More Sparty Crying about Chris Frey

Submitted by Mojo Hall on October 31st, 2016 at 8:48 PM

Chris Frey's father is upset at the officiating rather than the likelihood that his son played with a concussion without even being checked by MSU for that under concussion protocol.

"Instead of asking questions about our MSU Training Staff. Why don't you start asking the B1G about a targeting review that they skipped."

Right, that 15 yards and ejection for our specials team's player may have lead to a difference in outcome, just like Riley Bullough.

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October 31st, 2016 at 9:07 PM ^

I mean, there's certainly room to interpret his statements. Do you really think his dad cares more about a game than his son? Maybe his son swore up and down that he was fine. I'm sure the family is on good terms with the staff. It's hard to go after someone you're already cool with.

It just looks bad to start a thread about a dad "crying" about anything after his kid is got illegally.

Mich OC

October 31st, 2016 at 10:55 PM ^

The two things aren't really related. Calling the targeting does nothing to affect MSU properly executing their concussion protocol, it just ejects the player after the fact. The concussion protocol (or lack thereof) directly affects his kid's health.

I get being frustrated that an illegal hit on your son was allowed to go un-penalized. But to say people should be worried about that "instead" of questioning the MSU staff is ridiculous

Everyone Murders

November 1st, 2016 at 8:15 AM ^

Same example I thought of for "bad Spartan dad". 

To put a finer point on your observation, you left out misogynist and xenophobic.  Conner Cook's dad is a racist, misognynist, xenophobic thing.  And there's not a whole lot of distance between the oak and the acorn, so far as I can see.


November 1st, 2016 at 12:04 AM ^

As long as we are talking about tageting calls that weren'i called. Darboh was being held up by 3 guys while another guy comes flying in with the crown of his helmet and nailed Darboh in the solar plexis area I know it wasn't his head but he could not go down because he was being held up so I call that defenseless. You could see Darboh talking to the official after that hit. I am sure he was asking where was the targeting call on that one. I felt that hit.



October 31st, 2016 at 11:27 PM ^

Old man Bullough - Grandfather age must be the outlier here. The other half of the family comes from the Morse family of Muskegon. Actually the Bulloughs started here as well. Jim Morse, super wealthy ND grad was the blocking back for Paul Hornung the year he won the Heisman. Was pissed his son Jimmy Morse, Muskegon Catholic, like him, of course, did not get a ND offer so accepted one from State and was the blocking back for Lorenzo and then went on to a 7 year NFL career and I' m sure most of you remember - those old enough - his kickoff return for a TD against the Lions. Lot of football in that blood.