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    Default OSU Kevin Feder OL to Minnesota?

    grad transfer with 2 years of eligibility left. Minnesota mentioned as a possible landing spot
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    Quote Originally Posted by GopherOhana View Post
    grad transfer with 2 years of eligibility left. Minnesota mentioned as a possible landing spot
    http://collegefootballtalk.nbcsports...bcs&yptr=yahoo
    Is there an opening?

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    Quote Originally Posted by STPGopher View Post
    Is there an opening?
    And if there is do we want a kid with a chronic injury??


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    Quote Originally Posted by Oregon Gopher View Post
    And if there is do we want a kid with a chronic injury??
    Maybe a year of sitting out helped it heal.

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    Is there an opening? With our OLine? There better be.
    "My life has become a single, ongoing revelation that I haven't been cynical enough." - Chrisjen Avasarala

  6. Default We will take him

    Quote Originally Posted by STPGopher View Post
    Is there an opening?
    Gophers lack upperclassmen depth, competition is a good thing. We should be hopeful his old coach would help him land here. Welcome Mr Feder if you choose the Gophers.

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    He's no Kevin Ferderline, but he'll do nonetheless. Sign me up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oregon Gopher View Post
    And if there is do we want a kid with a chronic injury??


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    He already has a head start. Perfect fit for our walking wounded O-line.

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    Brian Bobek II

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    He was rated as a .87 on 247 sports. Offers from quite a few p5 teams. Warriner recruited him so he might try to find a comfortable face to start somewhere new. He has opportunity here. The best part is he only has two years left so we have another body to protect our young guys who need to redshirt.

  11. Default Let the OL coach be the judge on that.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jike Spingleton View Post
    Brian Bobek II
    If Wariner will vouch for him, then I doubt it. Bobek's career was derailed by virus inflicted heart condition.

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    An upperclassmen OL to help let the young guys redshirt would be nice or at the very least to add depth since it seems to be a never ending carousel with injuries. Take all the help in the trenches we can get then build up from there. Your skill players are useless if you don't have an OL.
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    We are at the 85 scholarship limit, right? Would he walk on?

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    Someone will be leaving. Perhaps a couple someones.
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    Quote Originally Posted by diehard View Post
    Someone will be leaving. Perhaps a couple someones.
    Yeah, I'm not sure why but I feel like a name or two will be departing in the next month. Obviously Fleck is having running dialogue with players but I have believe he knows of a couple of players who are planning on ending their run as Gophers for one reason or another. Who knows, maybe it's PJ informing them that their run as Gophers is ending and they're just now finding out about it.

    Either way, depth is a foreign concept for our OL so I'll take it where I can get it.....especially if it means we keep redshirts on Dunlap and Faalele.

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