I thought it was a priviledge to play football on scholarship and there were team rules guess not. Can T.O. now get his money?
A Fulton County judge ordered Georgia Tech to reinstate defensive back Reuben Houston to the team Tuesday even though Houston is facing felony drug charges and has been suspended from the team all season.
Don't you just love it when black-robed tyrants stick their nose where it doesn't belong?
posted on 11/15/2005 9:18:31 PM PST
by Prime Choice
(Mechanical Engineers build weapons. Civil Engineers build targets.)
So let him warm the bench.
posted on 11/15/2005 9:19:05 PM PST
by Jeff Chandler
(Peace Begins in the Womb)
I thought it was a priviledge to play football on scholarship and there were team rules guess not.
On the other hand:
< COPS announcer voice> "All suspects are considered innocent until proven guilty in a Court of Law." < / COPS announcer voice>
posted on 11/15/2005 9:21:45 PM PST
The 22-year-old Houston, a two-year starting cornerback with seven career interceptions, was arrested June 21 in Atlanta in connection with a marijuana distribution operation based in California. According to a criminal complaint filed in Fresno, Calif., Houston conspired to possess and distribute about 100 pounds of marijuana, which has a street value of about $60,000
He should do well in the NFL.
posted on 11/15/2005 9:26:06 PM PST
(Rule Number 1: Be Armed)
Georgia Tech coach Chan Gailey said Houston might play as early as Saturday, when the Yellow Jackets visit No. 3 Miami.
Just because the guy is ordered "reinstated" doesn't mean he has to play.
Any respect I may have once had for Georgia Tech is way gone. What a disgrace.
"I don't know how you can read into that because we've never had a felony charge before," Braine said. "How it could be uneven, I don't know."
To the black robed tyrants, ruling from their thrones at the Arkham Asylum, logic just no longer matters.
And for the coach to even consider playing this man, at this time, may the Yellow Jackets be stomped upon by their foes.
Let the spirits of Cumberland U. finally gain their revenge.
posted on 11/15/2005 9:29:49 PM PST
by A message
a two-year starting cornerback with seven career interceptions
Judge must be a Tech fan.
posted on 11/15/2005 9:30:59 PM PST
(Flea, feather, bird, egg, nest, twig, branch, limb, tree, and the bog down in the valley - o.)
As fer the rest of ya peons out there ya dam well better not run a stop sign!!!
posted on 11/15/2005 10:22:55 PM PST
"Georgia Tech coach Chan Gailey said Houston might play as early as Saturday, when the Yellow Jackets visit No. 3 Miami."
I'd say this statement sums it all up.
posted on 11/15/2005 10:30:30 PM PST
by Bob J
(RIGHTALK.com...a conservative alternative to NPR!)
At first glance, I thought the headline read: "Judge orders Georgia Tech to reinstate PRAYER".
Wow, that shows you how delusional I am ;-(
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