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I know John Theus was a very highly recruited 5 star kid last year but I cant imagine him being able to even slow Clowney or Taylor down at all. I know we'll be shifting guys around but man Im thinking we potentially could live in the backfield this week. With that said, I think UGA will look to try and implement a lot of slants and screen plays out of the backfield. I see that as either working for them or creating a lot of potential batted balls or turnovers for us...thoughts?
How come Kight Dallas isnt coming this weekend?....Also how come he as not been to a game yet?
Do you think that the Miami AD's resignation to take the job at Nebraska is going to have any impact (or is a sign that he knows something we don't regarding the NCAA investigation?) on recruits such as Bryant? Could it be a harbinger of bad things to come for Miami?
I know that going from Miami's AD to Nebraska's AD is definitely more than a lateral move (which would indicate nothing more than someone taking the next step in his career), but a guy can hope that the NCAA is going to actually do the right thing for once, can't he? As ESPN says, Eichorst's departure comes at a particularly curious time -- both with the Hurricanes set to play Notre Dame in the rekindling of a huge college football rivalry on Saturday, and as the school braces to receive potentially crippling NCAA sanctions sometime in the coming months for compliance violations.
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