ARfanNmem, on 14 April 2014 - 11:10 AM, said:
Sometimes I think it would be better to keep him on the team, just suspend him for the season. That way he can have structure and people to help him. But then, that sort of situation can become cancerous for the team. Especially if they lose a few games and struggle in the passing game.
That's a very dangerous experiment. Meyer has a psychology degree, so he thought he'd do some of that with our troubled players, reasoning that they had a much better chance with a team for a family than with no family at all or their
ed up real family.
Had players over to his house all the time to eat and spend time with his family, and programs to spend a lot of time at area hospitals and clinics so they could see real suffering and volunteer while getting a real perspective on misfortune.
It worked for some of our players; but others were already so far gone they treated that kindness like weakness and took advantage... see Aaron Hernandez.
possumslayer, on 14 April 2014 - 04:26 PM, said:
We need a thread that keeps track of how many jail birds each school has a year...
We usually have a Fulmer Cup thread every off-season. If they're still keeping those stats I'll start a new thread for this year.