This is good news. When they opted out last year I was 100% sure they were gone. Naturally, we have a long way to go before kickoff but things are looking a tad brighter for a change.CRS did say the two P5 transfers who opted out of 2020 will be returning for 2021 and we have a total of 6 RBs and that's why none were signed
Good gracious. After seeing that Sherman kid’s film, gotta give Brent some props. Because that dude is legit and extremely underrated by the recruiting services. If he has a work ethic he will not only start from day one he’s going to be in the NFL.
WKU loaded up with several P5 transfers And remade their offensive staff, moving from a pro/spread hybrid to AirRaid offense (Tyson Helton’s brother followed the same path a few years ago).Unlike Basketball which is a complete dumpster fire and will be for the foreseeable future, football has some hope. Stockstill has, on rare occasions, put together pretty good teams. And last year's signing class was my favorite class ever on record.
We are going to be absolutely loaded at WR. If we can get the OL and QB position figured out, our offense could be fairly decent.
Without looking at other teams yet, we should have a punchers chance in the East. Anyone know what Marshall, FAU and WKU looking like ?
Hard to tell. If this class gets this program to 6-6 or 7-5 then what good will it be? Another extension for a coach that has not demonstrated he can dominate a conference and win a championship? A trip to a bowl game no one can get to and then watch them lose badly on one of the espn family of channels you have to search hard for on cable?
I want Championships. ChampionshipS. Not a fluke season. MULTIPLE championships. A move back to mediocrity from pathetic does nothing for me. Win Big or be gone, Stockstill.
Tbh, honest, a handful of the classes in the last few years were kinda like "ehh." It's nice to actually, you know, be excited about the prospect of success on the football field on signing day.
But, I think many MT fans are torn between success on the field and the prospect of Stockstill's contract being renewed for another year.
If, however, MT wants to chase championships, bringing talent like MOST of this year's class is necessary.
He's right. Most of the true freshman / incoming HS seniors won't make a meaningful impact this year.Stock made a comment to me several years ago at one of those signing day shindigs in the HOF Building for BRAA members that is still stuck in my mind. “These guys are all a year or two away from helping us.” Granted, the transfer portal and JC guys are probably expected to contribute immediately but there will still be a huge learning curve.
I’m done getting all ramped up in the off-season like we have the last 15 years and still no conference title. Sorry to be negative but it is what it is.