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Re: “Details begin to emerge on firing of NLR football coach Brad Bolding

LBBISHOP, yes, we get recruits from other state but almost all the other states have more than 1 major school in their state and not just 1 like we do. Also, he would have been an immediate starter here but might not ever get to play significant minutes at Ohio State because of their depth at his position. I think it would be a lot easier for him to show how good he is here than he will be able to there. He might go up there and win the Heisman but I really believe that it's going to be a lot harder to shine there than it would be here. I think he'll be lucky to ever become a starter or even get significant playing time. I think people have the right to be upset about him not choosing to play for his home state and help us achieve our goal of winning a conference championship and national championship. I think there's more to him choosing Ohio State over us than him just wanting to go there more and liking it there better. I wouldn't be surprised if it came out real soon or somewhere down the road that Arkansas chose not to pursue him anymore because of this mess going on at NLR. There's already rumors out there that he might have taken money to transfer and play at NLR. If it's true, it'll come out because you can't hide that forever. A quick audit will expose the truth. I could find out in one work day if he accepted money or not by doing an audit on him, his parents, Coach Bolding and anyone else that may have played a role in this. Anyone that knows how to do an audit can discover the truth pretty easily. Just because players from other states come here to play doesn't mean that fans here can't be upset about one of the best (if not the best) players in the state and one of the top recruits in the country chooses to go somewhere else instead of the school in his home state. It would be different and a little easier to understand if we weren't a program on the rise and have a bright future ahead of us. We'll be in the Top 20 to start next season and a lot of experts think we have the potential to do real good next season. It's going to be funny we he's riding the bench his entire career and that NFL future he was counting on doesn't come true because he didn't play enough to prove what he could do. I bet he'll regret not coming to Arkansas then. I'm not wishing anything bad on the kid but I'm definitely not going to support him or cheer for him. I could care less what he does and if he ever plays a down in his entire college career. He's an Ohio State Buckeye now and I'm a die hard Razorback fan and they're the only team I cheer for and will ever cheer for.

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Posted by BigWPSark on 02/05/2015 at 8:56 PM


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