Georgia Plays Clemson in 18 Weeks: Here’s Your Weekly Clemson Bashing


Last week I told you about the founding of Clemson University.  Today I’m going to tell you about something much more recent.

Last night former Clemson wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins was drafted 27th overall by the Houston Texans (read all about it on my once-live blog).  What’s so bad about that?  Nothing considering just a few weeks ago he was allegedly pooping all over an Indianapolis hotel room.

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Hopkins and his roommate for the NFL Combine, Rutgers receiver Mark Harrison, were said to have left the room in a state of disarray.  National Football Scouting president Jeff Foster, the dude in charge of the NFL Combine (sweet gig), offered the following description:

I can confirm that a room was left in an inappropriate condition and we’re disappointed by both players who occupied the room.  here was no material damage to the room; otherwise we would be pursuing further action and really be trying to get to the bottom of the situation. It’s just very disappointing, and the people we feel the worst for are the people at the Crowne Plaza who had to clean it up.

Sounds almost laughable, right?  Well it’s all fun and games until some one pees and poops all over the place and covers a mirror in toothpaste.  Dan Pompei of The National Football Post weighed in:

NFL teams still were trying to find out about an incident in which a hotel room at the combine was trashed, apparently by two players who were staying there. One of the players is a potential first round draft pick, and the incident could affect both players’ stock. Front office men hoped to speak with one of the players about it at his pro day, but the player curiously made himself unavailable to talk.

You stay classy, PeeAndre Hopkins.

That’s all I got/

Andrew

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Posted on April 26, 2013, in Blog, Georgia Bulldogs, SEC and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 17 Comments.

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