As Clemson beat the crap out of Bama.We aint lining up against SEC defenses either. Hurts would be stepping down a level in competition from all sides.
FSU's defense stinks. VT defense sucks too. I'm pretty sure our O-Line did just fine against VT on the road. If we're in the ACC title game and Clemson is on the other side then Hurts did his job. We aint getting to the title game with any QB currently on the rosterAs Clemson beat the crap out of Bama.
Last I checked, we play UF, FSU, VT, and Clemson if we win the coastal. Bama plays UGA, LSU... the rest aren’t known for playing D.
Per the the Miami Herald, since he is enrolled at a JC, he will have 3 years of eligibility beginning in 2019.He has to sit out a year, right?
Makes you wonder why more kids don’t transfer to a JC in the spring then the new school in summer to play.Per the the Miami Herald, since he is enrolled at a JC, he will have 3 years of eligibility beginning in 2019.
Per NCAA rules, you only need to complete the following:
You are a qualifier: At your two-year school, did you: 1 2 3
Complete at least one semester or quarter as a full-time student? Summer school does not count.
Complete an average of 12 transferable credit hours in each term you attended full time?*
Earn a GPA of 2.500 in those transferable credit hours?
ANSWER YES TO ALL 3? CONGRATULATIONS YOU'RE IMMEDIATELY ELIGIBLE AT YOUR NEW SCHOOL!!!!
Kid is 6'3". That's going to extend his "defender radius" a lot. He'll be able to cover tall receivers and go after those 50/50 balls. Make no mistake, this is a huge pickup especially considering where we are with recruiting.Look at tyson campbell this year...or even artie burns. Id rather take the polished guy than the fast one.
Well, the only reason to go to JC is if your going to play right away at the new school. You lose a year of eligibility if you go to JC.Makes you wonder why more kids don’t transfer to a JC in the spring then the new school in summer to play.