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Sarah sorry about the Herpes.
The CHASE is on...
As a player?
I agree with this move, purely from a business stand point. You have a short shelf life as a RB (look at him as an example). In the short time he will be in nfl (unlikely to play), he will still make more money than at any other time in his life (even if he later lands a great, cushy, six-figure office job). You can always return to college later to finish the degree (and this is coming from someone with a law degree who recognizes the importance of a college, at least for most people, not for super athletes with nfl potential). No business man in his right mind would leave hundreds of thousands of dollars, and maybe even millions, on the table to get a college degree.
Best of luck to him going forward if he makes this decision. I am one of those on the side of his return, as I think he has huge play making potential and could be important for a title run. However, we have many other young running backs who WILL step up.
Always had a dream of getting rich? Is he getting a medical redshirt and transferring to Auburn?
Twitter is so stupid.
Maybe he was being discouraged from taking the medical red shirt route because it would open up another scholarship. You have to think that between Marshall, Elliot and maybe one or two others we could find a replacement. I think our sniffing around other running backs has more to do with Hyde's possibly leaving than Hall's.
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