OL Grad Transfer Offer

CaneSwag1995

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Two offensive linemen were drafted last year from FCS...
That’s one year. I’m not saying they dominate the NFL, but there is a lot on NFL rosters.

Whenever I turn on Monday Night Football, there is usually some cat from Southern Wyoming State of Technology...or some shyt like that.
 
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Maverick

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Our last three grad transfers ended up in the NFL, and Tito is likely to get an NFL look as well.

This is good news. We need a grad transfer tackle.
And this is our answer to Tarquin and Eguakun (the only two OL committed) wavering and visiting UF 20 days away from signing period.
 

ThomasM

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That’s one year. I’m not saying they dominate the NFL, but there is a lot on NFL rosters.

Whenever I turn on Monday Night Football, there is usually some cat from Southern Wyoming State of Technology or some shyt like that.
I hear ya. I always find myself thinking, "Man, I wish he played for UM!" There are always some guys that just bloom late and don't get big offers right out of high school.
 

ddann

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Okay, we can check the OL need off the list. That's been taken care of.

Now go out and get a serviceable grad transfer QB and 3 or 4 WRs that can catch a ball when it hits them in the hands.

We're so close to fixing this thing.
 

rokulika

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We keep having to apply wart band-aids and vagina cream to the rooster to mask deficiencies in crootin.'

Why does it seem like when we strike out on a big fish, the backup plan's offers are always from Rice, Duquesne, Montana, SMU, Illinois State, Louisiana Tech, Old Dominion and Texas-San Antonio.
 
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