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Not good news for us, I don't think.
Meh, don't know what to think about it.
11 National Titles | 42 Conference Titles | 3 Heisman Winners | 78 All-Americans | 37 College Hall of Fame Members
Going off what Ty said himself, if he knew where he was going he would have already decided. I believe it will be Michigan in the end though, distance will kill USC.
I agree. He's been to California twice since he was last to Ann Arbor. It will be USC.
This post was edited by Big M 23 months ago
"Those Who Stay...Will be Champions"
I think if he doesnt pick Michigan he will really regret it. Lets face it USC has no loyalty to kids not from the west cost. If something were to happen to him they will push him out. Just like what they did with Kyle Prater. beside he will ge thome sick being that far from home.
Doesn't USC still has a few more years with scholarship reduction and probation?
They likely won't be contending for national titles while Isaac would be playing there. Additionally, 10 less scholarships for a team like USC means 10 less NFL-worthy talents to scout. That's not good for his exposure. It just doesn't make much sense for him to leave the midwest and go to USC.
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