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I suggest that you read the dictionary with regard to the words that I used. The definitions are as follows for you to review. Translation for you; dastardly yields Cowardly; demonic relating to the devil which is appropriate for what PSU did. I tried to think of stronger words but could not get a better description for what Morris did. My words were certainly not extravagant. They were accurate. You are trying to defend the indefensible.
Webster’s own definitions:Definition of HYPERBOLE: extravagant exaggeration (as “mile-high ice-cream cones”)Definition of DASTARDLY1: cowardly 2: characterized by underhandedness or treachery <a dastardly attack> <a dastardly villain> Definition of DEMONIC: of, relating to, or suggestive of a demon : fiendish <demonic cruelty> <demonic laughter
1 year, 5 months ago on Spurrier Speaks, Morris Apologizes, And A Penn State Comparison That Does Make Some Sense
Actually I did read the piece. My point is and was that he should specifically apologize to all concerned. I think that it is impossible to un-ring the dastardly and demonic bell that he has rung, but that he could address each of the offended parties in a specific way. How would the State have felt if someone with USC affiliations had made reference to the owners or executives in that paper to the paper and that it was acting like a Penn State? That would have never been published I assure you. The whole article was Morris’ political spin which attempted to justify what he did which was unjustifiable. I suggest that you read the piece with a more sensitive approach to how the victimized party should be treated. I suppose that you are one of those who stand by your profession or by people who throw stones.
With Morris' comment re Penn State, he is slaming the integrity of the whole University, our President as well as the AD and the Board of Trustees. Alumni!! If I were in charge, I would not let Morris' back on campus or into any USC athletic event. If the other reporters decide to stay with this reporter, then so be it, that is their loss. I do not believe that the other reporters would stand for the kind of reporting that Morris does. Further, Morris needs to apologise to the whole Gamecock Nation.