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Discussion in 'Awesome Recruiting' started by subtle_gator, Jan 16, 2014.
We have lost a few games to the SOW in Gainesville... some would be "happy memories" games for them.
I deny all knowledge of such occurrences.
Jernigan was a Gator fan growing up, you know. Means nothing nowadays.
Does the term "Indian Giver" instantly remind anyone else of that Seinfeld episode?
Who is this Jernigan you speak of?
So you're here because we stole Tabor away from your home state school...
Almost every offer is conditional. There is either a time-frame or some other condition that the prospect has to meet to publicly commit. Some are told to keep their commitments silent. There are also conditions where a committed player's offer can be pulled.
Do we need to be at 85 on NSD or when they actually enroll for fall classes?
Ask Nick Saban...
I'm pretty sure Nick will say it is Fall.
The coaches don’t have to accpet the recruits commit and usually tell them they have to wait, which most do.
Even after they signed the LOI?
Rick22, The National Letter of Intent is a letter that you sign to commit to an institution for an “academic year" in return for an athletic scholarship or other financial aid. It marks the end of the recruiting process and prevents other schools from contacting you.
The Univ has 21 days to turn the LOI into the NCAA and if they do not, then there is no binding agreement between the Univ and student. Once it is signed, I beleive it is only for that first year only, with extension of some sort as long as that player is wanted.
I think we voluntarily do four year schollies, though, right?
I’m not sure to be honest, but I would think/hope so. If I were a player, I wouldn’t sign a LOI with only a 1 year agreement with any Univ.
Again, ask Saban.
I can cite loving some games at Doak, including being there in person to witness our lame duck Zook crap on their ceremonial renaming the turf Bobby Bowden Field. No, that would be RON ZOOK field you dirty damn Noles.