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Thanks, i was just relaying what we are hearing.
Obviously, but you thinking that these staff people know what Saban is doing behind the scenes means you are a fool but I already knew that
They haven't a clue about who Saban tells don't have spots, nor do they know what his actual board looks like
So keep on thinking you know, just makes it easier to laugh at you
Obviously, but you thinking that these staff people know what Saban is doing behind the scenes means you are a fool
Well i have a very good idea of how it looks. You must not be very good with context clues...its very easy right now to tell who is a take and who isn't with the limited spots, but I wouldn't expect you to understand that.
keep telling yourself that, most losers like you take pride in pretending they know what Saban or any coach is doing in regards to recruiting
What happens if somebody on the team is leaving and Saban knows it, thus a spot opening up ? but I bet you know all about it as well huh ?
Get real, you don't have a fuggin clue about how many spots Bama actually has open or who Saban is thinking of adding or not adding
Leaving the team as of today - Fluker, Lacy, Milliner....and the seniors. If anyone else is leaving the program we would have more spots...its easy math, but again i wouldn't expect you to understand that.
Okay, I understand. This must be how the Logan Tuley-Tillman recruitment went as well.
That is a good question. I think he really favored Michigan over Alabama, and i think they were in the drivers seat from the beginning however.
What did you hope to gain by getting this information from BOL and bringing here? I hope it wasn't to rub it in to Michigan fans, because it is apparent you are losing that cause.
Non-committable offers are the dumbest things ever.
Nope my point was to bring it here to express why he went back to Michigan, and how good our staff felt about other prospects at this time.
He went to Michigan because his father just passed away and wanted to be close to his family.
He was never going to Bama. Dawson was a Michigan since the re-offer.
Hey Jos Mit, did Henry Poggi have a non-commitable offer too???
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Nope he had an offer...for your information, DAWSON DOES NOT HAVE A COMMITTABLE OFFER FROM ALABAMA. That is 100% fact. Every coach has different ways of handling recruiting...
He had an offer, had a visit planned, got reoffered by Michigan, visted, committed. Wasnt ever going to Alabama
Well according to your OP he was going to commit on his OV to Bama. How do you commit with a non-commitable offer? Quite the contradiction.
Did Saban tell you this?
Let me guess David Knevel had a committable offer tho?? LULZ
Lol, how close did you follow Dawson's recruitment? Absolutely 0% he would have gone to Alabama. Over the past couple months he said repeatedly that he would be staying close to home for college. He doesn't want to be far from his mom and family at all.
Commitable offer or not, he was never going to go to Alabama. Which is probably why they started all this talk. Pulling a good old non-commitable offer for a kid that isn't going to end up there. That's so Buckeye-esque.
Man... maybe Hoke should change Treadwell's offer to non-commitable. So dumb.
No buckeyes just told me they don't need o lineman in the thread that they moved up til 3 in the rankings.
They can win without O-lineman according to a few loose nuts
This post was edited by victorsclub 19 months ago
To answer you question..no he didnt. He was asked to walk on however.
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