USFMikeB Posted April 18, 2008 Group: Member Topic Count: 0 Content Count: 10,874 Reputation: 4 Days Won: 2 Joined: 05/01/2003 Share Posted April 18, 2008 Let me start this by reiterating that I hate what has happened, a young man full of promise was taken from the world long before he should have. Furthermore, this is not meant to be an indictment of ucIF, or their handling of the "issue". However, history has shown that most schools that lose an athlete in this manner will have negative effects upon their program. USF did not last year, and I think that's a testament to how our program handled the situation. How will this affect ucIF's football season?I think it will have a negative impact on the team. In fact, given what we're seeing happen, I think this could potentially be the tip of the iceberg, and that GOL might just be gone after the season's over. I think the first three games will determine whether or not the team, the individuals, and the coaches can be a cohesive unit. Thier first game is against a cupcake, and it will be interesting to see if GOL can get the team motivated. If he can, and can get everything that's going on turned around, and he somehow beats USF, then everything might be alright. However, if USF repeats last year, its gonna melt down in Orlando before they even see BC on the field. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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