- Jan 15, 2010
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Maybe he doesn't want to play for a coach who played a starter late in the 4th quarter of a blowout and that starter tore his ACL and ended his season?
Don't think "maybe" is the right start to that sentence. Maybe suggests there's some chance that what follows might possibly be true. Maybe if you preceded that with: I don't know anything about sports, but ...
Yeah, because no player in the history of sports has ever blamed a coach for putting him in a position he didn't think he should be in. But hey, if it makes you feel better to put people down, more power to you, Chief.
transfers are a way of life now in D1 college sports. If there were any stigmas about transfers, they no longer exist. Players transfer for all kinds of reason - playing time - coaching changes - homesick - girlfriend issues - could be anything.
so, when a player transfers, it does not necessarily serve as a red flag for the program. this might have nothing to do with the Gopher program. Or it might. I don't know.
Whew! Thanks for letting us know.
I thought this meant there was something seriously wrong with Coach Fleck and the football program.
Thanks, smart guy. Just pointing out that usually, when a Gopher player transfers, everyone is wailing and gnashing their teeth. Trying to suggest a different point of view. But if you prefer: OH, NO, ANOTHER TRANSFER. IT'S THE END OF THE WORLD!!!