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Great stuff on Burns. Would be awesome to land him. Sonny is he a CB all the way or can he play safety as well?
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by Sonny Shipp on 1/19/2013 at 6:42 AM
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Great info in this wrap. Lots of great stuff in the thread too.Thanks for all of the info and everyone's thoughts.
We've reached the point where changes in expectations for who LSU finishes up with are occurring day-to-day now instead of week-to-week. Burns being realistic is fantastic news.
The most recent post on Manny Navarro's U of M recruiting blog says:
"Miami Northwestern safety Artie Burns, who received a visit at school Wednesday from LSU coach Les Miles"
>>>>>The news of U of Miami being expected to receive info on the NCAA's findings came at a great time. Nothing definite about any sanctions is going to be made public before NSD, but speculation articles are beginning to appear daily in the Miami papers. I would also think the local news has something on it every night at 6 and 10 too. Burns & Carter are on campus with four or five other commits & some uncommitted guys this weekend. The Miami coaches will be able to distract them from it for a few days but I expect more news and speculation after the visit. This coming week should be big for these kids, their parents and everyone else in Miami. The tone of everything U of Miami related is getting pretty negative.
Just read this on Rivals today:
"Speaking of Miami, it looks like the NCAA will come down with sanctions in the spring or early summer, which leaves the Canes in limbo and will continue to hurt recruiting. When you have more commitments from New Jersey than Dade or Broward County at this stage, even with a smaller class, it's clear that the NCAA deal is having an impact."
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Would love to get both Burns and Carter from Miami bc I think we lose Cutrer to grades and miss on Willis and Goodman
Incredible Energy & Effort 2 put out another phenomenal wrap!!! Thx Guys for all of ur hard work in making this the best site 4 all things LSU.......
This post was edited by Sonny Shipp on 1/19/2013 at 6:39 AM
>>>>>>>LOOK at what happened during Miami's big recruiting weekend. When it rains...
Eye on the U Blog: http://miamiherald.typepad.com/umiami/
Unfortunate news for the Miami Hurricanes: OC Jedd Fisch leaves UM for same position at Jacksonville Jaguars
We all knew this would happen eventually.
I, for one, was hoping it wouldn't happen this season, but, naturally, not convinced that it wouldn't.
Hurricanes offensive coordinator Jedd Fisch, all-around good person, smart person, great communicator and teacher -- not to mention well-loved by his present and former players -- has left the University of Miami to become an offensive coordinator with the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Great hire by the Jaguars. Big loss for the Hurricanes.
The breaking news, first reported by ESPN's Adam Schefter, came on the same day Miami quarterback of the future Kevin Olsen is visiting the Coral Gables campus with his parents. Kevin really likes Jedd Fisch, as well as Coach Al Golden, and repeatedly has said the coaches are a big reason he's strongly committed to the Canes.
Fisch did wonders with Stephen Morris, and former quarterback Jacory Harris for that matter. But we all had a strong feeling he wanted to return one day to the NFL.
So now, in between hosting recruits today and dealing with the NCAA issues, Golden has to find an offensive coordinator that will make everyone feel willing to keep their commitment.
Hurricanes fans must feel like punching bags by now.
Miami Herald main article: http://www.miamiherald.com/sports/colleges/um/#navlink=navbar
Miami Hurricanes offensive coordinator Jedd Fisch leaves for Jacksonville Jaguars
University of Miami offensive coordinator Jedd Fisch has left the Hurricanes to take a job as the offensive coordinator with the NFL’s Jacksonville Jaguars. -
>>>>This may not affect the defensive guys LSU is recruiting but then again it could just be the first rat to jump ship.
This post was edited by chinese58 on 1/19/2013 at 1:05 PM
University of Miami offensive coordinator Jedd Fisch has left the Hurricanes to take a job as the offensive coordinator with the NFLs Jacksonville Jaguars.
Great wrap. Laying down the law like Karl does.
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