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Razorback Reverend
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re: The Processed Players
So, because of year 2... in Year 3 CCM seat will be hot, even with a young team.

But, in year 8, CMA's seat isn't hot, even with a young team.

And, I hear... Tell me if I am wrong please, that it is easier to win, reload, recruit a better team in basketball than football....




ArHog
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re: The Processed Players
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We lost our best corner and now our best receiver, some of you are delusional.






Stick to sucking Mike's pecker Stonehog, you're better at that.


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Stonehog
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re: The Processed Players
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So, because of year 2... in Year 3 CCM seat will be hot, even with a young team.


If we miss a bowl, yes. You think his seat wouldn't be hot going into year three without making a bowl? That would be his make or break year. This isn't even controversial, you're just obsessed with Mike so you're bringing up basketball in a football thread.


Pygthagorean Theorem
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re: The Processed Players
One of the mods on the baseball forum on the other board is saying he doesn't expect Connor Noland to ever suit up for the football hogs ever again. This may be another spot that will have opened up after spring drills.
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Jack Ruby
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re: The Processed Players
Is this strictly a thing because he doesn't want to play football anymore or does he know he's going to be the odd man out at QB?


Pygthagorean Theorem
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Personally, I think its the latter.


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russellvillehog
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re: The Processed Players
I think he will realize that the dedication to be a big time QB, and trying to split time with baseball is impossible. That he will choose the path of least resistance. Which will be baseball.


Hogsfan005
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think he will realize that the dedication to be a big time QB, and trying to split time with baseball is impossible. That he will choose the path of least resistance. Which will be baseball.


Image: https://www.nbcsports.com/bayarea/sites/csnbayarea/files/styles/article_hero_image/public/2018/11/15/kylerimprint.jpg?itok=Bco8en8_


russellvillehog
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This is the only example i could think of as well that would fit. So one example does not really mean much to me.

He has also decided football is his main squeeze. Hopefully noland does the same.


Hogsfan005
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Lol just had to pull it out since you said impossible. And remains to be seen what kind of talent Noland is on the diamond at the college level. Guess we’ll see after this Spring


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Ronaldo Burgundiaz
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theenemy
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re: The Processed Players
Murray doesn't pitch though.

Big difference playing football and outfield and football and also trying to be a pitcher.

Pitching is hard enough on the arm.


gohogs141
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Jameis Winston did it I think. But you don’t see it very often.


Hawgnsincebirth55
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Jameis Winston did it I think. But you don’t see it very often.
yeah he did and jesus look at those veins on murrays forearm I'm not saying hes juicing but if he ain't hes the only person I've ever seen that wasnt that has veins like that. Those arent natural


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WonderWartHawg
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re: The Processed Players
I agree, Rev. Mike is a great person, a great representative of the University and on and on.
He was hired (I think) to rebuild a basketball program back into perennial contenders for the SEC title and decent to good runs with a deep run now and then.
He has had 8 years, and we haven't whiffed good success.
Mediocre at best.
I just don't feel the University is getting what they are paying for.
Time to consider a change.


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MSHawg1
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re: The Processed Players
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So, because of year 2... in Year 3 CCM seat will be hot, even with a young team.

But, in year 8, CMA's seat isn't hot, even with a young team.

And, I hear... Tell me if I am wrong please, that it is easier to win, reload, recruit a better team in basketball than football....

Preach. All of this and more


UltimateHog
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Munson to Nicholls State.


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ArHog
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re: The Processed Players
Updated


ArHog
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re: The Processed Players
Updated to include TJ Hammonds. No longer on the roster


TheCheshireHog
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re: The Processed Players
Seeing some whispers that it’s a medical thing but Danny also put out an update that his sources expect Hammonds to be back in May. Who knows what’s up with that situation.
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