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Maybe your right.. And I do agree we need to get more Miami Kids into the program.. But this whole "ITS ALL ABOUT ME" atitude from these South Florida kids has got to stop.. With Al Golden and THE U.. Its all about business.. The business of building a champion.. If these High Schoolers don't wise up to that then Miami is going to have a serious problem locally moving forward.. Its not for Miami to change.. Its for these kids heads to shrink a little.. I hope this thing with Mr. Kirkland sends that message.. Because at the end of the day.. The University of Miami has to do what's best for the program as a whole.. Not what's best for an individual or some disgruntled High School coach.
golden takes the hit, so the young man doesn't...is a more believable scenario.
That is not the reason because there is no such thing as having the EE spots be full. The school has the option to count an EE towards the previous class or the present class. Something else happened.
There is such thing as having too many EE. In the case of USC, they only have 75 Scholarships. They can't go over 75 at any point of the year. The EE count toward the 75 as soon as they start class. Therefore, the EE number is also dependent on the seniors that graduate early.
This post was edited by 405Trojan 14 months ago
It is the reason.. Leon McQuay took his spot as an EE... because they count towards last years class they only had a limited number to back fill
Yea sir exactly what it sounds like.
Missing the point tho. If Fitts, the kid in questions wants to sign, he has a committable offer at USC. So this is different from having a schollie yanked, yanked means you no longer have a full ride to attent the university, whether it be EE or in the fall.
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