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Sorry if I'm late to the party, but Evan Woodbery is reporting that Jabo Lee qualified but will not attend UT in the fall. So this leaves us thin in the RB depth chart. Thoughts? Is this correct? How late am I?
This post was edited by UT Weezie 9 months ago
He qualified? Interesting.
Well he qualified, but decommitted in a grammatically incorrect and misspelled tweet.
I bet Ryan is going to scream if he gets another question about Jabo.
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― Winston Churchill
Just had a friend tell me he heard it on WNML that Jabo said he did qualify to go to a 4 year university but that he's not going to UT.
Best of luck to the young lad.
Glad he's freeing up another scholarship for Butch and Co. to land another beast.
Couldn't agree more. Kids got talent but not ready to play SEC ball just yet. Bring on more for 2014!
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In the article Lee said he qualified for any division I school. I am assuming that the NCAA has minimum standards to qualify and each school has additional standards. So just because he qualified for any Division I school might not mean that he qualified for every Division I school depending on their own requirements.
Good so now we have 8 spots left for 2014?
I'm not sure you understand the phrase "light in the loafers".
"When we step on that football field, everyone flips a switch. And it's on..." - Butch Jones
My understanding is that Jabo's departure does not change our numbers for 2014, but it will free up a scholarship under the 85 limit for 2015.
"I'm like Wes." --Ryan Callahan
Thought the exact same thing. Not the proper context unless our RB corp is full of very feminine males (not that there is anything wrong with that).
This was my first thought.
If they can sashay across the goal line they can be light in the loafers all they want.
Yeah.... my bad. Not the way I meant it. I'll edit it. I didn't mean anything offensive by it.
I had to google it.
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