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RE: Learn how Tennessee is able to attract top notch QB talent with recruiting strategy
(04-30-2021 08:09 AM)Browning Hall Wrote:  
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(04-29-2021 06:07 PM)Hernando Hills Tiger Wrote:  
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(04-29-2021 03:39 PM)Hernando Hills Tiger Wrote:  Norvell has McKenzie Milton at quarterback. Would love to see him lead them to a conference championship.

Milton looked like the best QB at their spring game. He just has a good feel for what's going on around him. He doesn't have to be the runner he once was at FSU. He's a d@mn good passer that can move around and hit the open man.

Norvell was smart to reach out to him.

Unless or until he gets hurt again. He's a high level QB when healthy. Hope they don't have a disaster & Milton has a great return. It could cost Norvell his job with a strong public opinion backlash if he gets hurt in a permanent sense. And the media would be brutal in retrospect.

Why? This is what his surgeon at the Mayo Clinic had to say back in January: “If you had a game today, you could play”. “He said he cannot see any reason that McKenzie cannot return to his sport,” Teresa Milton said, relaying more details from the surgeon’s evaluation.

They’re going to blame Norvell if he gets hurt?

The Mayo Clinic isn't a reputable source. They were making it up.
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Tennessee is able to attract top notch QB talent with recruiting strategy
(04-30-2021 08:09 AM)Browning Hall Wrote:  
(04-30-2021 07:29 AM)Atlanta Wrote:  
(04-29-2021 06:07 PM)Hernando Hills Tiger Wrote:  
(04-29-2021 03:46 PM)southpaw1 Wrote:  
(04-29-2021 03:39 PM)Hernando Hills Tiger Wrote:  Norvell has McKenzie Milton at quarterback. Would love to see him lead them to a conference championship.

Milton looked like the best QB at their spring game. He just has a good feel for what's going on around him. He doesn't have to be the runner he once was at FSU. He's a d@mn good passer that can move around and hit the open man.

Norvell was smart to reach out to him.

Unless or until he gets hurt again. He's a high level QB when healthy. Hope they don't have a disaster & Milton has a great return. It could cost Norvell his job with a strong public opinion backlash if he gets hurt in a permanent sense. And the media would be brutal in retrospect.

Why? This is what his surgeon at the Mayo Clinic had to say back in January: “If you had a game today, you could play”. “He said he cannot see any reason that McKenzie cannot return to his sport,” Teresa Milton said, relaying more details from the surgeon’s evaluation.

They’re going to blame Norvell if he gets hurt?

It's just the way things are today. If he gets hurt, the media & casual fan will be looking for someone to blame. We even heard it briefly during the national championship FB game when Jaylen Waddle limped around the field & the comments were that Saban shouldn't have allowed him on the field, that he was jeopardizing his future. You make the assumption that logic & fairness have some place among the media. It's the media questioning that motivated the doctor & mother to comment on his health. Hope he stays healthy & doesn't get hurt. It won't be good for anyone but the media if he does.
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RE: Learn how Tennessee is able to attract top notch QB talent with recruiting strategy
(04-30-2021 08:31 AM)Stammers Wrote:  
(04-30-2021 08:09 AM)Browning Hall Wrote:  
(04-30-2021 07:29 AM)Atlanta Wrote:  
(04-29-2021 06:07 PM)Hernando Hills Tiger Wrote:  
(04-29-2021 03:46 PM)southpaw1 Wrote:  Milton looked like the best QB at their spring game. He just has a good feel for what's going on around him. He doesn't have to be the runner he once was at FSU. He's a d@mn good passer that can move around and hit the open man.

Norvell was smart to reach out to him.

Unless or until he gets hurt again. He's a high level QB when healthy. Hope they don't have a disaster & Milton has a great return. It could cost Norvell his job with a strong public opinion backlash if he gets hurt in a permanent sense. And the media would be brutal in retrospect.

Why? This is what his surgeon at the Mayo Clinic had to say back in January: “If you had a game today, you could play”. “He said he cannot see any reason that McKenzie cannot return to his sport,” Teresa Milton said, relaying more details from the surgeon’s evaluation.

They’re going to blame Norvell if he gets hurt?

The Mayo Clinic isn't a reputable source. They were making it up.

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(04-30-2021 09:34 AM)Atlanta Wrote:  
(04-30-2021 08:09 AM)Browning Hall Wrote:  
(04-30-2021 07:29 AM)Atlanta Wrote:  
(04-29-2021 06:07 PM)Hernando Hills Tiger Wrote:  
(04-29-2021 03:46 PM)southpaw1 Wrote:  Milton looked like the best QB at their spring game. He just has a good feel for what's going on around him. He doesn't have to be the runner he once was at FSU. He's a d@mn good passer that can move around and hit the open man.

Norvell was smart to reach out to him.

Unless or until he gets hurt again. He's a high level QB when healthy. Hope they don't have a disaster & Milton has a great return. It could cost Norvell his job with a strong public opinion backlash if he gets hurt in a permanent sense. And the media would be brutal in retrospect.

Why? This is what his surgeon at the Mayo Clinic had to say back in January: “If you had a game today, you could play”. “He said he cannot see any reason that McKenzie cannot return to his sport,” Teresa Milton said, relaying more details from the surgeon’s evaluation.

They’re going to blame Norvell if he gets hurt?

It's just the way things are today. If he gets hurt, the media & casual fan will be looking for someone to blame. We even heard it briefly during the national championship FB game when Jaylen Waddle limped around the field & the comments were that Saban shouldn't have allowed him on the field, that he was jeopardizing his future. You make the assumption that logic & fairness have some place among the media. It's the media questioning that motivated the doctor & mother to comment on his health. Hope he stays healthy & doesn't get hurt. It won't be good for anyone but the media if he does.

I’d never make that assumption. And the comments were made because his mother was being interviewed about his remarkable recovery. She simply recanted what the doctors had told her about said recovery. I would imagine they told Norvell the exact same thing. Norvell isn’t putting his job on the line by playing him. Neither Norvell, the athletic director, the trainer, the doctor nor the mother will be fired if Milton reinjures his 100% leg.
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(04-29-2021 10:53 PM)Steve davis Wrote:  I think with Pruitt playing Gaurantano at the helm, he screwed up his own coaching. He couldn’t hit receivers and threw the ball with no accuracy.

I don't have a problem with that.
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(04-30-2021 10:07 AM)Browning Hall Wrote:  
(04-30-2021 09:34 AM)Atlanta Wrote:  
(04-30-2021 08:09 AM)Browning Hall Wrote:  
(04-30-2021 07:29 AM)Atlanta Wrote:  
(04-29-2021 06:07 PM)Hernando Hills Tiger Wrote:  Norvell was smart to reach out to him.

Unless or until he gets hurt again. He's a high level QB when healthy. Hope they don't have a disaster & Milton has a great return. It could cost Norvell his job with a strong public opinion backlash if he gets hurt in a permanent sense. And the media would be brutal in retrospect.

Why? This is what his surgeon at the Mayo Clinic had to say back in January: “If you had a game today, you could play”. “He said he cannot see any reason that McKenzie cannot return to his sport,” Teresa Milton said, relaying more details from the surgeon’s evaluation.

They’re going to blame Norvell if he gets hurt?

It's just the way things are today. If he gets hurt, the media & casual fan will be looking for someone to blame. We even heard it briefly during the national championship FB game when Jaylen Waddle limped around the field & the comments were that Saban shouldn't have allowed him on the field, that he was jeopardizing his future. You make the assumption that logic & fairness have some place among the media. It's the media questioning that motivated the doctor & mother to comment on his health. Hope he stays healthy & doesn't get hurt. It won't be good for anyone but the media if he does.

I’d never make that assumption. And the comments were made because his mother was being interviewed about his remarkable recovery. She simply recanted what the doctors had told her about said recovery. I would imagine they told Norvell the exact same thing. Norvell isn’t putting his job on the line by playing him. Neither Norvell, the athletic director, the trainer, the doctor nor the mother will be fired if Milton reinjures his 100% leg.

Not the way the media works. I didn't say he'd be fired. I said it could lead to him losing his job - things add up. If Milton turns out to be his QB then gets "permanently" injured, the media will influence against Norvell's judgment notwithstanding the doctor's view. Couple that with a poor record (having lost his QB) & Norvell's job could be in jeopardy. He was already roundly criticized by the media for sending out group communications during Covid-19 restrictions to his players rather than individual messages with the media saying it was hurtful & showed a lack of individual attention.
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I've seen something like this on the commercial appeal e.edition. Bleeds through from the Knoxville newspaper.
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(04-30-2021 10:34 AM)Atlanta Wrote:  
(04-30-2021 10:07 AM)Browning Hall Wrote:  
(04-30-2021 09:34 AM)Atlanta Wrote:  
(04-30-2021 08:09 AM)Browning Hall Wrote:  
(04-30-2021 07:29 AM)Atlanta Wrote:  Unless or until he gets hurt again. He's a high level QB when healthy. Hope they don't have a disaster & Milton has a great return. It could cost Norvell his job with a strong public opinion backlash if he gets hurt in a permanent sense. And the media would be brutal in retrospect.

Why? This is what his surgeon at the Mayo Clinic had to say back in January: “If you had a game today, you could play”. “He said he cannot see any reason that McKenzie cannot return to his sport,” Teresa Milton said, relaying more details from the surgeon’s evaluation.

They’re going to blame Norvell if he gets hurt?

It's just the way things are today. If he gets hurt, the media & casual fan will be looking for someone to blame. We even heard it briefly during the national championship FB game when Jaylen Waddle limped around the field & the comments were that Saban shouldn't have allowed him on the field, that he was jeopardizing his future. You make the assumption that logic & fairness have some place among the media. It's the media questioning that motivated the doctor & mother to comment on his health. Hope he stays healthy & doesn't get hurt. It won't be good for anyone but the media if he does.

I’d never make that assumption. And the comments were made because his mother was being interviewed about his remarkable recovery. She simply recanted what the doctors had told her about said recovery. I would imagine they told Norvell the exact same thing. Norvell isn’t putting his job on the line by playing him. Neither Norvell, the athletic director, the trainer, the doctor nor the mother will be fired if Milton reinjures his 100% leg.

Not the way the media works. I didn't say he'd be fired. I said it could lead to him losing his job - things add up. If Milton turns out to be his QB then gets "permanently" injured, the media will influence against Norvell's judgment notwithstanding the doctor's view. Couple that with a poor record (having lost his QB) & Norvell's job could be in jeopardy. He was already roundly criticized by the media for sending out group communications during Covid-19 restrictions to his players rather than individual messages with the media saying it was hurtful & showed a lack of individual attention.

Quote:I didn't say he'd be fired. I said it could lead to him losing his job

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