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Mizzou: Matty Mauk redefines moronic

It doesn’t matter when University of Missouri, Columbia quarterback Matty Mauk snorted the cocaine like substance. It just matters that it happened. So, for all the apologetic defensive Mauk supporters, do yourself a favor and drop the shield and pick up a torch. When Mauk was abruptly suspended this past season, few people knew the details. Foul play or behavior was suspected...
Via STLSportsMinute
January 26, 2016  |  Discuss

Missouri suspends QB Maty Mauk indefinitely after alleged cocaine snorting video surfaces

Missouri has suspended quarterback Maty Mauk from the football program indefinitely as they investigate a video that allegedly shows the Tigers QB snorting cocaine. The video below was circulated on social media, and it shows a man snorting a white powder substance off a table: Matty Mauk missing the line, just like he misses his receivers. #Mizzou #Rocktober #MattyIce @TMAFanpage...
Via Larry Brown Sports
January 26, 2016  |  Discuss
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