Monday, November 30, 2009

Butler's Newsome: LB Polofsky should play

Butler coach Mike Newsome said linebacker Alex Polofsky, who injured his knee in Friday’s quarterfinal win over East Meck, would likely play Friday.

Polofsky, a 6-foot, 220-pound senior, is one of the Bulldogs top defensive players.

“He’s walking around today without crutches,” Newsome said. “I think I’d rather see him walk with crutches. But I think he’ll be ready to go.”


Anonymous said...

I'll tell you what: Newsome, if that boy has a torn or even damaged ACL and you let him play, you're a crappier coach that I have always thought you to be. Think about this boys' future instead of your own over-inflated ego for once. You're putting his health on the line for a game you can't win.

Anonymous said...

I find it funny that all you people feel the need to talk down in regards to Newsome and his program. What has Newsome done to warrant any kind of hatred in his coaching career? The answer is nothing. He keeps his comments respectful to other teams and players, unlike a coach that wears green and yellow down the road, yet all you people nut-hug Tom Knotts all day long. Get over yourself, he wont let the kid play if he is hurt.

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