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Won't play Saturday??? Doesn't add up iyam....unless they worried rest of the team getting it....
"Never look down on anyone unless you're helping them up."
He missed a class, or something like that and got suspended. Stomach viruses are almost all the time no more than 24 hrs. dabo is pulling an Urban Liar on this one.
Ally will beat the crap out of Uga.
Well, you know what karma is.
I highly doubt it's over a missed class. Spiller was an Honor Society member there, remember?
Smells like, smells like......hell I can smell THAT and I've never been near Cannibus (or whatever ya call it
I'm assuming they are travelling up there tomorrow morning. Probably don't want to get people sick, which is very possible if he had it for part of or all of today.
Plus its BC.
The radio called it a "abdominal" virus. Thought that was strange.
From eating to many Doritos after he cheech n chonged
"We played in a place called DeathValley, I looked up in the fourth quarter & the only ones still alive were the Gamecocks." Steve Spurrier
Translation: bogarted the doobage and then got sick when he ate 4 bags of Doritos and 39 Krystal burgers.
I think it will probably come out in the next few days that it wasn't a stomach virus at all. The real story is that Dabo gave Sammy syphilis.
That time of the month I guess
Go! Fight! Win! Kick Ass!
Guys, I wouldn't get too excited about it being anything more than a stomach virus. I talked to a friend yesterday before I knew anything about this and she was telling me her daughter was supposed to come home this weekend but she was afraid to be away from a bathroom for more than a couple of minutes. She said it was rampant through campus.
We can make it anything we want but I believe without doubt you could make the call on Thursday that a D1 player would not be a full force to be able to make a game on Saturday. Stomach viruses cause diarrhea, and that causes dehydration which drains your strength.
If it turns out to be anything else, I'll party like a rock star though.... ! HA
What you guys fail to realize is that they are playing in Boston or where Boston College is at.
ACC travel plays have to be finalized on Thursday at the team will leave early Friday morning to make the trip.
You can only take so many players on away games and if Sammy can't play on saturday then you have to take someone that can play.
If the travel plans didn't have to finalized and on Thursday then Sammy would prolly be taking the trip and playing. But as of Thursday Sammy was still sick (throwing up) and thus not put on the travel plan.
I hate Clemson but these little conspiracy theories you guys come up with sometimes are just stupid and annoying. None of you guys really want to know the truth (truth is above). Most conferences are just like the ACC in regards to travel plans to away games. This is why Sammy is ruled out for a Saturday night game on Thursday. If this was a home game for Clemson then he would be a game time decision more than likely.
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