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CashMoneyCane

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Location-wise, I agree. Maybe he likes the atmosphere of playing at home in front of 90,000 Bucknuts than our usual 25,000 fans.
For a grand total of about 25 hours a year.

That's definitely a logical approach to choosing a place to live.
 

Canes_U_Pride

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That's fine, but how do you know he's better? At least I've seen Hurts do it in big games. Not saying Martell won't be good. I just don't think he's the one.
I hear you but I'd be inclined to get someone instead of rolling with the pornstar and the drug lord or Williams whom I haven't seen enough to judge
 

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They have arm talent that Martel doesn't. The few passes he's thrown in games look mechanical and not natural. Jarren hasn't played much, but we saw film and his Spring game. You can tag on N'kosi about his maturity, but the kid has arm talent. If our Oline could block and our receivers didn't drop so many passes, Perry would have had a higher completion percentage.

You can't deny the dimes he thru in the FIU-FSU games. He needs to he more mature and dedicated.

Martell can join the QB room here I don't care. I just think it's a waste of time.
Kosi is a moron and likely won’t be on team in spring. Dude has shyt for brains
 

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For a grand total of about 25 hours a year.

That's definitely a logical approach to choosing a place to live.
It's the perception of a big time program vs. one that's no longer that. Also, would you rather spend August practicing in the heat, rain and humidity of Miami or the relatively temperate Columbus?

The weather issue might not apply to a Martell but ... linemen carrying 300+ pounds. You know they think about that! The IPF could really help us there.
 

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Want this dude bad. Can you imagine a 5* Martell for three years with 5* Lingard with SHOULD be 5* Payton and Jordan. All with an actual OC and Manny's defense. Holy hell
 

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Kosi is a moron and likely won’t be on team in spring. Dude has shyt for brains
Kid has made some bad decisions, but if he leaves, then how does that help us? Even if you like Martell, he won't be eligible to play until 2020. So, Jarren would start in 2019 and Martell would take over in 2020? Makes no sense.
 

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ya I bet people said that about mayfeild/murray too but ou only won both them heismans and made cfp with them but mayfeild went number 1 and murray is expected to go top 10 in nfl draft so yea that's a tired old statement with 0 facts. will greier also transferred martell is leaving cause it was his job and he had waited and earned it and he knows if fields gets waiver just gonna hand job to fields he has 0 shot to beat him out and would have to sit 2 more years and he isn't doing that its not he doesn't want to compete he just doesn't want to get sat on bench even if he is better option
So you are comparing Martell to Murray and Mayfield? And you think Martell will win a Heisman? LMAO :rk5i6fxwjlgev5j6.jpg:

You think he won't sit the bench at Miami? I think Jarren and N'kosi have better arm talent.
 

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Kid has made some bad decisions, but if he leaves, then how does that help us? Even if you like Martell, he won't be eligible to play until 2020. So, Jarren would start in 2019 and Martell would take over in 2020? Makes no sense.
NCAA has been pretty accommodating with waiver requests as of late. Good chance he'll be able to play in 2019.

Could argue that the new coaching philosophy disadvantages him in terms of being able to get on the field.

Could argue that he was deeply disturbed by tOSU's handling of the Urban Meyer scandal, and cannot in good conscious continue to be a part of a school with such low moral standards.
 

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NCAA has been pretty accommodating with waiver requests as of late. Good chance he'll be able to play in 2019.

Could argue that the new coaching philosophy disadvantages him in terms of being able to get on the field.

Could argue that he was deeply disturbed by tOSU's handling of the Urban Meyer scandal, and cannot in good conscious continue to be a part of a school with such low moral standards.
That's just laughable. Yah, I want a waiver because the coaching staff brought in a transfer and I don't want to compete. He's not getting a waiver. Just stop it.
 

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That's just laughable. Yah, I want a waiver because the coaching staff brought in a transfer and I don't want to compete. He's not getting a waiver. Just stop it.
I bet he does. Fields is going to use the racist remarks by the baseball player to support his waiver and he will likely be successful.

Martell will make a case that he strongly condemns violence against women and anyone who is complicit in violence against women, and that he cannot continue to be part of a football program that doesn't take a strong stance against such issues. Therefore, he has been forced to transfer due to moral objections, and should be granted a waiver to play immediately.

How much you want to bet he is successful with this type of argument?

Just like Asa Martin will be successful with his waiver too.
 

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I bet he does. Fields is going to use the racist remarks by the baseball player to support his waiver and he will likely be successful.

Martell will make a case that he strongly condemns violence against women and anyone who is complicit in violence against women, and that he cannot continue to be part of a football program that doesn't take a strong stance against such issues. Therefore, he has been forced to transfer due to moral objections, and should be granted a waiver to play immediately.

How much you want to bet he is successful with this type of argument?

Just like Asa Martin will be successful with his waiver too.
Maybe you can represent them with your arguments. LMAO :rk5i6fxwjlgev5j6.jpg:
 

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It's the perception of a big time program vs. one that's no longer that. Also, would you rather spend August practicing in the heat, rain and humidity of Miami or the relatively temperate Columbus?

The weather issue might not apply to a Martell but ... linemen carrying 300+ pounds. You know they think about that! The IPF could really help us there.
Are you really trying to argue that the weather in Columbus Ohio is better than Miami? FOH

Do you think people are stupid or something?
 

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I bet he does. Fields is going to use the racist remarks by the baseball player to support his waiver and he will likely be successful.

Martell will make a case that he strongly condemns violence against women and anyone who is complicit in violence against women, and that he cannot continue to be part of a football program that doesn't take a strong stance against such issues. Therefore, he has been forced to transfer due to moral objections, and should be granted a waiver to play immediately.

How much you want to bet he is successful with this type of argument?

Just like Asa Martin will be successful with his waiver too.
This is really good. Smart man.
 
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