That one dude flipped to Utah. Maybe it's the spot we had for him.
Your bad then. See you next year I guess.
There are over 400,000 NCAA student athletes and apparently some of them are talented in something other than sports.
...against a crappy team.
I mean, sure those kids are leaning to maximize themselves. But do they know not to eat chicken? It's a nervous bird!
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My favorite team has three guys with a legitimate Heisman argument and another going top 5 in the NFL draft. And that's just the dudes with jersey numbers below 3. How's your favorite team doing?
No real ill will toward the kid here. It would have been cool to see LSU and Miami succeed and have OSU QB's win three major conference titles in the same year. But I don't see how Nick Starkle isn't dying of a schadenfrude overdose right now.
Ed Warinner is the kindest, bravest, warmest, most wonderful human being I’ve ever known in my life.
If TTUN keeps hiring coaches the way they have we'll catch up in my lifetime.
I was just looking for a round about way to troll the SEC.
Thanks for the clarification. I guess this makes sense, otherwise it would be, "Hey, Kicker. You're playing Tennis this spring."
I've often wondered what would stop an athletic program from using other sports they don't care about to flout scholarship limit rules. Could a team get this guy as a football player as a "walk-on" because his scholarship is a baseball scholarship? Could OSU give Kendall Sheffield a full Track and Field scholarship and save one for football since he is a legitimate track star? Are there rules against this?