Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Ex-Kansas Jayhawk Aqib Talib advertised for 'Coon-o-Ween' Halloween party

Posted By on Wed, Oct 26, 2011 at 10:21 AM

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This is so absolutely mind-blowingly wrong that there's nothing really to say other than former Kansas Jayhawk Aqib Talib is an even bigger idiot than we thought if he's going to take part in "Da First Eva Coon-o-Ween."

Talib, a member of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, has a history of making really bad choices. Attending this party would fall in the "poor judgment" category as opposed to the "criminal," like the incident in March in which he and his mother are accused of firing a gun at his sister's boyfriend.

The ad appeared in the Florida Sentinel and advertised Talib, misspelling his first name, and "other Bucs guests" as appearing this Sunday in Tampa.

However, the Bucs told Deadspin: "Aqib is not involved in the event." Given that the ad misspells his name, maybe (hopefully) that's true.

But given Talib's history, would anyone be surprised? This is a guy who's been accused of punching a cab driver and injuring a teammate with a swing of his helmet and getting into a fight with another rookie while attending a life-skills symposium. Clearly, Talib didn't learn anything that from rookie orientation.

H/t: Tampa Bay Sports Central.

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