Early departure analysis fuels flood of e-mails
The e-mails, like Tennessee, took time off for most of the season. Their union demanded a new contract (the e-mails, not Tennessee) and, let's face it, in these uncertain economic times, we couldn't meet their demands. So we let them walk.
They have come back, and they are not happy about it. The e-mails burst forth in rage over my analysis of which schools crossed the early-signing deadline looking good and which didn't.
Either I did a poor job of explaining what I measured ...
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