Garmon commits to Iowa, yet they have the same number of RBs

Submitted by iawolve on January 4th, 2012 at 12:53 PM

Sorry to see Garmon go there, I think we will be pretty good. However, he has to know that it is a cursed position with that team. They lost their #2 RB McCall to transfer on Tuesday. They leave, get hurt, can't qualify, have a mysterious disappearance (Coker best guess is cheating of some sort, but someone was cheating off of him?) or become All-B10. A bit of a grab bag I guess. 

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Comments

lakeside

January 4th, 2012 at 1:02 PM ^

Fortunately, high schoolers don't seem to believe in (or fear) AIRBHG.  I kind of pity their innocence.

Iowa should hire a life therapist instead of a running back coach.  If we can eliminate stupid behavior from the causes of running back attrition we'd be putting out NFL backs like we do lineman, linebackers and tight ends.

JC3

January 4th, 2012 at 1:36 PM ^

I think Garmon would be a great canidate to switch to safety or even receiver. Most of the teams that were recruiting him initially wanted him at safety, including Miami, and I think Michigan was as well.

Still, Greg is a great kid and a good athlete. He should do well at Iowa. 

MGoCooper

January 4th, 2012 at 1:38 PM ^

I don't think the coaches were enamored with Garmon. No slight to Garmon though, good kid, heck of a running back. Best of luck to him at Iowa, except when he plays Michigan. I'm really excited to see Hayes and Rawls get the chance to play next year.