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That's Ms King D Bag.....pay attention ....
Wait, I'm not sure how to take this statement.
You were right about "meatchicken" fans all along..you win the bet. To think I defended them all these years, lol.
Take it under the assumption I am up to date on current USC v OSU history... now if you'll excuse me I'm drinking watching D12 at the line
This post was edited by BBucksorBeGone8 16 months ago
did you think you were going to play in Miami at the beginning of the year? Please set me straight on Massingtion then. From what I've seen is you did the kid dirty. Now he has 2 weeks to find a new school because your staff didn't tell him last week on in-home visit what they told him yesterday. Everyone with any sense knew Massingtion would be the first one cut. I'll give LFK credit though for making this look like it was all Massingtion's idea to decommit. LFK knew damn well the kid has to be an EE and then asked him to come in during the summer. This makes 2 years in a row LFK has accepted a commit only to see commit suffer ACL, or whatever knee injury the RB had last year, before pushing him aside. FightOn
This post was edited by star69 16 months ago
Keep lying duke..
Everyone saw this one coming except for the recruit, "so funny". Why wait so long to tell the kid to kick rocks?
How talented is Massington, injury aside?
Not sure if we have room available, especially for a WR, but gotta like his size at 6'3, 205. The fact that he was going to USC means obviously he is talented, just wondering if anyone had any actual report on him.
isn't it true that massington still has a usc offer, but he just can't EE because usc would then exceed the max limit in January?
What is happiness? The feeling that power is growing, that resistance is overcome.--Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche
Yes. He did not lose his offer.
You're referring to Kelvin York, and have no clue what you're talking about. He had an offer contingent on being an EE. He then couldn't be an EE at USC because he didn't take care of his business.
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