And another! Darrion Daniels.

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THis one hurts the worst. Gonna have to score a lot of points next year, DL is going to be a big problem.
 

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This is just a response to the new transfer rules...IMHO, we are going to have to get used to this in football across the board.
 

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Let me give you a name. He played at an NAIA school. Not DIII, Not DII, not even FCS. NAIA. Dewey McClain, Linebacker, Atlanta Falcons a few (ok a bunch of) years ago. Just a stiff, couldn't even make it to NCAA football...
 

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Let me give you a name. He played at an NAIA school. Not DIII, Not DII, not even FCS. NAIA. Dewey McClain, Linebacker, Atlanta Falcons a few (ok a bunch of) years ago. Just a stiff, couldn't even make it to NCAA football...
For every one athlete that isn't good enough to play D1 that makes it to the NFL I could probably give you at least 500 that are like everyone thought. Not good enough to play D1. But yeah this ONE example from nearly 40 years ago totally proves it this kid we got at the last minute from JUCO is gonna be an all pro.
 

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Remember when we were the grad transfer destination and it was the greatest new rule ever made? Now we experience the flip side.
The rule change this year killed the market on grad transfers since they now take one of your 25 yearly spots. All transfers do now so they better be someone you really want.
 
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Reading through the twitter feeds above, someone mentioned "smoke" about a couple of our assistants getting ready to leave. Within the "no rumors" limitations here, is there any legitimacy to that statement?