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southend

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  1. Do you really think that if they weren’t offered a PWO , they wouldn’t play college football?
  2. Ok, this is it. And I know it was not intentional (so only 75%) From this post, several posters on here, Over and over,insinuated that some how I am telling these families where to attend or not to attend. False
  3. Ok you got me. Spell check got me Same answer, I absolutely think it’s to make his team better. I answered your question again! so ..,,,..!
  4. I absolutely think it’s to make his team better. so .......ok......o answered your question. Your about 75% of the problem
  5. I don’t think so, but I sure doesn’t help , luring indiana kids in with POW’s
  6. I think you are wrong, POW won’t make or Break the IU program.
  7. If you have been through the process, you would know that a Preferred Walk-On and and Recruited Walk-On are the samething. Not from where I have seen. PWO, guaranteed roster spot Recruited walk on, received recruiting interest, but have to try out, to win a roster spot.
  8. I’m Not misguided, you are, if you insist PWO is the only way That is your contention, not mine. As I stated.
  9. Explain to me logically if a coach doesn’t extend a walk-in invite how a player walks on....Do you think anyone can just show up, get issued equipment and hit the practice field? If you have been through the process, you would not be asking me this. Unrecruited walk on Recruited walk on preferred walk on
  10. LOL...,,,,if you think offering or not offering a PWO is going to make or break a Dl program he’s (the coach)already on his way out. LOL..
  11. Agreed, it’s been happening since Wilson took over. At least thePositive of all this is we know all the lost assistants Wilson and Allen lost we’re giving Indiana at least a year of there expertises. And they must be good to get the attention of top echelon programs. Purdue doesn’t have this problem.
  12. And you are wrong again. The opportunity to walk on is still there. I have never once in this thread stated it was my business where these athletes attend school.
  13. Sure, scholarship caps. Point taken, PWO’s help persuade athletes from going to less fortunate schools, including but not limited to the smaller Dl schools. Completely disagreed, big time coaches have an obligation to the health of football over all. Including small colleges and schools , not just the upper echelon, elite.
  14. I have not once in this thread ever stated it was my business where these athletes attend school. And I will state it again. So now what’s your point?
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