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Postby perlick29 » Tue Nov 29, 2005 1:08 pm

I wasn't at the last game but apparently someone thre something on the court. Then Cheney talked to the crowd saying, "you're endangering lives out there." Ironic choice of words.

But this is what ESPN chooses to show about us. Not that we'll be dancing kickin people's butts in the tourney in March, but that our coach team and fans are thugs. Shame on everyone involved. :-t

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Postby bronxxbomber » Tue Nov 29, 2005 1:32 pm

What happened?
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Postby acsguitar » Tue Nov 29, 2005 2:07 pm

Cheney looks like hes been dead for 12 years
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Postby davidmarver » Tue Nov 29, 2005 11:25 pm

bronxxbomber wrote:What happened?


Chaney has no regrets for admonishing fansAssociated Press


PHILADELPHIA -- John Chaney's raspy, booming, angry voice usually can be heard by fans in the cheap seats when he cusses out his Temple team about a turnover or sloppy play.

When he commandeered the public address microphone to scold his team's fans, Chaney's message was loud and clear to all: Stupid actions have consequences, and there are few things more reckless than throwing an object on the court.

After Mardy Collins' emphatic dunk in the final minute put the finishing touches on Temple's 73-56 win over Miami on Sunday, an object was tossed on the court, temporarily halting play and drawing the ire of Chaney -- whose outrageous comments and actions in the past have made him a focus of criticism.

The 73-year-old coach walked to the scorer's table, grabbed the mike and told the fans it wasn't Temple's way to be seen as "idiots."

"To endanger the lives of these kids is not our way," he said to a hushed crowd. "Always remember, stupid is forever. You can't change stupidity. So if somebody's sitting next to you, make them recognize that we do not allow that here at Temple."

Chaney said Monday he made his public rebuke because he was concerned about the safety of the players and he's grown tired of the increasingly bad behavior in all levels of sports.

"Our fans are normally good fans, very good fans," Chaney said. "We've gotten good reports on our fans for years. But it's a point in time when all of us should be responsible for making sure we guide the young people and make them understand what's right."

Chaney has a history of insufferable antics, most notably threatening to kill Massachusetts coach John Calipari during a postgame news conference in 1994. And it was only last season when Chaney was suspended after sending in a player to intentionally foul a Saint Joseph's player, who ended up with a broken arm.

"I might do a lot of dumb things, but I don't tolerate them," he said.

What really made Chaney angry Sunday was that no one pointed out the fan or fans responsible. While Chaney realizes he's had a few regrettable incidents stamped on his Hall of Fame career, he's proud that he's always held himself accountable for his actions.

"I've always made my commitment to show contrition whenever I made that mistake," he said. "Coaching sports, playing sports, sometimes you find yourselves doing wrong. Even when you see it and you know it's wrong, you ask for forgiveness and let people know you're sincere about it."

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Postby Madison » Wed Nov 30, 2005 8:49 am

I salute him for what he did. ;-D

You've got an idiot in the stands, no harm at all to publicly point out that he's an idiot and try to get the other kids to tell you which guy is the idiot.

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