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For Ole Miss, it all comes down to a numbers game now.

[Just-recruited quarterback Chad] Kelly faces charges including third-degree assault, second-degree harassment, second-degree menacing, resisting arrest, fourth-degree criminal mischief, third-degree criminal trespass and second-degree obstructing governmental administration…

Including might mean there are (or will be) more than seven, which, if I’m counting correctly, is the current number. UD‘s gonna guess that DUI will show up at some point… Maybe some other stuff. So make it ten charges.

Now of course you’re bringing this young scholar to your university to take classes and consort with other students, mainly. I mean, sure, football, but the main thing is, you know, scholar/athlete. Occasionally a few universities do decide – as Nebraska eventually did with the now-famous Richie Incognito – that some of their players aren’t really enriching student life as much as one might have hoped. Let’s put it like that. Ole Miss might decide that.

On the other hand, they really need a good quarterback. Hm. Hm.

Margaret Soltan, December 22, 2014 3:56PM
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3 Responses to “For Ole Miss, it all comes down to a numbers game now.”

  1. Greg Says:

    For some reason your “let’s put it like that” reminded me of this masterpiece of some genre or other, which always really, really amuses me, although that, in itself, is a cause of concern:


  2. Polish Peter Says:

    I believe that young Kelly goes by the nickname “Swag”. See gamedayr.com/lifestyle/twitter-reactions-lifestyle/chad-kelly-arrest-twitter-reactions-128627/. Judging from the comments, he seems to have quite the fan base in western NY.

  3. JND Says:

    His hometown is Buffalo, and he played JUCO ball at East Mississippi?

    That alone should be enough for you to know you shouldn’t recruit him.

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