Guy Morriss Lauds Players For Information Suppression

If the coaching career of Texas A&M-Commerce head football coach Guy Morriss falls apart, and it very well might, the guy looks to have a bright future as an autocrat of a developing nation. He's already cracking down on freedoms of the press like a iron-fisted despot whose family has been ruling a country for several generations. ↵

↵When the East Texan, the campus paper at Texas A&M-Commerce, reported two weeks ago on the drug arrests of two of Morriss' players, two of their teammates were caught on camera going around the campus stealing copies of the paper so that people would not see the story. In most cases, this would be where the coach reprimanded the students for behavior unbecoming of collegiate athletes. Nope! ↵

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↵⇥"I am proud of my players for doing that," said coach Guy Morriss. "This was the best team building exercise we have ever done." ↵
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↵Next team building exercise: passing out propaganda pamphlets and executing members of the resistance! ↵

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↵What's up now, Morriss? I'm writing negative things about you on the Internet. I'd like to see your players stop me. What're you gonna do? Steal all the computers in the world? I'd like to see you try that. Hey - what's this guy doing with my monitor? ↵

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This post originally appeared on the Sporting Blog. For more, see The Sporting Blog Archives.

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