"I don't think there was any particular thing directed at Breaston," Bielema said Tuesday during the Big Ten Conference coaches' teleconference. "He had had a very successful day and our coverage unit had had some struggles. Everything boiled up at that minute. "I've seen what everybody has seen on film. I addressed it with James and I'm going to handle those things internally." When asked if Kamoku would play Saturday at Indiana, Bielema reiterated: "I'm handling those things internally."No, there was nothing directed at Breaston. There was something directed away from Breaston: his knee when Kamoku attempted to dislocate it. This is so strange. It's a punt-coverage scrub. Their next game is Indiana. And he's not getting suspended. Way to keep up the ethical standards of your program, meathead.
Also, attention Jeff Potrykus: this phrase...
Kamoku, a standout on special teams who has a reputation as a clean player...contains a typo. Let me fix it for you:
Kamoku, a punt-coverage scrub who had a reputation as a clean playerNever say bloggers didn't do anything for you.
(HT: Badger Sports)