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  • QuietcowskeeQuietcowskee Posts: 692
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    Can’t fault a kid for a Stanford education.
  • DooglesDoogles Posts: 7,336
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    Take out the insurance policy. He would have been the 2nd running back picked.

    With his history of injuries it's a definitely not the wisest money decision, but maybe he wants to coach or is actually utilizing his scholarship for his future.

    More and more these guys are seeing the research on how football fucks up the brain, can't fault him for keeping his options open.
  • creepycougcreepycoug Posts: 7,367
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    salemcoog said:

    Doogles said:

    Take out the insurance policy. He would have been the 2nd running back picked.

    With his history of injuries it's a definitely not the wisest money decision, but maybe he wants to coach or is actually utilizing his scholarship for his future.

    More and more these guys are seeing the research on how football fucks up the brain, can't fault him for keeping his options open.


    You mean like by forgoing a $10 MM signing bonus and getting your head bashed in for free instead??
    Ok I'm not the only one.
  • UW_Doog_BotUW_Doog_Bot Posts: 2,472
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    salemcoog said:

    salemcoog said:

    Doogles said:

    Take out the insurance policy. He would have been the 2nd running back picked.

    With his history of injuries it's a definitely not the wisest money decision, but maybe he wants to coach or is actually utilizing his scholarship for his future.

    More and more these guys are seeing the research on how football fucks up the brain, can't fault him for keeping his options open.


    You mean like by forgoing a $10 MM signing bonus and getting your head bashed in for free instead??
    Football players are smart

    Said no one ever
    I guess once you get that sweet taste of a Pac 12 N title, nothing can stop you from going back to the well again.
    TUFF for a cuog to understand.
  • YellowSnowYellowSnow Posts: 9,390
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    89ute said:

    Between offensive talent like quarterback K.J. Costello, wide receiver J.J. Arcega-Whiteside, tight end Kaden Smith, and fellow running back Cameron Scarlett, Stanford had the resources in place to make up for the loss of Love. The fact that he’s returning makes an already loaded depth chart into a solidified top-15 squad.

    Costello sucks, and this is coming from a Utah guy.

    I don't get the Stanford cock gobbling.

    Stanford 2018 will be a repeat of Stanford 2017. Run Bryce Love into the ground until he's injured, tape him up and keep going.

    We ought to be able to whoop 2017 Stanford at home in November 2018 except for the Game Day factor. If that happens then DOOMED.
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