Saturday, September 21, 2013

Poor Arian Foster

Arian Foster of the Houston Texans says that he accepted money on the side while at the University ofTennessee. He claims that he was a starving athlete because he didn't have money for food. That is this scumbag's side of the story. The other side of the story claims that Arian Foster that college athletes have access to a great spread of food. Basically there was more than enough food to go around.

Autographed Foster Picture - 8x10Poor Arian Foster. Poor little piece of garbage. Poor Arian for receiving a college education/scholarship worth tens of thousands of dollars. Poor Arian for allegedly having access to tons of food (but he was a starving football player). Poor Arian Foster for being able to showcase his football skills in college football and being rewarded by being drafted in the NFL and receiving millions of dollars.

Boy, we should feel really sorry for this worthless ingrate. Arian also took shots at the NCAA. He criticized the NCAA. He wants fans to think he was starving and didn't have money. Arian is a disgrace to sports. This is a guy who thinks he's entitled to everything.

A guy like this will never be grateful and appreciate everything that he's received. Sure he had to work hard. That's the American way but he has been rewarded handsomely for his efforts. How many of us receive the scholarship that this guy received?

How many of us were drafted into the NFL? How many of us receive millions of dollars a year? I think we know the answer to that question. It amazes me that people feel sorry for guys like Arian. I sure as heck don't feel sorry for him.

I loathe the guy. Without scholarships some college athletes probably wouldn't be able to afford college. They would be regular stiffs like me and you. I might be wrong but my guess is that Arian didn't get a scholarship to university because of his GPA. He must have received it for another reason. I wonder what that was.

Arian would like us to support paying college athletes. The average annual compensation per football player if the NCAA were to agree to that could be in the hundreds of thousands of dollars. So we should pay amateurs? We should pay college athletes? Something is wrong with that idea but that's just my opinion.

There are college students that we should feel sorry for. You know the ones; they are the people who take out tens of thousands of dollars in college loans and have to pay the loans back over many years. They pay it back from their measly paychecks.

Then you have poor Arian who received a free education and is making millions of dollars because he played college football. Poor Arian. Poor Arian. Poor Arian.

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