Being a computer-phobe, coach Floyd still hasn’t seen video of Mayo’s incident. His only knowledge of Mayo’s ejection and the surrounding circus seems to be what we (the media) have told him. He said he hasn’t talked to Mayo, and that he trusts Mayo and his high school coach to work through the situation.
“He’s a visible athlete,” Floyd said. “I’m sure there will be a lot of chapters written through the years like there are with all great players. He’s a young guy. He’s going to have a myriad of experiences. With his coach, O.J. can handle this experience for sure. He’ll grow from it because he’s a very bright guy.”