Tyjon Lindsey health..

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  1. FrostedScottyOs

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    I follow recruits on twitter, just so I can see what they are saying about visits and teams, but I will never tweet at them or anything like that. I feel its a good source of info and getting a feel for which way a recruit might be leaning.
     
  2. Husker.Wed.

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    I don't have a Twitter account. Probably because I don't have a smart phone that includes the cost of a data plan. i don't buy $5 gourmet coffee. I eat in restaurants like once a month, if that. I drive a 14-year-old car and nurse a 25-year-old Harley. I am in my late 50s. I would no more bash someone for being on Twitter, than I would expect someone to bash me for the way I live or my age. Society works better when people are tolerant.
     
  3. Jimmy Frank

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    I had a twitter account before phones got smart.
     
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    Did they even actually get smart? Mine seems pretty dumb..
     
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  5. Yolobomb

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    User error.


    Jk
     
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  6. NorthWillRiseAgain

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    Urban?
     
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  7. NorthWillRiseAgain

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    Most weren’t being “tolerant” when they were called creepy for having Twitter.

    Should also say I agree with you.
     
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  8. inWV

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    Very evolved thinking, in an old school, "golden rule" type of way.
     
  9. Huskercigar

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    Hey..........up that Harley Buddy. :)
     
  10. barney44

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    Lol, that is highly likely..
     
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    Oh yeah, well screw you buddy.

    (/s)
     
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  12. bleed husker red

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    I thought Twitter was the dumbest thing ever invented, however if you follow the right people or organizations you can get a steady stream of information or news that is important to you.

    I love it to keep up on news, sports or otherwise. I stay off the Twitter feed of recruits and players, because I find that immature and a waste of time.
     
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  13. davecisar

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    This may have some legs
    And why NU is still on more WRs at this late date
    Im uping my class size prediction from 23-24 to 25
    NU is at 19 now and seems to still be closing hard on multiple kids at a variety of positions while still making some late hard runs for kids NU offered early and had thought to have cooled on
    These guys are showing up 2-3, 6 at a time in some cases
    WOuldnt be surprised if NU took 1 LB- even 2
    then:
    1 S
    1 RB
    1 WR
    1 CB
    1 OL

    Which would put us at 25
     
  14. williepoos

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    tyjon probably has a cold.
    i hope its nothing worse
    he has always spent his life and all his drama on twitter
    social media makes our kids attention whores
     
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    So after 4 years and 5 months of lurking, this is what you go with for a first post.
     
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    "who is more foolish, the fool or the fool that follows him?"
     
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    Who needs opposing fans when your team's players have your support?
     
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    I heard on 1620thezone that he was out of shape and hurting from the workouts. Heard he pulled a muscle or something, no more than that.
     
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    That was honestly my first thought too. Many players from UCF have commented how hard the first month was when Frost got there. I even believe a few left the program because they couldn't cut it.
     
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  20. husker2612

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    It isn't like people are peeping through recruits windows at night. It is twitter, what you mentioned are basically the sole purpose of what twitter was created for. These recruits join and a literally begging for people and fans to follow them. If they didn't want the attention they can easily not be on it. As long as fans are respectful there is no problem with it.
     
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  21. bigboxes

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    Just be yourself. Pushing tolerance is a good thing. :)
     
  22. bubba945

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    He was hospitalized. Liver issue related to over training/muscle breakdown. Somewhat serious. One other player was hospitalized as well.
    rhabdomyolysis is the diagnosis I believe
     
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  23. jlb321

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    I believe this was the same issue (rhabdo) that landed those Iowa players in the hospital and on dialysis. Hope this is an isolated incident
     
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  24. Hoosker Du

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    Thankfully It's not this...
    Uromysitisis poisoning – (related terms: urinator) 1. a very serious urinating condition one has no control over 2. especially while in parking garages 3. Doctors recommend that one just relieve themselves or death is a possibility 4) quote: “Do you think I enjoy living like this?…the shame, the humiliation…You know I have been issued a public urination pass by the city because of my condition.”
     
  25. huskerwa

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    Rhabdo sounds right. It is most common in Crossfit type workouts.
     
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  26. Riley_the_Crutch

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    I remember a kid knocking a Wisconsin defender on his ass way down the field springing Morgan for a TD. You asswipes that crap on these kids need to get over yourselves.
     
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  27. Riley_the_Crutch

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    Wrong, as normal
     
  28. Riley_the_Crutch

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    I have that. Couldn't find my car in time and my damn goldfish died as well!
     
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  29. headcard

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    Dam, sounds pretty rough. Hope he has a quick recovery.
     
  30. Husker.Wed.

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    Some of the nicest people you would ever want to meet turn into real nasty people when they get behind their keyboards in the privacy of their homes.
     
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    Ex-Iowa Player Sues over Rhabdo Effects

    Part of the article:

    It became a major story at the time, sparking a university investigation that concluded a squat-lifting workout caused the condition but that Iowa's strength and conditioning staff didn't intend to punish players with the regimen, which had been conducted before without medical problems. The school found no wrongdoing among trainers, coaches or players and recommended that the football strength and conditioning staff abandon the workout, which it has.
    The lawsuit part:

    Lowe alleges in his lawsuit that he and others reported "substantial leg pain and stiffness as well as abnormally dark urine" after that workout and fatigue that was atypical. Despite such reports, Lowe says he and the others were required to participate in a mandatory intensive workout the next day focusing on their upper-body muscles.

    After taking the weekend off, players had another mandatory workout Jan. 24. Within hours, Lowe and others started showing up at the hospital and were diagnosed with rhabdomyolysis.

    Lowe says he was released from the hospital Feb. 2, but he still suffered from weight loss, pain in his lower back and legs, headaches and high blood pressure over the next several months. The 24-year-old says he suffered mental and physical pain and anguish that has required ongoing expenses for medical care, therapy, drugs and other treatment.

    "The injuries and damages sustained by Plaintiff William Lowe ... arose from the same general types of danger that Defendant should have avoided through safe and proper athletic training and supervision," Lowe's lawsuit reads.
    Doesn't sound good no matter how you spin it, especially if it can affect the person long-term. Hope Lindsay and the other player fully recover.
     
  32. spinner4

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    I've had Rhabdo. Got it the day of the NU vs Indiana game last year. I had to stay in the hospital for a week and took about another month to really get my legs right. Mine was extrem and they were basically giving me morphine shots constantly. If he truly has Rhabdo, he's in the hospital then.
     
  33. bigscarlet

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    I think in rhabdomyolysis, the kidneys are involved as they attempt to filter out the broken down muscle proteins, which precipitate in the microscopic nephrons (blood filters) and can seriously damage the kidneys.

    Yes, this can, obviously, be very serious and Duval and the trainers must, obviously, be very careful.
     
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  34. bigscarlet

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    By the way, I believe in some cases, it can be serious enough to lead to kidney failure.
     
  35. huskerwa

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    Sooo...basically, Tyjon is pushing himself hard. The strength and conditioning staff is pushing hard. Don't judge the kids heart or want-to...and yes, the staff needs to be cautious, as well.
     
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    But he's soft because the last staff recruited him, and he was highly rated. Didn't you get the memo? It's how the borderline racist rednecks operate around these parts.
     
  37. BigBL87

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    Maybe I missed something, but when did race enter into it?
     
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    Last sentence of post 76.
     
  39. spinner4

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    So many things can cause Rhabdo. Unfortunately I know a lot about it having had it. With me, it wasn’t all caused by a hard work or “pushing myself” too hard. Mine was caused more due to what I did after my workout and you’d be surprise that’s in a lot of cases. Not hydrating after a heavy workout could be the cause of Rhabdo just as much (if not more) then “being pushed or pushing yourself too much”.
     
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  40. bigscarlet

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    I believe it can, also, be a rare side effect in some patients of statin drugs used to lower blood cholesterol. That can be pretty painful. I know my brother had a lot of pain on statins.
     

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