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I think they should be given a pat on the back for driving a Prius to an armed robbery. At least they are trying to save the planet.
So much for that perfect record.
After touting his program's 11 months without an arrest on Wednesday, UT coach Lane Kiffin saw that end with three at one time early this morning.
Janzen Jackson, Nu'Keese Richardson and Mike Edwards are all facing charges of armed robbery, and Kiffin's discipline will truly be put to the test now thanks to this incident report:
"The victims stated that a black male then approached, wearing a black hoodie, brandished a black semi-auto handgun, opened the drivers door and stated, 'Give me everything you have.' The victims stated that a black male then exited from the passenger side of the Prius, wearing a black hoodie, walked around to the front passenger door of their car, opened it, and stated, 'Give us everything you've got.'
"The victims stated that they all presented their wallets to the suspects and showed them that they did not have money. The victims stated that a third black male then approached and told the other two black males, "We've got to go." The victims then stated that the three got into the Prius and that it was last seen traveling southbound on Volunteer Blvd West.
" ... The victims positively identified Edwards and Richardson as the two who approached their vehicle and demanded everything."
Posted by Austin Ward on November 12, 2009 at 8:25 AM
Kiffin showed Nu'Keese Richardson that your word means nothing and that he should disrespect and lie to his high school coach. That is a bond a college coach should never ever touch.
Coach K. did a much finer job showing him how to disrespect authority than Meyer ever could have.
They are all four star recruits from the 2009 signing class. All Freshmen. One of them had on Tennessee Athletic Department gear, but I think that's Janzen Jackson, he has already been suspended a couple of times since he's been there. I think the charges against him may be dropped because he may have gotten in the car after the fact. He's hanging with the wrong crowd no doubt and hopefully this will be a wake up call for him. I bet his daddy is going to wake him up, I think he's a coach at Miami of Ohio.
You know 18 year-olds do stupid things, but never in my life did it occurred to me to walk up to people at a 7-11 in a Hyundai and attempt to rob them. At least look for a Cadillac!
I think the thing was that he wasn't with them when they did this, but afterwards. If he gets a pass this time, he better get his act together is what I'm saying. You live on the edge you're going to fall off.
If I was his father he would be getting a transfer to where I coached and I would be his constant companion, his nightmare.
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