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tigafan89
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How so?


I'm quite willing to bet cajunjj has smoked marijuana as well. Thus, accusing the Honey Badger to ease his own conscience. The most compelling evidence is he is casting stones. That's the obvious clue of guilt. I could be wrong. But I doubt it.






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Jwodie
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I'm quite willing to bet cajunjj has smoked marijuana as well. Thus, accusing the Honey Badger to ease his own conscience. The most compelling evidence is he is casting stones. That's the obvious clue of guilt. I could be wrong. But I doubt it.


Do you seriously think that's apples to apples? Is cajunjj playing major college football for Louisiana State University and being provided with a full scholarship and every other ease of access to both a degree and to the NFL just for walking the line while at LSU?

No answer required.






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JustSmokin
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Tyrann was kicked off of LSU's team for marijuana use. He is a college student. Many college students do this. Most LSU students drink to excess. Because he behaved like a "regular college student", he was treated with prejudice and disdain, and ultimately with hypocrisy. Honey Badger deserved better.


Whether you like the law or not, marijuana is illegal. Tyrann knew it was illegal. Tyrann knew the rules to be a member of the LSU football team and that he would be drug tested one day. He knew the consequences if he got caught. He chose to ignore the rules. He deserved everything he got.







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tigafan89
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No answer required.


The truth couldn't help you. You could never understand.

Honey Badger is a great kid. You could never repay him for the joy he provided Jwodie and Cajunjj on Saturdays and throughout the fall. He got a "scholarship" for books and tuition. Wow! Big whoop. He then enjoyed life like a regular student and you somehow feel he cheated you from watching him perform. Pathetic






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Jwodie
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Whether you like the law or not, marijuana is illegal.


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JustSmokin








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Jwodie
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Honey Badger is a great kid. You could never repay him for the joy he provided Jwodie and Cajunjj on Saturdays and throughout the fall. He got a "scholarship" for books and tuition. Wow! Big whoop. He then enjoyed life like a regular student and you somehow feel he cheated you from watching him perform. Pathetic


You didn't address what I said whatsoever. Instead you just went on with more baseless drivel. I'm a big Badger fan, and hope he does great in the NFL. You can say he's a great guy all you want but ultimately he was incredibly selfish in making the decisions he made in ignoring the rules and constantly failing drug tests despite repeated chances. Aside from any stain on the University or the program, he was ultimately selfish in letting his teammates down by not being on the field last year with them. Hell, he's admitted himself how stupid and selfish it was to do what he did - read the ESPN article.






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tigafan89
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He deserved everything he got.


I hope you get everything you deserve.






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High C
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He had MULTIPLE opportunities, thus your "treated unfairly" argument holds no water. He, like many others, (hopefully) has learned the hard way. He was not just a regular student, and you can't be dumb enough to not understand this.





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JustSmokin
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I hope you get everything you deserve.

I do get everything I deserve. Unlike you, I don't make excuses for my actions.






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tduecen
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No I firmly believe he is





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wildtigercat93
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This guy has to be a troll. HAS TO BE.







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Popcorn
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Whether you like the law or not, marijuana is illegal. Tyrann knew it was illegal. Tyrann knew the rules to be a member of the LSU football team and that he would be drug tested one day. He knew the consequences if he got caught. He chose to ignore the rules. He deserved everything he got.


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Every other college student at LSU didn't have everything handed to him on a silver platter.

Does everyone else have scholarships to support them?

Is the school paying for their education so they may play on their athletic teams?

Does everyone else have small mundane things like meal plans, clothing and gear paid for like Mathieu did?

Does everyone else have access to one of the best training facilities with one of the best, well known nationwide athletic trainers and weight lifting coaches?

The answer is no. Shut up.



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Brageous
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Rules are in place for a reason. These are polarizing athletes that represent the university in the media on a national level. It took NUMEROUS failed drug tests for LSU to finally say enough is enough. It took him getting kicked off the team to learn his lesson and he STILL was doing drugs. When you play in a sport that tests for drugs, and you make the decision to do drugs, that's your own idiotic fault. He risked millions of dollars for it. Hopefully he's grown up because he's one of my favorite LSU players all time to watch on the field.





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tigafan89
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Geaux Honey Badger.

Oh, and be more selfless, like the guys in Tiger Rant.






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willhigg6
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This guy has to be a troll. HAS TO BE.


Sadly, I think this guy is completely serious. I'm not even sure how he could be. It's the most ludicrous thing I've heard in a while. Not only was he given multiple opportunities while on the team, he even was on the path to playing for LSU again after being kicked off the team. He isn't a normal college student. He chose to participate in an extracurricular activity that prohibits ILLEGAL drugs. If he wants to be like any other college student (which don't all smoke weed, by the way), then he doesn't have to play football. But if he is going to play football, he can't smoke weed without trouble. That simple.






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Jwodie
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Ease up man, it's not his fault. Let's blame someone else. Let's blame LSU. It's always someone else's fault.





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Florida225
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Seeing how you still refer him to "The Honey Badger" I'm assuming you're 11.





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Jcorye1
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I hope the best for him. We've all fricked up some way or another, and hopefully most of us learn from it.

I hope for the best from him, and Jamarcus.







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Lsuchs
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Member since Apr 2013
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The position he was in requires drug testing. He repeatedly failed them and was let go. It is unfortunate but fair. I don't think it makes him a bad kid at all. he doesnt deserve bieng trashed as a person for doing what most kids do. I think the person saying he was bieng treated unfairly should clarify between some fans and the university. That would make sense. I wish tyrann the best and hope he has a long great NFL career and think it speaks volumes he still loves and supports LSU football





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mikeymike
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How about the Honey Badger let LSU down and his teammates ! Screw him...





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