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  1. Bucky

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    Wow definitely big news with Leach heading down to SEC Country. What kind of offense does Wazzou go with now?!

    Just noticed Safety Ty DeArman is transferring away from Oklahoma.. What a waste for him to have committed there. Glad he's getting out.
    Former BC Safety Evan Stewart transferred to Rhode Island.
     
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  2. white lightning

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    It funny you said that. On Max Borghi's Twitter Account he said that very same thing. He is excited to run the ball more. He might lead the pac 12 in rushing next year
    if the O-Line is better and they have some talent around him.
     
  3. DWF Upside

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    Great news for Borghi, as a traditional offense will showcase his skillset.
    This is definitely going to come off as a schzitzo or trollish response, but did anyone else have a dream involving Mike Leach last night? Im totally serious, the timing of this is very strange and Im not in the habit of Mike Leach dreams.
     
  4. Leonardfan

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    Leach’s jump into the SEC probably won’t do much to improve Miss St. There may be a slight bump but I really cannot see him deviating too much. His Washington st teams were pretty caste when looking at the geography - lots of polys littered the roster. My guess is he will pretty much recruit what the geography offers him in the SEC.

    I do hope to see Borghi put up great numbers next season though - it will be interesting to see who they replace Leach with.
     
  5. referendum

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    Jurkovec goes to BC, hopefully he can play next season. Glad to see white qbs seek out opportunities to start instead of sit on the bench.
     
  6. dwid

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    There's still plenty of great White athletes in the South, they're just lucky to get a backup role at an FCS college. I looked up some of the guys I followed when I lived in Louisiana. David Seeman who was on the same team as Joe McKnight, and a better runner, 5'10 almost 200 pounds, running a 4.5, state champion MVP. He wound up playing for the Belhaven Blazers, a d3 school in Mississippi. Another one with similar size and measurables became a backup Linebacker for McNeese St.

    I'm positive you could field a pretty competitive team if you went outside of the same talent pool every big SEC school has already combed through thoroughly. There's lots of "hidden" gems.
     
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  8. Leonardfan

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    Rolovich throws the ball a ton - a very similar scheme to Leach so It’s not looking good for Borghi to become a 20 carry per game rb. My guess is Rolovich will increase the poly pipeline to Washington state as well. A bad hire from our perspective.
     
  9. Leonardfan

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    Clemson QB Chase Brice to transfer out. Another QB worth following - he played well when call upon and will hopefully land a starting job.
     

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