Northern Colorado offensive coordinator, Max McCaffrey, and football player Ed McCaffrey, are in trouble for Saturday’s clipboard-snapping event against Montana State.
According to the Denver PostMax was accused of snapping a clipboard during his team’s 40-7 loss, then throwing it into the stands. The UNC and the State of Montana have launched a thorough investigation and McCaffrey is “throwing a piece of clipboard at the fan who requested the memorial,” and McCaffrey has shown “a lack of judgment but no malicious intent.”
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Oh, all right.
A Montana high school student says otherwise. Max DeMarise said Greeley (CO) Tribune Even before the attacking composers launched the clipboard, they were taunting McCaffrey about his pants.
“I said, ‘Hey, coach, you can focus on how small your pants are instead of breaking the clipboard,'” DeMarise tells the magazine.
Demaraise says the boom, the clipboard, is flying, but it can get into the wrong fan.
KGVM Sports’ Bozeman radio singer Ian Laird told the Tribune that the second-quarter incident occurred just below where he was sitting, and McFray was shouting at fans that he had not targeted the man who hit him. As it turns out, McCaffrey’s clipboard hit a 60-year-old man in need of medical attention.
Police reports were filed, but UNC Max stood by his claim that he was throwing a clipboard because he was a good guy.
“Throwing the memory of coach Max McFray into the stands is a poor judgment, but it is clear that there was no intention of doing harm or provoking an act of anger. “After meeting with Max and the entire football staff, I am confident that we will no longer engage with our opponents’ fans.”
Yes, this story is not complete until we see McCaffrey wearing these pants that a high school student is making fun of. Someone should have photos of these pants that are too small. Help open the case wide.