Lutrus not the UConn linebacker you r...

Lutrus not the UConn linebacker you remember

There are 8 comments on the NewsTimes.com story from Aug 1, 2009, titled Lutrus not the UConn linebacker you remember. In it, NewsTimes.com reports that:

If you haven't laid eyes on Scott Lutrus in some time, you might be surprised by what you see.

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sam adams

New Milford, CT

#1 Aug 2, 2009
Typical parents response...not my boy...he was never in the wrong. Rageful and questionable behavior are also typical of those in contact sports who require "the edge".
Close call. I hope he's learned something from this experience.
Bob Cat

New York, NY

#2 Aug 3, 2009
sam adams wrote:
Typical parents response...not my boy...he was never in the wrong. Rageful and questionable behavior are also typical of those in contact sports who require "the edge".
Close call. I hope he's learned something from this experience.
What would you have done if your brother was in an unprovoked attack, cut and bleeding? What would you have done if the guys that cut your brother were gone and you and your bleeding brother were the ones being arrested? This is a good kid that has been nothing but a solid citizen all of his life. And trust me, had he and his brother been the ones at fault, his father would be the first to say so.
Ping Pong

Derby, CT

#3 Aug 3, 2009
Dears Sam Adams,
Your comments and judgements are unwarranted and incorrect. Keep your comments to yourself about Scotts Parents. They have done a great job with Scott and he is a very responsible, disciplined and well behaved young man. You want to pass judgement .. do it about the overzealous cop(s) who just wasted alot of ink/time/dollars on the mishandling of this situation.
Furthermore .. The game of football is far from from "Rageful". You obviously never played (or had the ability to play any sport) at this (or any) level. It takes commitment, discipline, both physical and mental stamina to succeed at that level.

I hope YOU have learned something from this. Nobody cares about your stupid, judgmental, erroneous / incorrect statement(s) assessing a situation you have no first hand knowledge of. And what kind of image do you portray .. with a stupid handle/Name like "Sam Adams" .
You must have still been drunk when you wrote those "as*inine" comments.
They make NO sense ..

Good Luck to the Huskies F-ball program .. We are all very proud of you and the job you have done considering the infancy of that Football program.
Keep up the good work !!!
CT One

Stephens City, VA

#4 Aug 3, 2009
Is his dad a Harvard professor?

When the police speak you listen plain and simple. You come upon drunk kids celebrating his 21st b-day on the rowdiest weekend at Uconn with another kid with knife wounds. The kids need to STFU and let the police assess the scene and determine the best course of action not distract them from helping you and your brother out.

If you can't control yourself when you are drunk don't drink.
Djiango Reinhardt

Hoboken, NJ

#5 Aug 3, 2009
Well, at least he knows now that a street known as "Rape Alley" was maybe the "wrong place" to be. Lutrus is a great athlete and a good football player playing for a mediocre program. We all want nothing but the best for him...his demeanor, discipline, and work ethic will make the difference at the next level, because guys with his talent are a dime a dozen in the "Football Bowl Subdivision".
aFan

Newtown, CT

#6 Aug 3, 2009
Ive never heard a bad word about the kid, and ive followed his progress for some time. hes a special athlete. Nevertheless, he clearly handled the police situation wrong, even if the cops handled it wrong too. As he said, hopefully he learned from the situation. Good luck and have a great time at school Lutrus!
the truth

Danbury, CT

#7 Aug 4, 2009
ive heard from people close to lutrus that hes on steroids, and has been using steroids since his days at Brookfield. It didnt suprise me especially by how much he has grown.
tony

United States

#9 Sep 12, 2009
Bob Cat wrote:
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What would you have done if your brother was in an unprovoked attack, cut and bleeding? What would you have done if the guys that cut your brother were gone and you and your bleeding brother were the ones being arrested? This is a good kid that has been nothing but a solid citizen all of his life. And trust me, had he and his brother been the ones at fault, his father would be the first to say so.
he and his brother are cowards and ra ra punks

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