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Good luck to Lia, but this doesn't make a lot of sense. He's concerned about not getting on the field this upcoming season, so he transfers so he has to sit out a year? Come on, man. The QB room was and still is fine, but the point of lowered experience is accurate. It is only accurate to the point that Tua has some snaps, but nothing meaningful. Mac, Tyson, and Young will fill the spots well, barring injury. Lia was the odd man out and his name wasn't going to give him a leg up on the competition. I hope he makes a splash at Maryland and has a great career, but this transfer wasn't about this season or COVID19.
Complete non-story. There's no cell service in Clemson.
I neither believe UGA has a "nosedive" in the SEC East in its future or that Kirby is feeling any heat in Athens unless there is some cataclysmic failure on the horizon. However, the 15 years given to Richt to win a championship is not going to be afforded to Kirby, either. UGA fans won't be quick to turn on Kirby until there is another wunderkind coordinator or coach on the scene who they see as taking them to the top rung, if Kirby fails to do so, but it will be at least 5 more years. If he manages to beat Alabama in the regular season in 2020, he will automatically gain the leverage to stay around a few years. Slipping below Florida while they have Mullen won't sit well, but will not be viewed as a collapse unless it becomes too regular of an occurance. I would put his level at 0-0.25 currently.
His father is an attorney, not a tractor driving sharecropper. Go back to filing the corns off your sister's feet now.
Win out and you're in doofus. Lose to LSU and the bed-crap against South Carolina puts you out. It's as simple as you.
According to Danielson: “I watched Tua practice (Thursday), he’s not 100%. I don’t care what Alabama says…" But Alabama says Tua's playing will be a game-time decision. How is "game-time decision" claiming that he's 100%? It's too bad that concussion protocol wasn't a thing when Gary was getting slung around like a rag doll in the NFL.
3 years probation and 2 year bowl ban for Youngstown State.
Clemson isn't the reigning champion, they are and always will be the champion of last season. The could lose every game this season and not change that status, and winning every game this year doesn't extend that title over to another year unless they win the playoff final. As has been stated over and over, Clemson will be there if they continue to win because the others in their way are going to open a spot for them. I won't be a bit surprised to see Dabo raise the trophy again when it is all said and done.
My first thought upon seeing the headline was Chad Kelly at Arkansas, but Moorhead makes sense as well. Obviously, on paper, the MSU job is far better than Rutgers, but coaching at Rutgers is probably a lot better than getting fired at MSU. Both Moorhead and Kelly are going to be on very hot seats unless they turn their seasons around dramatically, so new scenery might be career-saving for either of them.
He never said anything about playing "anybody". No one in the press room was concerned over Alabama playing New Mexico State instead of Georgia Southern, Northwestern State, or Utah State. The alternate to New Mexico State needs to be Notre Dame, Michigan, Southern Cal, etc., to make a difference. The assertion by some that a home-and-home would be easy to schedule is a fantasy. There is a reason that those are scheduled many years in advance in most cases. The number of available dates that are agreeable to both schools is very limited due to conference scheduling, especially the larger conferences become. Many people act like scheduling amounts to calling someone up on the phone and telling them the time of the game, you just be there. It is especially hypocritical of fellow SEC programs (who schedule the same way) being critical when they won't agree to increase the conference schedule beyond 8 games.
The reasons are probably myriad, but at the forefront, the schools mentioned are almost always getting large checks to pay other Power 5 programs. Why people think a check from in-state would be somehow more beneficial than one from Nebraska, Oregon, Kansas, or Florida is hard to fathom. The second reason is even more obvious to anyone who is involved in the subject of recruiting. The exposure of a program (whether it be the Power 5 or the non-Power 5 school) outside of its own state is of far greater value than staying at home. Playing a school like Florida International or Tulane might not seem a lot different from playing Troy or South Alabama, but a week or more of media time in the Sunshine State or The Big Easy is worth a lot more to Alabama that the same in Troy or Mobile. Alabama is getting covered in those cities already.
The reasons are probably myriad, but at the forefront, the schools mentioned are almost always getting large checks to pay other Power 5 programs. Why people think a check from in-state would be somehow more beneficial than one from Nebraska, Oregon, Kansas, or Florida is hard to fathom. The second reason is even more obvious to anyone who is involved in the subject of recruiting. The exposure of a program (whether it be the Power 5 or the non-Power 5 school) outside of its own state is of far greater value than staying at home. Playing a school like Florida International or Tulane might not seem a lot different from playing Troy or South Alabama, but a week or more of media time in the Sunshine State or The Big Easy is worth a lot more to Alabama that the same in Troy or Mobile. Alabama is getting covered in those cities already.
Really? A Georgia fan talking smack about trophies???