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We didn't hire Pruitt.
Who the hell is Damarcus Walker?
God damn, he was right, you guys really can't read
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by andrew32 14 months ago
I enjoyed that Cristobal thread you dweebs have going over on the reservation
You guys were jizzering over Cristobal leaving Miami in the lurch right up until you joined us
The most awesome fail in the history of interneting
Hello........Your are on the MIAMI board not the FSU board..you should know that because you can't post on the Seminole board
Karma is a bitch.
Said it with Mario and ill say it about Napier this is a buisness and loyalty is 3rd to career success and family
Just make sure that bitch is beautiful
But reading those X's and O's comes naturally to our guys? More like $ and contracts for your coaches and players
Would you really trust any NCAA investigation? I wouldn't trust them to investigate a missing dog!
This post was edited by Cane4Life63 14 months ago
Why are the coaches able to just pack up and leave and go to another school, but players are not? When a player wants to transfer, they are at the mercy of their current coach and the rules for transferring by the NCAA. If a player is granted a transfer, they often have to sit out a year before becoming eligible to compete. I think that coaches should be handled similarly to the players.
But instead what you have is 17-20 year olds who have to go through all kinds of bureaucracy to finish their career if they decide to go elsewhere, yet the adults who are getting paid ridiculous money to coach pretty much come and go as they please.
Players are even restricted at times as to where they can transfer by their current coaches (e.g., Robert Marve, Storm Johnson, etc.) and the NCAA has to approve the transfer if they are claiming some type of family hardship. When players sign the Letter of Intent it's binding on the student/athlete; however, that same player can have their scholarship taken away at some point. On the other hand, when a coach signs a contract, apparently it's not binding on that coach.
Pretty much a double standard all the way around IMO...
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