I have nothing to do with any of this or HoCo, but even I saw the twitter discussion and video posted of the hit. That puts it into public discussion.
Would agree puts it into public discussion and an important one about player safety - not a character assassination that this guy is trying to turn this board into. Let's keep the discussion about safety or 2022 in general.
if MM posted a video of an incredible play would parents still be upset?
Of course not, then they would all claim the unidentifiable child was theirs. People are just pissed because the man knows his stuff, called out for change which is uncomfortable for many and also bothersome to others with huge egos who will now have to admit there may be a better way. MM has a larger following on social media than the average lacrosse parent or coach related to the sport. If more of those in the sport did this, there could be more emphasis on safety and teaching kids correctly.