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I know u are being funny. But I doubt many know this... Since Miami and USC are private institutions (oh the irony of a looney gov't lover like Shalalalalalalala being in a private school) and the shocking price tag of tuition/room/board being above $50,000 dollars a year, the term "Walk-on" is seldom ever spoken.
And that's why when a USC or Miami gets hammered, the staff can't say "Hey bud, stick with us... it's only $8000 here and we will reward u with a senior year scholly. or whatever u will.
Good points Chris that this is only a proposal. But we all should protest how these changes effect the game. I am sickened and bummed out that they would even consider such ludicrous rule changes like the kick off.
Now, that said, I thought the "" taunting before scoring a td "" rule change would decide contests. If you remember, its where, lets say, TJ Yeldon takes that glorious screen to the house and before his body or ball or whatever, crosses the goal line, he points and talks smack to Craig Loston of LSU after he just broke PAPA LOSTON's ankles... the refs have the authority to take that touchdown off the scoreboard.
Now THAT is a scary scary rule change. But I kinda think these refs haven't even wanted to go there. The only time I remember it being called was on that aussie punter for LSU in 2011 Florida game and him taunting and he high stepped approaching the end zone.
Crimsonbleeder "If Trent doesn't go pro this year I will eat my car tires"
How many were we flagged for last year? Who on our team got them? Trying to figure which games it might have impacted.
thought there was already a lingerie league!
Choose not a life of limitation
Sounds like they really accomplished a lot.
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