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Distance was not the problem, getting blown out was. He wasn't confident in the coaching staff, i would feel like that to if the team i was going to was getting blown out everytime. But those schools have things that ND doesn't. And that is a recent history of playing good defense. ND gets blown out.

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Hunter was sold a bill of goods by the Liar. He has to look no further than Trattou who was sold to UF on the fear that he would be forced to play DT at ND. Surprise surprise, he is listed as a DT at UF.

 

Meyer is a honorless manipulating liar. And anyone who believes his BS is a schmuck.

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Actually NY, you are pretty wrong. I talked to a buddy of mine, right after I posted, to see what Omar meant about the coaching situation. According to him Omar was referring to the fact Charlie was going to pull his scholly. My buddy said Omar was taking a shot at the coaching staff, because he tried to play the field behind their back, ND caught wind of this and said their policy is set in stone. So Omar decommited. I really like this stance by Charlie, i don't think this is as big of a lose as everyone is crying about. Yes he will be good, but I always look at Ohio State, USC, Florida etc and say "how can they cheer for those guys?". I never want to do that with an ND player. See you Omar and good luck. Just try to be gracious and shut your mouth about ND. You knew the deal when you comitted.

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Honestly, I'm not that worried about this. I think Ian Williams played great at the end of last year. Brandon Newman is impressing in San Antonio, and Hafis Williams is an under the radar talent as well. Hunter would have been great to get but he plays a position that no matter how good, it's tough to be a playmaker or game change type player.

 

The one thing that does worry me about this is i hope this isn't a tip of the iceberg type deal. I know he's been the only one that there has been verbal speculation about wavering. I just hope this doesn't start a domino effect. I can live with this if we keep the other 21 and add a few more named DWalk, D Jones, and GRob.

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Actually NY, you are pretty wrong. I talked to a buddy of mine, right after I posted, to see what Omar meant about the coaching situation. According to him Omar was referring to the fact Charlie was going to pull his scholly. My buddy said Omar was taking a shot at the coaching staff, because he tried to play the field behind their back, ND caught wind of this and said their policy is set in stone. So Omar decommited. I really like this stance by Charlie, i don't think this is as big of a lose as everyone is crying about. Yes he will be good, but I always look at Ohio State, USC, Florida etc and say "how can they cheer for those guys?". I never want to do that with an ND player. See you Omar and good luck. Just try to be gracious and shut your mouth about ND. You knew the deal when you comitted.

 

That's true. If anything, I respect Charlie more now because of what Omar said.

 

If that punk wants to play for a liar who runs an insane asylum down in the dirtiest conference in the country, go for it. 'll side with Charlie and ND any day. If you don't want to be here, I don't want you.

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i think the problem was he got a lot of attention this year. At the beggining of the year he was underrated, and as the year went on people started to see who this kid was, and i personally think all the attention got to him. I think its BS about the distance though, why wasnt that a problem when he first was looking at schools up north?

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The distance thing is a bogus excuse. USC is much further away than ND. He got caught with his hand in the cookie jar and when the ND staff called him out on it, he tucked his tail and ran, simple as that.

 

He is dishonest to say the least.

 

The fact that Meyer encourages this type of behavior is shocking.

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