Found December 10, 2012 on No Guts, No Glory:
Serial nut grabber Shaun Smith is back in the news again. Luckily, it’s not for grabbing another man’s nuts, but he did find a little time in Sunday’s game against the Browns to choke Trent Richardson. But that’s not what we’re here to discuss right now. The more pressing issue here is that before Sunday’s game, Smith guaranteed that the Chiefs would beat the Browns by 10 points. And he even added that the “Brownies suck.” Well as you know, the Chiefs didn’t beat the Browns by 10 points instead, they lost by 23 points. So when Danny Parkins of 610 Sports and others begin to question Smith on guarantee, Smith loses his cool and the meltdown is on. I respect @autumnsjs90 but when you say “we are gonna win today by 10 the brownies suck” and get blown out you’re gonna get some backlash. — Danny Parkins (@DannyParkins) December 9, 2012 Smith later apologized for his meltdown by saying, “I want to apologize for the words and language I have used in my tweets today my emotions got the b
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