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Everything posted by Synoptico

  1. Wow... this thread sure is something Original comment "I have seen enough", posted before the first game even ended.
  2. Will be interesting who gets spots on practice squads
  3. Grad school is probably a decentive. It took ND a while to allow graduate students not pursuing degrees. Often times the grad students are there just to play football and dont actually want the degree.
  4. Are you using light or dark theme? also, way to be constructive.
  5. I know. It was supposed to be a joke regarding my second point but apparently missed.
  6. Typically DVR but will go online for the Toledo game
  7. Couple of thoughts 1. I dont want a freshman QB, they are the the exception, not the norm. I would rather a stud (for arguments sake, lets call him D.J. Uiagalelei), site for a year under a older qb, then play as a soph... aka, exactly what is happening with Buckner. Most freshman QBs go through growing pains. I am sure ND fans would be very understanding growing pains with a top 10 teams. 2. Can we please please start spelling Rees' name correctly. He was a three year starting QB, now is a coach and OC? How hard is it to spell correctly?
  8. My only issue with it was havign it dark theme as default. now that ive updated mine, im good.
  9. No, but it is at their discretion, with their punishment. Also helps them to know how their players would do on an NCAA test. Also, helps to free up roster spots. I didnt play CBB but was a scholarship D1 athlete where the scholarship limitations from the NCAA is significant, ie, most are on partial scholarships. It was also a way for the school to free up those spots for failed tests and push people out of the program.
  10. Will be interesting in how ND and prospects approach in season OV's.
  11. I think part of this is that Madden hasnt had pads on at ND. They need to see him, and make him earn the spot, otherwise other players will feel like they dont even have a shot.
  12. NCAA tests are far more predictable. Institution ones are more random, but punishments are kept in house. Also, institution tests can be used to push people along/out. Ironically we had a group of people who were constantly tested, 4 people who were likely smoking pot, and the cleanest person on the team. He was tested every time with all rounds because school knew he would pass.
  13. FYI to people the reason why it matters is NCAA failed drug test is a 1 calendar year suspension, institutional test has institutional punishment. When I was a SA, NCAA tests were rarer, typically 1 time a year plus after NCAA sanctioned events (ie postseason) whereas institutional were more regular
  14. If you are talking about the podcast, he said it wasnt a failed NCAA test. might be semantics, might not be. Again if that was the source. if it was elsewhere, my comment is irrelevant.
  15. @Big23Head fyi, i know it shows up fine on dark mode, but this is what it looks like on light mode
  16. Fair enough, that makes sense.
  17. Maybe it is just me, but i dont like the bat signals.
  18. On a recent pod it seemed like he felt he was already being recruited over and would be burried on a depth chart with the way recruiting is going.
  19. Success brings success. Why does bama win, because they get the best players, because they win.
  20. Speaking of which, i forget when it was like 2 or 3 years ago where they got so many back to back to back the same night, or night after night.
  21. Not replacing anyone so the more help the better
  22. I mean he was the starting QB for three years and is the OC, you could at least get his name right. it is Rees, not Reese
  23. Could also be homesick this far away from cali
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