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My confidence here is fading fast.
They could be, but it seems like his primary goal is to make it to the league; postseason bans might not be a huge deterrent.
Are you braemakers
Oath Before Orders
ya it is
Miami fan here:
I really don't see anything in article that says Nebraska is out of it, I still think Nebraska is the favourite so you guys shouldn't be discouraged. Good look to Sandland wherever he ends up he will be great
I am not sure. I believe you have some major sanctions coming so I guess it depends if Beau wants to play in CCG's and Bowl Games... If the NFL is his main driving aspect for a school it's hard to turn down Miami for a TE, just like if this was a RB we were talking about it'd be hard to turn down Nebraska. but either way he seems like a down to earth good kid. so if he chooses Miami i wish him good luck.
Yh I really don't think Miami gets any more Bowl bans because we have given up 3 postseason bans already but we will get scholarship reductions.
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I know we promised him our GA TE coach would be here to coach him and he won't be. I am a little worried about how that will affect his decision. But we will see, good luck to your guys
Good luck to you guys also.
A) Glad this didn't become an All Golden thread. This is about Sandland.
B) Schaefer & Co, along with writers of other sites, have relayed the same message for months: Beau will make his decision at the end of the process. Definitely not a case where Staff declined his commit. They'd love to have him.
C) The situation around Marrow was a mistake on Bo's part. You won't find much outspoken criticism of the staff from me, but I believe this was a legitimate error. Not only in letting him go at all, but making him such a strong part of our recruiting when his retention wasn't a priority. In the recruiting game, relationships are often a major swinging point. Regardless of exact details, there were a number of mistakes in the management of Marrow.
So you believe the correct course of action would be for Bo to fire one of the current staff to hire coach Marrow, who has 1 year of D1 coaching experience at Toledo, because a very good JC TE recruit - may- commit to NU if Marrow is retained?
And you apparently also believe NU should not have utilized his skills as a recruiter for the last 2 years because there was some possibility another school was going to offer him a full time job?
Are these the mistakes that you assert were made "in the management of Marrow"?
As a Cane fan I honestly feel like this is a complete toss up....but Al Golden and company pulled out all the stops...we must have flown out and seen him about 3 times in 2 weeks...crazy
What a recruiting job by Golden. Sanctions coming and poor facilites however it is a great city.
The NCAA is set to release its findings and penalties before the end of this year. It could very easily be worse than the USC ruling.
It's good to be the King.
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