Some More Sports Blogging…And a Trade for the Ages

Well this blog may be a few hours late, but better late than never. Over the past couple days I have wrote some more blog posts for The Female Fan blog.

The blog post from 2 days ago can be looked at by clicking here.  It primarily deals with:

  • Game 1 of the Stanley Cup
  • The retirement of the last great NBA big man, Shaquille O’Neal

The blog from earlier today can also be looked at by clicking here. This one discusses:

  • Game 2 of the NBA Finals
  • ‘Secret Meetings’ of the NFL
  • Terrelle Pryor and the NCAA

On a side note, I wanted to share the last few few lines from an article I read discussing ‘a trade for the ages.’

“Pryor’s father, Craig Pryor, said in an interview that his son is being unfairly targeted.

“The Gulstream is his,” said Craig Pryor. “We bought him a used Toyota Camry before his freshman year and he traded it in for the plane. End of story.”

I am just curious after reading this, are people stupid? Do they not put 2 and 2 together? Or are people just so quick to protect the people and things they love and care about that they don’t think before they act or speak? Well either way, Craig Pryor’s explanation of how his son got his own jet, makes Terrelle look one of two ways:

  1. Insanely brilliant and an incredible businessman
  2. Very guilty. Plain and Simple.

Check out the full article here.

And now not only is Terrelle Pryor in a whole lot of trouble, but so is The Ohio State University. The NCAA knows student athletes get favors at many schools across the country, but they cannot stand by and do nothing because it happens alot. They cannot be made a mockery of. No one thinks that Ohio State is the only school have things like this happen, but they got caught. And now they will have to and should have to pay the price. When you break the rules, you have to face the consequences.

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