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    Default Re: Football Player Arrested for Felony Theft

    Well,...Bye.


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    Default Re: Football Player Arrested for Felony Theft

    Damn...he was supposedly a good LB. what bathe hell is wrong with people!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Buds View Post
    Damn...he was supposedly a good LB. what bathe hell is wrong with people!
    9 Florida gators were arrested on same charges. This isn't unique to us. It's a widespread problem

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hark Mudspeth View Post
    9 Florida gators were arrested on same charges. This isn't unique to us. It's a widespread problem
    No doubt...still begs the question I was asking.

  5. People Advertiser UL linebacker Gardner dismissed following felony arrest

    UL football player dismissed from team following felony arrest.




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    Default Re: Football Player Arrested for Felony Theft

    The headline today should be UL football coach fired for felony theft of his salary.


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    Quote Originally Posted by VObserver View Post
    The headline today should be UL football coach fired for felony theft of his salary.
    Haha!

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    Quote Originally Posted by VObserver View Post
    The headline today should be UL football coach fired for felony theft of his salary.
    Choked on coffee reading that. Sums it up

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    Quote Originally Posted by VObserver View Post
    The headline today should be UL football coach fired for felony theft of his salary.
    LOL

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    Seeing Ferrod Gardner on the 2018 roster. Is he back?


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    Wasn't Gardner arrested for identity theft? He must have been found innocent. That's the only way I could see him being reinstated.


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    Quote Originally Posted by KajunKrazy View Post
    Wasn't Gardner arrested for identity theft? He must have been found innocent. That's the only way I could see him being reinstated.
    According to an interview with Coach Napier which appeared in this morning's Daily Advertiser, Gardner is back on the team on a "probationary" basis. Apparently he never left school after being removed from the team last year. My conclusion is that if he stays out of trouble we will see him on the field next season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cajun Monkee View Post
    Seeing Ferrod Gardner on the 2018 roster. Is he back?
    3 months late on the reply ... evidently.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cajunsmike View Post
    According to an interview with Coach Napier which appeared in this morning's Daily Advertiser, Gardner is back on the team on a "probationary" basis. Apparently he never left school after being removed from the team last year. My conclusion is that if he stays out of trouble we will see him on the field next season.
    Our LB core went from being a liability to maybe a bright spot on this team .. If our new D linemen are as good as advertised we might have a pretty good front 7

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    Quote Originally Posted by cajun_lannister View Post
    Our LB core went from being a liability to maybe a bright spot on this team .. If our new D linemen are as good as advertised we might have a pretty good front 7
    I'm thinking the same thing. Who knows what type of product will be on the field next year? It's very intriguing!

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    Default Re: Analysis: How Gardner's season-ending injury impacts UL defense

    Quote Originally Posted by CajunEXPRESS View Post
    Just seems like we've had excessive injuries in non games, practice. Could be my view, and we didn't have excessive numbers, or we did and it's just bad luck.
    Its got to be the HC fault...Right?

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    Default Re: Analysis: How Gardner's season-ending injury impacts UL defense

    Quote Originally Posted by zephyr View Post
    Its got to be the HC fault...Right?
    He gets the glory, he gets the blame. Again head coaches are responsible for who they recruit. Possibly he's recruiting injury prone players, not making sure he gets the best trainers possible. Mike Loteif died on that hill.

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    Default Re: Analysis: How Gardner's season-ending injury impacts UL defense

    Quote Originally Posted by CajunEXPRESS View Post
    He gets the glory, he gets the blame. Again head coaches are responsible for who they recruit. Possibly he's recruiting injury prone players, not making sure he gets the best trainers possible. Mike Loteif died on that hill.
    That's a bit of stretch ,injuries are a part of sports and it's almost impossible to tell if a player is injury prone coming out of high school

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    Default Re: Analysis: How Gardner's season-ending injury impacts UL defense

    Quote Originally Posted by CajunEXPRESS View Post
    He gets the glory, he gets the blame. Again head coaches are responsible for who they recruit. Possibly he's recruiting injury prone players, not making sure he gets the best trainers possible. Mike Loteif died on that hill.
    This is insane.

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    Default Re: Analysis: How Gardner's season-ending injury impacts UL defense

    Quote Originally Posted by CajunEXPRESS View Post
    Does anyone else think we have too many serious leg, ankle, and foot injuries? Is it problems with the turf at the IDPF, or maybe the field maintenance on the grass practice fields.
    You may have a point. We are practicing on turf more than ever this year.

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