...He could pull a Joe Pasternack and try and kick someone, Jorge's kid maybe.
There was a spot on Cal Sports Report I think or a video on Cal Bears dot com that mentioned Jorge and Frani Echavarria (Cal Softball) are an item. Echavarria is decried by teammates as the toughest player on the team, as in nobody better mess with her Recently they told a story of the softball team staying in the same hotel as the men from Mexican National Soccer team and they noticed one of the players leering at Echavarria too long. The players said the poor fella didn't know who he was messin' with - I cracked up.
So, if for example, Guti and Echavarria led lives that ultimately resulted in a child that played hoops for Cal and that child suffered an alleged kick from Sims (or Pasternack for that matter), my money would be on the Gritty Golden Bear Offspring hands down! That would probably be one tough talented Bear.
If you play men's basketball does that prevent you from playing womens...just saying
As a transgender female? Just saw a documentary re the huge increase in transgenders. Pretty hard for a transgender male to make it big in sports but transgender females should have a big advantage. I remember a transgender female named Dr. Richards doing very well in women's tennis. What's to prevent a tall and talented transgender female from dominating the WNBA? Are there any regulations in place to prevent that?