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Head coach Ed Orgeron spoke to the media on Monday and talked about Terrace Marshall Jr.'s decision to opt-out of the season to prepare for the NFL Draft:

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just say quit.
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This doesn’t happen at Bama or Clemson routinely as they are not programs in decline.
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If lsu was 6-1 or 7-0, no one would quit. I cant say the other phrase as it seems like a liberal puss way of quitting.
2 months
We just had a 15 - 0 greatest season ever in ncaa history and we are a program in decline? Bull shite. We are having a bad season because 30 players on last season's team are on NFL rosters, 4 opted out 1 is transferring because he doesn't want to play in a 4/3 defense. And we lost to important coaches who took jobs that advance their careers.
2 months
Why can’t this kind of crap happen at Bama? Guess I will start my Pls somebody beat Bama dance
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because Bama pays a lot of money to players and their families.
2 months
Sounds like he didn't even try to change his mind.
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Opt out is such a dumbass phrase.
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I'm thinking about opting out of my alcohol consumption.
2 months
Wish him all the best. Now it's time let the younguns take over.
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Orgeron better start making some business decisions too.
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orgeron is toast
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Only if the February report nails him to the wall. Dude just had the greatest season in college football history. He gets 2021 season to right the ship.
2 months
he's not going anywhere thanks to his buyout, it's 27 mil in the second year, 21 in the third...
2 months
he's got three more years for sure!
2 months
2020=LOL
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All love. Thank you 6!
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