UT Football Player In Custody; Kicked Off Team

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  1. Wolf

    Wolf 100% Texan

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    http://keyetv.com/local/local_story_215122330.html

    these kids, I wonder what the heck goes through their minds
     
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    Koolaid Time Drink Up!

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    "Nicknamed 'Slick,' the #78 defensive tackle was charged and jailed for aggravated robbery with a deadly weapon.

    Police say Jones and former UT player Robert Joseph robbed a 14-year old victim at these apartments -- making deadly threats and brandishing guns
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    He's a wimp. He needs a gun to rob a 14 year old kid. I'd bench him too...

    If he really was a big mean defensive tackle, he'd just bit**slap the kid and take his lunch money, not pull a gun.

    But knowing the APD and UT politics... it will be pled down to "disorderly conduct" and "Slick" will be back on the team in time for the Rice game...
     
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    Wolf 100% Texan

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    UT alumini (I like UT) but they do have powerfull lawyers ....I does seem some things .ie mcconnoughey(if I spelled that right (ex ut)) and his deal (MGM has good lawyers too) ..hushed some things.. benson , jason patrick .etc etc.. austin does get the headlines for things and...like a ghost .things vanish... ).. I am not hating on anyone, but in general.. Austin does get things solved "under the radar"
     
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    Not an alum, but the curious way a million dollars worth of "stuff" disapears from the campus every year makes me agree. How that stuff "walks" off on it's own is a mistery to everone except the ones behind the scenes.
     
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    gg no re iggnorent

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    lol: lol: lol:

    I never really get why athletes, despite being set whether in terms of opportunities or finances, have to do these stupid things.
     
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    They're never held accountable or to the same standard as others, so they feel the rules don't apply to them. Hell even in high school if you can ball you don't even have to know how to read......seriously. I knew a guy that was practically illiterate that was able to graduate, becuase he could "play". Thats Texas football.... :fans:
     


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    TexansLucky13 53d Signal Batt

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    You knew Vince Young!? COOL!!!

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    Just about fell off my chair laughing at that one!!!lol: Good one Lucky!!
     
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    That might make sense if Vince Young didn't come out his junior year.
     

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