Under Maintenance

We deeply apologize for interrupting your reading but Vendetta is currently undergoing some important maintenance! You may experience some layout shifts, slow loading times and dififculties in navigating.

Sports Media

Did Colin Cowherd Disrespect The American Education System?

Colin Cowherd

(Jerry Lai-USA TODAY Sports)

Colin Cowherd
Did Colin Cowherd disrespect the American education system? We have damning proof that I’m not sure how it can be argued against. (Jerry Lai-USA TODAY Sports)

Did Colin Cowherd Disrespect The American Education System?

Colin Cowherd owes Arizona State an apology. Cowturd also owes Logan Camden and his parents an apology for allowing him to act like a scumbag while cutting his education short. Colin Cowherd disrespected the American Education system and I’m just not sure how it can be interpreted any other way.

We covered a lot on the latest episode of That’s Some Cheese. If you need the link, I got you. What needs to be talked about further is the fact that Cowherd absolutely disrespected to the education system.

P-boy Logan Camden was hired to do his internship here. An internship that he was getting college credits for. The job here was part of Logan’s education. Cowherd hired him to do a show that he was already doing. If Cowherd cared about his education, do you think he would have allowed that rat kid to act like a disrespectful scumbag?

Let me also say this. I’m actually a nice guy when it comes to passing kids on their internship. School is hard enough. We’re all trapped with loan debt. I just don’t find it necessary for me to be a prick about passing kids. School is a grind as it is so you either get an A or you’re fired within two weeks of the internship. Logan should be thanking me for passing him because I could have easily failed the kid.

As I mentioned on the show, our hope for each intern is that they complete 100 posts during the semester. 50 is about average and anything less the kid usually doesn’t pass. Logan completed 37 mediocre posts and even claimed a few posts in the Slack that never ended up being finished. He also showed poor communication skills, which is basically a fireable offense during a remote internship. Again, it should be stressed that I could have easily failed the kid but I’m actually a nice guy.

Garrett made a really great point during the episode and I’ll expand upon it here. Why weren’t we the priority? We were part of his education on the path toward graduating. We are the ones with the partnership with Arizona State. If Cowherd actually respected that process, why not wait until after he finishes the internship to hire him? Better yet, why didn’t Cowherd grow a set and encourage the kid to actually get the most out of his education? If Cowherd was smart, he would try to learn a thing or two from Trey.

Why wasn’t Vendetta the priority over the Volume? That’s the part that I can’t figure out. Logan was getting college credits for doing his internship with Vendetta. Logan was hired after by the Volume to do a show that he was already doing. Also, he’s not making enough money to where his show should have been more important than his education. Logan still works at a restaurant. You would think that if Cowherd wasn’t paying him life changing money, he would encourage the kid to not take a dump on his education. How is your education not valued over a commission job that isn’t paying enough to the point where you still have to work another job at a restaurant? Help me figure that part out…

None of this is really surprising. We know what kind of person Cowherd is. When someone tells you who they are, believe them. This is the same guy that disrespected the departed Dwayne Haskins. He’s also an inferior sports mind and didn’t even know that you couldn’t trade first round picks in MLB. I could go on and on but don’t even need to. That’s just from last month. Should we be shocked that Cowherd doesn’t value education when he in fact is uneducated about sports?

Who is advising this rat kid, Logan? Are we positive Cowherd is the best person to mentor this kid when he flat-out disrespected Arizona State and his learning experience? The only thing that’s painfully obvious is that Logan needs a slap in the worst way. Whether it be his parents, cohost Carson, his grandmother, or whoever. That kid is heading down a dark path and needs to be kept in line. It’s disgusting behavior by Logan and his dope mentor Cowherd.

The funniest part is the fact that Logan clearly had more to learn and didn’t even crack the top ten in terms of talent at this company. Does the kid really have a leg to stand on to act like a clown when he’s not talented enough to crack the top ten here?

Trey loves Arizona State and has great respect for the University. The leading loudmouth at Fox Sports clearly doesn’t. What more do I need to say? If you want more details on what happened, feel free to watch the show above.

Subscribe to Vendetta’s Twitch

<!-- Ezoic - Single Blog Page - Middle - mid_content -->
<div id="ezoic-pub-ad-placeholder-154"> </div>
<!-- End Ezoic - Single Blog Page - Middle - mid_content -->
Subscribe
Notify of
guest
0 Comments
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments

Popular Past Stories

<!-- Ezoic - Single Blog Page - Middle - mid_content -->
<div id="ezoic-pub-ad-placeholder-136"> </div>
<!-- End Ezoic - Single Blog Page - Middle - mid_content -->
<!-- Ezoic - Single Blog Page - Middle - mid_content -->
<div id="ezoic-pub-ad-placeholder-135"> </div>
<!-- End Ezoic - Single Blog Page - Middle - mid_content -->

recommended stories

white bear flushing nyc

Cheap Flushing Eats: White Bear

Cheap Flushing, NYC Eats: White Bear White Bear in Flushing, NYC is the best spot for cheap and delicious wontons!…

Read More
Aleksej Pokusevski Thunder

Report: Hornets expected to sign Aleksej Pokusevski

Report: Hornets expected to sign Aleksej Pokusevski Days after getting waived by the Oklahoma City Thunder, the Charlotte Hornets are…

Read More
DeMarcus Cousins Clippers

Kawhi Leonard offers blunt reasoning for why he’s been available this season

Kawhi Leonard offers blunt reasoning for why he’s been available this season The biggest drawback to the Los Angeles Clippers…

Read More
Ricky Rubio NBA

Ricky Rubio opens up on brief basketball hiatus

Ricky Rubio opens up on brief basketball hiatus Former NBA guard Ricky Rubio retired from the NBA earlier this season,…

Read More
<!-- Ezoic - Single Blog Page - Middle - mid_content -->
<div id="ezoic-pub-ad-placeholder-134"> </div>
<!-- End Ezoic - Single Blog Page - Middle - mid_content -->