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Lubick -- Er, Bonerpop couch update: Phil Longo edition

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  • dncdnc Posts: 29,426
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    dnc said:

    dnc said:

    dnc said:

    If we got Shea Patterson we beat Auburn next year. If Browning starts we fucked.

    He won't be eligible until 2019 dumbass
    Coaching change. You can play immediately if your coach leaves or your school is placed on sancations. That's why Michigan wants him so bad.
    You serious clark?
    I'm pretty sure.
    Ex. Noah Dickerson could have transferred and played right away.
    Silas Reed former PSU RB transferred to SC and played right away.
    The Penn State thing was a unique special exemption.

    Generally speaking you sit out a year on a transfer unless you're a graduate.

    Pretty sure you're wrong on this.
    http//twitter.com/kylerowland/status/938456418532937728
    Nope coaching changes and sancations.
    Not coaching changes, you're wrong on that. Oregon kids can't transfer and play next year.

    They might be making another sanctions exception for the OM kids.
    CFetters_Nacho_Lover
  • FremontTrollFremontTroll Posts: 2,143
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    dnc said:

    dnc said:

    If we got Shea Patterson we beat Auburn next year. If Browning starts we fucked.

    He won't be eligible until 2019 dumbass
    Coaching change. You can play immediately if your coach leaves or your school is placed on sancations. That's why Michigan wants him so bad.
    You serious clark?
    I'm pretty sure.
    Ex. Noah Dickerson could have transferred and played right away.
    Silas Reed former PSU RB transferred to SC and played right away.
    PSU transfers were eligible right away because PSU got a 4-year bowl ban ie everyone on roster’s entire period of eligibility.

    Ole Miss only got banned for this year and next year. Shea has two years of eligibility remaining so he would not get the waiver.
    backthepackdnc
  • FremontTrollFremontTroll Posts: 2,143
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    Again, the first go around with Shea was shady. Unless the family already got all the money they want I expect this time will be the same. No chance we get involved.

    Just follow Sean Patterson’s “career”- hired as GA at Arizona when Shea verballed to Rich Rod then moved to LSU when Shea was looking to stay home then was quickly hired at Ole Miss as Shea flipped on signing day.
    backthepackdncguntlove
  • backthepackbackthepack Posts: 5,191
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    dnc said:

    dnc said:

    dnc said:

    dnc said:

    If we got Shea Patterson we beat Auburn next year. If Browning starts we fucked.

    He won't be eligible until 2019 dumbass
    Coaching change. You can play immediately if your coach leaves or your school is placed on sancations. That's why Michigan wants him so bad.
    You serious clark?
    I'm pretty sure.
    Ex. Noah Dickerson could have transferred and played right away.
    Silas Reed former PSU RB transferred to SC and played right away.
    The Penn State thing was a unique special exemption.

    Generally speaking you sit out a year on a transfer unless you're a graduate.

    Pretty sure you're wrong on this.
    http//twitter.com/kylerowland/status/938456418532937728
    Nope coaching changes and sancations.
    Not coaching changes, you're wrong on that. Oregon kids can't transfer and play next year.

    They might be making another sanctions exception for the OM kids.
    It's an exemption you are correct. Basketball you can transfer and play right away.
  • dncdnc Posts: 29,426
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    Yeah, you're 100% wrong about coaching changes. Semi wrong on sanctions.

    link

    Only those in their last year of eligibility get to play immediately in the event of transferring away from sanctions.
    On the recommendation of the Committee on Infractions, for a student-athlete who transfers to a member institution to continue the student-athlete’s opportunity for full participation in a sport because the student-athlete’s original institution was placed on probation by the NCAA with sanctions that would preclude the institution’s team in that sport from participating in postseason competition during all of the remaining seasons of the student-athlete’s eligibility.
    Their could be an exception for Patterson, but probably not.
    If Patterson transfers, he’ll probably have to sit out next season.
    That’s the standard NCAA rule. There might be some mechanism available to Patterson and other Rebels to play immediately, given the school’s current situation. But the official rulebook exception doesn’t cover Patterson because he’s got two years left of college eligibility, while Ole Miss’ postseason ban only covers one of those .

    Another Rebel, sophomore safety Deontay Anderson, is suing the program and alleging he was misled during his recruitment. He wants to be eligible immediately elsewhere and is reportedly petitioning the NCAA for immediate eligibility. It’s not clear how that petition will unfold, but non-graduate transfers almost always have to sit a season.

    Will be chinteresting to see how it plays out with the OM kids, but generally you're sitting a year. Patterson expecting to be able to play right away just means he's likely to be disappointed. I'd be shocked if Anderson's petition succeeds.
    backthepack
  • dncdnc Posts: 29,426
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    dnc said:

    dnc said:

    If we got Shea Patterson we beat Auburn next year. If Browning starts we fucked.

    He won't be eligible until 2019 dumbass
    Coaching change. You can play immediately if your coach leaves or your school is placed on sancations. That's why Michigan wants him so bad.
    You serious clark?
    I'm pretty sure.
    Ex. Noah Dickerson could have transferred and played right away.
    Silas Reed former PSU RB transferred to SC and played right away.
    PSU transfers were eligible right away because PSU got a 4-year bowl ban ie everyone on roster’s entire period of eligibility.

    Ole Miss only got banned for this year and next year. Shea has two years of eligibility remaining so he would not get the waiver.
    To clarify, Ole Miss self imposed 2017 ban and the NCAA added a 2018 ban. Patterson's eligibility extends through 2019.

    He might expect to get exempt but there's no reason to think he will be.
    backthepack
  • backthepackbackthepack Posts: 5,191
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    dnc said:

    dnc said:

    dnc said:

    If we got Shea Patterson we beat Auburn next year. If Browning starts we fucked.

    He won't be eligible until 2019 dumbass
    Coaching change. You can play immediately if your coach leaves or your school is placed on sancations. That's why Michigan wants him so bad.
    You serious clark?
    I'm pretty sure.
    Ex. Noah Dickerson could have transferred and played right away.
    Silas Reed former PSU RB transferred to SC and played right away.
    PSU transfers were eligible right away because PSU got a 4-year bowl ban ie everyone on roster’s entire period of eligibility.

    Ole Miss only got banned for this year and next year. Shea has two years of eligibility remaining so he would not get the waiver.
    To clarify, Ole Miss self imposed 2017 ban and the NCAA added a 2018 ban. Patterson's eligibility extends through 2019.

    He might expect to get exempt but there's no reason to think he will be.
    My mistake.
    SwayeDennis_DeYoungdnc
  • RoadDawg55RoadDawg55 Posts: 18,494
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    He’s been a productive coach. Also coached at Sam Houston State and we all know UW wants to recruit in Texas.

    I don’t like that he’s a pass happy, air raid guy, but other than that, it’s a big hire.
    backthepackDennis_DeYoungwhuggy
  • dncdnc Posts: 29,426
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    He’s been a productive coach. Also coached at Sam Houston State and we all know UW wants to recruit in Texas.

    I don’t like that he’s a pass happy, air raid guy, but other than that, it’s a big hire.

    When OM hired him one of the big things my Roobs raved about what his ability to run the ball in addition to throwing it (with Chad Kelly OM had basically no running game). Not sure if those reports held up, but it was definitely something they liked about the hire.
    GrundleStiltzkinRoadDawg55backthepackDennis_DeYoung
  • RoadDawg55RoadDawg55 Posts: 18,494
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    dnc said:

    He’s been a productive coach. Also coached at Sam Houston State and we all know UW wants to recruit in Texas.

    I don’t like that he’s a pass happy, air raid guy, but other than that, it’s a big hire.

    When OM hired him one of the big things my Roobs raved about what his ability to run the ball in addition to throwing it (with Chad Kelly OM had basically no running game). Not sure if those reports held up, but it was definitely something they liked about the hire.
    He did have a 1,000 yard runner at Ole Miss.
    dncbackthepackDennis_DeYoung
  • BallzDeepBallzDeep Posts: 1,168
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    1. Why would he leave an OC job to be just a position coach again? If that happens it's a power move by Petersen.

    2. Bonerpop irritates me but I would rather have him replaced by a charismatic black coach. If Pete hires this Longo guy he better be like our version of Nansen and kill it recruiting.

    3. What does Twitter say about LB coach possibilities. Has Cort Dennison been followed?
    backthepackCFetters_Nacho_Lover
  • TequillaTequilla Posts: 12,794
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    Dennis hits in on the head ...

    Bonerpopper isn’t necessarily someone you want to move on from because you can certainly do much worse and our on field performance by and large is very good ... you can clearly see players getting better

    But at the same time, I do think you have to seriously question whether he can get that elite RB out of California like we were able to do in the early 90s like Nip
    Dennis_DeYoungBaseman
  • backthepackbackthepack Posts: 5,191
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    Angry troll is best troll
    BallzDeepDennis_DeYoungFremontTrolldnc
  • tvoietvoie Posts: 733
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    Seems like a super weird hire. Is the consensus that he’s a solid coach and good recruiter?
    biak1
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