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RE: Seth Henigan “Difference Maker”
(07-27-2022 06:32 AM)griffin Wrote:  
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(07-26-2022 07:43 AM)Atlanta Wrote:  Hope SH has a great year & we win big - so big others take notice. That said, that makes SH a real target to be a bigtime transfer in this NIL environment.

I think it would take a lot for him to leave, particularly when he is QB1 on a successful team with a supportive coaching staff that he gets along really well with and can help him get to the next level. There is a lot of uncertainty in transferring to a new program - what if the style of offense is not a good fit, what if some of the players don't like him, what if some of the coaching staff doesn't see eye to eye with him. That's a whole lot of uncertainty to take on when he could just stay right here in a program that works really well for him and lead a winning team to championships and NY6 bowls and get plenty of NFL attention.


2 P5 Texas schools offered 6 figures for him this past off season. Reality if he has a good season at Memphis, this maybe his last. Memphis football does not have the money to keep him. Memphis football does not have NIL money to even come close to keep a lineman much less a QB which are highly sought after.

Who were the 2 Texas schools that offered 6 figures to Seth? It would have to be 2 big schools that have QB problems. Trying to figure out who that could be. Certainly not the Longhorns. Aggies are loaded. SMU, TCU and Houston are in good shape. Tech and Baylor have battles going on for the position. I don't see a Texas school that would be able to guarantee Seth a starting position like what he has at Memphis. Also, here is the latest financial information on the NIL funds being paid out.. Top college players earn an average of $664 per NIL deal, according to April data from Opendorse, a company that matches players with commercial sponsors. It's unclear how many college players have scored NIL contracts through collectives, as no organization officially tracks those deals nationally.(June 3, 2022 article). So, six figures from two different non P5 Texas schools seems to be a real stretch over what is actually happening.
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RE: Seth Henigan “Difference Maker”
(07-27-2022 08:20 AM)DallasTiger Wrote:  
(07-27-2022 06:32 AM)griffin Wrote:  
(07-26-2022 07:57 AM)MemphisFootballFan Wrote:  
(07-26-2022 07:43 AM)Atlanta Wrote:  Hope SH has a great year & we win big - so big others take notice. That said, that makes SH a real target to be a bigtime transfer in this NIL environment.

I think it would take a lot for him to leave, particularly when he is QB1 on a successful team with a supportive coaching staff that he gets along really well with and can help him get to the next level. There is a lot of uncertainty in transferring to a new program - what if the style of offense is not a good fit, what if some of the players don't like him, what if some of the coaching staff doesn't see eye to eye with him. That's a whole lot of uncertainty to take on when he could just stay right here in a program that works really well for him and lead a winning team to championships and NY6 bowls and get plenty of NFL attention.


2 P5 Texas schools offered 6 figures for him this past off season. Reality if he has a good season at Memphis, this maybe his last. Memphis football does not have the money to keep him. Memphis football does not have NIL money to even come close to keep a lineman much less a QB which are highly sought after.

Who were the 2 Texas schools that offered 6 figures to Seth? It would have to be 2 big schools that have QB problems. Trying to figure out who that could be. Certainly not the Longhorns. Aggies are loaded. SMU is in good shape. Tech and Baylor have battles going on for the position. I don't see a Texas school that would be able to guarantee Seth a starting position like what he has at Memphis. Also, here is the latest financial information on the NIL funds being paid out.. Top college players earn an average of $664 per NIL deal, according to April data from Opendorse, a company that matches players with commercial sponsors. It's unclear how many college players have scored NIL contracts through collectives, as no organization officially tracks those deals nationally.(June 3, 2022 article). So, six figures seems to be a real stretch over what is actually happening.

Maybe but QBs are generally the top NIL guys.
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RE: Seth Henigan “Difference Maker”
(07-27-2022 08:20 AM)DallasTiger Wrote:  
(07-27-2022 06:32 AM)griffin Wrote:  
(07-26-2022 07:57 AM)MemphisFootballFan Wrote:  
(07-26-2022 07:43 AM)Atlanta Wrote:  Hope SH has a great year & we win big - so big others take notice. That said, that makes SH a real target to be a bigtime transfer in this NIL environment.

I think it would take a lot for him to leave, particularly when he is QB1 on a successful team with a supportive coaching staff that he gets along really well with and can help him get to the next level. There is a lot of uncertainty in transferring to a new program - what if the style of offense is not a good fit, what if some of the players don't like him, what if some of the coaching staff doesn't see eye to eye with him. That's a whole lot of uncertainty to take on when he could just stay right here in a program that works really well for him and lead a winning team to championships and NY6 bowls and get plenty of NFL attention.


2 P5 Texas schools offered 6 figures for him this past off season. Reality if he has a good season at Memphis, this maybe his last. Memphis football does not have the money to keep him. Memphis football does not have NIL money to even come close to keep a lineman much less a QB which are highly sought after.

Who were the 2 Texas schools that offered 6 figures to Seth? It would have to be 2 big schools that have QB problems. Trying to figure out who that could be. Certainly not the Longhorns. Aggies are loaded. SMU, TCU and Houston are in good shape. Tech and Baylor have battles going on for the position. I don't see a Texas school that would be able to guarantee Seth a starting position like what he has at Memphis. Also, here is the latest financial information on the NIL funds being paid out.. Top college players earn an average of $664 per NIL deal, according to April data from Opendorse, a company that matches players with commercial sponsors. It's unclear how many college players have scored NIL contracts through collectives, as no organization officially tracks those deals nationally.(June 3, 2022 article). So, six figures from two different non P5 Texas schools seems to be a real stretch over what is actually happening.

I didn't pay attention to Oklahoma last year. Did his Denton receiver play much for them as a Freshman? They would be the team that I'd be most concerned about because his best HS receiver plays for them.

I expect him to be the best QB we've ever had. I expect high major P5 schools to be interested in him.
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(07-27-2022 09:21 AM)micman Wrote:  
(07-27-2022 08:20 AM)DallasTiger Wrote:  
(07-27-2022 06:32 AM)griffin Wrote:  
(07-26-2022 07:57 AM)MemphisFootballFan Wrote:  
(07-26-2022 07:43 AM)Atlanta Wrote:  Hope SH has a great year & we win big - so big others take notice. That said, that makes SH a real target to be a bigtime transfer in this NIL environment.

I think it would take a lot for him to leave, particularly when he is QB1 on a successful team with a supportive coaching staff that he gets along really well with and can help him get to the next level. There is a lot of uncertainty in transferring to a new program - what if the style of offense is not a good fit, what if some of the players don't like him, what if some of the coaching staff doesn't see eye to eye with him. That's a whole lot of uncertainty to take on when he could just stay right here in a program that works really well for him and lead a winning team to championships and NY6 bowls and get plenty of NFL attention.


2 P5 Texas schools offered 6 figures for him this past off season. Reality if he has a good season at Memphis, this maybe his last. Memphis football does not have the money to keep him. Memphis football does not have NIL money to even come close to keep a lineman much less a QB which are highly sought after.

Who were the 2 Texas schools that offered 6 figures to Seth? It would have to be 2 big schools that have QB problems. Trying to figure out who that could be. Certainly not the Longhorns. Aggies are loaded. SMU, TCU and Houston are in good shape. Tech and Baylor have battles going on for the position. I don't see a Texas school that would be able to guarantee Seth a starting position like what he has at Memphis. Also, here is the latest financial information on the NIL funds being paid out.. Top college players earn an average of $664 per NIL deal, according to April data from Opendorse, a company that matches players with commercial sponsors. It's unclear how many college players have scored NIL contracts through collectives, as no organization officially tracks those deals nationally.(June 3, 2022 article). So, six figures from two different non P5 Texas schools seems to be a real stretch over what is actually happening.

I didn't pay attention to Oklahoma last year. Did his Denton receiver play much for them as a Freshman? They would be the team that I'd be most concerned about because his best HS receiver plays for them.

I expect him to be the best QB we've ever had. I expect high major P5 schools to be interested in him.
I am still trying to figure out who are the two Texas schools that wanted to guarantee him $100,000 plus in NIL money to sign with them and his chances of being their starting QB. I am having a hard time getting a handle on that comment.
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(07-27-2022 09:21 AM)micman Wrote:  
(07-27-2022 08:20 AM)DallasTiger Wrote:  
(07-27-2022 06:32 AM)griffin Wrote:  
(07-26-2022 07:57 AM)MemphisFootballFan Wrote:  
(07-26-2022 07:43 AM)Atlanta Wrote:  Hope SH has a great year & we win big - so big others take notice. That said, that makes SH a real target to be a bigtime transfer in this NIL environment.

I think it would take a lot for him to leave, particularly when he is QB1 on a successful team with a supportive coaching staff that he gets along really well with and can help him get to the next level. There is a lot of uncertainty in transferring to a new program - what if the style of offense is not a good fit, what if some of the players don't like him, what if some of the coaching staff doesn't see eye to eye with him. That's a whole lot of uncertainty to take on when he could just stay right here in a program that works really well for him and lead a winning team to championships and NY6 bowls and get plenty of NFL attention.


2 P5 Texas schools offered 6 figures for him this past off season. Reality if he has a good season at Memphis, this maybe his last. Memphis football does not have the money to keep him. Memphis football does not have NIL money to even come close to keep a lineman much less a QB which are highly sought after.

Who were the 2 Texas schools that offered 6 figures to Seth? It would have to be 2 big schools that have QB problems. Trying to figure out who that could be. Certainly not the Longhorns. Aggies are loaded. SMU, TCU and Houston are in good shape. Tech and Baylor have battles going on for the position. I don't see a Texas school that would be able to guarantee Seth a starting position like what he has at Memphis. Also, here is the latest financial information on the NIL funds being paid out.. Top college players earn an average of $664 per NIL deal, according to April data from Opendorse, a company that matches players with commercial sponsors. It's unclear how many college players have scored NIL contracts through collectives, as no organization officially tracks those deals nationally.(June 3, 2022 article). So, six figures from two different non P5 Texas schools seems to be a real stretch over what is actually happening.

I didn't pay attention to Oklahoma last year. Did his Denton receiver play much for them as a Freshman? They would be the team that I'd be most concerned about because his best HS receiver plays for them.

I expect him to be the best QB we've ever had. I expect high major P5 schools to be interested in him.
OKLAHOMA is loaded in the QB position. Not sure that would make sense for Seth. Here are the details

https://soonerswire.usatoday.com/lists/o...ph-rucker/
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RE: Seth Henigan “Difference Maker”
(07-27-2022 11:01 AM)DallasTiger Wrote:  
(07-27-2022 09:21 AM)micman Wrote:  
(07-27-2022 08:20 AM)DallasTiger Wrote:  
(07-27-2022 06:32 AM)griffin Wrote:  
(07-26-2022 07:57 AM)MemphisFootballFan Wrote:  I think it would take a lot for him to leave, particularly when he is QB1 on a successful team with a supportive coaching staff that he gets along really well with and can help him get to the next level. There is a lot of uncertainty in transferring to a new program - what if the style of offense is not a good fit, what if some of the players don't like him, what if some of the coaching staff doesn't see eye to eye with him. That's a whole lot of uncertainty to take on when he could just stay right here in a program that works really well for him and lead a winning team to championships and NY6 bowls and get plenty of NFL attention.


2 P5 Texas schools offered 6 figures for him this past off season. Reality if he has a good season at Memphis, this maybe his last. Memphis football does not have the money to keep him. Memphis football does not have NIL money to even come close to keep a lineman much less a QB which are highly sought after.

Who were the 2 Texas schools that offered 6 figures to Seth? It would have to be 2 big schools that have QB problems. Trying to figure out who that could be. Certainly not the Longhorns. Aggies are loaded. SMU, TCU and Houston are in good shape. Tech and Baylor have battles going on for the position. I don't see a Texas school that would be able to guarantee Seth a starting position like what he has at Memphis. Also, here is the latest financial information on the NIL funds being paid out.. Top college players earn an average of $664 per NIL deal, according to April data from Opendorse, a company that matches players with commercial sponsors. It's unclear how many college players have scored NIL contracts through collectives, as no organization officially tracks those deals nationally.(June 3, 2022 article). So, six figures from two different non P5 Texas schools seems to be a real stretch over what is actually happening.

I didn't pay attention to Oklahoma last year. Did his Denton receiver play much for them as a Freshman? They would be the team that I'd be most concerned about because his best HS receiver plays for them.

I expect him to be the best QB we've ever had. I expect high major P5 schools to be interested in him.
OKLAHOMA is loaded in the QB position. Not sure that would make sense for Seth. Here are the details

https://soonerswire.usatoday.com/lists/o...ph-rucker/

It's probably not unrealistic to think that a P5 school would bring in a quality G5 QB for $100K to have as a back up. It's not like $$$$ is an issue. On the flip side, a QB of Seth's caliber would not want to sit on the bench waiting for a starter to flop or get injured.
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RE: Seth Henigan “Difference Maker”
(07-27-2022 08:42 AM)Atlanta Wrote:  
(07-27-2022 08:20 AM)DallasTiger Wrote:  
(07-27-2022 06:32 AM)griffin Wrote:  
(07-26-2022 07:57 AM)MemphisFootballFan Wrote:  
(07-26-2022 07:43 AM)Atlanta Wrote:  Hope SH has a great year & we win big - so big others take notice. That said, that makes SH a real target to be a bigtime transfer in this NIL environment.

I think it would take a lot for him to leave, particularly when he is QB1 on a successful team with a supportive coaching staff that he gets along really well with and can help him get to the next level. There is a lot of uncertainty in transferring to a new program - what if the style of offense is not a good fit, what if some of the players don't like him, what if some of the coaching staff doesn't see eye to eye with him. That's a whole lot of uncertainty to take on when he could just stay right here in a program that works really well for him and lead a winning team to championships and NY6 bowls and get plenty of NFL attention.


2 P5 Texas schools offered 6 figures for him this past off season. Reality if he has a good season at Memphis, this maybe his last. Memphis football does not have the money to keep him. Memphis football does not have NIL money to even come close to keep a lineman much less a QB which are highly sought after.

Who were the 2 Texas schools that offered 6 figures to Seth? It would have to be 2 big schools that have QB problems. Trying to figure out who that could be. Certainly not the Longhorns. Aggies are loaded. SMU is in good shape. Tech and Baylor have battles going on for the position. I don't see a Texas school that would be able to guarantee Seth a starting position like what he has at Memphis. Also, here is the latest financial information on the NIL funds being paid out.. Top college players earn an average of $664 per NIL deal, according to April data from Opendorse, a company that matches players with commercial sponsors. It's unclear how many college players have scored NIL contracts through collectives, as no organization officially tracks those deals nationally.(June 3, 2022 article). So, six figures seems to be a real stretch over what is actually happening.

Maybe but QBs are generally the top NIL guys.

True. The Opendorse info said QBs averaged $2128/deal the past 12 months. RBs were second at $1864/deal. And WRs and DL's were 3rd and 4th at $781 and $758. All other positions were under $700. Considering some of the top QB's hit seven figures, six figures for Seth doesn't seem unreasonable if you believe he can help your team.
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I think I've heard that OSU's starters are all getting at least 5 figure NIL deals & what was that crazy offer by the Miami booster last year? I think he was offering anyone that signed with Miami a BIG NIL deal.
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(07-27-2022 02:59 PM)Atlanta Wrote:  I think I've heard that OSU's starters are all getting at least 5 figure NIL deals & what was that crazy offer by the Miami booster last year? I think he was offering anyone that signed with Miami a BIG NIL deal.

$500/month.
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RE: Seth Henigan “Difference Maker”
(07-26-2022 09:00 AM)MemphisFootballFan Wrote:  
(07-26-2022 08:32 AM)gotigers1 Wrote:  We're going to win some games this year that was have no business winning because he's back there at QB.

There's actually a ton of talent on this team at the skill positions. We are going to see some new stars this year and I'm not sure who they're going to be yet because there are a lot of very talented guys who have the potential to break out this year (keep an eye on Joseph Scates). This team is going to win some games that it has every business winning because of a lot of dudes.

None of these receivers would be "stars." If that's the case, then one of the "stars" should've showed up last season to compliment Calvin Austin. Our win total is set for 7.5. The under is set for -140. There's no reason for this team to be bowl eligible before the UCF game on November 5. However, the lack of explosiveness and the playmaking ability on the offensive side of the ball, worries me a lot.
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Some of you think NIL is what will doom CFB. Just because college players can now do what college coaches have been doing for over a century is not what will bring the doom.
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(07-26-2022 09:00 AM)MemphisFootballFan Wrote:  
(07-26-2022 08:32 AM)gotigers1 Wrote:  We're going to win some games this year that was have no business winning because he's back there at QB.

There's actually a ton of talent on this team at the skill positions. We are going to see some new stars this year and I'm not sure who they're going to be yet because there are a lot of very talented guys who have the potential to break out this year (keep an eye on Joseph Scates). This team is going to win some games that it has every business winning because of a lot of dudes.

Agreed, and I believe we’ll start to see the fruits of the OL & DL recruiting this year in a big way. OL looked much improved in the Spring, and we’ve added a lot of quality depth. I’m looking for a big step forward this year and 23 could be really special. Go Tigers!
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(07-27-2022 04:22 PM)GoDownSwinging Wrote:  
(07-26-2022 09:00 AM)MemphisFootballFan Wrote:  
(07-26-2022 08:32 AM)gotigers1 Wrote:  We're going to win some games this year that was have no business winning because he's back there at QB.

There's actually a ton of talent on this team at the skill positions. We are going to see some new stars this year and I'm not sure who they're going to be yet because there are a lot of very talented guys who have the potential to break out this year (keep an eye on Joseph Scates). This team is going to win some games that it has every business winning because of a lot of dudes.

None of these receivers would be "stars." If that's the case, then one of the "stars" should've showed up last season to compliment Calvin Austin. Our win total is set for 7.5. The under is set for -140. There's no reason for this team to be bowl eligible before the UCF game on November 5. However, the lack of explosiveness and the playmaking ability on the offensive side of the ball, worries me a lot.

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(07-27-2022 06:32 AM)griffin Wrote:  
(07-26-2022 07:57 AM)MemphisFootballFan Wrote:  
(07-26-2022 07:43 AM)Atlanta Wrote:  Hope SH has a great year & we win big - so big others take notice. That said, that makes SH a real target to be a bigtime transfer in this NIL environment.

I think it would take a lot for him to leave, particularly when he is QB1 on a successful team with a supportive coaching staff that he gets along really well with and can help him get to the next level. There is a lot of uncertainty in transferring to a new program - what if the style of offense is not a good fit, what if some of the players don't like him, what if some of the coaching staff doesn't see eye to eye with him. That's a whole lot of uncertainty to take on when he could just stay right here in a program that works really well for him and lead a winning team to championships and NY6 bowls and get plenty of NFL attention.


2 P5 Texas schools offered 6 figures for him this past off season. Reality if he has a good season at Memphis, this maybe his last. Memphis football does not have the money to keep him. Memphis football does not have NIL money to even come close to keep a lineman much less a QB which are highly sought after.

In this destruction scenario...
We have fans who think the players will uproot and transfer away from their comfortable situations. In which they have almost guaranteed success. Where they are on track to get drafted into the NFL and make life-changing money...
To a situation with a lot of unknowns. That will put their futures at risk. For a 1-year opportunity to make $50k more.

If the QB NIL money becomes $1M or more at the new location, I can see it. But there are currently only a few of those deals a year.
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(07-27-2022 09:09 PM)Tiger87 Wrote:  
(07-27-2022 06:32 AM)griffin Wrote:  
(07-26-2022 07:57 AM)MemphisFootballFan Wrote:  
(07-26-2022 07:43 AM)Atlanta Wrote:  Hope SH has a great year & we win big - so big others take notice. That said, that makes SH a real target to be a bigtime transfer in this NIL environment.

I think it would take a lot for him to leave, particularly when he is QB1 on a successful team with a supportive coaching staff that he gets along really well with and can help him get to the next level. There is a lot of uncertainty in transferring to a new program - what if the style of offense is not a good fit, what if some of the players don't like him, what if some of the coaching staff doesn't see eye to eye with him. That's a whole lot of uncertainty to take on when he could just stay right here in a program that works really well for him and lead a winning team to championships and NY6 bowls and get plenty of NFL attention.


2 P5 Texas schools offered 6 figures for him this past off season. Reality if he has a good season at Memphis, this maybe his last. Memphis football does not have the money to keep him. Memphis football does not have NIL money to even come close to keep a lineman much less a QB which are highly sought after.

In this destruction scenario...
We have fans who think the players will uproot and transfer away from their comfortable situations. In which they have almost guaranteed success. Where they are on track to get drafted into the NFL and make life-changing money...
To a situation with a lot of unknowns. That will put their futures at risk. For a 1-year opportunity to make $50k more.

If the QB NIL money becomes $1M or more at the new location, I can see it. But there are currently only a few of those deals a year.
I agree. It would only make sense if the QB moves up to a Power 5 school and is guaranteed the starting job. Anything else does not make sense. Going to a Power 5 school that is in a quarterback battle with 3 or 4 other players (who are 3 to 5 star rated), makes no sense. A move where he becomes the backup to an established Power 5 QB makes no sense. So, exactly how many QB jobs are there where a Group of 5 starting QB makes a jump to a Power 5 team and is guaranteed that he starts? My guess is very few. It makes more sense to stay where you are (especially if you are getting excellent TV coverage) and shine where you know you have the starting job locked up.
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