“I want people to understand I’m not some dumb jock pothead,” he told Jones. “I’m intelligent. I love the people who help me, I love my family, I love my support group. I love football. I love winning. And I don’t want to be labeled as some bust that couldn’t make it because he smoked. And I won’t be labeled as that.
But you are, clearly you have an issue with it.
It’s illegal, society had rules & laws.
But you’re intelligent, so make your choices.
NCAA football coach Bo Pelini was a staunch opponent of marijuana use, so much that during his final appearance at the Big Red Breakfast last August, he launched into a critique of its prevalence.
“Let’s face it, it’s not OK,” Pelini said. “I think everybody that’s our age, my age, hopefully understands that it’s not OK. It’s not good. It’s not good for you. And these kids do it on a daily basis and a yearly basis … and it’s a real problem out there.
“Fortunately for us it is not (an issue) in our program. But I can tell you around college football and college athletics … serious in college. I guarantee you walk into dorms nowadays and it is a horrible problem.”