Tuesday, January 18, 2022

ESPN’s Greg McElroy challenges Kayvon Thibodeaux to Wonderlic

Must Read

Microsoft buying scandal-ridden Activision-Blizzard for $69B

Microsoft will buy the controversial developer behind Call of Duty and World of Warcraft for $ 68.7 billion,...

Natural disasters in Canada resulted in insurance losses of C $ 2.1 billion in 2021

TORONTO, Jan. 18 () - Severe weather events in Canada led to an insurance loss of C $...

Alberta’s prisons have the highest COVID-19 rate in the country, according to CBC News

Seven percent of all inmates in prisons in Alberta since the pandemic began have passed a positive test...


We may have a battle of the minds.

Greg McElroy, an ESPN college football analyst and former defender for Alabama and the Jets, called the best candidate for the 2022 NFL Draft, Kayvon Tibodou, a great duel.

This challenge stems from Thibodaux tearing up academics in Alabama.

“I already hate the stigmatism of players being dumb,” Tibodo said in an interview with Fox Sports when asked about Alabama’s choice of Oregon. “So now you know the stigmatism of education in Alabama? This is not the West Coast. It’s not Harvard. “

Kaywon Tibodo of Oregon tore up Alabama academics.

Thibodaux played a defensive line for Oregon and had seven sacks last season. Many fake checkers force him to rank No. 1 overall for the Jaguars.

“If I had been to Alabama … I don’t know what my degree would have meant,” he said.

McElroy, who played for Alabama in 2007-10 and was a Jets reserve defender in 2012, was shocked by the humiliation. He spoke about it at WJOX
“McElroy & Cubelic in the morning.”

Greg McElroy played in Alabama in 2007-10
Greg McElroy played in Alabama in 2007-10

“I’m just personally insulting, man,” McElroy said Thursday. “I really do,” he said. I do not care. kelmang. If you think very little about us, don’t come. Good for me because I know the people who live in this state. I chose Alabama because I love Alabama. … If you don’t want to see Alabama for the greatness it can offer you, it’s up to you. You are missing an opportunity.

“He says he doesn’t like the stigma that athletes are dumb, but he looks dumb. I don’t understand why he felt the need to cut Alabama. And as someone who has always taken his academic status very seriously, I address him with this – if he wants to take an IQ test, I’m ready. If he wants to take the Wonderlic test, I’m ready. As a proud alumnus with multiple degrees from Alabama, I put my degree on it any day of the week. “

Kayvon Tibodo's 21st birthday.
Kayvon Tibodo’s 21st birthday.
Greg McElroy in 2019.
Greg McElroy in 2019.

The NFL will remove Wonderlic from its pre-draft protocols this year. Over the years, people have wondered how the intellectual ability test relates to how players eventually play on the football field.

Still, it would be great to see McElroy and Thibodaux get involved in this challenge.

.

- Advertisement -
Latest News

Microsoft buying scandal-ridden Activision-Blizzard for $69B

Microsoft will buy the controversial developer behind Call of Duty and World of Warcraft for $ 68.7 billion,...

Natural disasters in Canada resulted in insurance losses of C $ 2.1 billion in 2021

TORONTO, Jan. 18 () - Severe weather events in Canada led to an insurance loss of C $ 2.1 billion ($ 1.68 billion)...

Alberta’s prisons have the highest COVID-19 rate in the country, according to CBC News

Seven percent of all inmates in prisons in Alberta since the pandemic began have passed a positive test for COVID-19. From...

A man suspected of holding a Texas synagogue hostage has been banned from a British court for threatening a Sept. 11 bombing: a report

Twenty years ago, a British suspect accused of holding Jewish worshipers hostage at a synagogue in Texas was barred from entering a British...

Bono says he doesn’t like the name U2 and is “embarrassed” by most of their songs.

Bono spoke of dislike U2’s name, most of their songs, and the sound of their own song. During the appearance Award talk podcast (via...
- Advertisement -

More Articles Like This