LC may lose Dzurko to Del

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    RichH
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    While rumor not confirmed it does appear that Del went in on him and offered a schollie. If true unfortunate for Pards as he is an excellent OL recruit that we tried for also. The drawback to not being a LOI conference but given whats going on this year with verbals and dominoes falling all over with kids and coaches flipping their choices I guess not surprising that fall out has come to our PL.

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    bogus megapardus
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    Dzurko did, indeed, take the money from Delaware, at the very last minute on signing day. Delaware fans suggest that the school and its coaches bear no moral responsibility for persuading a kid to switch after he has publicly committed elsewhere. I suppose it’s all in the nature of competition for the best athletes, but it still stings.

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    ngineer
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    As I commented on cs.com, the word "Commitment" should never be used after the adjective "verbal" in this culture. No such thing. Another prime example of the scholarship issue rearing its head.

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    lfnadmin
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    "bogus megapardus" wrote: Dzurko did, indeed, take the money from Delaware, at the very last minute on signing day. Delaware fans suggest that the school and its coaches bear no moral responsibility for persuading a kid to switch after he has publicly committed elsewhere. I suppose it’s all in the nature of competition for the best athletes, but it still stings.

    From the fan base that brought us the verb "Furmaned", that’s particularly rich.

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    bogus megapardus
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    "lfnadmin" wrote: From the fan base that brought us the verb "Furmaned", that’s particularly rich.

    Perhaps one could borrow from an old naval term for a punishment inflicted on a wayward Tar by immersing him and dragging him amidships – "Keeler-Hauled."

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