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according to several threads on rivals and GH---- will yeatman is transferring-- and i think its to north carolina-----i dont feel this is a big loss at all-- he has had a difficult time contributing-- and with rudolph seasoned by this year-- and other young TEs ragone- fauria- eifert-------i think it was always doubtful if he would return to the program after his difficulties-- of course we will be chasing 85 schollies till 2025 but what can you do

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I think Yeatman got screwed on that random bust. I don't fault him for transferring.

 

I wish him well, it's too bad he didn't get to fulfill his potential here.

 

UNC would be a good fit, good Football, and I imagine decent Lacrosse.

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Can't blame him, the first arrest he clearly was at fault and should have had the punishment but the second arrest was a bunch of crap and showed they were gunning for him. I wish him well and hope he has a full career, he is a very good lacrosse player, also.

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lets wait til it's official , i think he will change his mind? , most of the time its BEST TO FIGHT BACK , not quit on run , i think he should stay . what say you ? go irish

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It's a shame because he was the best blocking TE we had. He was a better blocker than those who played O-line, IMO.

 

He realizes that the first time he got caught it was his fault but the second time was pure BS. I wish him all the best and hope he has a productive career. We'll miss him both in football and lacrosse.

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best for both parties.

 

I don't think it's good for ND... it's actually kind of sad.

 

Will clearly enjoyed being here, and was willing to make amends and pay dues.

 

I think the 2nd bust is disappointing as there was really no due process, as far as could gather from reports.

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in all honesty, if you know you're under the microscope then you're telling me he couldnt wait another month til he turned 21? bad judgement again on his part both times.

 

ND now can let their younger TEs get more PT. To tell ya the truth, I feel Yeatman would've moved to tackle next year anyway.

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in all honesty, if you know you're under the microscope then you're telling me he couldnt wait another month til he turned 21? bad judgement again on his part both times.

 

ND now can let their younger TEs get more PT. To tell ya the truth, I feel Yeatman would've moved to tackle next year anyway.

 

I would have liked to have seen him at tackle quick and athletic - Could have been a battle between him and Romine for the LT spot - I just don't think Duncan has the feet for LT??

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I don't know how you guys know so much about the players, I could never keep track, this forum is very knowledgeable for sure, plus I really don't know the game well enough to critic a specific player down to their technique and such.

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Can't blame him, the first arrest he clearly was at fault and should have had the punishment but the second arrest was a bunch of crap and showed they were gunning for him. I wish him well and hope he has a full career, he is a very good lacrosse player, also.

 

Ok...I'll take the bait. Exactly how was the second arrest BS and how were the cops "gunning for him"? Just curious as to what information led to this opinion.

 

Will Yeatman needs to learn a lesson about decision making and quitting shouldn't even be an option (does he have parents). Look, this certainly isn't a stump speech...heaven knows I had to learn that lesson several times. I'm just glad I had two great parents that didn't let me change the course of my life as I was learning them. This is about personal accountability and growth, not about pointing fingers and running away.

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Ok...I'll take the bait. Exactly how was the second arrest BS and how were the cops "gunning for him"? Just curious as to what information led to this opinion.

 

Will Yeatman needs to learn a lesson about decision making and quitting shouldn't even be an option (does he have parents). Look, this certainly isn't a stump speech...heaven knows I had to learn that lesson several times. I'm just glad I had two great parents that didn't let me change the course of my life as I was learning them. This is about personal accountability and growth, not about pointing fingers and running away.

 

Amen Dome!

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Im not sure about being specifically targeted anymore than "generic ND student". The excise police have been engaging in some very exploitative tactics for the last few years.

In that sense he was unfairly targeted. Due to the first offense, the punishment for the second was completely disproportionate.

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