Mason NEEDS this, Pistons, after all you've put him through
As if things couldn't get worse for Ex-MSU star Charles Rogers, a judge has decided he owes the Detroit Lions 6.1 Million in signing bonus money. Ouch! http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/blog/shutdown_corner/post/Detroit-draft-bust...
I do not have a scout account so I could not read the whole story, but apparently Arnett wants to be like Rogers. They want to the same high school, and he believes State could transform him into a new Rogers. He says he loves the pro-style offense. I understand Rogers had a great college career, but he was also one of the biggest busts in the NFL draft over the past decade. I know Rogers made some bad decisions to help ruin his career, but I still don't understand why Arnett wants to be like him.
He also mentions how State year in and year out puts great receivers in the draft. All I could think of is Rogers and this year White, anyone else I am missing? However, Michigan has had Edwards, Avant, Breaston, Manningham, and Arrington, anyone else I am missing? I understand that was a different coach, but so is MSU.
Could any one help me understand this.
Shooting yourself with a gun in your pants is one thing, but getting arrested for public intoxication at a restaurant in Novi is a new low. Especially for a guy in rehab.
You stay classy, Michigan State.
As the recent episode of "Spartans Looking Dumb" comes to a close with the frat-whooping players getting charged, I was wondering if we had a legitimate consensus for the reasoning behind that "University's" ability to produce so many embarrassments. For other examples, I don't think we need to look far. Professional football player who shoots himself in the leg in a club with an unregistered weapon, this guy, Zach Randolph, to name a few. Is it consistent cabin fever, stuck up there in farmland? Do they all want to get back to the days of burning couches and therefore make bad decisions to reminisce? Standard Spartan jealousy?
Way to get your life back on track, moron.
Rather than attend 18-months of treatment, former Spartan Charles Rogers has opted to go back to jail.