[quote] countingbeans wrote:
For the record, I don’t give a shit that Rodgers or any QB does it.
Ball PSI isn’t what makes him great.
There is no moral or cultural implications in all this either. Professional Sports never had integrity, not a single one, in any era. “Cheating” in some form or fashion is part of the game. Shit, stealing signs is part of baseball and you know this growing up… [/quote]
Sure there is Beans. Whether you and I like it or not or whether we think it’s ridiculous or not, [/quote]
That is more of a commentary on our culture than what animals antler spray people put on themselves to suddenly recover from a torn muscle.
It’s like, you’ve just started watching sports in the last 5 days lol.
What is the graduation rate for college athletes? Some of these people can’t speak English, and you’re going to sit there and tell me they qualified for College? lmao.
We have kids on gear in high school, given it by their coach…
Reggie Bush losses his Heisman because he made millions for college football, risked his health and well being, and decided he deserved a fraction of what he earned for people in return. Joe Pa turns the other cheek on his coach butt-fucking small children in the shower, and gets his “wins reinstated”.
Have they even called a travel on Lebron in his entire career?
Please with this. Sports are rife will malcontents doing shady shit to win, over and over and over, since the dawn of time. All that counts is winning. We look the other way all the time because it entertains us, all the while breaking rules every single day of our lives. (I’m sure you all came to a full stop this morning and didn’t go above 65mph on your way in.)
Look, again, IF, and it’s still an IF as of the posting of this post, the Pats dicked with the balls AFTER the ref signed off on them, and not before, then they are pathetic losers who are too obsessed with winning to even act rationally. But even IF that ends up being the case, can we all get off our high horses about this shit please?