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Sack Lloyd Carr / General Michigan Football Discussion / realistic timeframe for verbal commits to feel comfortable with RR & staff
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R Madia 
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# Posted: 23 Dec 2007 17:56


I thought I would ask, is it realistic to think by LOI day that the current recruits will get a comfort level with RR. It took Christian months to really access all he had seen at the universiities he visited and Michigan came out on top. These current commits have a lot on their plate and now how can they "trust" what RR says to them. There is no bond formed yet and with 97% of the existing staff gone, is it realistic to think all commits or even 50% will stay.


Just wondering

Sparty 
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# Posted: 23 Dec 2007 21:47


R Madia

There is a new site now its at the top of the page

Blue Is Nice 
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# Posted: 24 Dec 2007 07:21


R Madia

At most I think UM will lose 2-3 players because of the coaching changes. No more. Please ask your son to watch videos of WVU's use of a power-back (I think its Owen Schmidt) this year.


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