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  1. He was a trooper, I'll say that, and gave it his all. 8-2 ain't too shabby!
  2. So is Jurkovic, but he burned his bridges to ND faster than an arsonist.
  3. I am pretty certain ND would limit itself to a grad transfer at QB with MInchey and Carr coming in the next 2 years, so I bet they opt for some like Virginia's Brennan Armstrong in the portal, a grad transfer. He threw for 2,210 yards, seven touchdowns and 12 interceptions in 2022. Armstrong has 9,034 passing yards, 58 touchdown passes and 20 rushing TDs in his career. He ranked 4th in all of FBS with 4,449 passing yards in 2021.
  4. Betcha Iowa would have scooped him up, if Michigan's McNamara had not already committed there. My bet is he lands with UConn in his home state or with UMass.
  5. Hold that puke: He will commit to Iowa
  6. Georgia Tech: fires former ND Offensive coordinator Chip Long and ND receivers coach Del Alexander.
  7. ISD has a crystal ball out for a new ND commit. Anyone know whom that might be?
  8. Drayk Bowen had himself a game! On Friday night, Bowen put his team on his back as he ran 35 times for 358 yards and five touchdowns while adding double-digit tackles as Andrean beat Bishop Luers 48-29 on a frozen field.
  9. Pitt's coach is sick to his stomach these days because not only has Minchey decommited, Slovis is pondering going back into the portal after this season, leaving the Pitt QB bare!!!
  10. McCall cause he can do it all. He is the engine behind Coastal Carolina. Without him, they are ordinary; with him at the helm they are dynamic!
  11. Navy just never gives up ho matter how far behind they get. But thew coaching of ND's defense in the second half was abysmal. When you have a team down by 22 at the half, you need need to dominate and put the game into blowout mode.
  12. His handlers must be seeing lots of NIL deals being thrown at him, no doubt.
  13. Well, confirming what we all knew, USC was paying off players decades before the NIL came into view, according to the NY Post and Twitter: Straight cash, homie. That’s what former NFL running back LenDale White claimed was left in a bag in his college apartment during his days at USC — to the tune of $150,000. The 37-year-old former All-American was a guest on Barstool Sport’s “Bussin’ With The Boys” podcast, hosted by former NFL player Will Compton and current Titans offensive tackle Taylor Lewan. During the interview, White was asked what sort of benefits he received while at USC, where he shared backfield duties with Heisman Trophy winner Reggie Bush, who was infamously stripped of the award after an investigation revealed that Bush had received improper benefits during his time there. “Are we talking about coaches? We talking about boosters? What?” Compton asked. White then shed light on what would happen when he’d get a new apartment. LenDale White in action during the 2006 Rose Bowl against Texas in Pasadena, California on Jan. 4, 2005. Kirby Lee/WireImage.com “I don’t really know what a coach or a booster is,” White said. “All I know is I had a nice house or apartment, and when I went in there, I know that there was somebody left something behind. I don’t know if it was for me or not, but I never told anybody they left it there, and I kept it.” Asked what the most amount of money he’d seen left somewhere, White said, “About $150,000. This is all just cash, rubber bands.” White also said he drove a Lexus GS400 while at the school.
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