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to make sure he doesn't get hurt.
What a stupid idea.
That's what I told Corey Miller. We have come a long way and its sad...to even ask this question.
Only at USC would we have the most talented player in college football on our roster -- and yet our local media thinks he should sit out a season.
Rather than sitting out next year, he should take out a nice policy from Lloyds of London.
We can run down the list - all guys projected currently sophs and first round picks. And, as Corey begs the question, how are you going to recoup the money?
They should all sit out and wait on that first round money
That 2011 class was just nasty
To what question are you referring, I've not seen one posed in this thread.
I only heard a portion. He raised the question of whether Clowney should sit out next year, and I heard him talking about the pros and cons, but I don't know if he took a position on it.
But his co-host, Jonathan Reynolds, said "he should shut it down right now. Hire an agent now."
Manzell is alot of things, but an nfl qb is not one of them.
I'm "The Arrival of Joe" and I am the #1 Proponent of Cheating: Whatever It Takes To Get Eddie Goldman to Columbia, SC
I guess time will tell, won't it? He's not a big, tall pocket passer, but maybe he has the skills to become one. Or maybe the NFL is changing.
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