Monday, May 18, 2009

Gamecock Baseball Player Arrested

USC Baseball player arrested sat. night, guess where he was at. Everyone is right 5 points is correct. When will these players start going to the Vista. Find older friends with houses off campus. Five points is a ghetto trap. Stay away!
Mathew Rihn an in fielder, apparently was banging on the cops car so they kicked his ass and put him in jail. Standard procedure.
USC has yet to comment. The only thing I want to hear is all athletes are banned from five points for the rest of the year. The students should also stay away if they like college, breathing, freedom, their drivers license, how their nose looks, the windows in their car, virginity, or self respect.


Casey Rihn has been dismissed from the South Carolina baseball team, Gamecocks coach Ray Tanner said Monday.

Rihn was arrested early Sunday morning in Five Points by Columbia police on charges of public drunkenness, disorderly conduct, and resisting arrest. Slapping a cops car with his hand.

Tanner made the decision to drop the backup second baseman from La Habra, Calif., who had hit .321 in limited playing time this season, after meeting with him Sunday.

Tanner called the transfer from Santa Ana Junior College a quality person and a strong student, but he believed a standard needs to be in place for the program.

“He made a bad decision, and you’re responsible for your decision,” Tanner said. “There are penalties. There are consequences.”

He called the decision not to take Rihn to the SEC Tournament and not renew the player’s scholarship a difficult one.

“I don’t like being the tough guy,” Tanner said. “It’s just the right thing to do.”