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Posted on 02/18/2005 4:02:29 PM PST by ThreeYearLurker
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"@ss, gas or grass, no one rides for free."
Or maybe it was:
Beaver Jimtavis and Snapper Paddock, a walk-on deep walker
Jimtavis Snapper and Walker Beaver, a walk-on deep star
Walker Jimtavis and Beaver Snapper, a walk-on deep walker
So many possibilities!
What's that smell?
The Beavs used to run a squeaky-clean program. I guess this is what happens when top talent is brought in from around the country. The Ducks found that out some years ago. I remember that even Ahmad Rashad (then Bobby Moore) had a brush with the law in Eugene in 1971.
I think sports "stars" are just so used to being pampered that they think they can get away with anything.
Hopefully Mike Reilly can get a handle on things soon. I'm a Duck, born and bred, but OSU's legal problems reflect on UO, as well, in the minds of people in the east who aren't even sure where Oregon is.
My Father-In-Law, AND my Husband are both graduates of this OSU.....how times have changed!
Wasn't there another incident in Oregon with a football player assaulting a guy home from Iraq?
Wait, since it isn't the University of Miami, it didn't happen, or, it doesn't matter...
I thought it was Oklahoma State University myself :-)
I would have thought from this behavior it was Ohio State.
It's dopers in Oregon, domestic abusers in Oklahoma and drunks in Ohio. Need to keep this straight.
Good evening CTD, I will have to keep that breakdown in mind.
Have a great day
It's the new Florida State...........Dillards!
Makes room for Lumpy Rutherford.
Pepperdine once had the guts to cancel its nationally-rated basketball program due to corruption. I'm leaning that way.
They will get out of this easily, methinks, and go on playing football. It means so much to the lucrative Oregon program, ya know... Sounds a bit like the Colorado football program.
The Ducks have had their problems lately too. The Oregonoian had an article about a top WR recruit (Jordan Carey) who came to Oregon an honor student, but had to drop out after he became a pot addict. The way the article was written it seemed one of his teammates, hooked him up with drugs.
And then there was the case when a recruit came to UO for his official visit and asked to be paired up with Onterrio Smith. Onterrio offered him pot and a ho-bag that would sleep with the recruit. But the recruit was a devout Christian who was abhorred. Needless to say, he didn't commit.
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