His main point is that the training staff doesn't give him an MRI to verify a high ankle sprain for a few weeks. He keeps training and it gets worse so he asks for an MRI. The training staff asks why he thinks it's necessary so he calls his parents and asks them to set up an appointment. During the phone call, they relent and give him the MRI soon after.
After his fears of the high ankle sprain and bone bruise are verified, Jerry Kill puts him in a lose-lose situation saying the only reason he isn't better is because he isn't training hard enough.
The rest of it is about how the assistant coaches call him a ****--hmm..this is censored, think of a gay slur-- for having spiritual views (I'm assuming he is a Buddhist or believes in some new-age stuff) and how Kill constantly holds a scholarship over his head, saying he doesn't deserve one because he hasn't been healthy for an entire season, even though he was putting up All Big 10 level numbers as a walk-on before the injury.
He says he really doesn't care about that because it seems like he is from a background where his parents can afford to pay tuition. Mostly he complains about how Kill tries to hold things (like scholarships) over people's heads to scare them.
Also says Kill shouts at players for 15-20 minutes in an extremely public setting, then immediately after, in private, tries to make the player feel better. Says that manipulation tactic won't work and he will transfer to a D-1 school next year since he doesn't have to sit out a year.
This post was edited on 11/18 at 5:55 pm