Collegiate Coaches Join Forces to End Homelessness in California
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This development has also stimulated debate on the subject, something that should be positive in theory.
However, it does allow some folks with skin in the game to distract from the larger issue.
And by some folks, we of course are referring to college coaches.
Let's listen to Gonzaga head coach Mark Few talk around the subject:
"He should probably stay in his lane - like I tell my players - and figure out homelessness. I think he's got a state that borders Mexico, and get that mess figured out."@ZagMBB head coach Mark Few didn't hold back when discussing @GavinNewsom with our @GoodmanHoops. pic.twitter.com/afbWTJ6nsg— Stadium (@Stadium) October 8, 2019
If Coach Few wants to be taken seriously, perhaps he shouldn't co-op catch-phrases from LaVar Ball.
First of all, if not for this grandstanding politician, nothing would've happened in the first place and we'd still just be talking about this in the abstract.
Also, how exactly is California governor Gavin Newsom supposed to go about figuring out that mess in Mexico, or homelessness for that matter?
In this regard, Few sounds exactly like a politician, as he doesn't seem to be proposing any practical solutions to any issue.
Uncle Mike Leach also took a similar tact, albeit in a much more entertaining fashion:
Mike Leach has some THOUGHTS on the state of California trying to pass legislation to pay college athletes (Things get spicy after Leach, quite literally, sips his tea)— Brenna Greene (@BrennaGreene_) September 16, 2019
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