Discussion in 'Other Sports' started by JCBRAVE, Jan 10, 2014.
Anyone planning to watch this?
Anyone who was shocked by Greg Williams Bounty scandal probably shouldn't watch.
Relevant story time.
Ah memories of youth football when I was a kid.
We won our division and we're invited to a regional youth football tournament in Atlanta.
I played WR.
The first game we played was against a team from the rougher part of Atlanta. They apparently took it way more serious than we did. Straight hood.
I kept lining up in front of the same CB. The kid was cussing me up and down every play. Calling me a cracker and whatever else.
The ball was ran my side so I had to block. I jacked this kid up. Flattened him.
The next play is another run to my side. I go to block him again and the kid just grabs my face mask and twists my head before slinging me to the ground.
No penalty. The parents on the other side are cheering madly. In a straight frenzy.
All moms, no dads... duh.
My coach and dad are raising hell. Refs don't care. Kid continues cussing me out the entire game.
Apparently wasn't alone. Other kids are getting kicked and punched.
After the game(we got killed) we go to locker room. We notice that a couple of our line men's jerseys have cuts all over the shoulder pads and front parts. One boys has a cut all the way through his shirt and a scratch on his stomach.
One of their players had to have had a razor blade or something taped on his gloves.
Parents raising hell, coach going crazy. Cops are out there, nobody can prove anything. We go back to the hotel.
We were out of the tournament.
All of us are happy. Didn't want to play anymore. We all go to Hooters that night. Sweet.
Go to the Coca-Cola factory the next day. Worth it.
Little League football in Atlanta, never again.
Im gonna make my son watch this, let him see how much fun it is to assault other people and not get in trouble.
Sounds like coaches yelling to hear themselves yell to me. Coached this game on several levels. From 7-8 years old to instaling high school offense. Never see the need to be those guys, even at upper age groups.
Careful you do not push him too hard. Kid might rebel and turn gay.
His future could be:
I try not to push him into things, but he doesn't know whats good for him.
He fought me to the death almost when I told him he was taking swimming lesson. had to throw the kid in, he wouldn't go on his own.
Anyways, now he loves to go swimming.
Fathers know best.
Now that would be something, my son becoming a gay black guy...
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