Post Reply to McGraw's Bench
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He always was complementary when he's on the winning end by chezhdchick
It's when Muffet beats him that he turns into a raving douchebag. When she began winning regularly, he became a first class asshole. So, yeah. Fuck him. That comment he directed toward Skylar about "we've won seven championships, they've won one" was the most childish, douchiest load of crap I've ever heard. On top of the situation two years ago with Becca, where he outright LIED about what she said/did following that FF game. Since when does a coach/grown assed man, get into a war of words with student athletes? FEMALE student athletes, no less. That's a classic bully. And no one calls him out on it? Fuck you, paisan. A little too late to play nice now. You showed your true colors, already.
Thankfully, we have a coach who is classy, win or lose.