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haha! this is laughable propaganda. Anyone who knows anything about JC football knows that this is driven at the uneducated person.Let’s start here. JC Steiner is right. You can't "sign" with a JC out of high school. You can tell the coaches, "yea" I’m coming. But that's it. Until you are enrolled for the fall and showing up "committing" means nothing.Second, I love how the person who wrote this put the schools that offered or "recruited" the athletes before they picked ARC. Seriously? Saying someone was "recruited" by USC could mean they went to a USC camp, they got a pre-sorted letter in the mail saying to come check us out, among other things. And when we see the word that he had "offers" from these big Pac-12 schools...don't you mean he had offers from them until he didn't qualify academically? You don't really expect us to think this guy picked ARC over a true Pac-12 offer right?That being said, the poster is correct about this. ARC will get several of these guys with their inflated bios. They will also undoubtedly be very good next year. ARC is a fine program. Haflich is first a class guy and one heck of a coach. His staff is first rate as well. They will win lots of games and contend for a Valley Conference title. That’s why I find it hard to believe that he would sign off on someone bulleting his name on a post like this.
I wonder what the COA would think if they found out that ARC staffers really put out a release like this? Hmmmm.
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They sign a letter of commitment. Basically saying they will attend in summer/fall. A hand shake on paper. It is not a legal document. But i loved it. and so did the recruits. As far as the mockery i would say this; in 2006-2007 ARC was a combined 7-13. They started this signing day the next off season and they are 33-10 since and 21-1 in the past 2 seasons. Each year they play with more and more DI caliber players. This next season they will only be better.
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I applaud the ARC program for this effort at building pride in their program.I also applaud those on this board who point out suggestions that would make this particularpractice more accurate as to legal equities and procedures.Bottom line --JC Football is in a competitive situation, fighting budget reviews, fighting other football products, including the fabulously successful NFL and NCAA ---so whenever I see someone doing something to raise the level of JC FootallI support thatbut I also support those like JC Steiner who offer good faith suggestions that make theseeffort come forward correctly.given all that:let's see if other programs adopt this effort
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