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Not surprise he won't be here history shows a kid decommits 9 out of 10 he doesnt commit back to the school he was once commited to
ALL ABOUT THE U
Hey moron shut up and just say your going to FSU, nobody wants to hear trash come out of your mouth. Have fun not seeing the field!
Agree the antics have become annoying with recruits and commitments/decommitments. If it is Wisc he chooses he will be one of two RBs going in and the same situation with FSU. If he is worried about sanctions and the fall out look at USC or even Penn St. If players judge their whole career on a bowl game appearance then they are not that bright. Scouts look over the span of an entire career. When was the last time FSU sent a top notch RB to the league? He should be asking himself that question. Good luck to him on his final destination and for us. . . . . NEXT!
IMO its the Coach Gatewood thats been in his ear. From the very beginning he was upset that Alex committed to Miami. This is ridiculous, coach needs to stay out of it....
Yeah sounds good attend a school that already has a rb commit. Leave where u could have been the only one.
Blame Duke Johnson, lol
Funny I'm so mad I'm making a comment just to say no comment.
Thank God......now we move on. "If you're looking, we're looking"
2 words.... Chestnut and Green
Can't blame the kid! Look at how we use Duke. Play Selection/Constant Short Field Sweeps. Plus, Duke is obviously better than MJ, but they are basically splitting carries.
I wish the Kid luck! I hope he finds a better offensive system that maximizes his talent and potential.
The Kid would be wasted here!
Jed doesn't have a damn Clue!
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