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Like that really matters.He wouldn't even be close to play in that time period anyways....non issue
Not a fan of pryor but the fact that they are carrying over a punishment from college is ridiculous and stupid.
Quote from: chazmoney3 on August 18, 2011, 10:15:24 AMNot a fan of pryor but the fact that they are carrying over a punishment from college is ridiculous and stupid.How so?When are entitled players who don't think the rules apply to them going to learn any responsibility for their actions? Pryor broke rules, and thought his problems would just go away by going to the NFL, how does he get to get off scott free but the players at Ohio State have to suffer from his selfish actions by getting possible infractions applied to them?I understand everyone hates how much power Goodell has and I agree, but players have to learn some type of responsibility for their actions, and know they can't just run away from their problems by jumping to the NFL.
Quote from: Tracktion on August 18, 2011, 10:09:36 AMLike that really matters.He wouldn't even be close to play in that time period anyways....non issueYou are missing the point. Suspending a rookie NFL player for something that happened in college is a huge decision that sets up a very stupid and dangerous precedent. Next thing you these guys named in the Miami Hurricanes fiasco could be reprimanded for things they did in college years ago. It was just a pointless and idiotic line to cross.College football is a friggin joke. They can't keep their own house in order. Trying to carry over their judgments and enforce their rules in the NFL is just a ridiculously bad idea.