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    SEC Media Days

    I think Davis may get a go.
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    safety CJ Harris ineligible

    Interestingly, the Big 3 just OKd the use of CBD oil for their athletes. No idea how they will test the oil against the use of marijuana for their players. Maybe this issue can be revisited soon as more players use the oil for various ailments.
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    Stidham interview at Manning Camp

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    injuries update

    I expect Dinson back by fall. I think Brahms should be good to go as well but may be a little slower to get back into playing shape. Newkirk will take longer to see the field. I don't expect Will or Eli back this year. The new rule is interesting, because both could redshirt if they wanted. Might be possible to get them back towards the end of the year and give them a touch or two if they can rejoin practices, but doubt it. I think Gus likes to keep that door open. Does anyone know if new players coming in for next year early can actually play in bowl games now without losing the redshirt? I thought i had read that there was still a restriction on that.
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    safety CJ Harris ineligible

    Perfect post.
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    safety CJ Harris ineligible

    Trouble for the NCAA is that the oil makes it virtually impossible to pick up true cannabis in a drug screen. What is surprising to me is that so many of the drug screens are school-specific anyway. As for the seizures, once under control he could play with precautions. (Just like the snow girl in softball.) the oil either needs cleared for everybody--and then whoa watch out to see lots of players be prescribed the med to "cover" or player needs to find another way to control the seizure like traditional meds if possible until the rule is changed or marijuana is legalized in sports for recreational use, which also seems relatively reasonable.
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    Prince Tega Wanogho a rising star

    Ellitor is right. RT for Driscoll. Comes down to center and left tackle, decides a lot of our season IMO.
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    Prince Tega Wanogho a rising star

    Hearing from those in the know that he will not change driscolls position.
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    Prince Tega Wanogho a rising star

    Grimes is a breath of fresh air compared to Hand. Holy cow...fundamentals!
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    Tigers are Stronger than Cancer

    Behind you, AU1H1! Hang in there!
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    A-Day thread

    Yes I expect both centers ready to go by fall. I think Kim obviously will have the major advantage as Brahms injury will take some time.
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    A-Day thread

    No major injuries as I'm aware. Day to day stuff. nasty weather plus how we ended the season set up for less than spectacular optimism. That coupled with the 7-on-7 stuff, injuries, and the drops and poor passing gave the appearance of a not-so-wonderful A-day. No the sky is not falling and we can still be good, but it is not incorrect to be a little concerned. In the end though it is a glorified scrimmage, and it was extra vanilla. We shouldn't be Debbie downers about it. my opinion, we will win a lot of games with our front 7. We will some games with Stidham. The three or four that could go either way will be decided on how well our O Line can get it together. Here's hoping! War Eagle!
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    A-Day thread

    Gonna be a while to get anything verifiable but no major injuries. Day to day stuff. Got until fall to get some warm bodies at center.
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    A-Day thread

    Broussard has played well.
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    A-Day thread

    I suppose we could wait a while but we can tell based on mechanism of injury, initial movement, clinical symptoms etc. But you are right!