I cannot imagine the devastation that will cause him and his family, but stuff like this should make people start questioning this NFL rule of 3 years after HS.
It won't make me question it. It sucks for sure, but it is a freak accident.
The Mayans Were Wrong, Go Nuts
of course not, its not you or your family.
I see it, and see a guy who just lost a 10 year career and millions of dollars because he was not allowed to leave school early, or at least get paid while he was in school
I just hope he had an insurance policy to protect him, but I doubt that too since they are very expensive.
Last edited by AsiaticSkinsFan; October-27th-2012 at 04:14 PM.
Marqise Lee is Heisman-worthy.
Most guys arent as talented as lattimore is. And of them a very small amount get career ending injuries. Does it happen? sure. And its unfortunated. But i woudnt change a great rule for that less then 1% of elite athletes that are victims of freak accidents.
and Marcus Lattimore, as a freshman, was a top 10 pick. He actually lost some weight this year so he could increase his speed and alleviate the stress on his knees.
I think a few of the skill position players are ready after a year. The point is these guys should have the choice, instead of being told no. Either that or they should be paid.
or maybe have an exceptional talent exemption
Last edited by AsiaticSkinsFan; October-27th-2012 at 04:46 PM.
And my Ohio Bobcats lose their undefeated record by taking a sack in the Red Zone down 3 with 5 seconds left.
yup sounds like a dumb call.
If you're down 3 with 5 seconds left you need to play for that FG
You could get a TD but you could also get sacked
oregon is going to mow down USC next week.
Gators lose, they were always one dimensional
They did blow it though...because Gators nearly ran it in for TD, but fumbled
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