After several more promptings from Rome, Rice allowed, "I think it's very admirable, actually. You've got to give kudos to a guy like that because he did it for his own reasons. Maybe it's the Rambo movies, maybe it's Sylvester Stallone, Rocky, whatever compels him."
OK, I know I'll get flamed for this, and I deserve it, but I hope in the first game of the year Rice breaks his leg in 10 places and a player from the opposing team, who has a family memeber in the service, spits in his face as he's laying writhing in pain on the ground.
Flame away, I'll gladly take it this instance.
Here's to the Maverick's being eliminated in the first round and Nash gets elbowed hard enough in the head he'll have either an epiphany or is forced to retire. Ala-Rudy Tomjanovich when Kermit Washington punched him so hard his grandchildren felt it.
I'm since of pukes like this punk. They've made watching pro-sports unwatchable. This article nails it.
Now I'll make a statement which will get everyone here upset. I deeply resent Rumsfeld for honoring Jordan instead of Tillman or many of the military heroes who died such as Neil Roberts. Having a lot of talent for putting a ball through a hoop (and getting a lot of money for itP just doesn't compare to what these men did.
Does anyone have the lastest on Pat Tillman and his brother Kevin?