Georgia Southern Commited!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

GSUsTALON

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I, TALON, have been commited twice. I can play next year!

If any of you Gophers have not used up your eligability, have been commited to a program, have documentation of being released from sed program, you can play for Southern next year. That makes your heart beat fast, doesnt it?


You do know that Georgia Southern beat someone in some bowl convincingly wit a new OC using the (UG) Pistol Option. :poop: :poop: :poop:

Could this be a new start for Southern using the Pistol Option? (DONT SEE IT!)
 

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I, TALON, have been commited twice. I can play next year!

If any of you Gophers have not used up your eligability, have been commited to a program, have documentation of being released from sed program, you can play for Southern next year. That makes your heart beat fast, doesnt it?


You do know that Georgia Southern beat someone in some bowl convincingly wit a new OC using the (UG) Pistol Option. :poop: :poop: :poop:

Could this be a new start for Southern using the Pistol Option? (DONT SEE IT!)
Thoughts on Wertz transferring?
 

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There's a couple Nebraska receivers might be interested
 

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You got me all excited by your thread title! "Committed" around here is like getting a strong bite in the ice fishing house. 🤪
 

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Hypothetically, those who got an undergrad in 4 years would have 1 year of eligibility left, right? Those who took 5 years to get their undergrad would have no eligibility?
 

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Hypothetically, those who got an undergrad in 4 years would have 1 year of eligibility left, right? Those who took 5 years to get their undergrad would have no eligibility?
Things are different right now with COVID giving everyone a "free year," but the traditional rule is five years to play four. So, in your hypothetical, if you graduated this spring in four years but had only played three or fewer years, you could come back in the fall for another, final year of play. You couldn't take a year (or more) off and then come back as your five year clock would have run.
 

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When I read the title I thought you were giving us inside info on a recruit PJ could swoop in and steal.
😎
 

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Things are different right now with COVID giving everyone a "free year," but the traditional rule is five years to play four. So, in your hypothetical, if you graduated this spring in four years but had only played three or fewer years, you could come back in the fall for another, final year of play. You couldn't take a year (or more) off and then come back as your five year clock would have run.
Gotcha, so when your 29 year old buddy at the bar says he still has eligibility, he doesn't know what he's talking about since your clock starts the day you enroll in college?
 

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When I read the title I thought you were giving us inside info on a recruit PJ could swoop in and steal.
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Sounds like he got the entire Georgia Southern squad to commit, the numbers will work out.
 
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