I think the NCAA leadership just sits in an office somewhere, lights cigars with $100 bills, and throws darts at a board to make decisions.
And the call by Gus was fantastic!
All they have to do is shut up and admit to nothing and the NCAA will do nothing. The NCAA only hammers programs that admit to wrongdoing.
I just scroll on by those and search for the nuggets of awesomeness!
He is going to be a great addition to the team. The future is bright!!!
A 6-6 guard who plays stifling D? Yes please! Sounds like he'd be ready for some early PT. Hope we get him!
I always say--"people might listen to what you say, but they remember what you do." Could say "actions speak louder than words" as well. Lots of nice clichés we could throw in.
A bit late--thanks for your service and hope retired life treats you well.
I retired from the AF after 25+ years. Would've joined the Navy (dad's best friend was a retired Chief and my borther in law is a retired Chief), but had a 1 year old. No ragrets! (lol)
I was lucky enough to get a job back with the Air Force, so the adjustment wasn't as hard for me.
It always seemed the Navy got to go to much cooler locations. Served with a few Navy Chiefs--talk about some crazy dudes. Enjoy!
I am hoping that both of those young men make their marks in the fall.
Still working on showing promise, so... ;)
100% class act (and great football player).
I think Chase will have a monster year. Not only does he have another year of experience, if you remember, he also injured both ankles last year and was not 100% for most of the year. If he stays healthy, he could easily be B1G defensive player of the year!
In truth, comparing any team (or anything) to TTUN is a bit harsh.
Sanitarian2, I think your take is silly but did not DV you.
Wesson is a junior. He has one more year before he MUST leave. It is smart to find out from NBA folks what they perceive his strengths and weaknesses are. He has lots of tape they can review. He has played a lot of minutes. He can work on those strengths and weaknesses for next year. He has a possibility to play in the NBA someday.
Ahrens just finished his freshman year. He has virtually no tape to work from. If he played lots of minutes and was the team's number one scoring and rebounding option, it would be different. While it is true that anybody could declare for the draft to get some feedback, this just makes no sense.
That is why this is a bad take. Sounded more like a smart a$$ reaction. Just sayin...
Yesterday I scrubbed my floor with a brush and celebrated with some rum. I'm a parrot short of being a pirate.
Working on the peg leg???