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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by TobiasFunke-Analrapist, Apr 8, 2015.
zero changes from halftime i see
i feel like an idiot for letting last week even remotely fool me
well no this time we didn't allow them to drain the clock
why are we fair catching there
put someone else back there if caleb won’t run things back my god
crowd's getting restless over these fair catches
thank you drake
that chest pass on 3rd down feels game saving
love seeing Caleb back, so many hosses in this backfield
Kobe seems like our only receiver we can go down the field to right now
wow you let drake air it out and good things happen what a wild concept
momux may have been right about andre. this wr room is begging for someone to take that leap and idk if he’s even played today. i get that he’s young but man he’s gotta show something right
i can’t believe we didn’t dump chiz or cross
same old same old
WHY ACCEPT THAT PENALTY
easy to say but Bryson could've pretty easily gotten that foot down
fuckin hell Omarion
literally the only positive from this turd of a game. and i guess caleb being back
dogfight with the app backup qb
thanks for everything mack but please move on and enjoy retirement man
Please never schedule another non-conference in-state fcs opponent ever again
i agree but it’s mostly because this culture is so soft that we just sleepwalk every time and think our shit doesn’t stink
i absolutely loathe playing for a 39 yard fg there. just needless
absolute joke of a program
hate that playcall the way we are running
why are you the way that you are unc football
gummy was kicking in right as ot started at least
same script as last year against app
glad we won but the flaws in this program were once again brutally exposed
Omarion's a monster, Drake's Drake, receivers/secondary iono
didn't have the sacks but I thought we still pressured decently well when he wasn't getting rid of the ball right away
Mack seemed pretty upset with the soft coverage in his post game too, guess we'll see
oh they big scared
"The NCAA is aware of violent – and possibly criminal – threats recently directed at committee members involved in regulatory decisions. The national office is coordinating with law enforcement and will continue to do whatever possible to support the volunteers who serve on these committees.
The Division I Board of Directors believes that NCAA staff and the committee are applying transfer waiver guidelines as intended by member schools and giving proper and full consideration to individual cases, including consulting a panel of licensed mental health experts for cases in which mental health is cited as a reason for transfer. The DI Board last year directed the DI Council to refine the guidelines for transfer waivers and apply those guidelines to the 2023-24 academic year. These new guidelines were supported unanimously by all 32 Division I conferences in January, and prior to that were widely supported by member schools and coaches associations.
Academic data demonstrates that transferring typically slows student-athletes' progress toward a degree, especially with those who transfer later. It stands to reason that multiple transfers would further slow time to a degree. Citing extenuating factors, such as mental health, does not necessarily support a waiver request but instead may, in some situations, suggest a student-athlete should be primarily focused on addressing those critical issues during the initial transition to a third school.
The DI Board Administrative Committee was briefed Monday on the current status of transfer waivers for this academic year. There are 21,685 student-athletes who entered the transfer portal this year. The bulk of those transfer students are first-time transfers who enrolled at their first schools and are now immediately eligible to compete at their new schools – which was the intent of the transfer rule change. Of those who entered the portal, 3% would be multiple time transfers who would require a waiver to compete immediately for this academic year if enrolled at a new school.
The DI Board is troubled by the public remarks made last week by some of the University of North Carolina leadership. Those comments directly contradict what we and our fellow Division I members and coaches called for vociferously – including UNC's own football coach. We are a membership organization, and rather than pursue a public relations campaign that can contribute to a charged environment for our peers who volunteer on committees, we encourage members to use established and agreed upon procedures to voice concerns and propose and adopt rule or policy changes if they are dissatisfied."
- Jere Morehead, chair of DI Board and president at University of Georgia
- Christopher Pietruszkiewicz, vice chair of DI Board and president at University of Evansville
I mean the gall of this entire paragraph
awww poor widdle babies made an absurd and egregious decision and now people are mad at them :(
fuck yes mack
drake powell up to 4th in the new 247 rankings
sounds like you guys traveled well
Great start to the game.
feel like this would be an ND type game if their qb had any accuracy
don't worry I purchased jinx protection
press coverage on 3rd and 10 legooooooooooooooo
what the fuck was that drake
wasn't so bad after seeing the replays, good play on the ball by a guy not appearing to be in the lane
hell yeah D
what in the fuck is Drake doing
that one was bad
way to use your head Myles
throws down the field
love when completely unnecessary penalties cost us
If not for Heels mistakes it's over by now.