Best advice my father gave me: "There are two types of people in this world, those who work for their money and those whose money works for them. Everyone begins in the first group but not everyone makes it to the second group. Strive to make the second group because once you're there, life gets easier."
I'd offer his teammate...watch the video.
Wow if you are really going to do everything this kid asks for, how do you ever have him truly listen and fall in line when he needs to? Or is that just what it is to pull #1?
What happens if his friends don't start right away? What happens if one of his friends doesn't like their position coach? Maybe i'm just naive but I almost want Clemson to kowtow like this even if it means initial success. Hopefully building nothing more than a house of cards.
Don't know any details, but I assumed Hurd was a walk-on.
poor example. Taking a walk on is a completely different thing