Would you take David Cutcliffe?

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You are` no 89 grad. You are the epitome of ignorance,
You are the type of person that should have a baseball bat taken to them daily to knock some sense into your head!!! I am a 89 grad and successful business owner with lots of rental property. Get out of your mom's basement, go eat dinner, and crawl back in your basement for bed. It's close to your bedtime!
 
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You are the type of person that should have a baseball bat taken to them daily to knock some sense into your head!!! I am a 89 grad and successful business owner with lots of rental property. Get out of your mom's basement, go eat dinner, and crawl back in your basement for bed. It's close to your bedtime!
You are a mental midget.
 
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Cutcliffe may not even coach 3 more years when Arch will be graduated. And I woudn't expect he'd be super interested in leaving his cushy job at Duke making 2.6 million where his stress level is likely very low and is only expected to win 6-7 games/yr.
 
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You are clueless! He is at Duke where you have to be in the top 1% in GPA coming out of high school as well as top 1% in ACT/SAT score!!!

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Updated June 12, 2017 3:08 p.m. EDT



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Smart Rating: 97
Average SAT score: 2185
Average ACT score: 32
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Me thinks you doth protest too much ... it is yee who appears clueless - Cut is a nice albeit - very old guy - who was never a very good recruiter -- even in his prime. He couldn't recruit well when he was here, he couldn't recruit well when he was at Ole Miss - he couldn't recruit
well when he was back here - he couldn't recruit well when he was at Duke. Duke's academics has nothing to do with the fact that for 3 decades he has not been a very good recruiter. There was a time here where they wouldn't even send him recruiting outside of Knoxville. Let's just call him way below average and leave it at that.
 
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They have already told him no, because he wanted to keep his staff intact. Pruitt meeting is in the morning. Expect an announcement around the TN-LSU bball game Saturday.
 

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