Thunder Collins and Teddy Dupay: Collins was a once-heralded running back at Nebraska who never really panned out. This week, he was found guilty of “first-degree murder, attempted second-degree murder, first-degree assault and two weapons charges.” He’ll be in jail for a long time just like another Cornhusker, Lawrence Phillips. When Collins was being taken out of the courtroom, he exploded: “Set it now. Set it now! I’m not coming back. Set it now … No justice. No justice. I’m the victim. I’m the victim here. They know I killed no one. Of course, they got the wrong guy. I’m not no snitch. I’ve got dignity. I will get another trial.” Teddy Dupay, a former sharpshooter at Florida, will be going to jail for 30 days for assaulting a woman in Park City, Utah. It seems a far too generous for someone who did something as disturbing as this. Dupay, a star in high school, went to the National Championship with the Gators as a sophomore, but never got a chance to play his senior season for gambling on college sports. [Omaha World-Herald, Ballin’ is a Habit]
From Joey Bosa’s younger brother to Rashan Gary.
Will it ever happen?
Not sure that he has the physical ability to go out and be great anymore, as Miller says.
Keep your eyes peeled.
Is that a bad thing, though?