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Gary Denning

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KU7679 (Gary Denning) says...

I have no problem with players transferring. Schools can recruit over players and can revoke scholarships. And some players are just not a good fit at a school for whatever reason. It's only fair for a student-athlete to have the right to leave if they believe a move is in his/her best interests.

KU7679 (Gary Denning) says...

Highest rated signee ever? I think Frank Seuer and Kerwin Bell, among others, would like to question that. Maybe highest rated recruit since websites started putting out so much information on recruiting, but not highest ever.

KU7679 (Gary Denning) says...

It would be nice to sign a good qb and a couple of OL's from the portal and then use them to lure Parchment and Robinson back for another year.

KU7679 (Gary Denning) says...

What a great golf course (actually courses) to play. One of the most picturesque golf facilities in the world.

KU7679 (Gary Denning) says...

Lots of great athletes, especially big men, have been poor shooters. Wilt was a notoriously poor free throw shooter. So was Shaq.

KU7679 (Gary Denning) says...

Going to KSU.

KU7679 (Gary Denning) says...

I know that many kids are happy to gain 3 points after taking an ACT test prep course. So an increase of 10 points would be a huge jump that would be difficult to explain.

KU7679 (Gary Denning) says...

A Kansas/KU guy does something great and you two are complaining about an announcer? Just wow. Rock Chalk and congrats to a great Jayhawk and Kansan.

KU7679 (Gary Denning) says...

Forget it. He's rolling.

KU7679 (Gary Denning) says...

I like how Beaty makes the point that ISU's qb can move "“The other thing is he can move,” KU’s coach added of ISU’s QB. “In this day and age, there's so many freaks playing on the other side of the ball, you better be able to move a little bit."

He says that and then chooses to play a qb who moves like a glacier.

On Gameday Breakdown: KU football vs. Iowa State

Posted 3 November 2018, 10:28 a.m. Suggest removal