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February 2014
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Tragedy in College Football

Ted Agu, defensive lineman of California Golden Bears, dies – ESPN.

It is believed that Agu, 21, collapsed at practice and died because of his sickle cell trait. While respecting the situation, I would like to point out that to ESPN, the following are all more important than the sudden death at practice of a defensive lineman:

A-Rod. Aaron Hernandez’s cell phone. A college conference change. And a baseball free agent signing.

Someone died during a major college football university practice. Died.

Not a suspension; not a criminal; not money; not money.

A kid died.

C’mon, Snarfspn.

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1 Comment

  1. Young $narf Young $narf
    February 7, 2014    

    It’s been knocked down another rung by the Magic. Fucked up.

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