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Athanatos
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Matthews press conference tomorrow-Should he stay or should he go?

I have no idea if he's staying or not. Would Franklin encourage him to stay? It would hurt big time to lose him too. That would be our three biggest guys on offense gone just in time to start having Franklin's recruits begin taking over a greater share of positions from CBJ's vets. If his grade for the draft came back early 2nd or so, he should probably go. I don't think his stock would get higher next year, and his mentor, Earl Bennett, left after his junior year.


jjreadyro
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re: Matthews press conference tomorrow-Should he stay or should he go?
Test. WoW! They finally approved me. Bout time!
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Athanatos
Vanderbilt Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Sep 2010
6766 posts

re: Matthews press conference tomorrow-Should he stay or should he go?
The Vandy board is clearly not a priority. They may have just been too shocked that someone would request it to do anything.


oauron
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Member since Sep 2011
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re: Matthews press conference tomorrow-Should he stay or should he go?
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They may have just been too shocked that someone would request it to do anything.


Now, I wouldn't go that far...

That said, I am happy that Matthews is staying. He certainly will make a name for himself in the NFL, whenever he decides to go.


InThroughTheOutDore
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Member since Nov 2008
5946 posts

re: Matthews press conference tomorrow-Should he stay or should he go?
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That said, I am happy that Matthews is staying. He certainly will make a name for himself in the NFL, whenever he decides to go.




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