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Be a leader..... you start the next one.
Left to right: Reed and Blondie,
It wasn't because he took the visit (they knew he was taking the visit, heck Charlie was his recruiter) but BL wasn't happy but I think it is BEST to lets just leave this subject alone. If anything just say it wasn't Brad's most shining moment and didn't make the best choices and leave it at that..
I wanna hear everything myself
Agreed let the skeletons out now.
"Those who live in the past are cowards and losers" -- Mike Ditka
If you are going to tell, tell. If not then say u aren't. No need to drag this out
If you have info post it, if not don't put your little teasers out saying this is what happened etc.
Because I said I would.
Leav'em alone! Or face the consequences. JK, I was just being funny.
Ally will beat the crap out of Uga.
Ooohh...the old "I know something you don't know, but, in my infinite wisdom, it's best I not share that knowledge."
Cool story, Brah.
Wow, that was not cool to say the least..
Lawing was the one that called Robertson a ton while he wasn't supposed to (dead period of whatever they call it). It was a secondary violation. Heard Spurrier call it "lazy recruiting". The Dunlap incident would have been just after that because Robertson was an early enrollee. I can't recall Lawing doing anything in recruiting since and always assumed it was because of the violations.
What about the in home visit he showed up to drunk, who was that with? I honestly can't remember but one of the parent's didn't like it.
I'm getting the feeling Lawing is an alcoholic, and that is probably at least one of the reasons he left.
I can't believe this is just hitting the board. With so many posters that only want to bash the coaches..... Seems like prime meat to use as ammo....way too weird!
Well most posters who constantly bash coaches don't know shit obviously.
Scotch can do wonders for some....
It is not wise to say that about people when you really don't know what you are talking about.
Had not heard that one.
My favorite post......ever.
I did not say he is one. I should have said that if this is true, then that is the logical conclusion to make. I'm an addict, I don't use anymore, but I'm no better. I wasn't saying it as an insult.
There are some people that drink a little, and can handle it. I am not one of those people. Sounds like if this is true, then BL may have something in common with me.
This post was edited by steve miller 18 months ago
some that get accused of bashing coaches do...
To defend Steve, he's read about two significant potentially career impacting incidents from good posters. By many definitions having exposed himself twice to that risk level alcohol related incidents would justify Steve's analysis of Lawing.
I knew Carlos Dunlap, and I dont think he would have been a good fit for us anyways. He was a huge baby.
NAF Atsugi, Japan.
Damn, Steve. You just got serious on us.
On the other hand, congrats on your sobriety.
This post was edited by GoopaLoop 18 months ago
Steve, glad you are not using anymore. I took my last drink in 1990 because I decided I had a problem. I do not speculate on whether someone else is an alcoholic or not. I do seriously doubt that if Lawing is a practicing alcoholic that he would have been kept on the staff this long. We are talking about incidents from 6 years ago.
When I was younger, I had a bumper sticker that said, "If I owned Hell & Clemson, I would rent out Clemson and live in Hell"
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