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Does this look like a kid who's going to abandon his teammates?

 

http://i380.photobucket.com/albums/oo249/Domer81/maxredfieldcammcdaniel.png~original?

 

Remember Davonte Neal? He was passionate as hell and look what happened.

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Please show me anything remotely as strong evidence that Devonte Neal loved his teamates? Good luck.

 

Look at any game from that 2012 season and u will see Neal on the sidelines highfiving, greeting players when they leave the field, etc. This team and mostly the QB, looks like they dont give a ****.

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Look at any game from that 2012 season and u will see Neal on the sidelines highfiving, greeting players when they leave the field, etc. This team and mostly the QB, looks like they dont give a ****.

 

So, when times are good that is an example of a players loyalty? Nonsense.

Try again sport.

 

Then, do yourself a favor, put on a pair of glasses that aren't knee deep in your own shiiite and look at the picture. This is a promising sophomore who is seeing some time on the bench as a motivational tool. He would be exhibit A in your clueless irrational fan fantasy world of Kelly losing the team, the team not caring blah, blah, blah.

 

Keep on deluding yourself. This picture is worth more than a thousand words.

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He would be exhibit A in your clueless irrational fan fantasy world of Kelly losing the team, the team not caring blah, blah, blah.

 

Keep on deluding yourself. This picture is worth more than a thousand words.

 

I'm going to respectfully disagree, Kelly has not "lost" the team, however he has beaten them down so far they lack the essential confidence to succeed... No player exhibits this more than Golson.

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I'm going to respectfully disagree, Kelly has not "lost" the team, however he has beaten them down so far they lack the essential confidence to succeed... No player exhibits this more than Golson.

 

Yet he was 16-24 for 66% completion rate for 236 yards 2 TD passes, on 2 pt conversion and 1 int. For a guy who was turning the ball over too much, he played more within himself and gave his team a chance to win or at least tie the game in the end. I thought he played good, not great, but hardly worthy of criticism of he or the coach.

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Some people on this site make absolutely no sense, how does someone saying They think Redfield might transfer make the a pseudo fan? I think he might after the last few games. Hugging a teammate shows compassion, that he's there for his brother giving him support. If he were to transfer lets say how would this prove he's not going to?

 

Sometimes a system, school, or coach just doesn't work for or fit a player. That could be Redfield or it might not be but this doesn't prove anything other then being there for a teammate. Some of you have no thought process.

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Nobody is EXPECTING him to transfer. I think it's more like nobody will be surprised.

 

Davontae Neal wanted to stay, but in the end his expectant girlfriend made the choice a no-brainer for him. Can't fault the kid.

 

A lot of Redfield's response probably depends on how the coaching staff is treating him behind the scenes. If they're treating him well, he probably isn't inclined to leave. If he's being shunned, I'd expect he WOULD leave, simply out of pride.

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Sometimes a system, school, or coach just doesn't work for or fit a player. That could be Redfield or it might not be but this doesn't prove anything other then being there for a teammate. Some of you have no thought process.

 

And you call your speculation a thought process? Too funny.

 

We'll see if Redfield abandons his teammates. I'm glad he got outside of his own personal problems to console his captain. This is the kind of thing that I hope and expect out of ND football players: An awareness of the concept of the importance of leaders and an awareness that leadership and team pride is more important than individual situations. It is indicative of Redfield's character development, which to me bodes well for his future at ND. I hope I'm right. There's way too much cynicism among the ND fanbase regarding our coaches and our players. Here's hoping the kid has a great career and becomes a great leader in the next three years.

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