Martez Edwards disputes he made racial pandora rings statements to Hoover last week poll
He strongly denies those allegations.I am called a racist, I tend to take that as a violation of my character, he said. I from Detroit. There no such thing as black and white where I come from. I come from a city where it is all about who pandora rings you are and not what you are. comment centers around a dispute between Edwards and the Hoover team approximately 140 minutes prior to their game l pandora rings ast Friday at Bessemer City.Edwards noticed that Hoover team upon arrival sat their bags down in the end zone closest to his fieldhouse. He promptly notified members of the Hoover team that those bags had to be moved. He’s heard reports in the community and on message boards that he made racially charged statements to the Hoover team during that pregame exchange regarding the bags.can possibly have been done there in a racist sense when I happened to be talking to the two black coaches that Hoover has? Edwards said. in the Metro Game of the Week. When he learned they were position coaches, he said he would not continue the discussion with them and asked for them to get head coach Josh Niblett to resolve the matter of the bags in his end pandora rings zone.It could be seen as a matter of gamesmanship or just trying to rattle the Hoover team. Edwards saw it as a sign of disrespect. Edwards said Niblett prompted his team to move their bags to the sideline after he brought it up.Hoover went on to trounce Bessemer City by a 48 7 margin after the anxious moments between the programs led to an inspired performance from both teams.happened there was Hoover came into our stadium and 90 of them dropped their bags in the middle of our end zone and began to walk the field for their pregame walk or whatever, Edwards said.Edwards cited his college coaching background. He said he wouldn have even noticed it if the Bucs had dropped their bags in the far end zone of his stadium away from his fieldhouse.you are in college you get off the bus and you go to the locker rooms and put your stuff up and sit your bags down there, he said. you can go out and walk across the field. That fine. viewed that as an intimidation tactic.simply said have your guys move their stuff out of the end zone, and if you want to walk the field after that, that fine,” Edwards said.Edwards said he was told by the Hoover coaches that their team does the same thing wherever they go on the road.said fine. Do that wherever you go, but this is Bessemer and you are not going to do everything you want to do here in Bessemer. You are not going to come in here and intimidate my kids and intimidate our players or disrespect our home field,'” he said. “We would never go to Hoover and drop our stuff in the middle of their end zone and walk the field. We go to Hoover, go to the locker room, put our stuff up and then walk the field. coach Josh Niblett said his team has moved on and is locked in on facing Hillcrest Tuscaloosa in a key region game Friday night at the Met.don want to get into that, Niblett said. didn do anything there any different than what we normally do when we go somewhere. We don ever do anything disrespectful. We have the utmost respect for the team we play but also the facilities they have and the way pregame is supposed to be handled. That not us. We want to run a class program and we take pride in how we handle situations like that and how we carry ourselves. We would never do anything to be disrespectful. We never have and never will. said a similar incident happened when Hillcrest Tuscaloosa came to town. That team put its stuff up in the locker room before the game, but did something else after that.