Obviously with this kids first incident, that should send a message through a coaches mind what kind of person he really is. Now it appears he MAY have been involved in the MSU dorm incident. It seems Dantonio really needed a RB this year and he went with a win-at-all-cost mentality. Too bad he only got 6 out of it for looking like an idiot by reinstating this clown.
Dantonio needed his RB
Well, at least Winston had the sense to wear a mask this time. It was probably the crutches and knee brace that gave him away though.
Really? Look at the thread DIRECTLY UNDERNEATH this one.
They were posted 6 minutes apart. He was probably typing this up when the other one got posted.
I believe I was writing at the same time...sorry for the double post. jeez.
Stuff like this happens. It was legit to post it.
Winston WAS involved?
Brian said it best. When there was a shred of evidence that Feagin was involved with drug dealing - boom, you're out. No "let's see how the justice system plays it out," or "I don't know, let's presume innocence here."
Winston served effing time and walked onto the field. And now this? Honestly, not only am I enjoying the view from my soapbox, but I have to say, shame on you, Dantonio.
sorry for the 2x post
If he really was involved in the fight, he makes Lagarrett Blunt look like a saint.
Without Winston, MSU does not beat us this year. After that game Winston's PT went down and that was pre injury.
Winston's performance against Michigan should have increased, rather than decreased his PT using the logic that his performance in a rivalry game is reason for him to play. His PT probably went down because of a minor injury or something that turned into a big injury.
"a minor injury"
Just out of habit, I winced when I read that phrase. Then I realized you meant a small injury, not a Minor injury.
To MSU: lolz
Video of Winston with a white mask on:
A zebra doesn't chang its stripes....
Fool me once, shame on you.
Fool me twice... you're gone.
about keeping his DE/LB. Word in the city is that this is more than just a site-seeing expedition.