"The University of Illinois is also in turmoil. The university sports an Interim Chancellor, an Interim Athletic Director, and an Interim Football Coach; the game will be played at Soldier Field, making this an Illini Interim Home Game."
Per Ferrell, TE Chris Clark decommitted from UNC
Great. So we hoped for a decommit so he'd consider us but now he may end up with the chickens.
Which is fine because we'll never play them while he's there.
The Fig thing Chickens
Not so fast. We're still in it. Found this on twitter:
He is scheduled to visit us on April 18. I think it is his last visit so we have a good chance to make the final impression.
turkey sub for lunch today.
Another solid month long commit. College football needs an early signing period.
So a kid who changed his mind is locked into a school he doesn't want to attend?
I think that's what he means.
What is the point of an early signing period if kids who verbally commit early change their minds a month later.
So kids that haven't nearly made their mind don't commit to a school just because only to change it a few weeks later. Point isn't that he should be locked in to UNC, it's that he never should have committed so early anyway.
it would be sometime in the fall. As long as coaches take early verbal commitments there are going to be decommits.
We still have to recruit against them.
By the way, it's "Farrell."
He seemed pretty excited about the news.
Wasn't Mike Farrell the same guy who said Harris eliminated Michigan, which his mother immediately refuted. Clearly this guy doesn't know much
He's actually fairly accurate a majority of the time. Harris' Twitter account doesn't exactly bode well for Michigan either when he has a header of Braxton and Hyde.
Harris changes his twitter to schools he's visiting. Stip over analyzing things and you'll be a happier person.
The mother refuting it doesn't necessarily mean that much as we've seen in other cases. They tend to not rule out the school they decommitted from to avoid fallout. Hope I'm wrong but it doesn't bode well.
Nope. Farrell said that Michigan wasn't in Harris's top four at this time. He didn't report it as a "final four" or anything.