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TrueGCFan

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In Topic: Worst SEC coach in history?

26 January 2015 - 02:10 PM

Oh and thank God this is only good for when USC is the SEC.  If not we would have a lot of coaches on the final list.

In Topic: Worst SEC coach in history?

26 January 2015 - 02:10 PM

Brad Scott for South Carolina.  He did get us our first ever bowl win, but finished his time here with a 1-10 season and a final record of 23-32-1.

The fact that he is now a Clemson helps the fact that USC fans don't like him.

In Topic: Josh Gordon

26 January 2015 - 11:50 AM

View PostA. Pilgrim, on 26 January 2015 - 11:41 AM, said:



Do you think the NBA is considered the "thug league" because of marijuana?

I don't think it personally, but I'm willing to bet that those that do point in part to the perceived notion that many of the players smoke weed.

In Topic: Josh Gordon

26 January 2015 - 11:39 AM

View PostA. Pilgrim, on 26 January 2015 - 11:33 AM, said:

You mean, kind of like all of the major issues that the NBA faces from its lax marijuana testing policy?

Oh, wait...those issues dont exist!

Then you are aren't paying attention.  Which league is considered the "Thug League" by more Americans.

Also, the NBA doesn't care.  Let's see how the rules stack up:

PENALTIES -- NBA
First Offense: 5 game suspension and mandatory attendance in the leagues anti-doping program
Second Incidence: 10 game suspension, continued counseling.
Third time: 25 game suspension, continued counseling.
Fourth: Minimum 2 year suspension.

PENALTIES -- NFL
First: A four game suspension without pay.
Second incident: Eight game suspension, no salary.
Third: One year suspension, no pay.

Also the lax testing by the NBA will come to an end.  All it will take is one major issue.  

In Topic: Josh Gordon

26 January 2015 - 11:32 AM

View PostA. Pilgrim, on 26 January 2015 - 11:26 AM, said:

And in those businesses that drug test for marijuana, they do so because of LIABILITY
Example...my company does not drug test, because what I do on my free time outside of work has no liability issues with my company.

I do not think the NFL faces the same sort of liability issues that, say, a factory faces.



And like I said (or, at least implied with my LMFAO reference)...if the NFL is concerned with their image, then marijuana should be the least of their concerns, especially considering the fact that a majority of the US population sees marijuana as a non-issue.

And the NFL does it because of legal and major PR issues.  What would happen if they don't suspend after his 3rd running and he kills someone while DUI?

Lawsuits, Congress, and a major PR hit.

This guys is an idiot that has been given multiple chances.  More than in most professions.  If he is guilty then he deserves all he will get and more.