Houston senior offensive lineman Justin Murphy went OFF on Twitter Thursday night after finding out
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Houston senior offensive lineman Justin Murphy went OFF on Twitter Thursday night after finding out he was no longer part of the team. He took to social media to completely shred head coach Dana Holgorsen and the program for tanking the 2019 season...









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That's just raw...
Reply1 month
Nobody made this communist play football.
Reply1 month
Not surprised to see you idiots take up for the program and not the kids affected by it. It’s college fricking football. Not the NFL. It’s houston. Who says they couldn’t have turned it around a made a bowl? Sounds pretty good to me. Instead they think they are relevant and very obviously don’t give a shite about the kids in the program, so they pull this amateur stunt to “redshirt” kids for next year. I hope holgerson goes 4-8 next year.
Reply1 month
Apart != a part, and two fragments punctuated as sentences. Does he even English 1001?
Reply1 month
He's very needy, he should get a woman, or a dog.
Reply1 month
I understand the frustration a Senior could/would feel if the HC essentially chooses to tank the player's final season of college football. That said, this guy is a over-dramatic, self entitled tool. Houston is his THIRD school in 6 years. And everyone of them gave this bozo an opportunity to receive and all expenses paid education. If he was so beaten up it was unwise to continue playing football, then he could have quit at any time. Yet, HE CHOSE to play until he couldn't play anymore.
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did someone force him to play football at Houston???
Reply1 month
So he made $3,700/game?
Reply1 month
He says he might develop CTE. Sounds like he's already there.
Reply1 month
If I was a Cougs ticket holder, I would hire Tony Buzbee for a class action law suit against the university.
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