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daily 02/05/2015

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  • tags: HarperLee

    Trying to work out my feelings on the #HarperLee issue, and what I feel is that I think I want her haircut.

    • Before he committed to UCLA nearly two weeks ago, Newsome called Strong late the night before to tell him that he was going to Texas, then changed his mind. Strong gave him a few days, then resumed his recruitment. So on Tuesday evening, Newsome once again called the Texas head coach to tell him that he wanted to be a Longhorn. And this time it happened.
    • Another member of the Florida Four, Clarington pledged at the 2015 US Army All-American Bowl after hometown Miami botched his recruitment by falling out of contact with him last fall, allowing Texas to make a move after his official visit in early November. However, there are concerns about him qualifying academically.
    • At season’s end Shanahan, the lone bright spot on offense, perhaps, presented Pettine with a 32-point presentation on why he wanted to get out of his contract, sources said. And after much deliberation among lawyers and negotiation, in a bizarre precedent, a statement was crafted and Shanahan was a free man. He would end up in Atlanta, a coveted job, and a hiring that Banner, consulting for Falcons owner Arthur Blank, played a role in; Lombardi just won a Super Bowl ring as a personnel advisor to Bill Belichick. Allowing Shanahan to walk sent shockwaves through the building, with such a talented coach allowed to go at a time when the Browns desperately needed to develop a quarterback and with a quarter of the teams in the NFL needing a new offensive coordinator.
    • Now, Haslam is reportedly plotting to trade up in this year’s draft so that he can take Marcus Mariota.

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