You guys know that scholarship players can come back to school for free, after their career is over.
I say get the money while the money is good. You can always converse back and finish your degree.
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Dude, we haven't cornered the market on the Kool Aid. EVERY team's fans at the end of the season look forward to next year and at the beginning of the season are thinking we're better this year. It's what FANS do. Then of course there are the perpetual whiners! Very few people can look...
I know you posted someone else's thoughts on the state of the UNLV program, but isn't a bit early for this person to be making this statement? You might feel good about a coaching hire, but generally it takes two or three seasons before you know how it's going to work out.
At Houston he had Ed Oliver. That dude would help anyone's resume.
At Texas, between their recruiting budget and well... being Texas, and they shouldn't have issues with depth.
We'll see where Orlando lands and what he does at his next gig. So far I'm not that impressed.
Why the hell would we hire a Whorns retread? Why is his name spelled To__ Orlan_o in Texas?
He couldn't put together a top defense with the talent that Texas recruits what would he be able to do here? If you can't bring out the best in a 5* recruit, how are you going to do it in a 3*?