Posted: 1:42 a.m. Sunday, July 21, 2013
Miykael Faulcon has been a secondary figure in the PJ Hairston situation, but he’s also the first player who was in the car to step up and talk about the situation.
There’s a lot to like here, but not this: “I just deal with it. That (incident) could have happened to anybody.”
You can leave the car rental out of it as an NCAA-only thing. In the rest of the world, no one would care as long as the bill was paid and nothing illegal happened. It was poor judgment, but only by NCAA standards.
But the gun found outside the car? The drugs? All of it speaks to bad judgment. It’s not something that would happen to anyone. It happened because these guys put willingly put themselves in a bad situation.