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I have always found it very interesting that some people go out of their way to look like thugs ... and then get upset when other people perceive them as such.
Believe it or not, the same exact thing happened in Savannah two months ago. According to the Savannah Morning News, some thug broke into a tourist's car and stole her cell phone. The phone's camera was set up to automatically post all photos to the woman's Facebook page. After reporting the crime, the woman returned to her hotel and checked her Facebook page. Sure enough, the idiot had taken a picture of himself sitting in his mama's kitchen. The woman called the police, who recognized the buffoon as a well-known criminal with a lengthy record. He was quickly arrested.
Come on everybody, let's look at the bright side:
At least Dougherty and Monroe compete in the GHSA. That what high school is REALLY all about ... isn't it?
I agree with everything MisterEd said.
I would like to add that Mr. Phillips' attempt to blame R-C's loss on the color of the uniforms is a slap in the face to Gordon Lee's players and coaches, who pulled the biggest upset of the weekend by defeating a team that the Herald had already crowned as the state champion.
Actually, this story should read, "Another coach who should have known better fouls up."
The GHSA is far from perfect, but its web site states VERY CLEARLY that the bottom team in the bracket will be the home team in the state finals.
As far as last year's incident with AHS is concerned, ask yourself this before criticizing the GHSA: why were the Indians the ONLY team to show up in Savannah with the wrong uniforms? How do you explain the fact that EVERYBODY ELSE got the memo?
Honestly, at this stage of the season I don't understand why coaches don't take both/all of their uniforms to every game. By doing so, they could avoid embarassing scenarios such as this one.
One more thing: so much for the Herald's claim that Gordon Lee would "tremble" at the mere sight of mighty R-C, huh?
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