Denver-Toronto certainly didn’t have the history of Syracuse-Cornell, but that didn’t stop Max Seibald, after he walked through the handshake line with blood streaming from his head, to sarcastically post on his Twitter feed, “stitches in the nose and forehead… ohh and another loss by one goal in a championship game…i should sleep well tonight.”
The above passion was taken from an IL article focusing on debunking MLL myths. This particular passage comes from the section entitled “The Players Don’t Care.” IL lists John Grant Jr and Brett Hughes playing through injuries (even though Quint said Hughes was a healthy scratch the game prior) and Schwartzman who ran through a sideline advertisement as examples of players who care before mentioning Seibald. (See the entire article here). If you were able to watch the game on Sunday, the first thing you had to have noticed was how hard Seibald runs. No surprise considering he was the fastest athlete at Cornell this year (fastest ever as well?). Watching him on television, seeing how much faster he was than anybody on the field (yeah I’m talking to you Harrison), how much harder he was trying, reminded me of watching the Ovechkin live against the Penguins.
Max Seibald clearly gives a f**k about winning. I promise even as second line middie he was the most exhausted player at the end of the game. Unreal compete level.
He deserves everything that’s coming to him
- Maverik University finally posts a video that is 1) useful 2) not arrogant
- Coach Harkins says FSU and UF will play a game of box lacrosse in January
- Coach Galvin at CU resigned
- VIOLENCE, complied by Lacrosseplayground.com
- How close is Nike to taking over the sport?
- Reebok is selling these heads, any interest?