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want that thing in Tally. Amazing. Honestly it's too bad the victimes weren't armed.
If that were my kid that I sent to UA to get an education Ol' Saint Nick and the Bama boosters would be paying my kid a boatload.
Those are some sick young men. Forget football, lock them up. Maybe they should add morals and character into the star rating....
Straight trash. Lol at the idiots wanting these kids to transfer to FSU. Weed maybe, but def not violence.
Bjoern and Lonnie would be 6 stars then...
Maybe its the PED's. Deer antler rage!
Joking aside, those are some sick young men. No blaming Bama or Saban. You can't control evil people. The university and Saban will expel this kids. Jail time is a given.
There's no way Saban can keep these players around. The sky was the limit for some of these kids but apparently they'd rather beat up innocent students instead of winning championships and making millions in the NFL.
What a bunch of punks, there is no excuse for sh!t like this to happen. These kids need to be held accountable for their actions and IMO they should be kicked out of the university and face some jail time. I wouldnt want these kids representing FSU.
Dude those guys should rot in jail. What a bunch of pu$$ies. I hope we never hear from them again.
Agree on the evil people. I hope these guys are prosecuted too the fullest. Wasted talent, among the the worst things.
Deserve got nothing to do with it...
Dang that's messed up. I used to live in Paty Hall
How the heck do these kids afford to bond out for 60-65k?!?
I think you only have to pay 10%. So it's more like $6,000. Still, not the type of money many families have lying around these days.
Oh yea that's right, forgot about that, but yea, still wondering how they come up with that.
Well, it's not as simple as some people are evil and others aren't. There is an effect of economic background and upbringing, too. Not to say that this action was not sick, but I see issues like this as more of a societal problem than a problem with these individuals specifically (because it happens often).
They should be punished for what they did, but part of me hopes that someone else gives them a chance down the road. I would rather these young men be punished and then educated than be on the streets acting like this for the rest of their lives.
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