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Former Ole Miss football star Deuce McAllister, who played eight seasons in the NFL as a running back for the New Orleans Saints, doesn’t seem to think that the developing story regarding Rebels players allegedly “heckling” student actors during the school’s rendition of “The Laramie Project” is particularly newsworthy. For those playing catch up, it was reported that 20 football players were among those using “gay slurs” during the performance, which was about Matthew Shepard’s 1998 murder. Deuce’s take:
Gotta be a slow news day. I don’t condone the actions of the 20 freshmen Ole Miss players nor do I know all of the facts but the reaction
— deuce mcallister (@dmcallister26) October 3, 2013
And comments by most is laughable. Yes they know better and will pay for their actions. Teachable moment at best.
— deuce mcallister (@dmcallister26) October 3, 2013
Since the initial report, which was written by Adam Ganucheau of The Daily Mississippian, coach Hugh Freeze has taken to Twitter
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When the Chicago Bears host the New Orleans Saints Sunday, you’ll see former Fighting Illini Pierre Thomas starting at tailback. On the other side, the Saints have another former Illini, Martez Wilson who is a part time starter at right outside linebacker (he’s two on the depth chart now) Thomas, a T.F. South product from the Chicago suburbs, were on Illini teams that went 8...
So, ESPN, what are you trying to say here? Is Darren Sproles not a hard worker? Does Danny Woodhead work harder than Darren Sproles? Perhaps there are some racial undertones here as well. Either way, interesting take on the Chargers running back who is a diminutive dynamo.
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