Lagarrette Blount drops Boise State player Byron Hout after the game for talking trash!

September 3, 2009

Look at the athletic play here.  Why would Mr. Hout decide to run his mouth to this guy?

Look at the athletic play here. Why would Mr. Hout decide to run his mouth to this guy?

This proves that you shouldn’t run your mouth if you are not willing to defend it.  Lagarrette Blount made a bunch of headlines for his quotes before the game that made him a target…As soon as I can find the video, I will post it.

For BSU, 14th-ranked by AP, it’s probably win or forget a BCS berth this year. Sixteenth-rated Oregon, meanwhile, could launch itself toward some really rarefied air in a month that includes the Broncos, Purdue, Utah and California.

Kelly, though, isn’t buying into the hype — publicly, at least. He downplayed a quote in Sports Illustrated attributed to Ducks running back LeGarrette Blount — “We owe that team an ass-whuppin’ ” (emphasis mine) — and said, “We’re going to play a ranked opponent on the road. Last year’s game has no bearing.”

To make matters worse, Byron Hout, the Boise State player gets dropped with one punch….The Sports News Blog covers what happened

But the lasting image from this highly anticipated kickoff to the 2009 college football season will be Oregon running back LeGarrette Blount punching Boise State’s Byron Hout after the final whistle and then needing to be restrained from fans by police on the field.

As the Broncos began celebrating on their famous blue turf, Hout yelled in Blount’s face and tapped him on the shoulder pad. That drew an immediate scream from Boise State head coach Chris Petersen, but before Petersen could pull Hout away, Blount landed a right hand to the defensive end’s jaw.

Then as Blount was being pulled off the field, he had to be restrained from fans heckling him on the way to the Oregon locker room.

“You know, just emotions getting the best of players, and you know, it was a hard fought game, really proud of our defense,” Petersen said. “Typical first game, lot of sloppy football, but I thought our defense rose to the occasion and played great.”

Blount set a Ducks record with 17 rushing touchdowns last season.

Don’t start none, won’t be none….

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