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Strong possibility he will return to Seattle to replace Gus Bradley as DC. Would be a tough loss for UF IMO.
"Never look down on anyone unless you're helping them up."
Can't spell Quinn to Seattle without Rolin.
Get over it dude
I doubt it has much impact on recruits. I don't think kids go to Florida and UGA based on the coordinators, imo, but I have certainly been wrong before about 17 year old boys....no homo
The rug really tied the room together, did it not?
I don't believe it will hurt in that regard, more so the fact that they will have to get a new DC in ASAP, ready to go for spring, then work in a new scheme. With UF's lack of offense, having to start all over at the DC position, along with the guys leaving for the draft, then to me, that clearly sets up a 2 team race in the east next fall.
Schefter doesn't have blond hair and a vagina, so I doubt Rolin cares much about whether he's there or not.
Watch the trend of DC making the jump to the NFL. So many teams now running the zone read option in the NFL, that the only place to find a guys skilled in stopping it is in college.
We did not miss a beat when Ellis left after last year. I don't think it matters much. Muschamp is a defensive coach anyways.
Ally will beat the crap out of Uga.
Listening to VanPelt, news during break stated his is going to Seattle.
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