The LSU Tigers. National College Football Champions.
Champions thanks to the outstanding SEC Title Game performance of talented Negro QB Ryan Perrilloux.
And, Perrilloux's reward? A suspension.
"LSU quarterback Ryan Perrilloux suspended indefinitely for unspecified team rules violation"
Perrilloux has had a few minor incidents of non-compliance to specified rules in his past. Youthful transgressions that are easily attributeable to being the most sought after high school QB recruit in the country and the window dressing and special treatment lavished upon him in the effort to bring him to LSU. Certainly, it's no surprise that the young man's judgment and perception of things might have been distorted by the process.
But certainly, it doesn't seem fair to now hold him accountable to unspecified rules.
If Young Perrilloux was on some sort of double secret probation, then LSU should announce to us now that that was the case. To simply decide that Perrilloux is now suspended for breaking unspecified rules is an unfair and misguided undertaking.
Certainly, Perilloux showed through his past infractions that he needs to work on his maturity level and learn personal responsibility. No one can question this. But to tell the Young QB that he is now suspended, that he broke 'unspecified' rules?
How can this help Young Perrilloux gain maturity and learn accountability? How can he understand what he has done wrong if it is 'unspecified'?
All this can do is foster the same resentment towards the establishment in Perrilloux that has already been cultivated in an entire generation of Young Negro Males.
Holding Young Perrilloux to 'unspecified' standards is symptomatic of the treatment of Young Negro Males in this society we are imprisoned in today.
Let's specify the 'unspecified' standard America is symbolically forcing on Young Negro Males through LSU's actions against Perrilloux:
Act more like white folk.
It couldn't be more specified.