Hercy Miller, son of Percy "Master P." Miller commits to Tenn State


Texas Southern Fan

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What was the injury? Master P compared the medical staff at Tennessee St. to the medical staff at a power 5. Why do people always do that? That is so unfair to HBCU’s.
 
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Blacknbengal

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Master P, whose name is Percy Miller, said his son did not receive proper medical attention after suffering a hip injury in the Tigers' first game of the season Nov. 9 against Alabama A&M, and an improper diagnosis nearly led to the end of Hercy's playing career.

Hope that this kid can play basketball again.
 

MetroPhillyTiger

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Williamson’s father, Marlon, took to Twitter to defend his son’s claims and mention other ways Marcus was mistreated.

“Marcus played through frequent shoulder separations,” Marlon Williamson said. “When we were finally made aware of the injury and took him to get a 2nd opinion, the surgeon showed us the MRI and said he couldn’t believe Marcus was able to get dressed let alone play BIG10 Football. Marcus was lucky he didn’t suffer a damaged nerve or lose the use of his arm.”
 

bigtyme2

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They misdiagnosed a serious injury.
How so? They literally stopped him from playing and determined him out for the season… He was getting limited playing time even when he was healthy… Besides that Nashville is home to some of the finest hospitals in the country. I’m pretty sure Tennessee St has access to them especially considering it would be paid for by insurance.
 

Mrwiregrass

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No. He thought coming to a HBCU. People would roll over for him and he would just dominate. But, we compete just like anyone else.

He should find Robert Covington for instructions. ;)
 
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funkie junkie

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Well we really can throw the whole damn program away and start over...and as bad as we are, I don't think he was in the rotation before the injury. Sounds like sour grapes. It'll be interesting where he ends up.
 

bjnt922

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