Saw our team chaplain today. He referred to this weekend as the Superbowl for the church. Gave me a good chuckle— Anthony Castonzo (@AnthonyCastonzo) March 28, 2013
Very Blessed #BC17 #CollegeBound instagram.com/p/XTPL25LlFW/— Myles Willis #12 (@MylesAhead_12) March 26, 2013
We got a point on the road tonight. We are still in 2nd place. Thank you for all the support today. My first start and 90 minutes. Progress— Charlie Davies (@CharlieDavies9) March 28, 2013
We want our fans to leave saying "I can't wait to go back!" Our "You're No. 1" theme means every single fan is an important part of BCFB.— Brad Bates (@BCBradBates) March 27, 2013
For all those who went to school in #Boston buzzfeed.com/chackattack/wh… genius— Luke Russert (@LukeRussert) March 27, 2013
Bravo to all BC performers & special guest @chrisodonnell- on.bc.edu/10yogtv - Spectacular #BC150 concert @ Symphony Hall. #wearebc— Boston College (@BostonCollege) March 24, 2013
We'll never forget this moment @charliedavies9 RT @brianstraus: Charlie Davies silences the Azteca (via @mls) twitter.com/BrianStraus/st…— The American Outlaws (@AmericanOutlaws) March 26, 2013
I liked the Luke Russert tweet and link.
So, where is Charlie Davies these days? He was a shooting star with plenty of speed until his severe car crash. He had unlimited potential. His father was an immigrant from Gambia in West Africa. He appeared to have a solid self image and a good family perspective. Obviously, African athletes usually come from solid family structures. African-American athletes have a "whole lot of baggage", in the words of Jerry Springer, to overcome.
You lose even a half step at that position and it is game over. Charlie just doesn't have the speed anymore.
Hey! You didn't quote yourself this week. You need to step up your tweet game, apparently.
JBQ, what are you talking about? Even your stereotypes are nonsensical.
@blist: Thank you. Dizzy Dean told a journalist to "stand behind that tree and I'll whomp you to death with an optical illusion". It's called sociological statistics.
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