rhymes with colt wrote:
TF/XC Coach wrote:
Finally some has put the reality out there. My favorite part
"As a side note it takes a trained eye of all one week (if that ) of practice to know if the kid is worth their freshman scholarship. You can see the body and the movement ... You know if the kid is going to be a full scholarship type kid almost immediately." You also know right away if a kid is going to be an "issue" kid - be it bad work ethic or a cancer on the team.
On the other hand, it takes a complete moron not to see what a terrible person BAS is.
Forget about this ridiculous notion that this is based on assessing these women based on a week of school or a week in which bad behavior became evident. That just might be relevant if it were one person. This is completely irrelevant when it is six (and all) of the individuals. This move has absolutely nothing to do with what they did or did not do at Tennessee. It was done as soon as the withdrawal period was over so that they were stuck at the school.
The more this ridiculous position is repeated the more idiotic those pushing that opinion seem. It is one thing to throw it up as a possibility without thinking through logically if this could happen. After the extremely unlikely chance for it to occur has been repeatedly pointed out the posters are shown to be trolls, possibly connected to the university and that can board on violations of NCAA rules. This whole thread ought to be packaged and sent to the SEC and the NCAA. I think that LetsRun can snag the IP addresses, in which case there could be some serious repercussions.