What I found to be more telling was what Fat Arse said in his interview with Marcello:
Marcello: When Arnett Moultrie stepped up and questioned whether you guys could bounce back during the five-game losing streak, there was a belief that his comments may have been pointed toward you. He mentioned work ethic at one point.
Sidney: "He may have been talking about me not working hard but that’s because … Stansbury
: I don’t know what he had against me but he never called any plays for me like he was last year. It was always Arnett, Arnett, Arnett. I felt like he turned his back on me, so I turned my back on him.
I didn’t want it to be that way because Stansbury was a good guy. He took a lot of stuff (from fans) about taking me back after the fight, and all of the stuff I had been through. He was right there. He’s a good guy but we weren’t a team in that last game.
I don’t know what Arnett was talking about but it’s over with. If it was about me, I’m fine with that."
Man I'm so glad we don't have to put up with that childish shite anymore.
Edited by FCN!dawg, 27 March 2012 - 11:02 AM.
Ole Miss Rebels 8-3 (4-3)
- "The worst thing a coach can do is stand pat and think the things that worked yesterday will win tomorrow. Intelligent changes must be made." - Coach Johnny Vaught
FIRE MATT LUKE!!!!
Never remember the 22nd of November,
the day Ole Miss football flopped.
The rest of the season still gives good reason
but yesterday should always be forgot.
^ (Credit to "Dr. Jekyll from RCR)