I read a comment last night from a guy that covers Clemson recruiting and it read "I have no idea what Tua is thinking." No doubt, there's a lot of truth there. But it doesn't stop him as you'll see in the series of tweets embedded here.
Here's where my view of the QB situation differs from a lot of others.
I think we'd be foolish to believe that Saban doesn't want some healthy competition going into camp. Young and Lia are capable (Sorry Tyson you're just not there yet) of pushing for the starting job. Just because there is a competition for the position doesn't mean that Mac would lose, as we all remember Cooper Bateman started over Jalen Hurts for a bit there and nobody thought Hurts was going to win that position at the time since Bateman and Barnett had been around for a bit already and Saban never went with a Freshman before. Now we all know that Saban goes for whoever gives him the best shot at a NCC.
I saw a similar statement earlier this morning.
Exactly! I bet these line up pretty favorably. Right now, right now is what money does to people and how it affects college football. A lot of negativity brought about because of the almighty dollar. So for those players wanting a degree or simply prolong their college life, now they are in the wrong in a lot of people's eyes. Since when did getting an education become making the wrong decision? Since when did you doing what you wanted with your life become the wrong decision?
All valid points. Because of what media has become... And maybe society has always been this way and it's just exposed more... Everyone wants to be in everyone else's "pockets" to tell them, judge, or figure out how much $ so and so is going to make and why. It's proven to be very valuable entertainment. There are times I enjoy it... Not gonna lie, and perhaps even have my own opinions on the matter
He's batting 1000.... he doesn't know what he's thinking either.
He's 2 for 2 .... he doesn't know what he's thinking either.
He's 2 for 2.... he doesn't know what he's thinking either.