My deal? lol. I could careless about MD. Just report the facts. As for the other little mishap by MD players...they are lucky someone was watching over them and didn`t want their future to be tarnished/ruined.cruiser wrote:RR, you seem to be really involved or follow closely MD stuff, is that your deal,
do you follow other teams as closely or just MD?
your actions contradict your words "RR"RoadRunner wrote:My deal? lol. I could careless about MD. Just report the facts. As for the other little mishap by MD players...they are lucky someone was watching over them and didn`t want their future to be tarnished/ruined.
It may, not saying it will The kid is a difference maker. Sure they have other receivers but this guy can stretch the field better than any of them. Even a team as talented as MD can be impacted when top players go down.leftyRosenthal wrote: shouldn’t make a difference at all.
John Q. Public
Seriously, lefty?leftyRosenthal wrote:At least he’s not a guy who’s going to affect the point spread the next four games. Plenty of younger guys that can play the position, shouldn’t make a difference at all.
The significance of this is whether or not it’ll affect the point spread? That’s how you look at HSFB?
Did the school know the address was falsified?............Luca
The mother took on the whole process by herself because she could not afford a lawyer. I'm sure there are some attorney's on here and they probably know how difficult it could be as a layperson to navigate the court system on your own, especially probabte court. Fact of the matter is many of you keep barking up the wrong tree. MD's administration doesn't play around EVERY single move is inspected multiple times over the season and beyond. MD realizes everyone is looking. So I know it's a fun narrative to suggest that MD let's kids use fake addresses ect., but unfortunately for many of you that simply isn't true.
Reason: rule violations removed