- Aug 11, 2015
Why do you constantly say that? EVERY SINGLE PERSON ON HERE HAS SAID MNW WAS WRONG... that doesnt make what he said (PERIOD)acceptable. I dont wanna hear the nonsense of what he meant to say. Reality is what he did say. Deleting it immediately after doesnt excuse shyt. He was dead wrong to involve those kids in his problem with the school. The school was dead wrong for how they handled the situation as well. For whatever reason you've decided to champion this causeI had a long write up in response to this...but its unnecessary.
Straight up...if MNW did that to a University staffer that came by to watch kids, evaluate them, and talk to them on a coaches invite...that University likely never shows up to MNW again until there is a staff change and that is ultimately only hurting the kids.
Just because this now includes Andrew Ivins who is a rep from a third party, people want to lay blame across the board. No thanks. Andrew Ivins isn't there for the coaches or the AD or even the school. He's there for the kids and the service his company provides is that for the kids (and those that consume the content in this niche). MNW doing anything that impedes their student athletes from getting the free (to them) publicity and evaluation, puts them in the wrong.
Not my business. But stop each statement parroting out the whole agenda notion. At that point you've adopted an agenda as well. Honestly I give two shits about mnw or ivins. But as his job description entails reviewing athletes professionally and painting a picture for readers he needs to be held to a higher standard.