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Female kicker award disingenuous toward women, the game, and sports…..

AWARD DOES NOT FIT THE ACCOMPLISHMENT AS THE ACT WAS NOT WORTHY OF PRAISE

Vanderbilt kicker Sarah Fuller (32) kicks off to start the second half of Saturday’s game against Missouri. Fuller became the first woman to play in a Southeastern Conference football game. (Zach Bland/Mizzou Athletics)

 

 

From TMZ sports:

“Awesome honor for Sarah Fuller … the Vanderbilt kicker, who just became the 1st woman to ever compete for a Power 5 college football team, has now earned an SEC Player of the Week award.

The conference announced the selection Monday … splitting this week’s Special Teams Player of the Week honors between Fuller and Florida punt returner Kadarius Toney.

“Fuller made history Saturday,” SEC officials said in a statement.

 

My take is a little different:  this award is a total joke…..disrespectful toward women that actually do something that really impacts a game…..I actually would think she would turn down the award as of being such a non-worthy act for her, her team, college football and sports in general.  This sort of “honor” smells of what is totally disingenuous with our society today.  We have become such an awful America that we reward people for doing absolutely worthless things….and that in fact tells us that we are in need for being recognized over being relevant. So what she was a women that played in a game.  Are women that piss poor in athletic ability?  I say not.  Yes, she is the first female to play in a Power Five college game (but a girl at Colorado back in the day did kick an extra point).  It does not change the world.   All it did was get the head coach fired.  So sad.

About Fred Pahlke

Fred Pahlke, an Oklahoma native has viewed over 10,000 sporting events in his 65 years. A season ticket holder of the Oklahoma City Thunder, former season tickect holder for the Oklahoma Sooners, Oklahoma City University Chiefs/Stars, he is an expert in both professional and college basketball and football. A high school athlete at Classen High School in basketball and tennis, he played amateur tennis after high school in the Missouri Valley Tennis Association. A graduate of Oklahoma City University, he taught in the public schools for 6 years before becoming a building administrator in the Oklahoma City Public Schools for 31 years, 28 as the Principal of various schools in the district. He has guided various high school and college athletes in his time as an educator and coach. Fredsportsextra has recorded 101, 410 article views in its first ten months, from August 2015 through May 2016.

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