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MJSTIGER
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METAIRIE,LA.
Member since Dec 2007
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If Lane leaves Ole Miss will he take players with him?

Riley took Oklahoma's best offensive players with him to USC.


LSUSkip
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Central, LA
Member since Jul 2012
12935 posts

Very likely.


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smoke225
LSU Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Feb 2007
7605 posts

You can bank Judkins is going with him


LuzianaFootball
LSU Fan
Bay Area
Member since Dec 2008
7505 posts

Most of his best players already transferred once. Can they do it again without having to sit a year this time?


Geauxldilocks
Member since Aug 2018
1523 posts

No, Lane is a principled man who would never look to derive future benefit at the expense of his prior employers. Not a chance, he’ll look elsewhere to build his roster.


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Geauxldilocks
Member since Aug 2018
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You can bank Judkins is going with him


We would be wise to get in the mix here.


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Gaston
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Dirty Coast
Member since Aug 2008
35806 posts

I just hope whoever replaces him likes kickers more than Lane does. His staff vowed to never give a freshman a kicking scholarship again.


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GaTiger27
LSU Fan
Member since Feb 2016
1325 posts

You want to kick the tires again on an old Zach Evans thread?


lsufanva
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sandston virginia
Member since Aug 2009
11086 posts

He will certainly try and likely get some to go with him. I don't get the move quite honestly. Auburn has a tough road ahead much like OM so it would make sense to me to mire in mediocrity with a program built around your wants than to rebuild a program essentially in the same boat. NIL is supposed to be the reason but I can't fathom OM not having money to spend. They've bought many a recruit illegally why not when it's legal?


GeauxLSU4
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New Orleans
Member since Feb 2012
8484 posts

Auburn and OM are in two different worlds when it comes to resources. OM is a very small school by SEC standards. To illustrate my point, Auburn will now be paying their new coach ~100 million on top of the Gus and Harsin buyouts.


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SOL2
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Garland, TX
Member since Jan 2020
2798 posts

Yes


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GetmorewithLes
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UK Basketball Fan
Member since Jan 2011
16447 posts

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You can bank Judkins is going with him




Isnt he from Alabama... opportunity to go home.


kmcmah1
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Member since Mar 2009
1008 posts

He is and he was apparently very close to going to Auburn before all the Harsin nonsense.


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RogerTheShrubber
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Juneau, AK
Member since Jan 2009
220984 posts

He'll be fired in 3 years at Auburn.



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J2thaROC
Member since May 2018
9868 posts

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but I can't fathom OM not having money to spend.



Really? They are one of the poorest members of the SEC


wasteland
USA Fan
Member since Apr 2011
4824 posts

He’s not going to Auburn


bass
LSU Fan
Member since Oct 2016
3193 posts

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Auburn will now be paying their new coach ~100 million on top of the Gus and Harsin buyouts.
Tim Cook


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GeauxVU
Villanova Fan
Member since Jan 2022
358 posts

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Most of his best players already transferred once. Can they do it again without having to sit a year this time?


This is a very important point. No, they can’t - Dart, Trigg, Evans, etc. All used up their one-time penalty free transfer.


Lester Earl
SMU Fan
@LesterEarl3
Member since Nov 2003
269093 posts

They can transfer again if they’ve graduated


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tigerdeal1
LSU Fan
Kingwood, Texas
Member since Oct 2011
219 posts

Agreed, I think he is holding out for the ATM job. We shall see how this plays out.


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