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i am curious as to your list of 4
Yeah I knew the pic was posted at the beginning, but didn't see the article anywhere. Must have missed it.
Like yourself, I'm appalled at the $5 bill. How can you tell recruits how much you love nonstop only to turn around and give them this? It's insulting.
"Nobody makes me bleed my own blood, nobody!"
oh ok, i didnt read the article, figured it was basically just the pic, or something along those lines, by bad
unless he wanted to give him money for a pack of smokes so he didnt have to break the Benjamins
I don't have a list actually, that was my attempt to get him to post again since he promised not too. Keep that here though, maybe he won't see it.
This post was edited by Red Goodman 18 months ago
full retard - I love me a little simple jack!
i know not of what you speak
Easier to understand how 85% chance he goes to Michigan, changes to Ole Miss all of sudden.
Ole Miss is really on the rise.
If you're gonna start catering to the recruits like the big boys you gotta know that he likes black n milds not smokes. Huge turnoff.
i find fault in that explanation in the reasoning that OK State stole him from yall, then OK took him from them...then we stole him from OK, much longer process...more money spent
5 pack of black and mild woodtips runs 5-7 dollars depending on what store you go to...i likes my woodtips and still consider them smokes, not scags but still smokes
Kid stated Michigan wasn't recruiting him as hard as other schools.
Once stuff got shady they probably pulled off the reins a little.
You actually inhale that chit? I thought y'all just gottem for the smell.
naw, most ppl that smoke em inhale, some dont but most do and the smell is completely different than the taste acutally
Didn't you know ... They won 7 games last year and beat North Dakota Central of Montana in their bowl game. Rise Rise RIse
Of course they did. I love how errbody in this fk'n thread is innocent!
ha happy with 7 wins from a team that was 2-10 and only 57 scholarship players haha and yea we beat a pitiful pitt team, their fans showed up more than the team did
Michigan has stopped recruiting kids plenty of times over the years when things get shady, believe what you want though.
I'm not naive enough to think Michigan complies with all rules, but I can tell you they are not paying players to gain their signatures.
Every school cheats to a degree, not all schools pay players for signatures though. May happen in SEC country, doesn't happen much in B1G country.
This post was edited by mriderblue12 18 months ago
I am not a hater. I am just getting tired of hearing about a team that hasn't done shit on the field besides go better than 500. Also, Frick Ole Miss from LSUs standpoint.
God, I would hope not. No one would be stupid enough to pay for those players.
in all honesty all the talk of us about to become a power kinda annoys me, not saying i dont wanna see it happen but i too want to see on field production before i got around really talking about how great we are, the only thing i ask is recognition of the fact we did make a huge turnaround, not to mention took yall down to the wire until a Cannon replay. also Geaux to Hell LSU from the Ole Miss standpoint
Only at OSU.
Yeh Michigan is bringing in some real stinkers this year.
The exact same thing is my belief at Alabama coupled with the fact we've simply become an NFL farm league team the last 4 years. Bama doesn't have to pay players in all honesty, recruits want to win (from day one) and be prepped for the next level, they know they'll get both in abundance in Tuscaloosa.
Would love to see them on the field first.
Remember, 6 months ago Denard was a legend. Decent talent looks great when they play in the Midwest.
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