“It has all kinds of problems. It is highly controversial.”

Shit.  If Mark Emmert believes there’s a problem with it, I may have to rethink my opposition to Jim Delany’s “year of readiness”.

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  1. Dog in Fla

    Mark is fighting so many battles on so many fronts. First, the “Year of Readiness” campaign being waged by Field Marshal Delany and Bonnie,

    Next, the “Today, Ann Arbor; Tomorrow, the World” campaign being waged by the Flying Wolverines:

    “Emmert agreed the camp issue is one that should be dealt with by the NCAA Football Oversight Committee, headed by Big 12 Commissioner Bob Bowlsby. ‘It will certainly be on the tip of their list,’ Emmert said”

    https://twitter.com/hashtag/SummerSwarmTour?src=hash

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  2. Macallanlover

    If there is a bigger tool than Emmert in CFB’s hierarchy it would be Delany. Except Delany is evil, Emmert is just illustrating Peter’s infamous principle.

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  3. Cojones

    Excuse me for being the only one to consider that we already send kids back to school for their year of readiness, if they need it. Why in hell is McCray not here this year? What about the kids, who, for years have gone to JC or Georgia Military in lieu of immediate enrollment? This constitutes what % of recruits at UGA? Nation wide? Now, because we recognize and furnish more time for readying athletes for college rigor if they may show inability to hack it, we should do this for all recruits? That’s absurd!

    Delany has some far-to-reach objective here, that if he can pull this stretch of the enrollment off, can link up to something else and make the playing field unlevel again. I don’t trust the wily senility he shows from time to time.

    What’s your take on it Blutarsky? I don’t think you trust him any more than I do.

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  4. Cojones

    And while we are at it, why don’t we label this “Camp” thingy for what it really is: Carpetbagging.

    It’s not any different than after the War of Northern Aggression. They come to plunder our manpower after they originally plundered and robbed the land. I don’t want to return to the years of the nightrider and Gen Nathan Bedford Forrest, but would like to strike fear into the smug aholes who can’t muster enough troops at home so they plunder the South again. While on the subject of blowing smoke up their ass, it came to me. When the coaches come down and we find where they are staying, we should arrange to blow pot smoke under their door in the early morning hours then call for testing their butts the next day.

    That will work as long as the host’s wife doesn’t turn up positive as well.

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