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In Corey's defense, he doesn't bring it up on his show. It is usually a caller or Jonathan Reynolds.
Corey holds up the cue card and Jonathan Reynolds starts the show. I don't know that (either way).
Guess I shouldn't have said "invited" but you explained what I meant.
Not StuckInYankeeland anymore...
1. We can't clear it up if we wanted to unless you are suggesting our insiders make it more clear than they arelady have. The coaches can't talk about it publicly. It's really as clear as it can be at this point.
2. Our local media doesn't bother me. Some have been ripping us for years. Hasn't hurt lately. They don't have that much pull.
The son seems like a good kid. I'm not sure about the father. Listened to him before, but haven't listened to him lately. People on here jump on him far too often. Doesn't mean the coaches have something against the Dad.
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I'd like to see us offer the kid and recruit him hard, but I'm really clueless as far as comparing his talents with those of other prospects. I like the idea of bringing in legacy-type kids. As I remember, Big George's boy wasn't a superstar recruit but he was offered a scholarship. I want the Dozier kid to come play basketball here. I was upset when we weren't even a factor when Dunleavy's kid was a recruit. Of course, I think his decision to go to Duke was probably a good one. I know we have limited numbers of scholarships available next year, so I'll leave it to the coaches to make the right decisions. I just hope this doesn't blow up in our faces.
Well of course he will. He is a narcissist and he would never dream of not making this into a huge issue about him.
I'm "The Arrival of Joe" and I am the #1 Proponent of Cheating: Whatever It Takes To Get Eddie Goldman to Columbia, SC
Corey Miller's a jerk, but he helped us win a lot of football games and was a member of the All-Southern Independent team(at a time when Florida St., Miami and VPI were southern independents) in 1989.
I back the HBC 100% on this, but facts are facts on Corey's career.
Ally will beat the crap out of Uga.
If we had 20+ to give, I would bet we would pursue him as hard as humanly possible.
We will be lucky to get to 14 or 15. We can't recruit a legacy in this cycle "because it is the right thing to do". I agree that it generally is a good strategy to do so. This is just a very unique year.
I discount the Dad's comments on the radio about the subject as should most. He can't be objective on the matter. I couldn't either if it was my son.
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