There is very little evidence to call Hill a "predator". He has two misdemeanor convictions. That's hardly a "predator", by any stretch of the word.
he ran the victim down(preyed) and punched him(violence).
Seems to fit the bill to me.
Men that take advantage of underage women are routinely call "predators".
Is their some stipulation that I am not aware of that prevents misdemeanor criminals from being labeled predators ?
Miles has consistently suspended or dismissed players who have acted out of line. There is almost no evidence that Miles runs a "lawless" program or that he turns a blind eye to his players offenses.
He has showed favoritism to his upper echelon players (RP, JJ, TM7, Hill potentially) in comparison to the lesser players (Kyle Anderson, Zhmmal thomas, Troy Giddens, Derrick Odom).
Miles is the only coach in the history of college football to throw a Heisman finalist off his team without that player having a single arrest. The only one. It's absolutely false to suggest Miles has no interest in the "right thing", and he's shown a very active interest in it.
TM7 failed over 10 drug tests while at LSU.
So no telling how many chances he actually got.
So don't glorify Miles for that.
Not really. I'm not afraid of Hill. Do you think he's a danger to society? Honestly? I wouldn't want him dating my daughter, but I also don't think he's Capone or anything.
at what point would you think he becomes a danger to society?
What if there is a next time, and this becomes an established pattern(if its not already)? Then what?
Ever been a CEO of a company? How do you explain that if something happens again?
You certainly can't say "well, I never saw that coming!".
It was an f'n bar fight. Whatever. The number of people in a bar fight number in the millions. I would not say millions of people preyed on people violently. In fact, given the video, it seems we catch the middle of the fight. We have absolutely no idea... NONE.. who started it and why. More importantly, neither does Doyel
That's not a bar fight. It was a cheap shot by a 230 man that could have been truly bad. His weak effort is his only saving grace here.
The intent is what really matters. If he knocks the guy clean out and he hits his head and causes serious damage, then what? It's certainly not just a "fight"
. A fight is where 2 people knowingly engage in an altercation. Not when someone runs up behind you and blindsides you.
And had it been more serious, you certainly wouldnt be hesitating from calling him an animal, or a predator, IMO. Just be thankful he can't punch as well as he can run the football. Because that is not what I call a bar fight.
It is possible Doyel's reading is true, but it is certainly not actually proven by the facts we know.
Just because people do not agree with his opinion, does not give you the right to say he has made things up. He has all his facts straight.