterback who led the Seminoles to a 10-2 record and No. 3 ranking in 1989, Peter Tom Willis was fired from his analyst job for Florida State for telling the truth.

When the program slips to consecutive 7-6 seasons that means saying things people don’t want to hear. He was critical of the offense under former coordinator Jeff “I can’t coach like my brothers can” Bowden, and said that he probably “stepped over the line” when he said the Seminoles resembled a “high school offense” during the 2005 game at Clemson. I remember that game…Willis was going easy on them.

However, that was the comment that upset Coach Bobby “Free Shoes” Bowden the most, according to sources. After the great online test controversy one would think F$U would be a little more concern than announcers telling the truth.

‘They felt like I was too critical of the program and the team the last few years,” Willis said Friday. “I hate that. That was not my intent. My intent was to call it like I see it for 10 years.”

“But if people are upset with me because I was telling the truth, if that’s going to upset people, maybe I shouldn’t be there.”

FSU released a statement, saying the university thanks Willis for “the fine work he has done and for his dedication to Florida State athletics.” FSU is offering no further comment.

Homeboy can’t even put his shoe on right.

Willis, 41, lives in Valrico and works as an industrial buyer for Commercial Metals of Tampa. He said he would continue to support his alma mater even though they suck complete ass today.

“In a way I’m relieved because I don’t have to worry about damaging relationships, which was not my intention,” he said. “My intention was to get on the radio and tell people what I saw in a football game. I did it without compromising my integrity.”

Amen Peter.

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F$U Makes Schedule Adjustments Due to the Self Imposed Super Duper Secret Probation

Posted by Thomas the Terrible on February 15, 2008

The F$U athletic department still reeling from the recent cheating scandal has decided to place itself on double super duper secret probation for two years.

An estimated 60 athletes will lose suffer some loss of eligibility. Two staffers, a tutor and learning specialist, already had been canned.

Among the corrective actions listed in the report is a requirement for all athletics staff members to attend a four-hour training program titled, “Decision-Making in the NCAA Compliance Environment.” F$U has also taken a page from the Phil Fulmer book as well. Staff members will be required to go on police ride-a-longs, early morning running & trim Bobby Bowden’s nose hairs.

“We believe that our investigation has been thorough and exhaustive,” said Florida State provost Larry Abele, who chaired the investigating committee. “This university and its athletics department have accepted responsibility, made changes in the process and systems and imposed penalties as warranted.”

Of course the school will not immediately able to explain how the probation, effective Wednesday, would affect the teams.

Some of the penalties already have gone into effect. About two dozen of the football team’s top players were suspended for the Music City Bowl on Dec. 31 in Nashville, Tenn., where the Seminoles lost to Kentucky. Many of those players will remain suspended for the first three games of the 2008 season.

Due to the probation and the suspensions F$U has adjusted its 08 football schedule. Instead of opening the season with teams like Miami and Clemson, F$U has decided to play the Ohio State card and open with Division I-AA teams Western Carolina, on Sept. 6, and Chattanooga on Sept. 13.

Western Carolina and Chattanooga both hail from Division I-AA’s Southern Conference — the home of back-to-back national champion Appalachian State, which earned acclaim in the fall for its victory at Michigan.

But the Catamounts and Moccasins, who were a combined 3-21, were by far the worst teams in their league last season.

“We had to give up a Monday night game, which I hated to give up because of the [lost] exposure,” Bowden said this week. “But there’s no way we would be ready to play a ranked team at that time.”

I hate to break it too Bobby but F$U hasn’t been ready to play a ranked team for a number of years now.

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Good God F$U Cheats Academically and They Still Suck.

Posted by Thomas the Terrible on December 19, 2007

Back on September 28 I posted a story about how 23 student athletes at F$U was involved in a cheating scandal. What I didn’t know at the time was that at least 20 of them are football players. Story.

I wonder if any of the recruiters used the line: Come to F$U where you can be a Seminole, play for Bobby Bowden & never have to worry about studying again. How is it that you have so much talent and you still suck? And don’t use the “players are working hard in the classroom” excuse either. It just won’t fly here.

“We don’t know what that number is going to end up being exactly, but we know that’s a rough figure,” assistant athletic director Rob Wilson said Tuesday. “It’s an issue where we’re being extra cautious.”

To bad you wasn’t “extra cautious” in monitoring the two academic assistance employees, one of which was full-time academic adviser Brenda Monk, who worked with F$U student-athletes. Then maybe you would have a prayer against Kentucky. OK, I was kidding, you never really stood a chance.

“If the players fight the suspensions, they’ll risk losing all of their eligibility,” a source with knowledge of the situation said Tuesday morning.”

“[Bowl opponent] Kentucky would be a tough opponent when we are at full strength, so clearly this will make things more difficult,” Bowden said. “Our staff is in the process of determining what adjustments we must make for the game.”

Ooh ooh I can help there. Forfeit.

Here the problem F$U has in a nutshell:

Bad = students blatantly cheating like this.

Worse = an employee of the university and tutor abetting that cheating.

Another question I have is isn’t academic misconduct, grounds for dismissal from the university? Yet again, special treatment for athletes. Just ask the grad students at Virginia who had their undergrad degrees pulled by the University of Virginia when found them violating the honor code and cheating.

Ah…F$U…a tradition in class, excellence & cheating…

So I profess on this day 12/19/07.


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In Memory of Coach O’s Ole Miss Tenure

Posted by Joel Jackson on November 24, 2007


We here at this site and at the fine folks at Losers With Socks have made fun of Ole Miss and their excellent (former) coach, Mr. Ed Orgeron. Well today is not the day to kick a man while he’s down, seeing as though the Ole Miss Mascot-less have relieved him of his head coaching responsibilities.

Coach O was a fine coach. He could twist the tits of a 5 star recruit with the best of them. His mastery of the King’s English could not be matched by any other coach in the SEC. Not only could he recruit, but he could coach them up as well. The way he drew up plays with crayons pen and paper and explained in detail was very much underrated.

More importantly, he was the best motivator one could find. What, don’t believe me??? He motivated Ole Miss to come oh so close against LSU, MSU, Alabama, and Auburn. They only allowed 45 points against Georgia in Athens when most teams would have given up. Coach O was enough of a motivator to get his team to rise up and defeat the juggernauts of the University of Memphis, Louisiana Tech, and Northwestern St. He practically owned the Memphis Tigers in football, and we all know that the Tigers are world beaters, having been to 3 bowl games the past 35 years. Northwestern St. is his alma matter, and it hurt him so much to defeat them that he allowed Ole Miss to only win by a touchdown.

Let’s not forget that the formerly known as Rebels are now a legit football program. Why do you say that??? I say that with full confidence because the star players miss practices and sleep in team meetings, and the team can steal alarm clocks and hotel towels like they were playing for the great Bobby Bowden himself. Jerrell Powe, that special kid that before Coach O got him did not know what a primary color was, can now read “See Spot Run” without trails of saliva running down the corners of his mouth.

So Coach O, I raise this bottle of Bud to you. I, just like countless other bloggers, will miss you on the Ole Miss sidelines. You gave us so much to write about, and I don’t think the SEC can survive another 75 years without your coaching abilities. As I slowly pour out the rest of this Bud in memory of your coaching time at Ole Miss, I am comforted by words that you said, and quite frankly, sounds as though the Great Bard William Shakespeare, wrote himself: “Yaw yaw yaw twist tits yaw yaw yaw…”

Posted in All SEC Teams Beware!!, Archie Manning, Bobby Bowden, cheaters, coach o, College Football, Ed Orgeron, football, Jerrell Powe, Lenoir-Rhyne, Memphis Tigers, Ole Miss, ole miss rebels, scandal, SEC, SEC Coaches, SEC Football, Sports | 4 Comments »

Playoffs??? Are You Kidding Me???

Posted by Joel Jackson on November 2, 2007

What’s that you say??? There is no playoff system currently??? Now, it’s called the Football Bowl Subdivision??? I say, until SEC Commissioner Mike Slive and/or Big XII Commissioner Dan Beebe grow some balls…excuse me…decide to leave the BCS and throw the current system into a state of true chaos, this will do. Why these two conference commissioners??? Because the Pac-10 and Big 10 are in cahoots (I listened to a Sen. Robert Byrd clip on youtube and said I would use that word somehow) and the Big East and ACC don’t make nearly as much money as the Big XII or SEC when it comes to football. What do you call a 45,000 seat football stadium in the SEC??? You call it a practice field.

In this playoff system, 16 teams are chosen. Conference champions from the SEC, Big 10, Big XII, ACC, Big East, and Pac 10 automatically qualify, leaving 10 at large bids. Those 10 at large bids will be handed out by the Selection Committee, which will be made up of former head coaches, officials, players, and sports bloggers. Why not actual journalists??? Sports bloggers are real fans of the game and is ESPN was doing that stupid “Who’s Now?”, bloggers would win over magazine and paper scribes.

The playoff system will be composed of four rounds. A consolation game will be played before the title game. The first round sites will be permanent, which will consist of the following bowls:

Liberty Bowl (Memphis, TN)-So I am biased, plus the BBQ and Blues is a good way to wind down after a game.

Gator Bowl (Jacksonville, FL)-Good weather + hundreds of Waffle Houses = Good Times.

Alamo Bowl (San Antonio, TX)-This city has hosted Final Fours before so no problems with logistics.

Holiday Bowl (San Diego, CA)-Has anyone seen the women in the 619??? If you have, do you really need a reason???

Motor City Bowl (Detroit, MI)-Nice arena that needs some real football played inside at least once a year.

Insight Bowl (Phoenix, AZ)-Halfway decent sightlines for football in Chase Field. Maybe not, but the indoor pool is pretty cool.

Outback Bowl (Tampa, FL)-Maybe the Carolina Panther Cheerleaders can hang at Banana Joe’s again.

Sun Bowl (El Paso, TX)-Don’t know anything about El Paso, but the payout is nice.

*Seeds for the first round games will rotate sites from year to year.

The second through final round sites will consist of the following sites:

Peach Bowl (Atlanta, GA)-Oh the memories I have of Magic City…oops…I mean Coca-Cola World.

Capital One Bowl (Orlando, FL)-Catch “Pacman” Jones wrestling (allegedly) at TNA Wrestling filmed in Universal Studios.

Cotton Bowl (Dallas, TX)-Site will be improved once Uncle Jerry completes the $1 Billion small city he will call a stadium.

Las Vegas Bowl (Las Vegas, NV)-The Strip, The Strip, The Strip…

The following four bowls will rotate between the 1-4 matchup in the second round, the third round games, and both the 3rd place and Championship Games:

Fiesta Bowl (Glendale, AZ)-Beautiful new arena.

Sugar Bowl (New Orleans, LA)-New Orleans needs to get a Super Bowl again sometime soon.

Rose Bowl (Pasadena, CA)-Hopefully someone can talk Keith Jackson to do the play by play to give it that traditional feel.

Orange Bowl (Miami, FL)-How more teams don’t get into any more trouble in South Beach is beyond me.

In one month, seeds will be in place. Who will survive??? The selection committee will be headed by Thomas the Terrible and will be comprised on whomever he pleases. Maybe abarclay can come up with some sort of Rachel Nichols type of report for the title game. She has a way with production…

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The Number 23 Effects Florida State Athletics in a Negative Way.

Posted by Thomas the Terrible on September 28, 2007

Ever see the movie “Number 23”? It’s a good decent rental or Netflex movie. However what isn’t decent are student athletes cheating. What student athletes cheat? Well, apparently so at least at FSU, I’m sure others do as well just they’re smart enough not to get busted.

“Two athletic department academic assistance employees have resigned and 23 Florida State University athletes were implicated in cheating on tests given over the Internet, school officials said Wednesday.

The athletes represent nine sports and 17 of the students are or have been on scholarship. Officials could not identify the students and could not say which sports are involved because of federal confidentiality restrictions.

University President T.K. Wetherell reported the findings in a letter to the NCAA. He indicated inquires are continuing although an internal investigation failed to find conclusive evidence of a more widespread pattern of cheating.

The students could face punishment from the university and NCAA including loss of eligibility. The NCAA also could sanction the university, but spokesman Erik Christianson said it would be speculative and declined comment.”

What ever happened to simple way of cheating by concocting a hair brain way to break into the professors office at 3:45 AM mission impossible style, and stealing the answers to the tests? Now that’s cheating though hard work. I also I seem to remember that one someone got caught cheating they were kicked out of college…oh wait they are athletes my mistake.

“Wetherell ordered an investigation by the university’s Office of Audit Services in May after receiving information an athletics department learning specialist had directed one athlete to take an online quiz for another and then provided the answers.

The student who took the test was not enrolled in the class and reported what happened to his athletics academic advisor. Neither he nor the other athlete, who had been unaware someone else took the test for him, were disciplined, the report said.

The investigation then found the learning specialist also typed papers for five students who apparently didn’t qualify for that service and a tutor provided answers or other unethical assistance to 23 students for online tests. The testing involved a single course, which was not identified.

“Some students from the 2007 semester indicated that it was common knowledge among the student athletes that the tutor would help with the exams in the class,” the report said.

The learning specialist and tutor resigned. They are not named in the report.

The tutor confirmed in an interview with the school’s auditors that he had been assisting students with answers for the online exams since the fall of 2006, according to the report.”

With all this help given to the athletes one would think the FSU football team could perform better, since they didn’t have the added pressure of studying they could just focus on playing. Before anyone asks of my knowledge with there were football players involved, you can visit this link to see that there were. The FSU president did comment on the scandal yesterday.

“Florida State University’s president said Thursday the school doesn’t know all the details of an academic cheating scandal that has already resulted in two employees being fired.

“I don’t like what we saw,” Wetherell said during a break at Thursday’s Board of Governors quarterly meeting. “It bothers us obviously that faculty or athletic staff people would have done what they did.”

“My real concern is what I don’t know at this point,” Wetherell said.”

And there’s been a ripple effect on the school’s athletic department.

Wetherell notified athletic director David Hart Jr. in late May that his contract would not be renewed shortly after two assistant athletic directors announced their resignations. The No. 2 person in the academic support program, Brenda Monk, resigned in July.

Although Hart’s contract runs until January 2009, he’s expected to leave late this year.”

Quick someone at South Carolina hire David Hart Jr. since they continue to have players be ruled ineligible due to academics.

“The NCAA has investigated similar allegations at a number of schools over the past decade that resulted in harsh penalties at Baylor, California, Fresno State, Georgia, Howard, Kentucky, Marshall, Miami, Minnesota, New Mexico State, San Diego State, Southern Cal and Texas Southern.”

I’m sure Aberclay 12 of The Leaky Brain and the Gridiron Goddess aren’t happy seeing their school listed there. 😉

So I profess on this day 9/28/07.


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Bobby Bowden Shows Spurrier how Discipline is Done FSU Style.

Posted by Thomas the Terrible on September 26, 2007

People say you can’t teach an old dog new tricks, Bobby Bowden says hogwash to that. Most people in this area of the country see God Spurrier the same way I do, brilliant offensive mind but an extremely weak disciplinarian. Bobby Bowden not only owns God Spurrier on the field but now he has stepped up or should I say stepped down his methods of punishment, just to show God Spurrier that no matter what, Bowden as more championships, more head to head wins & can match Spurrier’s weak style of discipline.

“Florida State linebacker Geno Hayes has been demoted to the second-team after being arrested for an altercation with police outside a bar.

Hayes and fullback Joe Surratt, who is sitting out the season with an injury, were suspended Friday after being arrested earlier in the day. The Seminoles were idle Saturday and coach Bobby Bowden reinstated Hayes on Tuesday.

Florida State plays No. 22 Alabama in Jacksonville on Saturday and Hayes will not start.

Bowden also ordered Hayes to get behavioral counseling and perform community service besides other unspecified internal discipline.”

Three days not to shabby and during a break in the schedule. They can call it second team all they want, that just means he wasn’t on the field for the first kickoff. Notice how he’s allow to play against Alabama? Nice… Sure Emanuel Lewis Cook can presently play for the Ole Ball Sack Coach while he awaits his trial for federal gun charges, but Hayes was arrested for assault on an officer, resisting arrest without violence and disorderly conduct. Not to mention he got bomared by the Po Po because they decided to Taser him. I believe even Spurrier would bench him for at least 2 games for that.

“Hayes issued an apology through Florida State to the school, fans, teammates, coaches and his family.

“I have always taken pride in representing myself and this university in a positive manner and unfortunately, I did not live up to those standards on this occasion,” he said. “I realize I cannot make another mistake of this or any other nature.”

No disciplinary action has been taken against Joe Surratt, a senior.

Surratt was charged with a felony count of battery on an officer. University officials said his status will be determined as his case moves through the legal process. The school’s disciplinary policy prohibits students from participating in athletics while under a felony charge.

The policy, though, permits Hayes to play because the charges against him are misdemeanors. That gave Bowden authority to discipline Hayes, after review by athletic director Dave Hart.”

Hayes you’re a wuss. How does one resist arrest without violence anyway? Do they scream rape or cry like a bitch. I love the fact no disciplinary action is being taken against Surratt, after all he only hit a cop, plus he’s a senior. I love how the article states it won’t allow players to play if felony charges are hanging over their head, but it fails to mention that Surratt also has a broken leg so he’s basically done for the year. Emanuel Lewis Cook should be glad he’s not at FSU because according to this he wouldn’t be playing at all.

So I profess on this day 9/26/07.


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The Florida State Football Players Can Beat Anyone at Breaking the Law.

Posted by Thomas the Terrible on September 21, 2007

Long gone are the glory days on the field for Bobby Bowden and the Florida State Seminoles. FSU used to be a football powerhouse, for now those days are gone. They still recruit some of the best players, especially those that attempt to whip the ass of a Tallahassee police officer.

“Florida State suspended two football players Friday after they were arrested in a bar fight that resulted in felony charges against one of them.

Junior linebacker Geno Hayes and senior fullback Joe Surratt were arrested early Friday at a bar near the Florida State campus, police and school officials said. Police said Hayes had to be subdued with a Taser and Surratt struck a police officer.

Surratt, 21, was charged with a felony count of battery on an officer. Hayes, 20, faces three misdemeanor counts: assault on an officer, resisting arrest without violence and disorderly conduct, Tallahassee police spokesman David McCranie said.

Both players were released on bail Friday, officials said.”

There goes “the man” again using those Tasers. What happened to the good old days of just getting pistol whipped? Don’t they know electric shocks can hurt and leave little scarring, but a good old fashion pistol whipping, now that shows you were beat down like a man. Resisting arrest without violence, Hayes you pussy, where’s your fighting spirit? I realize your first name is Geno, but still show some gumption. I hope bet your buddy that actually struck the officer got the heroic version of an ass-whipping AKA pistol whipped.

“Officers were on duty outside Potbelly’s Bar looking for underage drinkers when they noticed a man later identified as Hayes screaming profanities and waving his arms, a police report said. When officers tried to talk to him, Hayes became aggressive, police said.

Hayes was pulled away by his friends, but he resisted when officers then tried to handcuff him, leading an officer to stun him with his Taser, police said.

Police said Surratt was standing nearby and officers felt he was interfering with the arrest. An officer pushed Surratt away, and he responded by striking the officer, police said.

Hayes is the team’s second-leading tackler with 19, and Surratt led Florida State with six rushing touchdowns last year but is sidelined with a broken leg.”

Fuck tha police
Comin straight from the underground
Young nigga got it bad cuz I’m brown
And not the other color so police think
They have the authority to kill a minority

Fuck that shit, cuz I ain’t tha one
For a punk muthafucka with a badge and a gun
To be beatin on, and throwin in jail
We could go toe to toe in the middle of a cell…

Oh sorry I was have a N.W.A flashback. First of all who in their right mind would go into a place named Potbelly’s Bar? If I was drug into a bar like that I would have agitated and aggressive like Hayes as well. This is clearly Surratt’s fault. Beside Hayes seems like a pussy.

Surratt has a broken leg and yet he still struck an officer. Jerrell Powe would laugh about that if he could read, because he’s not idiot, illiterate yes complete idiot no. There is a difference. Does Surratt know that when you have a broken leg don’t strike a cop because you’ll have to run away? Both of these players got bomared by Po Po. Of course if these two chose to play for God Spurrier, they would have been assigned super USC attorney Neal “Johnnie Cochran Jr.” Lourie, and of course they would have been suspended indefinitely, which at South Carolina is three days tops.

This is Surratt, he even looks dumber than Powe.

So I profess on this day 9/21/07.




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