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I thought you said he drafted based on loyalty? Or that a player leaving for another school was a negative?
If so that eliminates a few players from being drafted, even if they are the best available.
Why should we have to go to class if we came here to play FOOTBALL, we ain't come to play SCHOOL, classes are POINTLESS
I agree with you on that one 100%. In fact I think the whole PSU team would have gone to USC had Kiffin been able to recruit them all. He is complete slime who the NCAA continues to let run places in to the ground. I wish nothing bad on Silas but as for Laney boy, I can't type what I want for him.
In the end Silas leaving meant we got to see ZZ, Dukes, and Day carry the ball. It let us see Zordich that Michael Z isn't just a ram back but a legitimate rb.
I miss Silas as I miss them all but being able to watch the others has given me a lot of fun the past 6 weeks.
Maybe Mr. former GM doesn't know what he's talking about, hence "FORMER GM."
Kiffin is like a snake oil salesman compared to Bill Obrien. Can't see any of our good players leaving especially to play for Kiffin!
Look, I don't like Kiffin and hate that Redd left as much as anyone. Maybe he just wanted to finish his education, have a chance at playing for the NC, and live his last year in So Cal. Maybe he wanted to get out of the negative talk around State College, who knows. Yeah, Kiffin's a jerk and I wanted Redd to stay, but it's over. Let's go ZZ, Zordich,Day, Belton, Dukes, and Lynch. We will remember these guys for what they did. Not some 2nd or 3rd string rb that is out of football in a few years.
Look at Hunt and Royster. Both better IMO. Not exactly lighting the world on fire in the NFL.
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