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It would have been a thread topic one way or another, you did good to post it.
Thousands of readers and pages of people spouting off.
All in all I would say a good thread ...nice job
Those nutty Taiwanese animators bring a little levity to the situation.
The reporter trap door and Lane laughing seemed the most right on to me ...
They needed a visor and play card to really capture Lane but it was funny
Thanks for sharing
Don't care what he says, that sheep was violated.
Hysterical. Lane's never looked better!
Join the fight for YOUR liberty!
I have to admit this is pretty funny and very clever.
This post was edited by Troybill 17 months ago
I thought it was rather stupid...would rather see a LSUfreek fark, even if we come off looking worse.
"Here are provided seats of meditative joy, where shall rise again the destined reign of Troy." Virgil
Lane didn't fire this kid. He didn't even talk to him about the incident; compliance made sure of that.
No, student managers are not paid. They are volunteer positions. They get gear, some meals during the season, and sometimes get per diem (cash - about $20) when the players do. Otherwise, the only benefit of being a manager is the fact that you're a part of the team, you're on the sidelines for every home game, and you generally are able to get to travel with the team for 2 away games (the head manager goes to all away games). Managers also get similar bowl gifts as the players if the team makes it to a bowl game.
The only student manager that gets any compensation (other than the above) is the head manager, who gets a full tuition scholarship.
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by theknuckleUSC 17 months ago
That was already clarified earlier in the thread, compliance and not Lane releasing the kid.
But, thanks for explaining how the managers are compensated, new info to me.
I guess deflate gate is ancient history, so we all move on.
Yesterdays newspaper, so to speak.
Good for a few laughs among my friends, "brings new meaning to taking the air out of the ball".
Neither my friends or myself could think of another similar situation in football, ever.
Pat Haden must have done double take first hearing of it.
Edit: spelling & grammar corrections
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by USC Outsider 17 months ago
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