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    UL Football Will Hudspeth benefit from lifting of NCAA restrictions?

    UL no longer is under NCAA sanctions limiting scholarships, but will Ragin' Cajuns coach Mark Hudspeth be around long enough to benefit?




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    Could Hud theoretically add scholarship players to the team and they play against App State?


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    No. But the next coach will


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    I think they gonna give hud 1 more year with full scholarships. Not what I want necessarily but probably the right thing to do strictly from a win lose standpoint. To me when he called all the oil money that donated to the APC hypocrites, they should have made a statement to the big boosters and fired him then. You wouldn't have as many leave and you'd have just cause.


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    Quote Originally Posted by KajunKrazy View Post
    I think they gonna give hud 1 more year with full scholarships. Not what I want necessarily but probably the right thing to do strictly from a win lose standpoint. To me when he called all the oil money that donated to the APC hypocrites, they should have made a statement to the big boosters and fired him then. You wouldn't have as many leave and you'd have just cause.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KajunKrazy View Post
    I think they gonna give hud 1 more year with full scholarships. Not what I want necessarily but probably the right thing to do strictly from a win lose standpoint. To me when he called all the oil money that donated to the APC hypocrites, they should have made a statement to the big boosters and fired him then. You wouldn't have as many leave and you'd have just cause.
    So, in your humble opinion, why is giving him another year "the right thing to do" just because he's coming off of probation (that he caused)?

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    The cold mountains of north carolina hopefully will end our hot mess of a football program. I personally feel that a decision has been made by Maggard. The big cheese T Slow is waiting for final game for added justification for termination for 3 straight losing seasons.


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    Guys, its like this..
    The same man who caused the penalties, can not then use the penalties as justification for losing.

    Just in the same way that the man who insults the fanbase can not be the same man that tells the fanbase we need to "come together".


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    Quote Originally Posted by ManAboutTown View Post
    Guys, its like this..
    The same man who caused the penalties, can not then use the penalties as justification for losing.

    Just in the same way that the man who insults the fanbase can not be the same man that tells the fanbase we need to "come together".
    You just have character issues...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clutch0364 View Post
    You just have character issues...
    Apparently we all do.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by basinbear View Post
    Apparently we all do.....
    Well, if not excepting mediocrity and being the joke of all things football makes me have character issues then I'm guilty too.

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    Lafayette, Louisiana: The only place in America where the customer is WRONG.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ManAboutTown View Post
    So, in your humble opinion, why is giving him another year "the right thing to do" just because he's coming off of probation (that he caused)?
    If Hud had caused the probation his name wouldn't Saunder a mention the past 2 years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Turbine View Post
    If Hud had caused the probation his name wouldn't Saunder a mention the past 2 years.
    Are you being serious right now?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Turbine View Post
    If Hud had caused the probation his name wouldn't Saunder a mention the past 2 years.
    Still happened under his watch. That is a fact. He hired Saunders, he was the man in charge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CajunJack55 View Post
    Still happened under his watch. That is a fact. He hired Saunders, he was the man in charge.
    It did but the university can't hardly hold him accountable for something after they adamantly defended him and said he did nothing wrong. They would open themselves up to NCAA and wrongful termination. It's best they stay away from that from their side.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hark Mudspeth View Post
    It did but the university can't hardly hold him accountable for something after they adamantly defended him and said he did nothing wrong. They would open themselves up to NCAA and wrongful termination. It's best they stay away from that from their side.
    Agree, but that works both ways, they don't have to come out and say it, but they should not keep him around if the sole reason is to see what he does once the sanctions are lifted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CajunJack55 View Post
    Agree, but that works both ways, they don't have to come out and say it, but they should not keep him around if the sole reason is to see what he does once the sanctions are lifted.
    Agreed

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    Quote Originally Posted by CajunJack55 View Post
    Still happened under his watch. That is a fact. He hired Saunders, he was the man in charge.
    From day one I've contended that he knew exactly who he was hiring. He hired a guy that he didn't have to give orders to cheat. Plausible deniability for him. He just thought he'd be on a fast track outta here before they got caught.

    Yes, he's absolutely responsible for schloraship losses. No it's not just fair to let him have another year now. His record is his record including vacated wins. He's got a losing record.

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    How would lifting the sanctions help him in any significant way next year, especially with his track record of bringing in talent? Seems they'd have to give him a couple more years at least if that was what they were planning.


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