Discussion in 'The Tiger's Den' started by Randy70, Aug 6, 2013.
I find it laughable that a court of law didn't deem that Hill needed jail time, but Doyel thinks Miles should kick Hill off the team. Why?
Here's another question: Why was the "victim's" only request (besides $750 in medical expenses...that's not even a trip to the ER, apparently) that Hill not discuss the fight?
I know you're asking this rhetorically, but for those that don't know, it's because he very much earned what he got.
There's a German word for "a face in need of a punching", and I can't think of it right now. But whatever that word is fits Connor Baldridge to a tee.
Wow...that's really derisive...and the friggin' comments!!!
I wish I hadn't read it.
I didn't read it because I knew that I'd wish I wouldn't have.
I wish Doyell would berate #33 in a bar...
Too chickenshit for all that. He has to face his oppenents either from behind a desk or with a referee and medical attention standing by.
He's probably afraid of football players or deranged fans trying to kick his ass. I would go off the radar if I were in his shoes, too.
Why did you put victim in quotes? A man who is in the 99th percentile of human strength cheap-shotted him in the face. It's on video.
Don't feed the troll by clicking the link and driving up his page hit count.
Because he did not want to have to admit publicly that he called Jeremy Hill the "N word" & several other derogatory terms.
I put it in quotes because many are reporting that the "victim" instigated the fight. See Chaos' and TigerTap's responses. In the video, the crowd was cheering as the "victim" was hit. What happened in the moments leading up to that point?