Sport Mike Bianchi: Aaron Hernandez was seedy underbelly of Urban Meyer's Gators; Tim Tebow was the smiling face

22:52  20 april  2017
22:52  20 april  2017 Source:   MSN

Lawyer thinks Hernandez will be let out of prison

  Lawyer thinks Hernandez will be let out of prison Was being acquitted in his double murder trial just the first in a series of legal victories to come for Aaron Hernandez? His new lawyer thinks so.Jose Baez, who served as Hernandez’s attorney for the double murder trial, believes Hernandez could eventually get out of prison.“I think so, I think so,” Baez told TMZ when asked in an interview whether he thinks Hernandez will get out of prison. “I think that if we look back at some of the things that are available to appeal on that case, I think there’s a strong likelihood. And if he hires me for the second trial, we’re going to go all at it.

Has Aaron Hernandez supplanted Tim Tebow as symbol of Urban Meyer ' s Gators ? Tebow and Hernandez both helped Meyer ' s Gators win national championships, but they have gone on to become divergently emblematic of his program.

blog 'kathyspruill.blogdetik.com' is not exists.

What to watch next
  • Aaron Hernandez's family seeks probe into his death

    Hernandez's family seeks probe into his death

    FOX News Logo
    FOX News
    2:11
  • Wednesday's Top 5 Plays

    NBA top plays: Curry's super steal and more

    NBA.com Logo
    NBA.com
    1:45
  • Eli Manning's statement to memorabilia scam allegations

    Eli Manning's statement to memorabilia scam allegations

    USA TODAY SPORTS Logo
    USA TODAY SPORTS
    1:11
  • #DearAndy: Will Jimbo Fisher finally beat Nick Saban?

    Will Fisher finally beat Saban?

    Sports Illustrated Logo
    Sports Illustrated
    2:03
  • How Do Sports Fans View President Trump?

    How do sports fans view President Trump?

    MSNBC Logo
    MSNBC
    1:26
  • Shaq's son Shareef O'Neal commits to Arizona

    Shaq's son commits to Arizona

    CBS Sports Logo
    CBS Sports
    1:10
  • Biggest question going forward for Ohio State

    Biggest question going forward for Ohio State

    CBS Sports Logo
    CBS Sports
    0:54
  • Aaron Hernandez: How Bill Belichick, Urban Meyer intersect with tragic story

    How Belichick, Meyer intersect with tragic Hernandez story

    Sports Illustrated Logo
    Sports Illustrated
    3:08
  • Rapoport: Hernandez was a catastrophic story

    Rapoport: Hernandez was a catastrophic story

    NFL Logo
    NFL
    1:56
  • Derek Jeter reportedly teaming up with Jeb Bush to buy Marlins

    Jeter teaming up with Jeb Bush to buy Marlins?

    Sports Illustrated Logo
    Sports Illustrated
    0:35
  • 10 proposed golf rules changes to watch

    10 proposed golf rules changes to watch

    Golfweek Logo
    Golfweek
    2:07
  • Saint-Pierre says Bisping is scared to fight him

    Saint-Pierre says Bisping is scared to fight him

    FOXSports Logo
    FOXSports
    0:53
  • Cristiano Ronaldo wants more respect from fans | THE HERD

    Cristiano Ronaldo wants more respect from fans

    FOXSports Logo
    FOXSports
    1:34
  • NBA Playoffs: What's next for the Bucks/Raptors after Game 2?

    What's next for the Bucks-Raptors after Game 2?

    CBS Sports Logo
    CBS Sports
    0:46
  • Could Marshawn Lynch be effective for the Raiders?

    Could Lynch be effective for the Raiders?

    FOXSports Logo
    FOXSports
    1:28
  • Is Carmelo's time in New York over?

    Is Carmelo's time in New York over?

    USA Today Sports Video Logo
    USA Today Sports Video
    1:01
UP NEXT
UP NEXT

One of Aaron Hernandez's first official acts as a freshman football player for the Florida Gators was to sucker punch an employee at a Gainesville, Fla., bar so hard that he ruptured the poor guy's ear drum.

Lawyer thinks Hernandez will be let out of prison

  Lawyer thinks Hernandez will be let out of prison Was being acquitted in his double murder trial just the first in a series of legal victories to come for Aaron Hernandez? His new lawyer thinks so.Jose Baez, who served as Hernandez’s attorney for the double murder trial, believes Hernandez could eventually get out of prison.“I think so, I think so,” Baez told TMZ when asked in an interview whether he thinks Hernandez will get out of prison. “I think that if we look back at some of the things that are available to appeal on that case, I think there’s a strong likelihood. And if he hires me for the second trial, we’re going to go all at it.

Youth Aaron Hernandez Jersey.

Eagles sign Tebow to 3-year Million Dollar Contract.

Tim Tebow, who then was a sophomore quarterback, intervened in the dispute and tried to make everything better.

Tebow, you see, was the public face of Urban Meyer's national championship-winning program at UF.

Aaron Hernandez was its secret and seedy underbelly.

Hard to believe the Gators had one of the greatest role models in sports history and one of the most heinous criminals in sports history on the same team, at the same time. And not even all of Tebow's goodness could eradicate the immense evil Hernandez harbored inside himself.

Hernandez, the UF All-American who helped the Gators win a national title and the Pro Bowl tight end who was on his way to being a future superstar for the New England Patriots, apparently tied a bed sheet to his cell window and hanged himself at the Souza-Baranowski Correctional Center in Shirley, Massachusetts, early Wednesday morning.

Hernandez's lawyer thinks ex-NFL star was murdered?

  Hernandez's lawyer thinks ex-NFL star was murdered? One of the attorneys who represented Aaron Hernandez in his most recent murder trial does not believe the former NFL star would take his own life, and the lawyer is planning to investigate the death. Jose Baez, who helped Hernandez get acquitted just days ago of murdering two men outside a Boston nightclub back in 2012, has launched an investigation on behalf of Hernandez’s family. Baez has reportedly not ruled out that Hernandez was murdered by either his fellow inmates or someone who works at the prison where he was being held.

Error 404: Page Not Found. Dr. Mike On Ryan Howard’ s Injury: MyFoxPHILLY.com.

blog 'anagalloway.blogdetik.com' is not exists.

Obviously, it was a tragic end to a soulless life, but the reaction of some of Hernandez's former UF teammates was troublingly telling. It was almost as if they were mourning a martyr instead of murderer.

"I'm gonna miss u bro, you my family!" tweeted former UF safety Ahmad Black. "Despite other allegations and whatever else u had going, ill always love you bro."

Other allegations?

You mean like being convicted of killing one person and likely getting away with killing two others simply because lawyer Jose Baez got Hernandez off just like he got Casey Anthony off?

Mike Pouncey, another former UF teammate and now the center of the Miami Dolphins, wrote on Instagram: "To my friend my brother! Through thick and thin right or wrong we never left each other's side. Today my heart hurts as I got the worse news I could have imagined. It was just a day ago we shared our last (conversation). I will forever miss you and love you bro. we will meet again rest easy!"

Former Agent For Aaron Hernandez: “No chance he took his own life”

  Former Agent For Aaron Hernandez: “No chance he took his own life” Aaron Hernandez was found dead in his prison cell this morning, and according to law enforcement, he hung himself. But not everyone believes that the former New England Patriots tight end committed suicide.Here's his former NFL agent, Brian Murphy, tweeting that Hernandez would "never take his own life."Absolutely no chance he took his own life. Chico was not a saint, but my family and I loved him and he would never take his own life.- Brian Murphy (@A1Murph) April 19, 2017There's more.

Error. Database query error. Aaron Hernandez Super Bowl Jersey.

Server is too busy .

Please spare us the touching tributes to this maniacal murderer. Where was Pouncey's sympathy for Odin Lloyd, the former friend whom Hernandez killed, execution-style, in an abandoned industrial park?

Oh, that's right, Pouncey and his twin brother Maurkice, were both photographed wearing "Free Hernandez" hats while their former UF teammate was being convicted of murdering Lloyd. The reaction of the Pounceys to Hernandez's heinous crimes is the ultimate example of athletic entitlement. Teammates, coaches, fans, boosters, even police investigators too often close ranks and do everything possible to protect the team. (see Sandusky, Jerry).

It should be noted that Hernandez was never criminally charged in the incident in which he ruptured the Gainesville, Fla., bar employee's eardrum, nor was he given any significant punishment by UF.

In another more serious case in 2007, he was reportedly never even questioned by police or his head coach even though he was a suspect in Gainesville shooting that left two men wounded, including one who was shot in the back of the head. That case, categorized as an attempted homicide, remains unsolved.

Read the full statement from the Department of Correction

  Read the full statement from the Department of Correction The full statement from the Department of Correction regarding the death of Aaron Hernandez: On April 19, 2017 Aaron Hernandez was discovered hanged in his cell by corrections officers at the Souza Baranowski Correctional Center in Shirley Massachusetts at approximately 3:05 a.m., lifesaving techniques were attempted on Mr. Hernandez and he was transported to UMASS Leominster where he was pronounced dead at 4:07 a.m. by a physician at the hospital. Mr. Hernandez was in a single cell in a general population housing unit. Mr. Hernandez hanged himself utilizing a bed sheet that he attached to his cell window.

After 4 Days, Tim Tebow Is 0-12 In The Arizona Fall League. The Ringer' s Mike Lombardi Claims Seven Insights Into Good Quarterbacks, Actually Has None. Today 6:53pm.

Gators not happy about Urban Meyer turning Tim Tebow into Ohio State recruiting tool. March 1, 2014| Mike Bianchi , SPORTS COMMENTARY. Tried to tell everybody about Ohio State coach Urban Meyer , but nobody would listen.

When the Gainesville Sun's Pat Dooley asked Meyer, now the head coach at Ohio State, about the shooting incident four years ago, Meyer made it sound as if it was just a minor distraction. He told Dooley he was informed of the incident by one of his UF assistants and "didn't think about it again until a couple of days ago."

Sorry, but I don't believe that. I don't believe a football coach whose players are being questioned in an attempted homicide case is going to think nothing of it until six years later when Hernandez was arrested and charged with murder.

Then again, college football rosters are filled with troubled kids from violent backgrounds who are recruited for the purpose of winning. Many of those kids, when given the discipline and the structure of a college football program, turn their lives around. Some, though, simply cannot be saved.

Especially a deranged monster like Aaron Hernandez, who should go down as the most evil athlete in sports history, even more sinister than O.J. Simpson.

O.J. apparently snapped and killed (allegedly) out of jealousy. His was a crime of passion.

Hernandez was a serial psychopath who seemingly killed for the sport of it.

O.J. was a football player who committed murder.

Hernandez was a murderer who happened to play football.

And on Wednesday, he murdered yet again.

Except this time he finally killed somebody who deserved to die.

Himself.

PHOTOS: THE RISE AND FALL OF AARON HERNANDEZ

What happened?: Aaron Hernandez went from talented Patriots tight end with a bright future. to a life sentence in prison. On Wdnesday morning, the saga came to a shocking end as the 27-year-old wa found hanged in his cell. How did it come to this? Let's look back and track the rise and fall of his career. Timeline of the rise and fall of former Patriots TE Aaron Hernandez

Hernandez once told NFL reporter, 'I'll kill you' .
Aaron Hernandez was an expert at misleading people during his 27-year life, which is why so many were shocked to learn that the he was capable of murder. Rapoport, who now works for NFL Network but covered the New England Patriots for the Boston Herald when Hernandez was with the team, spoke with Peter King of The MMQB about Hernandez this week. Rapoport said he was actually quite friendly with Hernandez, and he shared one very chilling story about a conversation he had with the former Patriots tight end when they first became familiar with one another.

—   Share news in the SOC. Networks
This is interesting!