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Pro Source Sports @ProSourceSport
Pro Source Sports is excited to announce that LSU OT Chris Faulk had joined the Pro Source Sports family!!
Wow. Wasn't expecting that but really don't care.
225 on fire. I'm a Southern Jag, LSU Tiger. I mean that.- Lyrical genus Mouse on Tha Track
Collins finally gets to play LT now at least
Very very disappointing. I know that others have left early for different reasons but this is getting ridiculous. What is going on with Miles and staff?
This tells me there is unrest with the offensive players left on the team ....
Nobody wants to play Offense with Stud and Miles at the helm anymore ....
ThePurpleHaze is a message board "Jackal"
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Silly, silly guy.
Moving on. Excited for the 2013 team now! Saw an interesting tweet from Ponamsky a couple of days ago that read, "fresh start, good for all involved". I think I agree, and I'm going to look at this in more of a positive light. We have a young team, but they are hungry and will form their own bond. I like it.
This is a terrible decision, what is he thinking?
Paul Mainieri = 358-147 ovr (70.9%), 136-100 SEC (57.6%), 21-10 NCAA (67.7%), 3 CWS App., 2 SEC Titles, 1 National Title
when you have as many breakout sophmore stars as we had in 2011, these type of guys rarely stay two more years. without that injury, he's probably the first to declare. and now with the new rookie pay structure, more guys are gonna leave. a frustrating season may have made decisions easier, but ultimately there arent gonna be many guys who stick around to start for 3 seasons, particularly when they redshirted and have been here for 4 years, as some of them have. faulks case is certainly different, but if he got something like a 3rd round grade, that may have been enough, and the money difference isnt as big as it was 2 years ago, so there is less incentive to stay. your also a year closer and a year younger when your up for your second contract, if you make it that far. For RBs, the length of a rookie contract is pretty much less than the avg playing career for Rbs. and i think RBs in particular are going to be a big part of the 3 and out'ers. and you can be sure that agents and advisors are making the new changes to rookie salaries and how that affects these players, perfectly clear.
i think you will see fewer redshirts from now on as well.
good luck to CF.
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by RoyMcAvoy 18 months ago
With the way he and his family immediately went into protect the pro career mode after the injury without even considering trying to get back for a potential national title season in 2012, he probably would have given a Ciron Black type senior year effort here anyway.
"In the SEC,you're a glorified run support guy.In the Big 12, you're a cover guy."-Bobby Burton asking why DBs go SEC
This is the first one that I can say makes no sense.
you should. wow
there's something to be said here w/ all the defections. Deny all you want but this is abnormal
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