Remember that time when Haskins committed to Maryland too? They may get top players to commit early, but keeping them committed is the harder part.
What! Doesn't he realize that my self-esteem and personal happiness rise and fall based upon my favorite team's on-field performance? How dare he put his career and financial future above my fandom!
I think your joke detector has run out of batteries. You might want to replace them and then re-read his comment which was clearly written in jest.
I think we need someone. As the season progressed and the holes got smaller as the competition toughened, Teague's production level dipped severely. I'm not confident in his ability to carry the load as the feature back. Last game we saw just how important a dynamic running back was when JK was injured.
Don't understand this decision, but it's not my decision to understand. I hope he does well at Utah.
Still kinda crummy though that he planned a secret official visit the weekend before signing day giving the team he had committed to little heads up beforehand.
That is what is so hilarious about their delusional accusations that everyone cheats but them. They were one of the only (or the only) football programs dragged into this enormous basketball scandal, and yet they live completely ignorant of it.
They vehemently believe that Justin Fields shouldn't have been eligible, while Shae Patterson (a 5* QB who curiously signed with a university known for cheating) was granted immediate eligibility when he transferred to their school last year. Somehow though, their blatant hypocrisy is utterly invisible to them.