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  1. ESPN already has ESPN+. They are ready for any viewership model that comes along. They have the content that sports fans will pay for. They will have to adjust along the way, but they aren't going away any time soon.
  2. No one is lying. There is little doubt that Aresco knows the AAC will either win big, lose big, or maintain some sort of equilibrium as the "best of the rest" when all is said and done. So he is being proactive. Is he having conversations with B12 schools? Absolutely not. He has conversations with his friend who does not directly work with the AAC, who has conversations with the other schools and with ESPN. He can say uncategorically that he has not spoken to any other schools. In the highly unlikely event this ever goes to trial, he can again say he did not have contact with other schools. He barely knew the guy having conversations. He was once a coffee at the golf club. But it won't ever come to a trial, because by the time we get to that point all the negotiations will be done. The schools will have their money, and they won't want any of the dirty laundry coming out. And the B12 or AAC will likely be dead anyway. It is a dance. There is absolutely no doubt someone is having conversations with the AAC and ESPN. Just like their are conversations between the B12 and some AAC schools already happening. All with deniability, but ESPN is throwing its weight around also.
  3. I did not pay much attention to the punting in the spring game, but it is my understanding the new Aussie was booming them ridiculously long and high in spring practice. No idea, obviously, of his consistency. Regardless, thank you Schneider, you did good.
  4. I guess you didn't see the rest of the players he had to work with, eh?
  5. Is you memory that bad? He went entire halves completing 1 or 2 passes. Come on, Trip.
  6. This is what I don't understand. Last year he was a true freshman with one spring practice sharing time with three other QBs who were all ahead of him on the depth chart. How could anyone doubt him based on that? You have to give a player a reasonable chance to succeed before you get down on said player. I thought he did well last year given the huge hurdles he was up against.
  7. LOL. The guy went entire halves of football games bouncing every throw. This is a ridiculously biased view of QF, especially his sophomore and junior years. You are still funny!
  8. I don't think McClain is near ready. But this I agree with. For all Taggart may or may not have done right, playing QF in year one was a terrible decision.
  9. How many coaches had one spring practice in their first year installing a new offense and defense in the year 2020? Not many at all. How many coaches had as few players available last year throughout the season, including the presumed starting QB (Fortin)? **** near zero had all of these challenges. So except for pretty much everything you said, I guess you are correct.
  10. Thanks. So that is a Net -5. That doesn't sound quite as bad. Did the NCAA ever pass the permanent rule to allow transfers to be eligible immediately (for their first transfer)?
  11. At the risk of veering from the current topic of paywall sites, are we still at seven in the portal or has that number increased?
  12. How much growth and benefit was there to getting QF on the field as a true freshman and having him get eaten alive? Think about how much growth he had the next three years, and how much better he could have been as a senior if his freshman year had not been completed wasted by Taggart. Having him play 60 or so snaps as a freshman was a disservice to QF and to the team. Edit: If he can play 10 or so specific plays in 8 or 10 games, that may be a benefit. But to play him a couple of games and have him overwhelmed just for the sake of him playing is a waste.
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