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the mods report what is told to them by the staff and those connected to the staff. We have had 2 very good years in a row and should be closing more players like this than we are losing. We lost players at the 2 biggest positions of need, LB and CB. Langely hurt but Rolin hurts more, he was family. Coaches get going.
lack of recruiting sense of urgency starts from the top...
the real issue is, these are real teenagers, with real bad judgment, who are real hard to get an honest answer from.
Ally will beat the crap out of Uga.
Because the real answer is that you don't ask questions. Recruiting is sales. If our coaches are asking questions, then they're doing it wrong. The opinion of the "buyer" doesn't matter.
Either they have no clue they are losing the kid or they are lying to the mods and hoping it ends up ok. Lets be honest, everyone on the board so both Langley and Rollin going down the tubes. In both cases our coaches said nothing to see here.
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Yep those coaches shouldn't even be at the D1 level. Really makes you wonder how they got into the coaching profession at all. Maybe the university needs to do an investigation and find out how the recruiting budget is being spent and on what.
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