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Topic: TNET: K'Von Wallace: Team leader likes being the underdog, takes Booth under his wing
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TNET: K'Von Wallace: Team leader likes being the underdog, takes Booth under his wing

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Posted: Oct 25, 2019 8:09 AM
 

 
K'Von Wallace: Team leader likes being the underdog, takes Booth under his wing

Members of the media are fixated on the Clemson offense and that unit’s alleged struggles. Meanwhile, the Clemson defense continues to dominate the opposition. Full Story »



Re: TNET: K'Von Wallace: Team leader likes being the underdog, takes Booth under his wing


Posted: Oct 25, 2019 9:11 AM
 

WELL, if you want to be, and expect to be a starter, Booth will surely have to get his priorities in order, bc he's not going to start or play in many games by punching out the opposing players in front of a full stadium of fans, and on live national TV!!!

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Booth will be fine. These types of scuffles happen at


Posted: Oct 25, 2019 10:31 AM
 

Practice all the time between teammates.

He’ll get it under control. I think the situation is way overblown by our panty waist society.

When I played high school ball the coaches would scream “let em finish” when a fight broke out at practice.

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Re: TNET: K'Von Wallace: Team leader likes being the underdog, takes Booth under his wing

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Posted: Oct 25, 2019 10:28 AM
 

The thing to take away from this is
1) You never know what a guy is going through (family, academics, football) unless you’re there.
2) Its already been handled. Just like Dabo throwing him off the field before the Ref could; the team leadership handled it too.
3) And the most intriguing part to me – look who is being interviewed about speaking with Booth. K’Von. Who did Dabo throw out of the FSU game the week before? K’Von. Even as a senior, he makes mistakes. He learns. And now he turns around and mentors his younger DB brother.

The system works.


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