DT Greg Clark is no longer on Team

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Jazzy#10

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If he has his paper already and knows he's not a pro player, why not start your professional career now? The gridiron is not the only place for competition.
 
#9

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Players tend to weed themselves out.

Kiffin's 13 months I remember about 20 or more players that left. I guess Lane didn't consider the 25 signing class limit.
For some reason, I am noticing that the players leaving Butch's team were bottom-feeders. For Kiffin, that wasn't always the case.
 
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He was a redshirt senior. He wasn't taking anyone's spot next year. He has game experience at a very thin spot on this team (DT). I have a hard time believing the coaching staff did much pushing on this one. He would have been low-cost insurance at the least.
I may be wrong, but did we not blue shirt some of the 33

I may also be wrong when I thought that a blue shirt was given a scholarship if a current player left the team

Am I wrong?
 
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He did pretty well as a backup last year and was likely going to get a good amount of playing time this year, so I don't think it was so much him being recruited over. From what I read it looks like he has already graduated and didn't want to play anymore.
My job is to jump to conclusions without knowing facts.......please don't interfere with that.
 

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