Lafayette head coach Eric Shaw talked to an official during the Generals’ win over Tates Creek in the second round of football playoffs. “We get the short end of the stick because the refs believe that we’re cheap, and my kids just play hard. That’s it,” Shaw said. “They ain’t trying to hurt nobody. They’re trying to bury you, but they ain’t trying to hurt nobody.”
Lafayette head coach Eric Shaw talked to an official during the Generals’ win over Tates Creek in the second round of football playoffs. “We get the short end of the stick because the refs believe that we’re cheap, and my kids just play hard. That’s it,” Shaw said. “They ain’t trying to hurt nobody. They’re trying to bury you, but they ain’t trying to hurt nobody.” Matt Goins
Lafayette head coach Eric Shaw talked to an official during the Generals’ win over Tates Creek in the second round of football playoffs. “We get the short end of the stick because the refs believe that we’re cheap, and my kids just play hard. That’s it,” Shaw said. “They ain’t trying to hurt nobody. They’re trying to bury you, but they ain’t trying to hurt nobody.” Matt Goins

Lafayette doesn’t deserve ‘bully’ reputation, coach says

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