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    Quote Originally Posted by Wiltz View Post
    I wasn't necessarily asking if they did with Taylor. Just if they could. Can the same restrictions apply that a school could use when they release someone from scholarship? Like saying a recruit couldn't go to a particular school or conference.
    I would doubt so. I think if you release him that's it, he can go wherever.

    I think he is giving the PC answer and you don't wanna sound like you are just chasing Cael, I have to feel he is going to give the other schools their chance to say their piece, but in the end I think hes going to go to PSU.
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    Does anyone think there is really a chance he won't end up at PSU?
    No.

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    I think he is giving the PC answer and you don't wanna sound like you are just chasing Cael, I have to feel he is going to give the other schools their chance to say their piece, but in the end I think hes going to go to PSU.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wiltz View Post
    I wasn't necessarily asking if they did with Taylor. Just if they could. Can the same restrictions apply that a school could use when they release someone from scholarship? Like saying a recruit couldn't go to a particular school or conference.
    No, unless it has changed since '02.

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    Being from Ohio, opting for ISU is one thing. Opting for Penn State, well now that's a whole different story.

    I bet a little birdy will tweet tweet the answer in PM shortly.
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    Default Re: David Taylor granted a release from ISU

    Quote Originally Posted by RYou View Post
    Being from Ohio, opting for ISU is one thing. Opting for Penn State, well now that's a whole different story.

    I bet a little birdy will tweet tweet the answer in PM shortly.
    I definitely know what you mean here, but David hasn't lived in Ohio his whole life.


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    As a Penn State fan I sure hope he ends up in Happy Valley, but I am not about to count my chickens before they hatch. Glad to see ISU handled the situation with the level of tact and consideration you do not see in the College Football world.
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    Bummer. Figured it was coming, but still stings just as much. Like salt in an open wound.

    Best of luck to David. I will root for him, unless he happens to wrestle someone from ISU!!!
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    Looks like Luke Macchiaroli also got a release, and he is intending to speak with Penn State. I wish him luck. Hopefully KJ can keep Weatherman at least and Boaz, since half of our 09-10 recruiting class is gone!
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