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He's calling evan tomorrow about the offer. Evan told him if he has no interest than no need to call. Am I expecting him to flip to us all the sudden ...no, but a visit is all we can ask for.
I'm not comimg over here to start anything. Was happy I didn't have any downvotes... (that's just a sparty thing in michigan I guess) Yes I know your policy with verbals and not taking officials elsewhere...so the interview tomorrow will be interesting for both parties.
"Those Who Stay...Will be Champions"
Doesn't allow that bs? He is a kid that has signing day over 18 months away. He should be looking at exploring all options. This is a very big time in his life and he shouldnt be forced to only look at one option. This is more than just football. Have some perspective.
Very interesting policy. Especially when the recruitment is so far out. Basically the policy is trying to force someones hand so they aren't able to develop relationships with other coaches. I like Wisconsin's policy better personally. Exudes a lot more confidence in the recruit, coaching staff, and University. Pretty hard to have a 1 size fits all policy when every situation is different, especially when a kid commits so far in advance of graduation.
You are dealing with 16 year old kids, who have their whole future ahead of them. College football is an ever changing environment. It's unrealistic to keep it black and white. Every situation is different. People need to have some mature perspective when reacting to these kids situations. Just my two cents. I'm done with this thread.
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