He says that he wasn’t educated enough and that’s fair. But it took you four years and now when there’s no consequence, nothing to lose, you kneel. It’s late. Thank God for growth but he could’ve really helped Kaepernick’s cause back then. That man lost his job. Context.
I’ll preface this by saying that in 1991, the NCAA made a “20 hour rule” to protect student athletes safe from abuse by universities. AFTG,,,, totally ignored this rule and the Raven’s practice schedule is a really, really extreme version of why this stuff is in place.
Okay so - First things first, this 7 hours of practice a day bullshit - Hahahahaha yeah fuck no -7 × 7 is 49 - 49 is wayy greater than 20 - So instead, they have 2 hours of practice a day - Exy games are an hour and ¾ - and since scrimmages count towards the time for the week - you better bet that on scrimmage days they warm up and do the scrimmage -and then get pointers really really fast - and then hightail it out of there - cause mandated time on the court? - THAT COUNTS - they. they can’t have mandatory summer practices - tho I think Nora did actually avoid that - they can have a preseason - but practices during summer break when it counts as “offseason”? - nopity nope nope no - Wymack waits until the next day to go over shit from competition because he’s nice - but also because he has to wait - athletics meetings with the coach that are mandatory count and no countable activities can occur post- competition - mandatory viewing of exy games? - yes, that counts - so everyone watching UT matches with coach? - not a thing, my dude, not manditorily anyway - I don’t even know how to address the mess of “Neil watching shit while everyone practices” - it…. might? be okay? - but it might not - would it count double???? - it isn’t voluntary - aaaaaaa I have math problems with it - you can bet that Kevin’s coaching contract ends at the end of the season and does. not. extend. - because practice working on skills with a member of the coaching staff? - fuck yeah that counts bayyybeee - they do not have team meetings on the court. ever. that would take their time - they have a day off, they have to - they only get 8 hours out of season - soooo thats like - an hour every day - and a scrimmage once a week - also they have to have practice logs - and Kevin HATES them - its just so much work and he. - doesn’t want to - nobody likes them but Kevin? - he actively detests them - anyway what im saying is that Kevin holds a lot more self-coached practices
Brazil has set up its Olympic training camp in Rio … Rio Maior that is, a relatively small Portuguese city of 21,000 residents outside Lisbon.
Brazil’s Olympic committee feared its team would lag before the Tokyo Games next year after months of inactivity at home. So since mid-July, 72 high-performance swimmers, judokas, boxers and gymnasts have been training at the Rio Maior Sports Center to try to catch up to rivals who started earlier.
Altogether, the camp involves more than 100 Brazilians, all of whom had to test negative for the coronavirus before leaving home, and on arriving in Portugal. It was timed so they could get started last Thursday, exactly one year out from the Olympics.
The camp will eventually feature more than 200 Brazilian athletes and staffers in 16 sports until December.