Tom Coughlin of the New York Giants may be wondering if his puerile Super Bowl team is actually better suited to high school level.
The bullying video of one teammate dousing another in a vat of ice water smacks of juvenile antics.
With pro athletes trying to spread the word via public service announcements that they are against bullying, this act endorses the behavior at the highest level: champions of the NFL.
Roger Goodell may not have called up Tom Coughlin to inquire what idiot runs the team, but he must have been thinking that what happens in the locker room ought to stay in the locker room.
Oh, no, another bright light on the Giants decided to post the video of the bullying on Youtube. This is nearly as egregious as teenage boys who commit vandalism posting their crime for the world.
Braggarts are often not the brightest bulbs in the neon marquee. Those with soft gray cells from too many concussions may now be uncovered on the Giants.
Coughlin was allegedly more incensed that one of his winning nitwits posted the offensive video than that the action took place. Apparently this kind of hazing, usually resulting in college expulsion, is alive and kicking on the Super Bowl victors.
No doubt college morons on football teams viewed the video and will emulate the behavior. The damage is now done, and Tom Coughlin is racing to close the barn door before any more mules run off.