Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Tuesday News --- Jan 26th, 2010

Still lots of stories about Valadimir Ducasse being published. NJ.com has a good human interest one here.

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William & Mary's 2010 schedule is up. They have games with new FCS/I-AA team Old Dominion and North Carolina.

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First brought to my attention over at the Wizard of Odds Blog: NCAA rules for college football recruiting.

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The FCS Now blog has list of the 18 head coaching changes in FCS/I-AA this year.

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5 comments:

Anonymous said...

we have the sc qb signed yet?

UMass74 said...

I think someone was attempting to pull our leg on that one.

He's been mentioned with Charleston Southern or Coastal Carolina. He left USC once (and returned) because he was homesick and that was the same state. Hard to see him moving to New England.

Anonymous said...

if we dont get a qb who is ready to come into fall camp and compete for a starter job then this recruiting season is a failure. This team will run the ball with success next year you can bank on it. They cant be successful when the qb position is turning the ball over regularly.

Anonymous said...

I know everyone is antioctavious but lets see what this kid can do, he was highly touted out of High School, there is no way he can do any worst then last years qbs, give him a chance, bring in some one to compete and lets go!!! He may be just what we need

MinuteFan said...

I couldn't agree more with 'Anonymous'. Taking a look at next years schedule, this team wins 3-4 games without an upgrade at QB. The good news is that I think the coach knows this as well. He is under no illusions. Now, can he do anything about it? If not, then prepare for a "rebuilding" year.