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Colorado RB Alton McCaskill was among the biggest transfers this week. On the way out, McCaskill's father took some shots at Deion Sanders on social media...
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Originally published on TigerDroppings.com
43 Comments
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LSUMaverick30 days
K...
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TailbackU1 month
That kids name is “Locker Room Poison”
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Waverunner1 month
Sounds like the problem is 'daddy'.....
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Deplorable Duke1 month
I can’t read that shite
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3down101 month
Dad more worried about getting part of an NFL paycheck than anything else is all I see.
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WhoDatNC1 month
Narcissists rarely get along with each other.
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Tasseo1 month
I torn here....the dad is a putz....but so is Deion so....
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theballguy1 month
Yep but I defer to Deion here. Barely.
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TNTigerman1 month
I torn here me....the dad is a putz he....but so is Deion he....
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Drizzt1 month
This dad will ruin his son’s career
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NytroBud1 month
Deion is all about the W..if the kid was that good he would be on the field
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PureBlood1 month
But Deion is also all about "his dawgs" so... could be some smoke here.
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ponyman1 month
One thing's for sure. The next school knows that if Dad's not happy, he will probably tweet something negative about the school.
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cajunmud1 month
Dad seeing his gravy train slipping away.
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mametoo1 month
“We”?
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Hangit1 month
He is a 4.48 kid, running to his 3rd college. Maybe Mcneese or Nicholls will be his next stop on his national tour?
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POTUS20241 month
Would help his case if he explained the favoritism stuff.
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3down101 month
His kid got beat out, but he can't accept that.
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JOHNN29 days
Broad accusations allow for people to exaggerate the story over time
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CR40901 month
Sports parents are the worst.
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vodkacop1 month
Doesn't make his response wrong
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TouchdownTony1 month
The reason I got out of coaching EARLY. What "parents" don't see is what the coaches see every day. My first asst job was a high school asst baseball gig. We had told the players on the first day of practice half the team would be taking BP why the other half worked in the field. Then the next day would be vice versa. Just for these 2 days. One parent comes screaming at the head coach on the first day, who's son was to to take fielding and throwing practice only, wanting to know why his son wasn't allowed to hit. After it was explained they started yelling favortism. Frick that.
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GaTiger271 month
I always thought “Baseball Dads” would make a great reality tv show
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Academic All-American, right?
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JackieTreehorn1 month
I loathe today’s “student athlete.”
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Dadren1 month
I would have kept this kid on the bench just because of his obnoxious helicopter dad.
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Solid grammar from pops
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HerkFlyer1 month
The ellipsis with four periods tells me all I need to know.
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dgnx61 month
Although an ellipsis is technically complete with three periods (...), its rise in popularity as a "trailing-off" or "silence" indicator, particularly in mid-20th-century comic strip and comic book prose writing, has led to expanded uses online. Today, extended ellipses anywhere from two to dozens of periods have become common constructions in Internet chat rooms and text messages.
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SomeLSUguy1 month
I use the ellipsis between thoughts... as if I was trailing off... or sometimes as an indication of silence.
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saintsfan221 month
They only ran the ball like 5 times a game anyway
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