Thanks. I think both sides need to come to their senses unless Whitting can point to any inaccuracies in JD's story. JD is not the independent journalist he wants everyone to believe and he might have cost himself some of the "inside" information that may go solely to Berman now. And Whitting needs to understand that JD is reporting what happened -- with reporters, you have to take the negative stories when warranted as well as the positive stories and recognize the sleazy stuff sells better these days. I have no issue with Whitting cutting JD off but the Twitter block is going too far.
Maybe this will somehow unify the team in a "us vs. the world" mentality and fuel them into the AAC Tourney and beyond. And, who knows, maybe even win a Tuesday game....against Rice....or is that asking for too much?