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I think that if the ball gets in the air in the bowl game like it did against the taters, he stays. If we revert back to throwing it to the RB, or taking off every pass play that's called again, he's going to go to the NFL. There are other factors that could affect it, but I think that's the biggest one. The receivers have taken a lot of heat this year about not getting open, or whatever. Nobody is open in CFB hardly, much less the SEC, but they catch passes anyways. I would be tired of running routes all year and never getting a chance. I think we all would. I'm not saying play Dylan over Shaw, or vice versa, I'm saying we need to put it up when it's called. There is obviously occasions where it would be stupid to chunk it, but that's the gist of it.
This was supposed to be his year to be featured, and it hasn't worked out for different reasons. He's been a great sport, and will never say so, but I think that the QB has to show trust in him the last game to tip it in the direction of him staying.
Ally will beat the crap out of Uga.
Left to right: Reed and Blondie,
If he leaves, he is crazy. He is getting awful advice from someone if he does. He needs to get his degree.
Also, I think it would be foolish to think it hinges on one game. If it did, it should mean that a good game could catapult him. Not the other way around.
Hmmm, I see open receivers all the time.
So do I.
Dude is not leaving this year.
This post was edited by roosterrizk1 16 months ago
True story. KMac was open nearly his entire career. Mostly because he ran fantastic routes. So, if Ace was asking me (and he's not), I'd say come back, work on running crisper routes, and improve your stock dramatically.
Ace is nowhere near ready for NFL
"Never look down on anyone unless you're helping them up."
This is by far your dumbest post Steve. And that's really saying something.
Agreed... This can be considered applicable to most of his posts.
what you've just said is one of the most insanely idiotic things I have ever heard. At no point in your rambling, incoherent response were you even close to anything that could be considered a rational thought. Everyone in this room is now dumber for having listened to it. I award you no points, and may God have mercy on your soul.
Did he tell you something or do you have some inside scoop, or are you just airing out some random thoughts ?
How many shots do you think he needs in the bowl game to make him stay ? Do the passes have to be catchable balls?
Do you believe he'd be happier if he was the only WR on the field for the game ?
Does he want to play QB or maybe play both ways to show his skills?
"I think it could go either way right now"
Ummm. Whatever made you come to this brilliant conclusion?
If Shaw starts next year I would leave too if I was Ace. He will surprise people. I bet he will done fine in the combine. He would be a good slot wr in the NFL. Excellent special teams player.
This is what I have thought all season, but I know no one on here wants to hear that.
I just don't see him taking us to the next level. I kinda also feel he is the main reason why we don't have a top level wr in this class. I know it's a tough break to not play a senior but it's all about winning. I want an SEC championship so badly. I feel like were so close.
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