Welcome To College Football's Next Great Controversy…Players (Kelly Bryant) Leaving To Redshirt


Did you know the NCAA has a new rule where college football players can redshirt themselves after playing in four games, which allows them to transfer and play immediately next season at a new school? It’s here and Clemson becomes the first school to have a headliner leave. Kelly Bryant, who took Clemson to the Final Four last year, has lost his job to freshman stud Trevor Lawrence — if you haven’t seen this kid throw a football, do yourself a favor and watch the next Clemson game — and said later to Dabo and the Tigers.
You know why Nick Saban was being so careful with Tua and Jalen Hurts? Because he didn’t want Hurts to redshirt and transfer on him. Nick’s way better off with a Final Four caliber backup. Kelly Bryant had to make a call and he said Lawrence was his starter. BOOOOM — Bryant had all the news he needed. Time to roll.

Bruce making a great point. Dabo could’ve fucced Kelly over big time:

Let’s check in with Dabo:


 

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