Ed Orgeron Sighting

PARKER.ORGERONFormer USC coach Ed Orgeron is at the U.S. Army National Combine in San Antonio watching his son, Parker, who is a wide receiver for the Class of 2016.

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  • https://www.facebook.com/charles.bucket.3 Charlie Bucket

    wolfman you are delivering more Sweeeeet Scoops than a Good Humor Man in the summertime!!!

    and yet you still have time for all those cheerleaders/broadcasters…e.g. Erin Andrews, Phlugraff (sic)???

    what’s your secret??? the Cadre WANTS to know!!!!

    • TrojanFan3.0

      You keep stroking the ego and the skin is going to fall off, Mr. Pathetic!

    • Helen

      Did you read a lot Dr. Seuss as a child?

  • https://www.facebook.com/charles.bucket.3 Charlie Bucket

    you’ve done MORE than your share of scoops today, wolfman, now take a KNEE, i GOT THIS!!

    “UCLA coach Jim Mora withdrew from considerations for #Texas vacancy. Per source. Mora’s family loves LA set-up” CBS Sports
    9:25 AM – 3 Jan 2014

    oh, Chucker-Bucker, you’ve done it AGAIN!!!!!!

    • TrojanFan3.0

      Wrong blog! If you’re looking for some support try wang’s blog or add a jockstrap

      Any luck with the insomnia?

  • rusoviet

    I get the reason for the human interest angle but does Ed’s son have any ranking? If anything the ‘dustup’ last month eliminates any issue of Parker Orgeron playing for Troy.on a scholarship or otherwise.

    I wouldn’t put it past Mark Wahlberg’s doppleganger to offer one seeing how he has so many slots yet to fill –

  • rusoviet

    Hey anyone seen the article in today’s LA Times on the UCLA player, Nick Pasquale, who died in September down in San Clemente? One admires the commitment made by the school but, in typical Plaschke fashion, there is this bouquet of a ‘rehearsed’ drama squeezing out (what?) an extra pound of ‘angst’ for a self-destructive foolish decision that resulted in his demise and per Plaschke the maestro in charge is all Mora

    Before the expected avalanche of troll posts of my inhumanity understand this is what is increasingly screwed up in the USA. There is sorrow for this incident but there is nothing noble in this mess. The deceased brought this on himself and BTW if you read the excess bel-air tech put into ‘recognizing him’ at the Sun Bowl you’d think a head-of-state died in glory instead of kid who got liquored up and then what, suicide by car?.

    • marvgoux1

      Really, you need to drop this. We lost our kicker Mario Danelo in a simlar tragic circumstance involving alcohol on a bluff in San Pedro. Let it go.

      • FightON

        Really, I’m kind of sick of your presence on this blog. It’s nice that you don’t pop in much because half the time it’s to talk crap about Trojans, who you supposedly support.

        You actually would probably like the article. I think Plaschke would be much nicer than I am about it.

        Pasquale’s mom claims she has something to be proud of: she taught her boy not to drink and drive (this actually became a positive Mora highlighted). Maybe college programs, especially the football programs, need to have better alcohol education besides the mandatory class incoming students must take. A .26 is nearing fatal alcohol levels (which is around a .30). Let’s be honest: the kids get drinking problems when they go to college. Kids do stupid things – let’s not glorify it.

        • ProbationU

          Excellent points regarding alcohol and college life. Alcohol is a huge problem at all campuses involving a lot more than athletes. Most accidents, alleged rapes and other acts of violence on campuses can be traced to alcohol. I am sure most of us have made poor decisions while drinking. For someone to act is if Pasquale “deserved: to die or that a young man’s death is somehow less tragic because of those circumstances shows a lack of empathy.

          • FightON

            I don’t know if anyone said he deserves it, I just think the point is the conversation should be more about prevention. Is that realistic? Probably not. Alcohol and college (and kids finding freedom from parents) have always been a potent combination.

            I know about three or four years ago there was mandatory alcohol classes for anyone entering USC (other colleges in the area participated as well). I know some people blew it off, but USC has had to get serious. There have been more deaths than usual.

            There’s always the stupidity that leads to the horrific – we had a girl impale herself when she fell out of a window drunk and onto a fence (she’s alive). However, there have been more instances lately. We had the kid fall six stories (he’s alive to my knowledge), one of my classmate’s roommates fell and died while in Cancun, a student this semester found dead in his apartment due to alcohol poisoning, etc. I recall dozens going out with alcohol poisoning my first semester there (this is a constant story). That’s why the frat parties have been restricted.

          • Joe Blow

            You da man!

          • FMUSC81

            or women!!

          • rusoviet

            FO – all this guy (probejomomma) wants to do is monitor how we’re supposed to think and post. That’s all he does – he’s a screw who loves to be the contrarian. He’s a screw, a louse, a libtard from the Palisades.

            I know one thing if another school had an incident like this and their HC went on to name an award after such an awful decision probejomomma would be ‘on it’ as logically what it is – idiocy plain idiocy!

          • FightON

            I agree with what you’ve said on the manner, but no one in the media will touch it with a ten foot pole. Expect the trolls to freak out on this later tonight.

          • ProbationU

            If expressing an opinion is telling people how to think, then you have several loose screws. This isn’t the former USSR. And if you think the kid “brought this upon himself” then countless kids on campuses across the country are bringing it on themselves and others. It doesn’t make him anything other than a fairly typical college student in that regard.

            They aren’t honoring him because of the way he died. They are honoring him because of they way he played on the scout team and he was a beloved teammate and his death is no less tragic because of a bad decision. He was 20 years old. So, if you want to split hairs between “he brought this on himself” and “he deserved it” then so be it.

            And as far as libtard from the Palisades…well…you know nothing about me or where I am from. Figure out where to place your assumptions…probably where you proctologist can only find them.

          • rusoviet

            Yeah you’re right re. my knowledge of you as well as the location of my assumptions. Now having admitted that “go blank yourself!”

          • rusoviet

            Gee here’s the voice of reason – look boyo I didn’t say he deserved to die but I did say “He brought this on himself” and he did.

            From the very beginning of the article to the end it’s all about Mora – whether Plaschke meant to note that or not it’s there. Mora telling the parents what to do – how to speak – Mora breaking through the ranks of media. They named a special teams award for this kid – man how about tamping it back a little and using this as what it was a complete ‘blank’ up by him – no let’s name an award because Pasquale’s efforts resulted in ….what?

            I agree all of us have done something that we are awfully glad didn’t result in a final end but to name an award? That is nuts! It really defies logic. Pasquale is to be thanked for one thing – he didn’t cause those drivers who hit him to also join him either in eternity or seriously maimed.

        • Gollum-Wolf

          Excellent points, ruso and FO. Don’t worry about marv/godouche22/Trojan Reach Around – this sad sack is merely an appendage of Gargamel who routinely misses the point.

      • Joe Blow

        I agree with FightOn. Totally different deal

    • FightON

      Sort of more off topic, but I enjoyed Plaschke’s article on UCLA’s Ekbatani and his girlfriend Tennant. Sounds like Ekbatani was not drunk and had a horrific accident.

      • Joe Blow

        Horrible accident, but don’t make a hero out of a drunk

      • rusoviet

        That is an excellent article – two kids who found each other from opposite schools after both had graduated. Best was Ekbatani being friends with Tim Tessalone – he got them hooked up and voila!

    • weisberg

      Ignoramus.

    • Joe Blow

      I saw it. Too bad for the kid……BUT to make a hero out of a kid that was drunk is a joke.

  • FightON

    But, where in the world is Lane Kiffin? Forget Carmen Sandiego…

  • Joe Blow

    Hope he’s not as big a pu$$ as daddy

    • Saul Goodman

      You and CEO alone in a room, somehow I feel confident he’s going to get the better of you. Call it a hunch

      • Joe Blow

        Like you and your wife, he’d be on his knees.

  • FightON

    Another thing: are those USC sweats Parker is wearing?

  • bruin Rob

    Make us not forget the case of “Super Mario” Danelo. Remeber he was the Captain of the USC High Diving Team.
    They told him not to the triple liindy off the point Fermin!
    o ♪ ♪ ♪
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    WWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW

    ***Game Over*** hahahahahahahahahaha

  • bruin Rob

    Remember the missing Mario formation?
    What a joke! Glorigying his drunking suicide. Great Role Model! and don’t forget the ugly internet rumors about why he threw his liitle coward butt off of the high dive! Too ugly to mention here.