alternate headline: man does job
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- 4 years 46 weeks
|2 weeks 3 hours ago||Pudding||
Proof is in the pudding. Wyoming Public Schools did nothing when it happened. They didnt take any action until the next day after watching the video when they fired him for using "excessive force". That was in the original article that was posted before being updated. This school is right in my neighborhood though I choose to send my daughter to another one in the area. I have a lot of friends that are backing him that are linked to this school district cause he was a great role model. Riley has always had violent occurences. Years ago after his stint in the NFL he would frequent the Grand Rapids night clubs and I witnessed and heard about multiple occasions where he would lay someone much smaller than him out just cause of a look or someone would bump into him and spill his drink. It came to a point where he was not allowed in a lot of the local establishments. If he just tossed the kid to the ground to calm him down, no way would that cause bruising on his back like the medical records are showing according to Wood TV. No one will really know what happened for sure until the video comes out but I would not want a school official to ever handle my child like that.
|23 weeks 3 days ago||23-17 M||
23-17 M Go Blue
|32 weeks 1 day ago||Years||
Haha been a reader for years, just never comment...good to see a fellow GHHS in here...
|32 weeks 2 days ago||Was a Wolverine||
Went to Godwin, helmets just like UofM, same colors and everything. We were above average when I was there but after I left won 1 game through 3 years. Basketball was a different story, 2015 class B state champs. Were state ranked when I was there as well but never made a deep run.
|2 years 21 weeks ago||Ok so by what you are saying,||
Ok so by what you are saying, when M plays the Akrons (App St) of the world we should not expect the coaches to have the team fully ready for a battle, with a full playbook, but just expect cause "We are Michigan" that we should roll by 30-40 points and come out with a small playbook. Yeah that has worked out well in the past. The coaches should gameplan and have the players ready for a 60 minute battle every single week, this is not 30 years ago where the helmet spotted us 10 points and playing a non-BCS school automatically meant a 30+ point win. You would think week 1 of this season would have opened everyones eyes up if App St didnt.
|4 years 46 weeks ago||That would be nice to see||
But what, that has happened once so far in his coaching career, it isnt like that is the every year occurrence. Prior to last year, in his last 5 years at Ball State and his other year at SDSU he has had a player other than QB go over 1000 yards 3 times combined(2 WR, 1 RB). So that is a blind squirrel finding a nut, more than the norm. Actually the year before, his leading rusher had what 559 yards???? Sounds like real MANBALL to me.