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Hurricanes offensive guard Jonathan Feliciano announces he's returning for his senior year

  Welcome back to University of Miami guard Jon Feliciano, another underclassmen who said Friday he is staying for his senior season, joining linebacker Denzel Perryman and defensive lineman Anthony Chickillo and tight end Clive Walford.

Here's the release from UM regarding Jon.

 Miami Hurricanes offensive guard Jon Feliciano will return to school for his senior season, the Davie native announced Friday.

 “I am coming back (to Miami) because I believe in what Coach Golden, the staff and our team are doing here,” Feliciano said. “I think the program is rising at an all-time pace. With all the NCAA stuff behind us, we can come into a season without anything hanging over our heads.”

 Feliciano started all 13 games along the offensive line, making 11 starts at left guard and two starts at right tackle. An honorable mention All-ACC selection by ACSMA, he helped anchor the offensive line that paved the way for Miami’s offense to average 425.8 yards of total offense and 33.8 points per game.

 As a sophomore in 2012, he started all 12 games at left guard en route to All-ACC honorable mention from ACSMA. He has started 26 straight games on Miami’s offensive line and 33 of 35 career games.

 “I have some flaws in my game and that’s the reason why I’m staying for my senior season at Miami,” Feliciano said. “The coaches do a great job in finding weak spots in your game and making them your strength.”

 SUSAN MILLER DEGNAN

 

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I for one am surprised that AG's record as a overall HC is 49-49 after coaching at Temple. That is a major achievement.

Posted by: Football | January 11, 2014 at 02:23 PM

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Great, factual Post! The job Al Golden did at Temple has gone into college football lore as one of the greatest coaching jobs in history based on a turn around that all college football experts claimed could not be done.

I am thrilled he turned down the Penn State head coach offer of $4.5 million annually that was reported at Rivals.com and other news outlets to, as Jimmy Johnson has predicted, lead the Canes to more National Championships.

Just look at the words of Perryman and Feliciano who postponed going to the NFL and making millions to stay one more year under the extraordinary coaching and leadership of All Golden knowing they will greatly benefit from that experience...Wow! Wow! Wow!

To those of us contenting that AG turned down PSU, or that he tried as hard as he could to get the job, but was passed over, here is an interesting article with some nice fact based analysis - one which ignores most of the arguments us expert, institutionally influencing bloggers have presented, yet comes out with the most likely reason:

http://www.statecollege.com/mobile/news/columns/penn-state-football-shouldnt-penn-staters-apply,1438515/


If you look at some of Poorman's other wrtiting and his credentials, one will find an experienced, measured writer. Impressed.

Would love some thoughts on this.

Ron Zook when you played at um did u play all four years or did u declare for the nfl early? And when u commited to play at um what was the biggest factor to you choosing miami?

Football,

We always look unprepared on defense, but the offense keeps us in games. I agree they went into a shell after fsu. Virginia Tech was more about our defense playing in zone. That team cut us apart with 3-4 plays time and time again.

For the lazy: excerpted for relevance:

"Many people thought that being a successful Penn State grad gave Golden and Munchak an advantage. Hardly. An audit I did of all of Penn State’s Intercollegiate Athletics’ hiring of head coaches, assistant coaches and directors of operations since November 2011 shows the exact opposite."

Dave Joyner (Class of 1972; Penn State College of Medicine 1976) is the CEO of Penn State’s $104.7 million-grossing operation. He was appointed acting athletic director on Nov. 16, 2011 – a week after Joe Paterno was fired by the Penn State Board of Trustees, of which Joyner was a sitting member at the time. He was named Penn State’s full-time athletic director by president Rodney Erickson on Jan. 21, 2013.

According to information on Penn State’s official athletics website, GoPSUSports.com, a total of 37 coaches and directors of operations have been hired since Joyner was appointed. The tally includes Franklin and is current as of the website on Friday.

Two were Penn State graduates. Two.

The other 35 who were hired since November 2011 went to college somewhere else.

Those other 35: Counting Franklin, that list includes five head coaches, with new hires coming in baseball, football (twice), swimming and diving, and softball. None were Penn Staters.

There have been 30 additional new hires of assistant coaches and directors of operations over the past 26 months. Twenty-eight don’t have PSU sheepskins. The biggest group of non-PSU hires has been in football, where two head coaches and eight assistants have been hired since Jan. 6, 2012. For purposes of this survey, Paterno Era holdovers Ron Vanderlinden and Larry Johnson retained by Bill O’Brien were not counted as new hires.

There has been a seismic shift under Joyner, who ultimately is responsible for the hiring direction of athletics, as he noted on Jan. 2, when he was discussing his veto power over any hires made by Penn State’s new head football coach.

“I always give our coaches complete, quote, unquote, autonomy in selecting the staff,” Joyner said. “However, the athletic director reserves the right for a veto depending on certain situations. Also, I certainly encourage our new head coaches to look very seriously at staff that are here, and I will do the same when we have the new head coach.”

During the recent football coach search, Johnson – a Penn State fixture since 1996 – was also interviewed. But, for the second time in two years and five days, a Penn Stater (whether by service or degree) did not get the job. Both Munchak and Golden interviewed for the job in 2011-12. Joyner also served as head of that search committee, which was tasked with finding Paterno’s sucessor, after the longtime coach was fired after 46 seasons as head coach at Penn State.

[ - Both Munchak and Golden interviewed for the job in 2011-12. -] SEE THAT?!

Beginning with Paterno in November 2011, seven Penn State head coaches have left their positions for myriad reasons. They include: Emmanuil Kaidanov (fired as men’s and women’s fencing coach), Dawna Prevette (women’s tennis), Robin Petrini (softball), John Hargis (swimming and diving) and Robbie Wine (baseball). They were either succeeded by a non-Penn Stater or, in two cases, their spot has been filled on an interim basis by a coach already employed by Penn State.

To be clear: This is not James Franklin’s fight. Nor his doing in any way.

The charismatic coach will, no doubt, talk about his Pennsylvania roots and connections when he is introduced to the media and the Nittany Lion fan base on Saturday. And that’s pretty cool.

But Penn State has a rich tradition of strong academics and great athletics, witness its ongoing high showing in the Learfield Sports Directors Cup and decades of success in many sports. Many great student-athletes who got their start at Penn State have gone on to become great coaches.

Just not at Penn State.

Those ties may bind. But they seemingly tie the door shut as well....

After all our fun back and forth...it's amazing what a tiny bit of research turns up...

I would LOOOVE to hear an impassioned rebuttal to this here argument..

Nice thing is, it's pretty neutral as to our situation, insofar as GKC has aptly pointed out...

AG is our man 2014..yay.
Go Canes.

Wins at Temple since Golden left: 9,4 and 2. Please, tell me more about how he isn't a good football coach and doesn't get the most of the talent he has. I guess that means Addazio and Rhule can't hack in in the MAC?

I would hope recruits have better research and knowledge than these blogs, about the life changing decisions that are about to make.

Posted by: beedharphong | January 11, 2014 at 02:52 PM

Beed, I agree with you. But after reading Brian London's tweet, I want our fans to be circumspect, that's all.

Clearly, everyone is entitled to their opinion, but think about it, why would any player spurn Miami to go to Lubbock? It is not like they have any tradition at TT.

Or not play here and go to 4-8 UF team. Just doesn't make sense.

Posted by: beedharphong | January 11, 2014 at 03:07 PM

So, let me get this straight. This PSU Joyner guy is not going to favor folks who graduated from PSU to coach there. While he talks about "full autonomy" he reserves the right to veto assistant coaches the head coach may want to bring in.

Seems to be a very bad situation and not full autonomy at all. No wonder O'Brien left PSU. Was he forced to retain two of Joe Pa's assistants? Good Luck to any coach who decides to coach under this AD.

Wins at Temple since Golden left: 9,4 and 2. Please, tell me more about how he isn't a good football coach and doesn't get the most of the talent he has. I guess that means Addazio and Rhule can't hack in in the MAC?
Posted by: Worst Fans Ever | January 11, 2014 at 03:20 PM

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The talent the Mac staff left at temple stunk!!

Sound familiar???

Foot,
I gotcha. I am trying not to let my emotional over-investment get the better of me anymore, as much it has in the recent past.

I think these kids have a lot of different variables in their decision making processes that we just can't be privy to.

Just a couple of factors I can only speculate on :
Immediate Playing time, wanting to spread wings into the world, get away from home...

Though I was never a collegiate athlete,

I remember ditching Texas at the first opportunity to come to Miami; significantly to experience a whole new part of the world with an outstanding educational opportunity to boot.

We're getting some bad news on recruiting, we're getting some good news....We're gonna be alright.

Out of 29 or whatever incoming, realistically, only 3-6 will have any major impact next year, a la DJ, Coley, DZP, or Chick.

Thomas and Kaaya are my biggies at this point.

Re 4-8 UF? They need all the help they can get - the parry to the thrust of the reloading argument teams like Alabummer get to make.

“Everything that has been reported re: Golden and Penn State was accurate,” Ferman wrote on his web site. “These things happen in coaching searches all the time….The head coach just went to the brink with Penn State. We covered it every step of the way and annihilated every media outlet.”

Ferman said by phone: “We have an obligation to the people who subscribe to our web site to report all stories as aggressively as possible…. We had four confirmations that he had an agreement in principle.”

Regrets? Ferman said he has none.

“We knew the risks of running with it to the degree that we did, but we got a fourth and the strongest confirmation on Saturday night, and I decided at 8 a.m. Sunday to go with the story,” he said. “We learned Golden had given Penn State an ultimatum that he had to have a signed contract immediately. There was no doubt in our mind that Al would be at a press conference Monday at Penn State based on information we were receiving from several sources.”

~Barry Jackson

Canesport guy?

Not really sure what point you're getting at here, Zook.

I am dense.

Golden was more than ready to jump ship?

Those guys have gotten so much wrong, I really don't give much credence to what they predict, though one can appreciate the explanation they give.

They gambled. They're paying.

What do you think of the 35-2 PSU non-grads hiring, Zook?

So alfraud pressed his 1st love to sign a contract before his Monday morning show with Rose and before his end of the season presser.

Psu said NO, we have to interview all of the best candidates. Then Goldie comes out to say he wasn't a candidate for any opening. A half truer is still a LIE!! He was still hoping they would get back to him which never happened.

That why he was so uncomfortable when the question was ask in the radio and end of the year interviews.

Penn St got it right tho. Good for them, not so good for UM because his BFF is still the acting dco!

Nash,
Yeah, seems like a strange post for Zook to make...

I can't believe anyone still doubts that he would've left.


So, let me get this straight. This PSU Joyner guy is not going to favor folks who graduated from PSU to coach there. While he talks about "full autonomy" he reserves the right to veto assistant coaches the head coach may want to bring in.

Seems to be a very bad situation and not full autonomy at all. No wonder O'Brien left PSU. Was he forced to retain two of Joe Pa's assistants? Good Luck to any coach who decides to coach under this AD.

Posted by: Football | January 11, 2014 at 03:43 PM

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While it was clear that O'Brien had NFL aspirations based on what I have read and heard (radio interview)
it is clear he had a falling out with the ungrateful Penn State fans and possibly with Joyner. Various PSU football alumni made it clear that they wanted Al Golden. That is not a knock on Franklin. It is my OPINION that Al Golden was in fact Penn State's first choice and somehow Joyner fumbled the ball, which caused Golden to remove his name from consideration. I suspect Golden saw things in Joyner's approach/attitude that O'Brien also saw that gave him second thoughts.

As a sidebar...Mark May and Lou Holtz stood on their heads while bellowing that Al Golden was by far the best man for the PSU job.

The talent the Mac staff left at temple stunk!!

Posted by: Nash | January 11, 2014 at 03:48 PM

Considering Temple barely recorded ANY wins prior, this statement is plain stupid. I guess going to their first bowl game in 30 years was the product of wizardry and happy accident too.

Being this dumb on purpose must be difficult to maintain, but you guys do it so well...


Canesport guy?

Not really sure what point you're getting at here, Zook.

I am dense.

Golden was more than ready to jump ship?

Those guys have gotten so much wrong, I really don't give much credence to what they predict, though one can appreciate the explanation they give.

They gambled. They're paying.

What do you think of the 35-2 PSU non-grads hiring, Zook?

Posted by: beedharphong | January 11, 2014 at 04:00 PM

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I agree that Ferman has gotten it wrong before as in the John Gruden fiasco and even posted that observation on this blog. But, his side of the story clearly demonstrates that Al Golden was in fact Penn State's first choice. Had James Franklin been PSU's first choice then they would have interviewed him first not wanting to waste time and potentially losing him to one of the other various jobs his name was being associated with. For whatever the reason(s) it appears Al Golden had a change of heart and thankfully decided to stay at Miami.

As for the 35-2 PSU non-grads hiring...I don't know enough about that situation to offer an opinion, although as for that applying to the head football coach position it is important to remember that Joe Paterno was the head coach at PSU for what--5000 years! And the hiring of O'Brien immediately after Joe and all of the well documented turmoil was most probably done not wanting to bring a former PSU'er in, thus giving the impression that they were just going back to business as usual.

Nash,

I asked you this the other day...just how many screen names do you use on this blog. My guess is 10. Am I close?

One final question; how many head coaching jobs was your boy Muschamp offered during this off-season?


The talent the Mac staff left at temple stunk!!

Posted by: Nash | January 11, 2014 at 03:48 PM

Considering Temple barely recorded ANY wins prior, this statement is plain stupid. I guess going to their first bowl game in 30 years was the product of wizardry and happy accident too.

Being this dumb on purpose must be difficult to maintain, but you guys do it so well...

Posted by: Worst Fans Ever | January 11, 2014 at 04:25 PM

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Worst Fans Ever,

My apologies for constantly reposting your comments, but they are spot-on and best describe the bashers. My all time favorite was your overview of Tubman...a classic! Keep up the great work!

Nash and/or Nashvillecane that's it!

For whatever the reason(s) it appears Al Golden had a change of heart and thankfully decided to stay at Miami.

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Nope they decided for him when they wouldn't offer his begging @Zz a contract BEFORE they interviewed ALL candidates!

Zook-

Re-post all you like, I appreciate the love. Keep up the good fight for all the sane and rational fans out there. It's nice to have a few of us in the sea of tard here.

does anyone know of anybody we are realistically goin to replace the losses of bethel & Powell with?... I know prince is coming for a visit & we can never have enough o lineman but what about a bigger back or another cornerback?... any word on maybe Louisville or penn st defectors we may be chasing?... & does anyone think the offer to Harris to compete at qb maybe because all the "insiders" are right about kayaa & we are goin to lose him? serious reponses please... if that is possible here ha

We always look unprepared on defense, but the offense keeps us in games.
Posted by: Canesjunkie | January 11, 2014 at 03:03 PM
I think we had good gameplan for the first half of FSU and also adjusted well in game for GT/ UNC/ WF. Howard's first interception against UVA tells me the guys are getting prepared well, but are not able to adjust quickly enough in the games we lost. In my opinion, VT is all on defense, Duke is mostly on Defense, FSU is mixed and the bowl is all on O. We cannot let the opposing teams get 80+ plays a game. If they do, they will put up 500+ yards and we'd be lucky to win. With the worst possible 3rd down rates on both O and D, it is not easy to win.

Vandy's SEC record over the past three years is 2-6, 5-3 and 4-4. They lost huge to TAMU+Mizzou and they luckily got GA and FL when their impact players were out. Otherwise, I think their record would've been poorer this year. So, one can question Franklin's capabilities as a coach too.

Maybe if the other liars and haters on this blog were former UM players like me they could see that we have the greatest coach in college football.

Maybe if the other liars and haters on this blog were former UM players like me they could see that we have the greatest coach in college football.

Im the only opinion that matters because I played at UM and everyone else is a hater and liar

i just like to point out that guys like stewert mandel , and most football writers covering college football picked miami to finish with 3 maybe 4 wins in 012 and they won 7 games. They beat a florida team before they lost there startign qb, rb, top dl and all the others that got injured, They have improved every year under golden and he deserves a chance to finish what he started. Most college jobs require a 5-6 yr rebuild There are exceptions. Florida had zook recruiting top notch stars for yrs before urban came and won immediatly, Alabama got top 10 classes under shula before saban took them over the top , The fact is miami was never a 3 yr rebuild The fact here are those think they should of won acc and national title this year are deluded. Im not saying Golden is best coach in college football. I am saying he deserves more then 3 yrs to prove his worth especially with what he accomplised at temple and when u factor in the ncaa mess he had to go through at miami. I thought shannon deserved a 5th year but losing to usf at home got him fired. I think all college coaches when taking over deserve a right to coach a team made up of there players. I happen to think golden will get miami over the top and win acc title and national title. I have that right. He recruits well and he has built a good foundation and given every reason to trust he knows what he is doing. if in 2 yrs this team is still mid of the road id have no issue callign for his head but not after 3 yrs.


Zook-

Re-post all you like, I appreciate the love. Keep up the good fight for all the sane and rational fans out there. It's nice to have a few of us in the sea of tard here.

Posted by: Worst Fans Ever | January 11, 2014 at 04:52 PM

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Will do my friend!

Notice that one of the intellectually starved has resorted to stealing my screen name...imitation is the highest form of flattery, unfortunately our version of 'Sponge Bob Square Pants' would never understand that concept. So, if nothing else, at least I have put him on full tilt. LOL!!


Nope they decided for him when they wouldn't offer his begging @Zz a contract BEFORE they interviewed ALL candidates!

Posted by: Nash | January 11, 2014 at 04:49 PM

Post a link to a reliable source that is reporting that information. If not, then it is simply more lies.

We learned Golden had given Penn State an ultimatum that he had to have a signed contract immediately. There was no doubt in our mind that Al would be at a press conference Monday at Penn State based on information we were receiving from several sources.”

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So why didn't they offer him a contract zookie?

Damn Moten just decommitted to reopen his recruiting. Could stay, might go. That's 2 DT's

Brad Kaaya made a good point Sunday when talking about his commitment to Miami.

The West Hills [Calif.] Chaminade quarterback has been the subject of speculation that he is going to decommit from the Hurricanes for local Southern California favorites UCLA or USC, but seeing him in Orlando squashed any such rumors.

“I’m committed to Miami. I wouldn’t’ be flying all the way out here, spending my own money … buying my own ticket for a bowl game,” Kaaya said.

The 6-foot-4, 215-pound Kaaya made the trip to watch Miami in this past weekend’s Russell Athletic Bowl, and saw the Hurricanes lose 36-9 against Louisville. He then ventured out to ESPN’s Wide World of Sports the next day to watch some of his future UM teammates during practice for the Under Armour All-American Game.

His appearance in Orlando effectively shut down any rumors there are to his UM commitment, but he did say he understands the speculation.

“Being from Los Angeles and people think, ‘Oh, USC or UCLA want him … he’s gonna go there,’ ” Kaaya said. “I’m sure if a kid out here was committed to USC or UCLA and was from Miami ... they might think he might decommit and go there too, so it goes both ways.”

He was able to meet up with a few players that he will eventually team with at Miami, like Under Armour selections Braxton Berrios, a receiver from North Carolina; Chad Thomas, a defensive end from Miami Booker T. Washington; Kc McDermott, an offensive lineman from Palm Beach Central High; and Trevor Darling, an offensive lineman from Miami Central. Another UM commit and Darling’s teammate, running back Joseph Yearby, is also on the roster but unable to play do to a broken leg he suffered in the state playoffs.

He also was able to meet current Hurricanes offensive lineman and McDermott’s older brother Shane, a junior this past season, at the Under Armour practice.

“It was nice … I was talking to Braxton out here and all these guys … and Shane McDermott, actually,” Kaaya said.

Kaaya will be playing the U.S. Marine Corps-sponsored Semper Fi All-American Bowl in Carson, Calif., on Sunday at 9 p.m.

“It’s awesome to be playing in my home state one last time … I’m looking forward to it,” Kaaya said. “

Chris Hays is the Sentinel recruiting coverage coordinator

I just wanted to emphasis that I used to play football at UM.

Do you guys see how well I cut and paste. I learned that with the degree I got while playing football at UM.


just wanted to emphasis that I used to play football at UM.

Posted by: Ron Zook | January 11, 2014 at 05:58 PM

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Yo Stupid!! "emphasis??" You meant "emphasize" dummy--laughing out loud at YOU!! It's bad enough that you have to steal the screen names of those so much smarter than you and aren't capable enough to author an intelligible post on your own, but now I have to teach you proper grammar.

Why is the fake Ron Zook accusing others of stealing IDs when he stole my ID.

Are you jealous you never played football at UM like me fake Ron Zook?

Fake Ron Zook are you saying saying that my UM education I got when I was a player there made me a dummy?

All I wanted to do was talk about my love of Big Al Golden, and spread the word about the book of Golden.

Vanderbilt 4 star defensive tackle commitment Michael Sawyers has reopened his recruiting and is said to be in serious discussions to commit to the University of Miami.

Fake Ron Zook how did you know the prayer I recite every night about our savior Al Golden?

Zook,
If you'll take a few moments to read the excerpts or the entire article I posted about PSU's AD, you'll see that the various opinions on the qualitative components of each respective candidates, as to their individual coaching abilities are largely taken COMPLETELY out of the equation...

The NUMBERS the writer presents about the hiring practices since the AD took the helm in the wake of the scandal tell the most important factors of the whole story.

The AD's discretion in hiring with final approval from the BOT is a key point. The AD didn't want, and didn't hire PSU grads - across the board of the athletics program!!!

Deduction from those numbers glean a motivation by the AD and BOT:

Stepping AWAY from those tied to Paterno and PSU's recent past, most notably PSU Graduates and former coaches. Period.

Yes, there was a large contingent of Paternobots who loved AG and wanted him badly. Yes, they interviewed him first by all appearances...

However, as PSU is a public institution, they are statutorily bound to interview at least 7 candidates, publicly advertise the open position, etc.,

That AG was first to be interviewed is not definitive proof, by any stretch, that he was their first and best choice, as you seem to strongly assert and maintain.


BTW, did you notice that the writer also points out that PSU allegedly interviewed both Munchak and AG in 2011-2012?!!

I think that is very interesting, indeed, but don't need to digress too much on that point..

Further, by your own post, invoking Ferman and/or D. Barry -
“We learned Golden had given Penn State an ultimatum that he had to have a signed contract immediately."

AG wanted it in 2011-2012, again last weekend - badly enough to demand a contract immediately, but then had a change of heart...

- then your own opinion:
"...was most probably done not wanting to bring a former PSU'er in, thus giving the impression that they were just going back to business as usual.'

Which the article backs up with VERY HARD NUMBERS.

More of your opinion:

"...But, his side of the story clearly demonstrates that Al Golden was in fact Penn State's first choice..."
- Again, They HAD to interview several candidates...

You - "...Had James Franklin been PSU's first choice then they would have interviewed him first not wanting to waste time and potentially losing him to one of the other various jobs his name was being associated with.

1) Again, that's not how the process works - and
2) what other jobs was AG associated with?

You: "...For whatever the reason(s) it appears Al Golden had a change of heart and thankfully decided to stay at Miami."

Not to be unnecessarily combative here, but:

The evidence suggests instead that AG interviewed previously while coaching UM 2011-12 [motives aside], demanded a quick contract last week [your own admission], Didn't get it, and wasn't going to...

BECAUSE THE AD DIDN'T WANT MORE OF "that they were just going back to business as usual...," as YOU put it.

Do you have a response?

Some ppl must be utterly pathetic if their idea of fun is sitting on their ass on a Saturday and stealing other ppl's ID. You guys seriously have issues. If you had played at UM like me then you would be out enjoying the fruits of your labor.

He's a local kid. I didn't hear a whole lot about him during the season.

Play at the same HS as Fentress and Elder so that's the connection.

beed you are seriously the biggest moron I have ever encountered? And who cares about facts when everyone else is a liar and have absolutely no idea about anything related to UM football bc no one else here PLAYED LIKE I DID. SO why dont you go take a flashlight, print out a picture of Big Al Golden, wrap it around the flashlight really really tight, lube it up really well and shove it up your ass. I do that when I'm stressed and it really helps. It should help with the constant stress you live with bc of your seriously low IQ.

Sorry about point 2 - you were referring to Franklin being up for other jobs.

My conclusion stands. :)

Nash how many aliases is that? Huh? youre such a stupid hater that the only thing you can do is switch IDs after I prove you wrong over and over again.

AL GOLDEN HAS THE MOST EXCUSES IN ALL OF CFB.

Nice, other Fake Zook with other blue typepad ID.

I'd like a real response, real Zook.

Anyone else?

Those numbers don't lie and pretty much tell the real story without a bunch of TMZ/Twitter gossip, just actual, factual research presented very well by the PSU writer.

Really clears things up for me and allows me to put tht issue to rest, so we can focus on 8 months of what's coming.

Beed, basically, Golden wanted more than anything to go to PSU so he could deal with real sanctions and have more excuses to use bc he saw that now the ncaa is gone what will his next excuse be? Its all about excuses to Golden you haters/liars will never understand. But PSU was too smart bc seriously why would they downgrade? Every coach should be an upgrade over the previous but Golden would be a massive step back.

Oh and before I forget.
BIG AL GOLDEN GIVES UP THE MOST YARDS AND HAS THE MOST EXCUSES IN ALL OF CFB.

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