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2.tears.in.a.bucket
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"EMU Fires Head Coach For Insane Tirade Directed At Team"
Sat Nov-09-13 05:41 PM by 2.tears.in.a.bucket

  

          

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SEAN NEWELLE 11/09/13 2:58pm

EMU Fires Head Coach For Insane Tirade Directed At Team

Ron English and his Eastern Michigan squad were off to a rough 1-8 start to the year and on Friday, EMU fired English saying a change in leadership was necessary. Today the school elaborated and the Detroit News provided the context: audio of a profanity-fest of a locker room tirade from English.

The audio isn't great, but you get the gist of it. English is pretty unhinged, repeatedly refers to his team as playing "shitbird football" and says he doesn't respect them, referring to the team as "quitting ass bitches" and faggot ass motherfuckers."



I thought this was just par for the course in most college football locker rooms, no? This whistleblowing shit is getting outta hand. Funny shit though. This sounds every bit like D-BO's halftime speech, lol.

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Things like "faggot ass motherfuckers" shouldn't be par for the course
Nov 09th 2013
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tantrums don't make 1-8 teams winners either
Nov 09th 2013
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Likely not, point is still it shouldn't be ok to say whatever you want
Nov 09th 2013
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      definitely
Nov 09th 2013
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      ohgtfoh
Nov 09th 2013
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           "Things have always been this way, we shouldn't change"
Nov 09th 2013
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                To clarify, I'm not suggesting no yelling and all group games
Nov 09th 2013
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                Because a hyper aggressive competitive testosterone driven sport
Nov 09th 2013
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i just always thought football + civility were contrary to another.
Nov 09th 2013
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      No change is an overnight change, but it's time to change some things
Nov 09th 2013
10
actually just a convenient way to fire his ass without a buyout
Nov 09th 2013
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Very true, fired immediately b/c of the situation more than the act
Nov 09th 2013
9

Y2Flound
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1. "Things like "faggot ass motherfuckers" shouldn't be par for the course"
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Sat Nov-09-13 05:49 PM by Y2Flound

  

          

I agree on one hand that people in a locker room (or anywhere) should not have to worry about people secretly taping them to get them in trouble, but at the same time we don't have to say this is ok because it's always been that way.

Needing players to toughen up is not the same as calling the faggot ass motherfuckers and doing so does not actually do anything to result in a team being better.

  

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2. "tantrums don't make 1-8 teams winners either"
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Y2Flound
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3. "Likely not, point is still it shouldn't be ok to say whatever you want"
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The attitude of this is what we do in sports so deal with it is tired and outdated.

Odds are there are probably gay men on his team who work really hard to compete and be good so to insinuate that a team is playing bad because they are playing like gays is not a way to win your team over.

  

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rob
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5. "definitely"
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6. "ohgtfoh"
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gay or not none of those fukers should be that offended at a coaches tirade

my high school coach went on plenty of em and the hardest thing about em was keeping a str8 face and not busting out in laughter

this is kneejerk reaction to the miami situation

every coach could be fired if one of the players has a grudge for being benched and decides to record a practice





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8. ""Things have always been this way, we shouldn't change""
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A line that has been great throughout history

  

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11. "To clarify, I'm not suggesting no yelling and all group games"
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Sat Nov-09-13 06:55 PM by Y2Flound

  

          

I understand the motivation needed for a game as violent and fast as football.

But I still don't think the need to dehumanize people is needed.

  

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12. "Because a hyper aggressive competitive testosterone driven sport"
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is on the same level as regular social behavior and politics

good one
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4. "i just always thought football + civility were contrary to another."
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maybe the two can coexist. but with the violent nature of the sport, i just don't see how you can expect these type a cats to corral all this learned behavior overnight.

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- i. rashad

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10. "No change is an overnight change, but it's time to change some things"
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This isn't only about Miami either, people can call it the pussification of America all they want, but I'll call it the evolving.

The game can be violent, the can have different rules than apply in most work places, more leeway needs to be given due to the situation, but in the end they are all still people, and in the case of college, very young people.

  

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7. "actually just a convenient way to fire his ass without a buyout"
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he had an 11-46 record there. flip those numbers around and EMU would gladly let him fire up the men with whatever adjectives he desired.

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9. "Very true, fired immediately b/c of the situation more than the act"
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