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Texas Football’s junior safety B.J. Foster has reportedly QUIT THE TEAM DURING THE THIRD QUARTER of Saturday’s win against UTEP. No updates have been made on his future with the team, but head coach Tom Herman can’t be happy.
Texas junior safety B.J. Foster quit the team during the third quarter of Saturday's victory against UTEP, according to multiple sources. It remains unclear if Foster will have an opportunity to play for Texas again even if he has second thoughts.— Anwar Richardson (@AnwarRichardson) September 13, 2020
Social media claims that Foster was losing his spot to an underclassman, but we’ll have wait to confirm that. Definitely worth noting college coaches may deal with a surge of players quitting for football reasons and claiming COVID concerns. Taking off for “health concerns” is a risk-free cop out from a program to take your talents to the portal.
Still unclear if this is worse than Vontae Davis’ quit-job because at least Davis was paid! The junior safety clearly knows something we don’t and we can’t wait for him to subtweet about it later this week.
The most millennial move EVER: quitting a job that afforded you a college education before week one ends. Even though the move looks ridiculous now, he was highly touted and we’re fairly certain things will work out. Talent can take you a long way, even when you’re a knucklehead.
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Yeah. This guy has some maturing to do. Hopefully, the coach can sit down with this guy and turn this into a teaching moment.
Toss him team doesn’t need anyone like that quit during a game real team player there
That’s insane. There is zero reason he should be allowed back.