Stephon Morris Goes HAM on Twitter
Anyone who was around the Penn State football team last season, particularly the media, knows how entertaining former cornerback Stephon Morris can be. Morris’ senior day postgame interview was the most emotional out of any of his teammates and he was never one to worry about being politically correct.
Morris was Penn State through and through and he didn’t care who knew it. Now no longer under the leash of the sports PR department or his former coaches’ vigilant eyes, it came as little surprise that Morris would be the one to go off on some of his less loyal former teammates on Twitter.
Sit back and enjoy — it was pure Twitter beauty.
Morris on Rob Bolden:
(He transferred to LSU and did not play.)
Morris on Ryan Nowicki, whose highly criticized transfer to in-conference foe Illinois yielded no playing time.
Morris on Khairi Fortt, who transferred to Cal and didn’t play.
Khairi Fortt isn’t amused:
(Just a blog, Khairi.)
Just for good measure:
Morris on Onward State sports editor Drew Balis.
Morris on Dakota Royer, who left the program but remained at Penn State, essentially eating up a scholarship due to asinine NCAA rules.
Royer, understandably, is less than pleased:
Morris on Florida State transfer Kevin Haplea:
Morris, for some reason, isn’t upset with Silas Redd or Justin Brown:
Morris on Tom Ricketts, who recently left the team at Pitt:
Morris can’t stop won’t stop:
Morris’ phone dies:
No, no it’s not Justin Brown:
Random (awesome) Morris subtweets:
Have one on me tonight, Stephon.
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“Tim’s Law,” the Timothy J. Piazza Anti-Hazing Law, was approved by the Pennsylvania Senate Monday. The legislation is named after Tim Piazza, who died following a hazing ritual at the on-campus Beta Theta Pi fraternity house in February 2017. Now that it’s been passed by both Pennsylvania’s Senate and House of Representatives, the bill will move […]
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