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UGA is up to 7 arrests this off season.

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View PostDJSdawg, on 26 July 2014 - 11:38 PM, said:

Never seen this, and its amazing.

I know lol. Not trying to troll it was just pure trash talk gold
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View PostHail2TheTide, on 26 July 2014 - 11:24 PM, said:

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Damn, that could be Auburn or LSU's practice squad if all of that happened in one season
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View PostTheRealBrave, on 26 July 2014 - 08:44 PM, said:

Meh. I just think it's funny that a UT fan of all things harps on about this. The same school that kept someone who assisted in an armed robbery and had a pederast on their team and had 10 or so of their players gang up on and beat an off-duty cop senseless while out drinking under age.

Stones glass houses etc.

Armed robbery thing 2 of 3 dismissed then the 3rd should been but with a coach kiffin in charge they could have stole from the AD and he would have just made them run laps or something "internal".

The second one has been covered a few posts up ( by ythe way UGA had a walk on fullback under CMR involved with shoving pinecones in a highschool kids rectum that later was given a scholly)

The last one flat out is false rumor. The only UT football player accused during that tragic event was Donaldson a guy that had already transfered and wasn't even in the state anymore. People that have heard the story second or third hand like to pretend it was something like Vandy gang rape and cover up.

And of course none of that effects UGAs annual team photo looking suspiciously like a police blotter does it?

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View Postsmokeyone, on 27 July 2014 - 06:23 AM, said:


UGA had a walk on fullback under CMR involved with shoving pinecones in a highschool kids rectum that later was given a scholly)


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View PostDJSdawg, on 26 July 2014 - 10:02 PM, said:

Be thankful you were able to hide Harvin and Hernandez from the authorities in 2007 and 2008. UGA aint that lucky. The football gods hate us for some reason.

:huh:  Hide them? How do you hide 2 of the highest profile players on the highest profile program during a 5-year stretch?

Pretty sure if the authorities had a reason to arrest them they could find them on virtually any Saturday at the Swamp; and if they couldn't, millions of fans and viewers could point them in the right direction.

Harvin didn't really do much of Posted Image; smoked out to try and control the migraines he'd had since he was a kid. Most of his worst behavior actually took place when he was still in high school; a few schools, including UF, questioned whether they even still wanted to pursue him... but you know Urban, always thinking like a psychologist, decided he could "fix" him or at least control him enough to keep him on the field.

Hernandez was smart enough to do his worst Posted Image out of town down in Miami, where it'd likely get overlooked as typical, and would also fail to get reported to our coaching staff... and then he was stupid enough to do some things that couldn't have been hidden even by David Copperfield once he was in the NFL.
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View PostGatorUnvrsty, on 27 July 2014 - 11:03 AM, said:



:huh:  Hide them? How do you hide 2 of the highest profile players on the highest profile program during a 5-year stretch?

Pretty sure if the authorities had a reason to arrest them they could find them on virtually any Saturday at the Swamp; and if they couldn't, millions of fans and viewers could point them in the right direction.

Harvin didn't really do much of Posted Image; smoked out to try and control the migraines he'd had since he was a kid. Most of his worst behavior actually took place when he was still in high school; a few schools, including UF, questioned whether they even still wanted to pursue him... but you know Urban, always thinking like a psychologist, decided he could "fix" him or at least control him enough to keep him on the field.

Hernandez was smart enough to do his worst Posted Image out of town down in Miami, where it'd likely get overlooked as typical, and would also fail to get reported to our coaching staff... and then he was stupid enough to do some things that couldn't have been hidden even by David Copperfield once he was in the NFL.


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Former Florida coach Urban Meyer delivered to the NFL multiple successful players during his time in Gainesville.  As Matt Hayes of Sporting News explains it, however, some of those successful players contributed to the implosion of the program.

According to Hayes, Meyer enabled certain players, including them in what he allegedly called a “Circle of Trust.”  When receiver Percy Harvin, tight end Aaron Hernandez, and linebacker Brandon Spikes each missed the 2008 season opener due to supposed injuries, Hayes reports that they each had actually failed drug tests.  The protection of Harvin, Hernandez, and Spikes from public acknowledgement of their violations of university rules bolstered the notion that some players got special treatment.

Harvin, per Hayes, became the most blatant example of the double standard.  Harvin allegedly stopped during a 2007 conditioning run and, when pressed to continue, said, “This [expletive] ends now.”  The next day, conditioning consisted of playing basketball.

Hayes also reports that Harvin once pulled a Sprewell on receivers coach Billy Gonzales, grabbing him by the neck and throwing him to the ground.  Harvin was never disciplined.

Gonzales told Hayes that the incident was “a little overblown.”  Meyer admitted, “Something did happen and something was handled.  I don’t think it’s fair to Percy Harvin or Billy Gonzales to talk about it.”

In Minnesota, Harvin once reportedly got into a “heated argument” with former Vikings coach Brad Childress, and the incident nearly turned physical.

Apparently, if that had happened, it wouldn’t have been the first time Harvin laid hands on a coach.

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View Postcocky4ever, on 27 July 2014 - 11:15 AM, said:

http://profootballta...am-under-meyer/


Former Florida coach Urban Meyer delivered to the NFL multiple successful players during his time in Gainesville.  As Matt Hayes of Sporting News explains it, however, some of those successful players contributed to the implosion of the program.

According to Hayes, Meyer enabled certain players, including them in what he allegedly called a “Circle of Trust.”  When receiver Percy Harvin, tight end Aaron Hernandez, and linebacker Brandon Spikes each missed the 2008 season opener due to supposed injuries, Hayes reports that they each had actually failed drug tests.  The protection of Harvin, Hernandez, and Spikes from public acknowledgement of their violations of university rules bolstered the notion that some players got special treatment.

Harvin, per Hayes, became the most blatant example of the double standard.  Harvin allegedly stopped during a 2007 conditioning run and, when pressed to continue, said, “This [expletive] ends now.”  The next day, conditioning consisted of playing basketball.

Hayes also reports that Harvin once pulled a Sprewell on receivers coach Billy Gonzales, grabbing him by the neck and throwing him to the ground.  Harvin was never disciplined.

Gonzales told Hayes that the incident was “a little overblown.”  Meyer admitted, “Something did happen and something was handled.  I don’t think it’s fair to Percy Harvin or Billy Gonzales to talk about it.”

In Minnesota, Harvin once reportedly got into a “heated argument” with former Vikings coach Brad Childress, and the incident nearly turned physical.

Apparently, if that had happened, it wouldn’t have been the first time Harvin laid hands on a coach.

Not sure what your point is; I posted virtually the exact same article in 2011 when Muschamp took over and everyone was trying to say Meyer left us in great shape, when the truth was he left Muschamp a discipline train wreck.

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Point is these guys could have been in a ton of trouble in a different town or team. Gainesville and Meyer did a good job of protecting its players unlike Athens ga.

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How do such strong Christian leaders like Meyer and Richt have such bad guys in their programs...?
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View PostHail2TheTide, on 27 July 2014 - 01:23 PM, said:

How do such strong Christian leaders like Meyer and Richt have such bad guys in their programs...?

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So Florida has its list of felons, Bama has Ro McClain, and the list goes on...

The common theme is that these guys were "squeaky clean" in college, but suddenly became bad news after college?

Give me a break. This Posted Image happens at all the major schools, UGA/ Athens just choose to handle it through the criminal justice system.
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View PostHail2TheTide, on 27 July 2014 - 01:23 PM, said:

How do such strong Christian leaders like Meyer and Richt have such bad guys in their programs...?

Since when does being Christian equal a perfect acting group of teens?

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View PostDJSdawg, on 27 July 2014 - 04:46 PM, said:



Since when does being Christian equal a perfect acting group of teens?

You'd think he'd have a bigger influence
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Right? Why is this news...this is expected. Ask Spurrs

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View PostHail2TheTide, on 28 July 2014 - 06:43 PM, said:


You'd think he'd have a bigger influence

Not realistic to have such an influence of creating perfection in 100+ growing kids in a party town with girls.

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