Not to rehash old news or opinions, but since someone brought up HB having us on his list yet the consensus seemed to be he was never coming here.... does anyone think there still was a tiny possibility he could've picked us or do these recruits like to honor schools by leaving them on their list regardless? Just like the recent Reid Travis article indicated we were still "list-worthy" yet many have indicated that ship had sailed. Now that I think of it, I'm not sure what prompts the importance of the "cut lists". It's not like other schools/coaches necessarily back off anyway, do they? Just interesting...that's all.
Many believed, including McD himself I think, that HB was coming here until the moment Roy's face came up on Skype.
One thing I've always wondered was if HB told McD that he'd Skype the team he chose and if McD was sitting waiting at his computer. If not, then McD had to know once he mentioned Skype that it was not ISU.
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If I remember right, didn't HB say in his news conference that he had already called each of the coaches before his announcement to tell them he was going someplace else?
I'm pretty sure all of the coaches were gathered together waiting for the skype call. I am pretty sure McDermott had the entire team gathered in his office and I doubt they would have been there if they had been informed.
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