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Sorry 1stHogFan, I am piggybacking off of most of the same stuff you are saying before even seeing your post, but you are spot on. Miami boast about being a "private" school. Guess he will get the better education at Arkansas.
Moron, then why does he need a signature at all. You idiots keep coming up with "he's 18" argument but never explain why he needs an additional signature. Read my other post you idiot, you need to be 21 to be the only signature on a LOI not 18.
Not jumping into the ridiculous argument here, but there is no way in any matter of academia that Arkansas is better than Miami. I sincerely hoping you are kidding. On another note, I wanted Collins, but this whole ordeal with his LOI is ludicrous. There is no room for outside distractions like this on or off the field. This needs to end sooner rather than later.
CTATE, putting the hostility aside for one moment. You can understand why there is a 21 rule, correct? Parents/guardians need to protect the kids from the recruiters/coaches that may take advantage of the young naive kids. So the 18 argument goes out the window when it comes to this.
For the NCAA you dumba$$. NCAA is not the legal system. The rules state a parent or legal guardian. His father, whom is on his birth certificate, can sign as a parent. Does not need two. The NCAA runs a voluntary program the uses the NLI. It is not a legal requirement. Do they not teach reading comprehension in Miami? Also he could have still attended Arkansas without either signature. A person over 18 can sign a NLI without a parental signature up til age 21; however, it would not be binding for the player until he actually enrolled in school and attended classes for a day. Read more. Post less.
I understand for the NCAA. My point was if the parents needed to agree (which no one knows for sure) then the custodial agreement (if any) between the parents must be followed. That was the only point being made here.
You stupid little kid. Do you read? I know for sure that the parents don't need to agree because there is no situation that exists where they would have to agree. Don't you understand that ? Why can't you get that through your thick skull ? They don't have to agree because nothing exists that says they have to agree. How much clearer does it need to be for you ?
How do I know this ? Because since he is over 18, it doesn't matter what any agreement would say ........ He is a freaking adult now. No one can tell him where to go to school. That is why he wouldn't need both parents to agree. He is too old for them to decide where he can go to college.
An LOI is a NCAA instrument. They could give a rats ass what some divorce decree says (even if a divorce decree existed and was applicable to an adult,which it isnt) all they require is one parent or guardians signature.
Is that clear enough for you mr. Short bus ?
A. Divorce decree doesn't apply to adults.
B. NCAA doesn't care what a decree says even if it exists and is applicable.
This post was edited by 1stHogFanon247 17 months ago
This thread is awesome!!!!!
Yet there sill is drama in Hogsville. And yet he still needed a parental signature on the LOI to attend the school, and you claim "no one can tell him where to go to school". Wow, you can't teach stupid or argue with it. Now go clean the shit out of the barn jack-ass.
If you'll open your eyes, if any money changed hands it would be from the Miami side. How can she go from not being able to provide for her kids, to the point he goes to live with the coach, to hiring a lawyer.
Ever priced a lawyer???
I'm only responsible for what I SAY, not for what YOU UNDERSTAND.
Wow. Would read again.
+8 to Ctate. Brings facts instead of street corner education.
Ark education> Miami education I guess
Do you realize the national press the lawyer gets from this is worth 100x whatever retainer he normally charges. Simpleton.
Brick by Brick
"There's going to be a lot of people who didn't stand with us who are going to be remembered for not standing with us,"
BornToBeRed said: WPS, just a head's up. We might be the most family-friendly board on the network, so take it easy on your normal wps-ness.
I thought pigs squealed not clapped?
Not meaning to be mean but if I was Alex I'd get away from that crazy women and all the prison educated posters on this board.
Like I said, not meaning to be mean.
No dip sh*t the money would come from Arkansas . I've never seen a coach push a kid so hard to go to one school...
He sure didn't push his other players....hmm I wonder why?? Ohh when your buddies with Bielema and Partriage that's why. Get your little hog ass ready cause its coming down the line for you. Momma is opening a can of worms on you guys lmao
Funny ill bet you just learned all of this because of the situation with Alex. Don't come on here like you have some kind of educational prowess. You live in Arkansas, need I say more.
This post was edited by TruckerCane 17 months ago
Is this anything like the Stacy Coley situation. Coach and all
Congratulations on getting Kirkland and Collins. They'll definitely be the difference makers on your team, getting you that sought after 5-win season.
There's no basis for any suit. They're even saying it was to "make sure he is satisfied in his choice".
Cochran and his associates have always been nothing more than attention whores since they got OJ off.
WHO HIRED A FUKIN LAWYER????
Talk about a hard push. Going god.
hey redneck she hired a lawyer to make sure no violations happened in his recruitment
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