Who is graduating in the Spring/already graduated and can transfer without any of the eligibility hoops to jump through?
I'd say a LB. Only graduating Harrison and having signed a couple more is going to make for a very crowded room.
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This is one reason why I bet his parents don't mind him enrolling early. The money they'll save is akin to finishing your car payments.
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The OSU ones will probably start to show up more frequently as the game approaches on the 28th.
Do they still place tombstones in the ground for big wins? SMH
Pretty soon there will be more pictures of him in scarlet and gray than neon banana.
JK by 60.
Great to hear that Hilliard was able to get another year. With the graduation of only Harrison, this room is stacked. It will be tough to spread the PT around to a very experienced group. Many of the reserves played well in their limited time and will want expanded minutes. It's going to be an interesting off-season for the LB's and the coaches.
Holy crap, Barf, you're on fire with these!
Their site must be down because I can't get on it. Shorted out by Wolverine tears?
Part of the issue with Rutgers is that since it is a state school, all the non-sports personnel gets their knickers all twisted when the athletics program gets more funds allocated.
The private jet usage is not out of the ordinary. Doesn't Coach Day get a certain number of hours of use of a private jet?
My sons are 8-1 and 13-1. They don't understand the anxiety on game day.
The flipping thing seems to be a frequent occurrence in lacrosse. The #1 recruit O'Neill was an original PSU commitment that flipped to Duke. Plenty of transfers after playing a year or two at an original school. Maybe we'll find another Ben Randall down the road. Also - there are a couple of more Islips: Central Islip, home of Malcom Pridgeon from the OSU gridiron (no lax team), and East Islip, home of Boomer Esiason. Actually, Islip is the better of the lax Islips lately. They won the NYS Class C championship in 2018.
My family has gone to the game twice. We stay in a hotel that is 8 minutes away from parking at the RAC. A shuttle bus picks us up and drops us off a their practice bubble, which is a few minute walk from the stadium. Always plenty of buses to get to the stadium, and since the games have been blow outs, not much wait for a bus back to the RAC. It has treated us well so far. . .
Chase Young's first game back after the suspension ends:
Tshabola is 6'6" and is only a sophomore? One more growth spurt and he'll make Dawand Jones look tiny.
Rossi the walk on TE has played in every game. Obviously it's mop up duty, but I would love to hear why the coaches have found time to play him every game. What has he shown in practice every day? Not a negative comment, just love hearing the underdog story.
Don't touch the cup. (Bur Arizona would be my choice.)