He's set his final official - it's Clemson.
Clemson, Oregon, OSU are the finalists.
He's not exactly stepping into a starting role from day one at any of his three finalists.
i am sure he could win the job after his first year as a rs
AW BOB SAGET
Are you quoting "tourettes guy"? If so....AWESOME.
...here we come.
I was under the impression they were more looking at that one athlete guy that's ranked near Jeremy Gallon as a plausible replacement for Beaver.
Denard Robinson? Yeah, I think they're going hard after him, but I think we have a better shot at Stallworth. I think Robinson is going to Florida.
I was under the impression that they were after Stallworth, but not really as a QB, but a WR?
They told Stallworth that he would have a shot to play quarterback. Michigan is the only school that has offered him that chance, which piqued his interest. He'll probably end up at WR, but you never know.
What? No way.
This one is great:
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And he died a while back.
I'm pretty sure his "death" was the main character deciding he didn't want to do Tourette's Guy anymore.
Can anyone else on this blog read your avatar? It's actually funny.
Yeah, a couple others can. It's actually an album cover. Out of context, it is pretty funny, but "tohu-va-vohu" is in reference to the second verse of the book of Genesis:
Bereshit bara elohim et hashamaim veet haaretz vehaaretz haita tohu va vohu
Thank God, there won't be anymore Boyd threads.
I wish I could say there won't be anymore, but I have a feeling that someone will not read this and like three days later post asking about our chances with Tahj Boyd and how if we get him it will decrease our chances with Gardner next year.
Look at it this way -- only one guy can take the snap. It's nice to have more than one quality guy for depth's sake, but it's tough to get two quality guys in one class. If we did, the guy who gets beat out for the starting job would probably transfer anyways. That's what seems to happen every time that a school recruits two highly ranked QBs the same year.