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Has ndichkme decommitted? With only 1 surgery needed does this have a meaningful impact on Marcus' recovery timeline?
I have come here to chew bubble gum and kick ass, and I am all out of bubble gum.
Any chance we try to add a JUCO CB/S to the incoming class given your view on Hampton?
Tony, your impressions to date for Lorenzo Ward as a DC? Thanks!
Based on talent and returning starters, what will be our strongest position group next year? Weakest?
In general, how do you feel about the last two signed classes, and the one we are about to sign.
I guess what I am asking is that I remember when we won the East in 2010, that alot of people said that we won because we had the two best players on the field (Lat and Jeffrey), and we will see how the program does when those two players leave the program.
Well -we are now there assuming Lat does not play at USC again.
I think for the most part the program is built very well, needing some young and unknown LB's/spurs to step up the next 1-2 years. Big picture, other than that positon group I feel we are in pretty good shape. And in all fairness - its really an unknown, rather then a weakness at LB/Spur- i guess we will have to see how the next 1-2 years go- could end up being a stregth if some young guys develop quickly.
Bottom line - big picture, going back to the original senetence, I feel like the program, big picture is on very solid footing, and assuming Spurrier stays for a few more years can still be very good and the real key to long term success will be the transtion to a new coach in the future, because I dont see anything less then a very good program while Spurrier is at USC.
Is shaw close to 100% now and is he going to start? I havent been following the practice reports this week and was unsure if he was back healthy or not.
The class looks good for next year, but there doesn't seem to be an all out stud... Any of those coming down the pipe?
Ellis Johnson is 0-9 at Southern Miss now. If he ends up going 0-12, do you think it is likely that he will be replaced?
Do you think it is likely that the offensive coordinator, Chad Morris, at Clemson leaves for a head coaching position after this season?
If we could get any one assistant coach back at USC that has left us since Spurrier has been coach, who would you want it to be?
This post was edited by gamecockintexas on 11/8/2012 at 10:13 AM
Phil Kornblut had an article up last night quoting bobby bentley that akia booker has made a qualifying score now. Are we looking to get involved there? What are you hearing on your end?
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