(Rumor) Chaney reached out to Hurts

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A buddy sent me this, dont know how to copy a tweet here, comes from a guy named Joe Nuchols or something. Anything to it?

Jim Chaney wasting no time in his new position as Tenn. O.C. by reaching out to soon to be graduate transfer Jalen Hurts. Multiple sources suggest there is mutual interest.
Wasn’t he the same guy that said Gruden was at the airport? More nonsense
 
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A buddy sent me this, dont know how to copy a tweet here, comes from a guy named Joe Nuchols or something. Anything to it?

Jim Chaney wasting no time in his new position as Tenn. O.C. by reaching out to soon to be graduate transfer Jalen Hurts. Multiple sources suggest there is mutual interest.
OMG. Another Chaney and Hurts thread.



Just messing with you, brother. Carry on.

Semper Fi
 
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Folks underestimating the impact that Morris and Wright will make next year.
They actually will both probably start considering the state of our talent at OL. That being said, unless these two are utter anomolies of stardom they'll be eaten alive in the SEC until deep into the season. They'll be facing a host of NFL ready players who have been in CFB s&c programs, games, and practices for 2-4 years.

I always think back to that poor Gator true FR tackle who had to face a SR DE Todd Kelly back in the early 90s late 80s. The kid got destroyed play after play and UFs quarterback is probably still in the ICU.

Long story short that FR tackle grew up in his career and became 1st Team All SEC! That's what development does. 5* ratings on Rivals ain't even close when your 19 years old and in the SEC trenches.

It'll almost certainly take more time than this October.
 
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Our Offensive Line should be vastly improved next season and if there is any chance at all of getting Hurts on campus you snag him.
People been saying this for the last ten years. I'll believe it when I see it. Also Hurts would start and we could actually win 8 games with him
 
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Dobbs made it work for him, not saying he had stellar OLs. Although were it me or my kid, I'd recommend he go where the OL was in better shape.
Exactly Dobbs masked our Oline faults pretty well and he was under rated for the most part. Hurts would actually make us look more like the 2015/2016 vols and I'm ok with that. This would give our Oline another year to get bigger and stronger and improve. Then when hurts leaves it can be a free for all at QB
 
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Personally, I don't know anything about Hurts, but my bama business partner wanted him to transfer after the 2017 season. He said Tua was a far superior quarterback compared to Hurts. Hurts has a difficult time reading defense and panics very quickly (takes off running before play can develope). Hurts accuracy improved under Enos tutelage, but (his accuracy) is still inconsistent. Hurts was asked to change positions to running back and tight end but declined. Hurts caused a division within the locker room and fan base due to Hurt's father who is publicly very vocal, creates lots of drama, and is very mettlesome. I'm not posting to create an argument but simply relaying what I have been told repeatedly by a bama super-fan. If Pruitt and Chaney believe Hurts gives the best chance to win then I hope he transfers here.
 

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