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Discussion in 'Scott Nix Frog Fan Forum' started by Moose Stuff, Mar 17, 2016.
Lol. He probably just read the SEC Country article.
He wrote it.
Oh. Ha. Misssed that. Then yes, he read it.
I can't imagine many people being more solid in their commitment to TCU than Rogers.
Not worried one iota about him going to LSU.
Where? I just looked on 247 and the last one to LSUis from 2016?
Where? I just looked on 247 and the last one to LSU was from 2016?
Right on the main page. First TCU related listing. Didn't have to search for it.
It says Spiegelman 9/11/17 10:33p. LSU
Ha! I did it the old fashioned way and went straight to his 247 recruiting page and clicked on the crystal ball projections and it didn't show up there. Interesting...
I wouldn't lose any sleep over it at this point.
The LSU mob will always be after all the top recruits in the state until the athletes sign to whatever team they go to.
LSU mob is powerful in Louisiana, lots of relationships to pressure Louisiana recruits.
Not to mention LSU is a good team.
Terrace Marshall is also a big factor. I love Rogers and hope he ends up signing with the Frogs.
Relationships is a delicate way to put it.
If true, that's incredibly tough to come back from. Good chance he will never move the same way.
I would think if anything LSU would cool on JR after this injury.
My gut says they are staying close just to keep up a caring appearance and to probe if we backed off at all. I also think GP and Cumbie re-double their efforts on JR to make sure he knows we still want him...and his teammate.
My only worry with Rogers (at this point) would be that he and Marshall are so close and now they don't get that last ride together.
I'm probably reading way too much into it but you know that hit them both hard. I'm sure they had big plans for their senior season together...and that was making it easier to think about not playing together in college.
So optimist says it means Marshall to TCU
Thank you Dr. McFroggin. Sounds like he and his actual doctors are somewhat more positive.