He's a 19 year old kid who just won a heisman and the national championship. I can see him being nervous of the attention. Maybe if McCarron could read plays better in english he could have seen the rush coming all night vs OU and been able to do something.
Although it may seem like I have an axe to grind not being a UNC fan, this is far from the truth. Knowing someone who took classes and was helped to be published by Nyang'oro, he assigned insanely long papers and expected quality work. He was a great professor in my friend's eyes (when he cared to be) and an extremely intelligent guy, but he made some mistakes with the athletes who hardly, if ever, attended class. Nyang'oro took a few too many days off as well it seemed.
Same friend was a cheerleader at Carolina and being friends with basketball/football players, often got their "study guides" for tests. Which were exact copies of the tests for multiple classes.
Granted, all of this from a message board "I know a guy who was there" post, so I understand it's taken with a grain of salt, but it's legit. That said, I saw and benefited from some of the same at State, when I would partner with athletes for group work and their tutors would turn in some quality work for us.
You know why i believe you? My friend is an NAIA athlete and he'll come back to his dorm and have 500dollar gift cards and poo.
Edit; Even in high school. (i played georgia 5a football and basketball) teachers would give you easy street if you can ball.
kickoffs at 35 must go...takes away one of the most exciting plays in the game.
defensless reciever hits...bs gone...you try to catch across the middle or jump you know yoir getting crushed. pussification of football
get rid of the rule the nfl created after we mandhandled phillys wrs in the playoffs
allow player celebrations to come back you damn no fun leauge
nail on head with this. so tired of constant touchbacks. So tired of seeing players fined for leading with their shoulder and incidental helmet contact. Fingers grazing a helmet drawing a 15 yard penalty on the QB.