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LMAO....In your dreams you little Gator homo
Can we please remove this kind garbage from the board?
I'm glad that Golden is wanted by other schools. that means he's good.
University of Miami Class of 2013
We'll keep an eye on it...
One comment doesn't warrant a ban.
However, we need to stay on topic.
Nobody in the media knows a dang thing. How many more repoorts followed by retractions are we gonna get before we realize that nobody has a clue. My guess is, nobody has any idea until Barry announces it, which at the minimum will be December 20th, which is the day after the state mandatory 2 week job posting is finished. A week or so ago Barry said he hoped he'd have a HC by Xmas, but wouldn't rush it. In other words, none of us have any idea. Everyone, whether its fans or media, is just throwing names out there that seem like they kinda make sense.
WHat surprises me is how many legitimate news sources are throwing completye crap out there. Who knows, maybe Golden already unofficially accepted the job, or maybe he never had any interest at all. The reality is at this point a 6 year old has as much credibility on this topic as the media.
In simple terms, just wait. I wouldn't even dig deep until at east the job posting has ended. Recruits other than the one JUCO kid have all stayed committed, so no reason to panic.
Oh, one morer reason I think Thamel's story is BS and he has no clue. He retracted his story 32 minutes after the tweet. What, did Golden take only a half hour to say no to UW and then to have that info relayed to Thamel? Ya that makes no sense. Sounds to me like another BS story with no substance.
Relax Chachi there just words...... I like UW and there fans its Gators we cant stand down here....
This post was edited by Canes2082 19 months ago
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