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    Chad Henning is coming back to Mankato to be the offensive line coach.

  • #2
    Originally posted by Twincitiesmav View Post
    Chad Henning is coming back to Mankato to be the offensive line coach.

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    • #3
      laker Your posts are always interesting. And in honor of that I say...Go Mavs Go!

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      • #4
        Originally posted by crixus View Post
        laker Your posts are always interesting. And in honor of that I say...Go Mavs Go!
        Thank you. When I was teaching, my first goal was to get you to think. If you couldn't do that, I hoped that I could get you to care. And if I couldn't do that either, I hoped that I could make you laugh. A combination of the three would be even better.

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        • #5
          Mavs sign 12. I'm pretty sure that I played against Luke Mulder from Pella, IA's grandfather Larry from Renville MN, who married one of the prettiest cheerleaders in the 212 Conference, Ellen Schmidt and settled there after playing basketball at South Dakota State.

          https://msumavericks.com/news/2021/2...gning-day.aspx

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          • #6
            Originally posted by laker View Post
            Mavs sign 12. I'm pretty sure that I played against Luke Mulder from Pella, IA's grandfather Larry from Renville MN, who married one of the prettiest cheerleaders in the 212 Conference, Ellen Schmidt and settled there after playing basketball at South Dakota State.

            https://msumavericks.com/news/2021/2...gning-day.aspx
            Only 12? I get we’re in a pandemic but only 12? Reduction in scholarships or a bunch of transfers coming in?

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            • #7
              Signing numbers are going to be down across the board. With all of the 2020 seniors getting the extra year of eligibility, there are simply fewer spots for incoming freshmen. Instead of having the usual 4 classes of players, this year will have five. Teams can add more PWOs, but logistically they probably don't want to get the rosters too big.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Twincitiesmav View Post

                Only 12? I get we’re in a pandemic but only 12? Reduction in scholarships or a bunch of transfers coming in?
                I look at it as an addition to the 2020 class.

                Northern signed 44, but that’s gotta be a ton of walk-one. The Mavs number seems more in line with what I figured we’d see.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by WhyNotMinot View Post
                  Signing numbers are going to be down across the board. With all of the 2020 seniors getting the extra year of eligibility, there are simply fewer spots for incoming freshmen. Instead of having the usual 4 classes of players, this year will have five. Teams can add more PWOs, but logistically they probably don't want to get the rosters too big.
                  I agree that is probably true for the most part, but then I look at the Northern signees for today...44! From 12 different states. I get that Northern and Mankato are in very different places as programs and the new coaching staff has a lot to do with bringing in new guys, but man I'm worried Northern won't have enough lockers to fit everybody in. I'm also curious what the retention rate of former players will be given the new staff and 2 years between actual games.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Twincitiesmav View Post

                    Only 12? I get we’re in a pandemic but only 12? Reduction in scholarships or a bunch of transfers coming in?
                    We have players coming back because they are granted an extra year. I do think that Todd also likes to keep some in his pocket for transfers.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by WhyNotMinot View Post
                      Signing numbers are going to be down across the board. With all of the 2020 seniors getting the extra year of eligibility, there are simply fewer spots for incoming freshmen. Instead of having the usual 4 classes of players, this year will have five. Teams can add more PWOs, but logistically they probably don't want to get the rosters too big.
                      Good point

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by laker View Post

                        We have players coming back because they are granted an extra year. I do think that Todd also likes to keep some in his pocket for transfers.
                        Yeah I didn’t think about that. I’ve seen some already commit to an extra year while some have chooses to move on to career opportunities.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by WhyNotMinot View Post
                          Signing numbers are going to be down across the board. With all of the 2020 seniors getting the extra year of eligibility, there are simply fewer spots for incoming freshmen. Instead of having the usual 4 classes of players, this year will have five. Teams can add more PWOs, but logistically they probably don't want to get the rosters too big.
                          Saw on the scoop that Minot has an OL coach openin'. What's that about? Oops, wrong thread.
                          Last edited by Clean Liver; 02-03-2021, 05:14 PM.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Thunder View Post

                            I agree that is probably true for the most part, but then I look at the Northern signees for today...44! From 12 different states. I get that Northern and Mankato are in very different places as programs and the new coaching staff has a lot to do with bringing in new guys, but man I'm worried Northern won't have enough lockers to fit everybody in. I'm also curious what the retention rate of former players will be given the new staff and 2 years between actual games.
                            I believe the numbers are that high because there has been quite a bit of attrition. With almost a completely new staff trying to change the culture that’s not shocking. The new locker room will have 120 lockers so plenty of room.

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                            • #15
                              With only 12 signees I have to believe MSU seniors are staying in school for another shot at a National Championship, that they came so close to winning in 2019. Seniors would only have to stay for a semester right?

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