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In light of new information, I hereby rescind my original statement.
This post was edited by bruise 16 months ago
Lots of players do that, no biggie
Missed it what did he say? I know a lot say their high school or whatever
My opinion means nothing but I don't like it.
He love's VT and reps it all the time. He was just repping his high school no big deal and I'm sure it's pretty cool for anybody that went to school there.
No better place to show it than on national TV on primetime for one of the biggest games of the season. Yet he apparently reps his high school, who gets no benefit from the exposure, harder than VT.
He repped his high school, which is in DC and he plays in DC now, over his college. Why would anyone lose respect for him?
"I don't care what nobody say I'm a be me, stay hood stay real, cause I'm out here grindin'" -Frank Beamer
I'm losing sleep over it.. Probably won't get one wink
Resolve to perform what you ought; perform without fail what you resolve. You may be whatever you resolve to be - Stonewall Jackson
I got no problem with it at all. He did what he wanted to do said what he wanted to say. For all we know he may have made a little bet with some friends as to what he's say for an intro. I've heard many different things said. "School of hard knocks" was one of my favs. Jason Worlds said "Lunch Pail Defense" once for his intro. A lot of people that don't follow the hokies much had no idea what that was about. I'd much rather hear the elem. school name, high school name, heck even YMCA instead of ...."Da -U" or "T H E" ohio st univ. Many players think it's kind of a joke anyway, but I have no problems with a guy giving a shout out to a elem or high school. And I'm sure kids at that school appreciate it a lot.
He's from DC, he's repping his high school that he's also proud of. How about thinking about how the kids that are going to that HS just felt hearing it called out on national TV...
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