OK, maybe not worthy of a post but I didn't know where else to put it.
Apparently the Henderson brothers - you know, EJ and Erin of Maryland Terrapin fame - decided to donate a massive $20,000 to their old high school, Aberdeen, so that they could upgrade their scoreboard. The catch is they wanted the family name on the scoreboard.
The school board has a policy against naming public school facilities after donors or anyone else. So the Henderson's want their money back.
The problem I have with the Henderson's is this: You donate out of generosity and gratitude without expecting anything in return. This makes them look like ingrates and in my opinion shames the MD football program as well. What kind of student athletes are we teaching that can't get the concept of generosity?
These guys probably piss away ten grand a piece every week but they can't do something kind out of their own hearts to help the kids coming up in their shadows at their own alma mater?
If I can say anything positive about Edsal it is that I believe he would be up in their s#*t right now had he coached them.