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...just because his family twisted his arm about it.
Alex Collins does not want to go to Miami.
If I were a Miami fan, I would root for him to go to Arkansas, where he wants to be.
Coercion is no way to "land" a recruit.
If you're Miami, you take what you can get.
and also agreed
Both are true, I can't believe any adult would act like his mom has - shockingly selfish
FSU -->----->> The Unconquered Uprising
As an 18 year old. I would probably never forgive my parents for that. It is not about them.
Meh, after all the times parents have pushed their kids away from FSU...I honestly wouldn't mind having a parent help us out for once.
Heard Brad Hopkins on 102.5 The Game this morning talking about his mom wanting him to go to FSU instead of Arkansas.
Not sure where that info is coming from, if it's true, or if he just confused FSU with that little team down south.
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UM fans don't give a f***. They just want their players.
"I never knew I had a foot until I noticed it was on your neck"
I heard the same yesterday which is why I started that thread. She would rather he be in Tally then in Arky. He does not want to be in Miami from what I hear. Tally may be a happy medium between the two. But I hope he ends up at Arky where his heart is.
TREASURE COAST HIGH: "TITAN BORN TITAN BRED"
Bruce Feldman @BFeldmanCBS
Law firm sent a release saying its been hired by mom of RB Alex Collins to rep family’s interests while she contemplates signing NCAA’s NLI
Per the release, the firm hired by Alex Collins' mom was founded 40+ years ago by famed attorney Johnnie Cochran, Jr.
I don't get why an athlete needs their parents signature if they are 18. If you can join the military or get drafted and get killed for your country at 18, you should be able to pick what school you want to attend.
"Don't mistake lack of talent for genius." Type O Negative
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