Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by letsgoavs192, Aug 5, 2014.
I don't mind rooting for him 11 weeks a year, just like I'll do for Cyler Miles.
But, damn, both of those guys should be Buffs.
This one might come back to haunt us...ya never know until happens.
Graham already trying to switch his position to LB. [emoji13]Filthy little turd.
It will hurt us for sure but you can´t get too down. It sounds like the staff put out all the stops and got closer than most people thought they could to reeling him in. I would hope that this time next year or at worst the following year, in-state guys like Ballage would choose the Buffs. Unfortunately at the skill positions in Colorado, Ballages come around very infrequently.
Its not his fault -- but I can't help but be a little bitter when he said the long wait to sign his NLI was being torn b/w fUCLA and ASU. We spent that last week really thinking we had a shot.
He's dead to me.
When Graham was recruiting Ballage, he told him he was his "dream running back".
Good, I look forward to Gillam putting him on his ass
Graham fibbed? No way.
100% honest. He dreamed of Ballage playing 3 days in shorts at RB during his first camp before being moved to linebacker.
Not too late for him to sit out and come to CU next year. Get a waiver for the coach lying to him. Lol
Solid competition with Leonard Fournette for most swoll freshman
'cept he'd have to sit out 2 years transferring in conference.
That's an old Big 12 rule. Doesn't apply here.
So, it is not a rule in the PAC that an in conference transfer has to sit out 2 years instead of one? Hmm. Didn't know that. I thought I'd heard otherwise. I didn't just dream it up. I don't think. Who knows? Maybe I did.
I think that there's a similar pac 12 rule, like he has to sit out one year and doesn't get financial aid the other or something like that.
You don't lose a year of eligibility if you transfer inside the conference. iirc, it is discouraged by not allowing a financial aid agreement the first year on campus while sitting out.
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