If he was warned even once then he deserved it. What the hell is the point of a warning? If you don't listen to it then you deserve anything that happens to you afterwards. Clearly he has an issue with complying with requests.
If it is true that Rhoads held a closed door meeting and lectured the players about behavior just before this happened then Nealy is a complete idiot. If I were Rhoads I would take a serious consideration into making an example out of someone. He's a players coach, which is a good thing, but in the past his punishments haven't exactly been earth shattering. If you hold a meeting and lecture your players about behavior and then immediately afterwards one of your players gets arrested for a freaking noise complaint after being warned multiple times by the cops to turn it down clearly your message isn't getting through to them. Maybe that's because they are just plain stupid, but it could also be because they don't think you are ever going to do anything about it. Gotta step up and show them your serious.
LOL. Yes. People who think that cops acting within their rights after warning someone to do something four times may be understandable, even if they wouldn't have done the same thing - that's the same thing as arresting the Vietnam protestors, right? I'm right there telling Rosa Parks to get to the back of the bus. Your rhetoric is ridiculous. I never said they did the right thing, just that I get why they were possibly frustrated and escalated.
You're getting in the way of the jock sniffers on this board...
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