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Does this effect us in a positive way for Bellamy or Levenberry?
Why would anybody goto Miami right now?
Jimbo won't let him call the plays... From what I've read, he was paid $390k a year to coach TEs and formulate game plans, but not call the plays. He turned down the KY OC job in December, and Miami offered a half million.
I understand what you're saying though, with the NCAA looming sanctions...
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by allwillbeorange 15 months ago
maybe cause the NCAA just shot itself in the foot on their "investigation" of the U...too busy tracking down the real criminals out there giving hot dogs to recruits..
I am not sure but beauty is in the eye of the beholder. While the rationale might be different, many could ask similar questions about our program. IMO, both programs have seen better days. (Btw, I'm not bashing your post, just giving my thoughts on the subject...) GBO!
I hear you on that but they are more than likely bout to get hammered
I was hoping it might help with the QB Franklin. But maybe instability will help us with the other two also.
Not sure if you saw this but at this point I wouldn't be surprised if it is just a slap on the wrist. Who knows how much of what they found against Miami was found illegitimately. .
CORAL GABLES, Fla. (AP) After nearly two years, the NCAA has finally announced some of the wrongdoing discovered during the investigation of Miami's athletic compliance practices.
Thanks.. your prob right
Correct looks like the U will come out smelling like a rose in this
For $500k, a chance to move my family back home, and an opportunity to do my job..., I would too.
This post was edited by allwillbeorange 15 months ago
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