Found November 02, 2012 on Double Coverage Football:
In the days leading up to the Louisville vs. Cincinnati game last Friday night, Cincinnati quarterback Munchie Legaux made a boastful proclamation when asked about his Louisville counterpart, Teddy Bridgewater: "I'm better." Legaux acknowledged the fact that Bridgewater's play and leadership on the field have been pretty good this year, but he couldn't resist taking it to another level. Look, Munchie, you're not Floyd "Money" Mayweather here with an endless streak of victories to backup your talk. Your on field performance has been mediocre at best, and while you've come through on a few occasions for the Bearcats, most notably against Virginia Tech, you're not at that level. It's a classic mistake of a young quarterback, one that's not as bad as the comments made by Terrelle Pryor regarding Michael Vick and killing people (but not Michael Vick killing people), that he's probably going to regret if not already. I'm all f...
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