If you listen to him, and not the AJC or espn, he just
Nov 2, 2012, 12:15 AM
sounds like an 18 year old kid trying to figure out what's right for him. I think that's where I'm gonna leave it. He really shouldn't have to figure this stuff out in such a public way, and shame on the media for spinning every indecisive utterance of his into an angle for a story. I hope to see him play at Clemson, but I also hope he's at peace with wherever he ends up.
This whole thread is so pathetic. Including me for being...
Nov 2, 2012, 12:03 PM
here. People putting so much attention and emotion into the half-baked comments of children.
At what point will people realize recruiting coverage has gone way too far? This is unhealthy for all parties involved. We are in the middle of a football season... there is plenty of data to analyze, game film to critique, depth charts to second guess, playcalls to argue over... but SO much of the attention goes to the personal drama of kids and their families, when their silly posts on twitter or facebook are ravenously dissected. I wish we could all walk away from this gross situation we created.
will not be honored by many on Tigernet. We eat our young, create bulletin board material for opponents, create doubt among recruits and their coaches and parents. Anything with Coots, Spurrier, NK, SEC, or Swofford will usually generate a ton of posts that are rediculous (including this one by me.)