| NEWS Eyabi Anoma has been kicked off the Houston football team (violation of team rules.)

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Expelled from Bama, booted from Houston ... whew.
 

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I had no idea that's where he went and why in the world Houston?
 

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Word is he flunked out. Remember that he left Alabama and went to Houston to be closer to his sick grandmother in Maryland.
 

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This kid does not want to go to college. Alabama made the right decision. A while back Saban said that any kids that transfer from Alabama in not a good stand typically does not do well at other colleges.
 

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Wow, unbelievable. I hate seeing this. Was hoping he'd get away from all that bad crap in his hometown, but appears he may just be another story of wasted talent. Just awful.
 

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Skipping class. Insubordination. Fighting with teammates. Did these characteristics first surface in college? You’d think he’d have some sort of history of problems before college. Damaged goods. Sad for the kid, he had/has a ton of talent.
 

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Some just don't know how to handle anything.
 

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As is said."you can take the dog outtathe fight...but not the fight outta the dog"
The fight being ...the nature
 

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He might get one more season of playing in before his eligibility ends. If he tries to go to another FBS school, he'll have to sit out for another year. His best bet right now is to go to JC, graduate (although he can't have too many credits accumulated if he was thrown out of Alabama and Houston for not attending class) and then go to an FBS school. Does the XFL need an edge rusher?
 

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XFL would be his only current option. They do not have near the eligibility requirements the NFL and others do. And they would love a story to try to get the media coverage. "Poor kid was given up on by two schools but did well in the XFL". More kids who might not fit the college mold should come play fo r us. And if he fails there then they get to say at least they tried.
 
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If a player can't do anything that is required off the field then why in the hell would you think they could be coached to do what is required on the field. The guy might have ability but he has no character and those folks with no character ain't going to help you when thing become difficult. Nick had to have known this guy was a problem when he signed him but with 25 spots you can take a chance on talent hoping to change their direction. He made a mistake with this guy. More Character and Less Characters needed.
 

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He was a freshman in 2018 at Alabama, sat out 2019 in Houston. Would be. rSoph 2020 and eligible for draft after this coming 2020 season which is the 2021 draft.

regardless, I was being sarcastic... kid isn’t going anywhere if he can’t get his priorities in line.
 
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Coach Bryant...…….“The biggest mistake coaches make is taking borderline cases and trying to save them. I’m not talking about grades now, I’m talking about character. I want to know before a boy enrolls about his home life, and what his parents want him to be.”
 

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