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    What a cry baby family this is

    The Forcier family. Brother Tate was told by Michigan to take a hike. His other two brothers transfered from there first schools for lack of playing time. The father went clear to Ann Arbor from San Diego to meet with the AD because basically his son was not being treated like Tom Brady. I thought this kid would be a good transfer to pick up at Iowa State. However, It sounds like the whole family is a bunch of babies.


    Ex-Michigan Wolverines QB Tate Forcier leaving school - ESPN


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    Re: What a cry baby family this is

    I would still take him. If he didn't gel with the team, what is he gonna do, leave? Agreed on his family being tools though.



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    Re: What a cry baby family this is

    I like how he plays for Michigan and the Quote at the top of the page is from Joe Paterno. Not only that but he spelled Paterno wrong.


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    Re: What a cry baby family this is

    Wow. Read the Forcier Family Story on their site. Dad must be a complete d-bag.



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    Angry Re: What a cry baby family this is

    Love it. It's like the parents that hire a lawyer to argue a drug charge against their kid so it won't end up on their record. Wake the hell up and see that sometimes it really IS your kid's fault! I love my kid to death, but he will be responsible for his mistakes, and I expect him to learn from them. If he expects me to swoop in and clean them up for him, he will be very disappointed.

    There was a news story out in the last couple days about a 16 year old who stowed away in the landing gear of an aircraft, then fell to his death. The parents are suing the airport because security should not have allowed him to get that close to the aircraft.

    That's all a bit off topic, let me try to bring it back around. For the Forciers, it's clear that the parents have programmed them to have unrealistic expectations regardless of the situation, and they in turn have allowed the parents to fight all of their battles and to insulate them from reality. Good luck in the real world you bag of ****s!



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    Re: What a cry baby family this is

    Forcier Dad = Whinny Loser



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    Re: What a cry baby family this is

    QBFORCE!!!!!!1


    The one constant through all the years, Ray, has been baseball. America has rolled by like an army of steamrollers. It has been erased like a blackboard, rebuilt and erased again. But baseball has marked the time. This field, this game: it's a part of our past, Ray. It reminds of us of all that once was good and it could be again. Oh... people will come Ray. People will most definitely come.

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