'WE DONE SMOKED IT'
I try to keep the Clemmons bashing to a minimum on this blog. Mostly because the Tiggers manage to make themselves look bad enough without my help.
But sometimes ... well, sometimes ...
COLUMBIA, S.C. -- Clemson cornerback Duane Coleman apologized to his team Friday for a drug arrest that cost him the chance to play in the Gaylord Hotels Music City Bowl.
Coleman, a senior who started all 12 games, was suspended after his arrest on a marijuana possession charge. ...
When asked by police if there were any drugs or weapons in the car, Coleman responded, "We done smoked it," according to a police incident report. Coleman then allowed police to search the vehicle, the report said.
Parents should be very, very alarmed about the quality of teaching at Clemmons.
But Coleman shouldn't worry. He has a bright future with the Miami Dolphins.