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Postby VaderFin » Wed Nov 16, 2005 10:50 am

kevinoc81 wrote:
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VaderFin wrote:I wonder what the chances are that the Fins trade up for Leinart or to trade down or just flat out draft Quinn......


In 2007? Quinn announced Saturday that he will definately be back at Notre Dame in 2006.



Really? I'd like to see the link on that.....


Just something they said during the game Saturday. You're right though, it's truly not official until it is official. Set in stone. Written down. Draft over. ;-D



I think Young goes pro for sure and maybe Quinn. We shall see.
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Postby sharptongued1 » Wed Nov 16, 2005 2:05 pm

VaderFin wrote:
kevinoc81 wrote:
VaderFin wrote:
kevinoc81 wrote:
VaderFin wrote:I wonder what the chances are that the Fins trade up for Leinart or to trade down or just flat out draft Quinn......


In 2007? Quinn announced Saturday that he will definately be back at Notre Dame in 2006.



Really? I'd like to see the link on that.....


Just something they said during the game Saturday. You're right though, it's truly not official until it is official. Set in stone. Written down. Draft over. ;-D



I think Young goes pro for sure and maybe Quinn. We shall see.


Texas players don't leave early. Haven't yet, and I don't see a trend starting with Young.
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Postby VaderFin » Wed Nov 16, 2005 2:22 pm

sharptongued1 wrote:
VaderFin wrote:
kevinoc81 wrote:
VaderFin wrote:
kevinoc81 wrote:
VaderFin wrote:I wonder what the chances are that the Fins trade up for Leinart or to trade down or just flat out draft Quinn......


In 2007? Quinn announced Saturday that he will definately be back at Notre Dame in 2006.



Really? I'd like to see the link on that.....


Just something they said during the game Saturday. You're right though, it's truly not official until it is official. Set in stone. Written down. Draft over. ;-D


Yep, historically they have not.


I think Young goes pro for sure and maybe Quinn. We shall see.


Texas players don't leave early. Haven't yet, and I don't see a trend starting with Young.
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Postby Plindsey88 » Wed Nov 16, 2005 2:28 pm

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VaderFin wrote:
kevinoc81 wrote:
VaderFin wrote:
kevinoc81 wrote:
VaderFin wrote:I wonder what the chances are that the Fins trade up for Leinart or to trade down or just flat out draft Quinn......


In 2007? Quinn announced Saturday that he will definately be back at Notre Dame in 2006.



Really? I'd like to see the link on that.....


Just something they said during the game Saturday. You're right though, it's truly not official until it is official. Set in stone. Written down. Draft over. ;-D



I think Young goes pro for sure and maybe Quinn. We shall see.


Texas players don't leave early. Haven't yet, and I don't see a trend starting with Young.


If I'm Vince Young, I come out for sure... With his style of play, he's just begging for a knee injury that kills his draft value... I think it really all depends on whether or not they win the Championship... If they do, I can totally see Young declaring... If they don't then I can see him coming back for another year without Bush and Leinart to compete with.... Same goes for the Heisman... If he were to somehow win it, I think he's as good as gone, if he finishes second or third behind the USC guys, then I can see him coming back for another crack at the trophy...
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Postby sharptongued1 » Wed Nov 16, 2005 3:20 pm

Plindsey88 wrote:
sharptongued1 wrote:
VaderFin wrote:
kevinoc81 wrote:
VaderFin wrote:
kevinoc81 wrote:
VaderFin wrote:I wonder what the chances are that the Fins trade up for Leinart or to trade down or just flat out draft Quinn......


In 2007? Quinn announced Saturday that he will definately be back at Notre Dame in 2006.



Really? I'd like to see the link on that.....


Just something they said during the game Saturday. You're right though, it's truly not official until it is official. Set in stone. Written down. Draft over. ;-D



I think Young goes pro for sure and maybe Quinn. We shall see.


Texas players don't leave early. Haven't yet, and I don't see a trend starting with Young.


If I'm Vince Young, I come out for sure... With his style of play, he's just begging for a knee injury that kills his draft value... I think it really all depends on whether or not they win the Championship... If they do, I can totally see Young declaring... If they don't then I can see him coming back for another year without Bush and Leinart to compete with.... Same goes for the Heisman... If he were to somehow win it, I think he's as good as gone, if he finishes second or third behind the USC guys, then I can see him coming back for another crack at the trophy...


Texas players don't leave early. Haven't yet, and I don't see a trend starting with Young.
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Postby Plindsey88 » Wed Nov 16, 2005 4:19 pm

sharptongued1 wrote:Texas players don't leave early. Haven't yet, and I don't see a trend starting with Young.



When was the last time Texas won the national title, again? 1969?

Yes, Texas players do not normally declare early... Because usually they are wanting one more shot at the Title...

The only reasons Vince Young might stay are (a) he wants another shot at the Title they may lose to USC this year, (b) he wants another shot at the Heisman that he may lose to Reggie Bush or Matt Leinart this year, or (c) he feels he has a legitimate shot at being the first overall pick in the 2007 draft (something that I do not feel is a given)....

If he were to win the Heisman and the National Championship this year, I think he declares... If he loses either, then I could see him staying... I guess we'll see...
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Postby sharptongued1 » Wed Nov 16, 2005 5:48 pm

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sharptongued1 wrote:Texas players don't leave early. Haven't yet, and I don't see a trend starting with Young.


Yes, Texas players do not normally declare early... Because usually they are wanting one more shot at the Title...

I guess we'll see...


There are teams that don't win the national title (that have a shot at it) every year that have their underclassmen bolt for the NFL draft. Under Mack Brown, it simply hasn't happened.
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Postby daullaz » Wed Nov 16, 2005 6:32 pm

sharptongued1 wrote:
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sharptongued1 wrote:Texas players don't leave early. Haven't yet, and I don't see a trend starting with Young.


Yes, Texas players do not normally declare early... Because usually they are wanting one more shot at the Title...

I guess we'll see...


There are teams that don't win the national title (that have a shot at it) every year that have their underclassmen bolt for the NFL draft. Under Mack Brown, it simply hasn't happened.


You just can't ever tell. The stars were aligned for Leinart to come out last year: Heisman, two championships, #1 pick without a doubt, staying close to home by playing for the Niners. And yet he came back. Just cause no one ever comes out early under Mack doesn't mean it won't happen. There's ALWAYS a first! Though there probably already has been one, just not as highly-touted....
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