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30 Players Arrested Under Urban Meyer Leadership at Florida

by Robert Littal | Posted on Wednesday, September 15th, 2010
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If you read all the websites, blogs and newspapers (I think a few people still read them).

The majority all say the same thing:

REGGIE BUSH IS A BAD PERSON LOOK WHAT HE DID TO POOR USC.

Meanwhile you have the Florida Gators program which is led under one Urban Meyer.

The same Urban Meyer who once threatened a reporter with banishment for doing his job.

The same Urban Meyer who is untouchable in Florida (two National Championships will do that).

The same Urban Meyer who has had 30 players arrested under his watch at Florida.

Jimmy Johnson is sitting ,rocking The U leather jacket chuckling at that.

Doesn’t matter if you are Pete Carroll or Urban Meyer as long as you are winning games it doesn’t matter if your players are smoking weed, taking money or beating up their girlfriends.

No, I don’t think a head coach can be responisble for the actions of all his players, but having 30 arrests in less than 5 years is a pattern of leadership that shouldn’t be ignored.

Just because Meyer had one saint in Tebow, doesn’t mean he should not be held accountable for the team full of sinners.

You might want to think about that next time you want to judge Reggie Bush.

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  1. Jaeohh says:

    This post needs to be read!! Money/Agents have become such a big deal that regular criminals are overlooked.. NCAA has a lot to work on

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