Kirk Ferentz labeled racist

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BillBrasky4Cy

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I just don't see a scenario where Kirk is the head coach this season after the most recent victim statement
Iowa is gonna drag this thing out and let him go out out on his own terms after the season is over. Yep, the guy who has ran a racist program is going to get to do a victory lap. Mark my words, this will happen.
 

BillBrasky4Cy

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He would be better to put everything he has out in the media right now.

once the review comes back, all Iowa will say is that there is no comment and that investigation is done and didn’t find anything fireable enough in their eyes.
If Iowa comes out and says that everything is hunky dory the national media is gonna have a field day. I can guarantee you there is more to come from RTG and they are sitting on more just waiting for Iowa to try to deflect.
 

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Real professional.


"Hopefully you'll expect my offer."
What's not professional is the Iowa media trying to portray him as some sort of fraud, when they have failed to even speak up or out about this issue. Why would he want to go into an interview where it's basically a set up to try and attack him? He was giving his rules. Go to his website and read about what he's done since you think he's some sort of snake oil salesman. You're doing exactly what the Iowa media, that burner account, and the majority of fans are doing. You guys did this to some of the players too. Completely rip apart their credibility and then say they shouldn't be listened to.
 

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Iowa is gonna drag this thing out and let him go out out on his own terms after the season is over. Yep, the guy who has ran a racist program is going to get to do a victory lap. Mark my words, this will happen.
Would agree this is the most probable outcome, although the victory lap will be absent of the familiar 'class' descriptor.
 

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What's not professional is the Iowa media trying to portray him as some sort of fraud, when they have failed to even speak up or out about this issue. Why would he want to go into an interview where it's basically a set up to try and attack him? He was giving his rules. Go to his website and read about what he's done since you think he's some sort of snake oil salesman. You're doing exactly what the Iowa media, that burner account, and the majority of fans are doing. You guys did this to some of the players too. Completely rip apart their credibility and then say they shouldn't be listened to.
How is the Iowa media trying to portray him as a fraud? He sent those to the Quad Cities ESPN Radio host and then later posted that this person never contacted him for an interview.

 

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The game plan for Iowa fans and their media has changed. It was first to discredit the accusers that brought forth the worst accusations based on their past. When Flemming's story came out and they could no longer do that. They are now switching to attacking Robert T. Green. They're trying to discredit him by saying he doesn't have a big enough following on social media to do what he's doing. They're saying he wants to take an eye from Iowa because it'll help him make money. It's fu***** sad.
 

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How is the Iowa media trying to portray him as a fraud? He sent those to the Quad Cities ESPN Radio host and then later posted that this person never contacted him for an interview.

And he clearly said in his messages that due to them not being friends on Facebook, the message he sent Robert was in his spam folder and he did not see it. The QC guy is trying to prove he reached out to him, but sending a message that never gets to someone is not reaching out.
 

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What's not professional is the Iowa media trying to portray him as some sort of fraud, when they have failed to even speak up or out about this issue. Why would he want to go into an interview where it's basically a set up to try and attack him? He was giving his rules. Go to his website and read about what he's done since you think he's some sort of snake oil salesman. You're doing exactly what the Iowa media, that burner account, and the majority of fans are doing. You guys did this to some of the players too. Completely rip apart their credibility and then say they shouldn't be listened to.
Here is what he has on his site for Rahsan Gary, tell me which of these would RTG be responsible for on Gary's resume.

#1 Defensive Player in the state of NJ (Jr, Sr)
Academic Honors Awards (Fr, Soph, Jr, Sr)
Bobby Dodd National Lineman of the Year
ESPN | Scout | Rival
2nd Ever Unanimous Overall #1 High School Recruit in America
1st Team All-Big Ten Football (Soph, Jr)
All-Academic Big Ten (Soph, Jr)

2019 NFL First Round Pick of the Green Bay Packers #12 Overall. (Highest Packer pick since 2009)

1st athlete ever to produce a video announcement on entering the NFL Draft, leading to several Power 5 Universities and athletes following his lead.

1st athlete ever in Sports History to be drafted representing himself through his own agency.

Both were Featured on Amazon Prime Series “All of Nothing” The Michigan Wolverines “2017”

Rashan is the Fastest Player over 275 lbs in the history of the NFL Combine running a 4.58 40 at 277 pounds

Rashan featured on NFL Premier College Path to the Draft Documentary Series “2019 #DestinationNashville”

CEO and President of Rashan Gary Sports (Rashan & Jennifer)

https://pre-postgame.com/about-1
 

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This doesn't really appear to be his specialty so curious why he is involved. Legal representation would have been my first step.
Being as though you know what it is like to be a black college athlete and all...jfc. You never stop coming across as an arrogant prick.
 

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Here is what he has on his site for Rahsan Gary, tell me which of these would RTG be responsible for on Gary's resume.

#1 Defensive Player in the state of NJ (Jr, Sr)
Academic Honors Awards (Fr, Soph, Jr, Sr)
Bobby Dodd National Lineman of the Year
ESPN | Scout | Rival
2nd Ever Unanimous Overall #1 High School Recruit in America
1st Team All-Big Ten Football (Soph, Jr)
All-Academic Big Ten (Soph, Jr)

2019 NFL First Round Pick of the Green Bay Packers #12 Overall. (Highest Packer pick since 2009)

1st athlete ever to produce a video announcement on entering the NFL Draft, leading to several Power 5 Universities and athletes following his lead.

1st athlete ever in Sports History to be drafted representing himself through his own agency.

Both were Featured on Amazon Prime Series “All of Nothing” The Michigan Wolverines “2017”

Rashan is the Fastest Player over 275 lbs in the history of the NFL Combine running a 4.58 40 at 277 pounds

Rashan featured on NFL Premier College Path to the Draft Documentary Series “2019 #DestinationNashville”

CEO and President of Rashan Gary Sports (Rashan & Jennifer)

https://pre-postgame.com/about-1
You wasted typing all of that for literally nothing. I don't even know what you were trying to prove there. Robert T. Green listed that as that guy's resume not his own. He was just showing that's who he's done business / represented. Honestly what are you trying to prove here? How does this somehow prove the innocence of any single one of the coaches involved? How does this discredit any of the player's stories?

It doesn't. This is another textbook defense mechanism that those being accused use to try and shift the focus. "Don't look at these allegations, look at how unprofessional this guy is".
 

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Being as though you know what it is like to be a black college athlete and all...jfc. You never stop coming across as an arrogant prick.
I don't think people know how much money court costs are when you're going up against a University that will spend millions of dollars to cover their ass if they have to.
 

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If Iowa comes out and says that everything is hunky dory the national media is gonna have a field day. I can guarantee you there is more to come from RTG and they are sitting on more just waiting for Iowa to try to deflect.
Who in the national media has really covered this besides a few tweets or basic articles. I haven’t seen this get any traction on national radio shows or anything.