Big news around here today: DGB “indefinitely suspended” from the team, though he can use the student-athlete academic resource center, and I’m sure he’ll be there a lot.
The coaches and AD staff just got tired of his antics, most of which aren’t reported, and there’s chatter that he was arrested again somewhere in Columbia this past weekend.
Consensus gossip is that he’s played his last down as a Tiger, will transfer somewhere. At this rate, if he makes the NFL, he’ll be a career backup and journeyman, or maybe he might have a nice career in Canada.
What happened with him? Easy. He grew up and started acting more like his dopehead biological parents than his straight arrow adoptive parents. That and I think his adoptive father, an ex-jock himself, probably treated DGB with kid gloves because you can’t come down hard on the afawete.
Now we know what he did. He broke into an apartment in a rage looking for his g/f, and whacked around one of her roommates until she fell down some stairs and broke her hand, and women being shoved down stairs often ends up even much worse for the woman, so she was lucky. The only reason he’s not being charged is because the victim doesn’t want to testify, because she was afraid of the shit she’d have to take for snitching on the star black afawete. (Shades of the woman Kobe Bryant raped.)
Though since he’s now been released from his scholarship, I don’t see why that would be an issue anymore.
Remember, this is the same school still reeling from the fallout of the suicide of the Canadian mulatto swimmer that was raped by blacks on the football team, and a school that has declared this current month to be sexual assault awareness month. Now, DGB didn’t rape anyone, but that he was raging out looking for his g/f makes me think he had other intentions than just having words with her.
The victim was his g/f, not his g/f’s roommate. And she is white. On top of that, the reason she doesn’t want testify against him is because her mother, a school employee, and probably a rah-rah football team type, pressured her not to.