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Maybe I'm reading too much into this but a friend sent me this. Appears perhaps somewhere in Texas or Oklahoma State? Wyoming?
Possibly Mexico, New Mexico. I'd say fairly vague
Really hope the kid finds himself and ends up getting everything out of his career he can. I will always remember the drama of his recruitment....how it ended with more fondness than the middle (g). It was like a one finger salute at the time to the boogs shortly followed by another, then another the next year and this wasn't even counting on the field success
Yup. Many don't realize how good or what they have till its gone.
Good luck for him; personally I don't really care where he lands.
Don't people who own barns wear cowboy boots?
Yeah some. But some just wear loafers or Bruno Magli, Gucci, Allen Edmonds
I've got some nice black lizard boots, don't have a barn though
Rodeo is going on in Montgomery.
I respect him and our coaching staff but I don't understand why he was ever offered a scholly.
This post was edited by samp21 13 months ago
On Alabama: CeCe Jefferson - "It was a bunch of beautiful women..." Reggie Ragland - "oh the females of course..."
Because he's a great athlete with high potential. I don't think any team would have turned down Calloway. And so far he never did anything that was horrible, mostly stupid, bad things. But not pure evil like Eddie's punk @as.
But I empathize with Calloway because I was Calloway (minus the career opportunities). I've always been a good, honest person. But I foolish followed the lead of some people that are just bad. It happens when your young, insecure, and trying to figure out who you really are as a person.
I had to move away from home to get away from the bad influences. Brent found some after he moved. But he's still young, and can right the direction of his life. And for all of this, I'll still cheer him as long as he tries to straighten the path he's on.
This post was edited by Ashevillain 13 months ago
That's all fine but I don't see how he 'fits' our team. And I'm talking from day 1, not about the latest issue.
He'd need Birkenstocks for Ft Collins. Lot of hippies there. RTR.
Reed Town is full of bad influences that he associated with in R'ville and all of Peaches "kids" slung dope or smoked it at some point. BC wasnt smart enough to leave that crap behind. Offense was never his game anyway. Any half decent athlete at R'ville can run for the numbers he did.
Its very telling that he almost/wanted to go to Auburn with that bunch at that time. Auburn fit his personality or mentality... whatever you want to call it.
This post was edited by samdog91 13 months ago
"We're modern-day gladiators, and that mental toughness is really important to have in a good team." Nick Saban
I thought he was going to try to play at una
This post was edited by 20 gauge 13 months ago
hope he gets his head on straight and lands somewhere outside of the SEC
Why? He's too small for LB and too slow for RB. Let him play anywhere for all I care.
Awesome eye candy, tho. Great place to spend a few days--or nights ....
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