The charges were dropped against Mo...yet the last I heard he was never allowed to finish his degree . I believe he was in his last few months. How about extending some grace to MO and let him get that diploma. If he has gone on and graduated elsewhere....that is fantastic.It sounds like this is the least of their concerns considering Mo Watson their former PG is writing a tell all book that is not so kind to Mcdermott or Creighton.
He's fortunate he didn't quote some Dr. Seuss books. All heck would have broken loose.
It's getting to the point where everything is offensive to someone sometime.
Terrible take.Didn't some Oklahoma State players try to get Mike Gundy fired for wearing an OAN t-shirt on a fishing trip 😆 ? I mean, this is worse than that. There were also a bunch of players who threatened Drew Brees for saying he believes in standing for the National Anthem to honor his dead Grandfathers. People will forget all about this when the next coach/player says something offensive.
I'm guessing Doc Sadler is pretty happy he's not a head coach anymore, the language he used in practices would probably get him canceled by the social justice crowd today.
I use the figurative expression “call a spade a spade” my whole life. Was talked to about my use of this “racist term”. Our younger HR person had no clue of the actual meaning of this expression. Sent her back to learn the actual meaning of the expression and never heard from her again.
Because the expression literally refers to a shovel. If people want to not offend they can tack on "and not a gardening tool", but a shovel is not racist and the phrase's origins date back to the 1500s ffs, 350+ years before spade was used as a derogatory term. At what point do we allow a word or phrase to be restored to its original benign context and stop projecting racism on people where none exists?Honest question, the word spade has some obviously negative usage. If it could offend someone, why insist on using it?