Associated Press College Football Writer since 2005. I like to tweet about the Mets and sports in general, but college football butters my bread.
Joined on 30 June, 2009
Chris Olave coming back is huge because he’s a great player. It’s also just as big because he’s signaling that whoever plays QB is about to be legit. He doesn’t come back if he doesn’t believe that.
Interesting insight from a smart guy. 👇🏻
A receiver with first round aspirations has to be careful about returning to a situation with a high level of uncertainty at QB.
I have no idea if the Schiano hire would have worked. But I don't think it would be possible for it to have gone worse than: 3 years later, everybody fired, program facing extensive NCAA issues and a legal battle over multimillion $ buyout from an ill-advised contract extension.
In the fall of 2017, Tennessee had an experienced AD trying to hire an experienced football coach.
The debacle that followed left UT an first-time AD hiring a first-time head football coach.
3 years later, Tennessee is worse off than it was and looking for exactly what it had.
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