Here we find another difference between The Y and the city college. One seeks
All-American status, the other is focused on all conference status.
I don't blame Isaiah.I remember knowing that I had my last
season of football ahead of me, I just wanted to play, it was odd knowing that
I'd never suit up again. The guy just wants to play. Best of luck to his
new team and I hope he has a fantastic senior year!
Well done players and coaches, now if we can just turn this talent into a few
more wins next year.
"I'm looking at YOU "Jello is Good"! And "Abeille". And
"Dimp2". And "BigCougar". And "TJ". And
"cks289no". And "4601". And "WalkerTexas Ranger".
Haha!You can stop looking Vet. Joke is on YOU! I have never
written about Isaiah Armstrong. He didn't play for "my" team. Haha!
Congrats to the kids graduating period, with a special kudos to the young men
who earned a degree before their athlete eligibility clock ran down. That
said the ability to leave for another program without waiting out for a year is
creating chaos for the schools losing key players as well as the players
themselves. The NCAA likely thought that the freedom to move on would be seldom
used, that's not the case. Athletes with some idea where they could be
welcomed is fine, but some end up scrambling to find a playing spot with a free
scholarship to pay tuition, food and housing ending up worse off than they were
Best wishes, Isaiah. Good luck in your future endeavors.
Congrats to Empey, I'll miss seeing Holker on the field for us, and I
didn't know we had a player named Isaiah Armstrong. After looking up his
stats, I can see why.
Good luck Isaiah on finding a great fit for your Senior season.