Take a look. Classy joint over there in Miss. St. Let's crush these guys on New Years.
I understand the altercation grew from a discussion over who is the best Scrooge with one claiming Alistair Sim and the other going with Albert Finney. There's no resolving that with words alone.
You're right it was pointless. The correct answer is Bill Murray.
lol Sidney sounds like a real class act.
I liked the "he's only played 2 career games due to suspension" ditty about him. I figured he had been suspended for the beginning of this year but then found out he was suspended for the entire season last year. How is he still able to play college basketball? Oh wait...he was their leading scorer last night, that's probably why.
Elgin Baylor? NBA Lakers great and sucky Clippers GM. oops it's Elgin Bailey ohhI see what his parents did there
good ol' SEC recruits..
Are you kidding me? The SEC is treated horribly relative to the Big Ten and Pac 12. Stop persecuting them.
what's the SEC motto again?
"The Southeastern Conference: keeping America's youth out of prison since 1933."
Is that one of these major players need to be kicked off permanently. The stars of college sports can do whatever they want as long as they are talented. I say let him go try his luck in a Euro League. No one player is bigger than the game and the message college sports keeps sending is that these kind of guys are untouchable. An example should be made of a stud athlete next time one of them pulls a Sidney, IMO.
I think team chemistry just took a hit.
I wish the dissension was on their football team instead of the basketball team. Nothing permanent: just the next ten days or so.
doesn't last another season. And then he will disappear into relative obscurity.
both are suspended indefnitely
Mississippi State suspends Renardo Sidney, Elgin Bailey indefinitely - http://es.pn/i9wx6T
Apparently the whole thing started because Bailey wouldn't move his legs so that Sidney could get up and get something to eat...smh
FACT: This will have no effect on Michigan's football game against Mississippi State