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Miami Football Coach Unironically Complains About De-Commitments

Todd Hartley is mad on the internet.

The Miami tight ends coach is a little salty after The U lost their second commitment in three days last night.  This morning he fired off the following not-so-subtle Tweet:

Funny, coming from The University of Miami.  It’s not like they just flipped Kentucky’s highest-ranked recruit to The U last Sunday.  Or that their four-star quarterback originally committed to Kentucky, de-committed, re-committed then flipped to Miami just before signing day.

Pot, meet kettle.

Article written by Nick Roush

"Look upon the doughnut, and not upon the hole." @RoushKSR

16 responses to “Miami Football Coach Unironically Complains About De-Commitments”

  1. Catcasey1

    What a clueless a$$hole

  2. ClutchCargo

    That guy is just a straight up idiot. Get off Twitter and try to hang on to some recruits, bub.

  3. Tipa

    Seems like classic don’t hate the player, hate the game. Just because the coach is playing by the rules, doesn’t mean he has to like them. Coach Cal criticizes the one-and-done rule, yet he is the most successful coach using that rule.

    1. ClutchCargo

      Those two scenarios are not even close to being comparable. When has Cal gone on Twitter to whine about players going pro?

  4. UK Fan In Nashville

    I mean, he’s not wrong…

    1. TBW3011

      Yep. He’s right and an idiot for complaining. I couldn’t coach today and deal with kids like this. I can tell you that.

  5. thatCat

    It’s not like he’s wrong. Football recruitment is ridiculous and I honestly don’t want to know anymore until they show up on campus in pads. It’s not worth the time.

  6. JoeMoney333

    So, with this statement we can assume he’s never contacted a kid that had verbally committed elsewhere. Right?

    1. (Aixelsyd)0505

      Ha! Preach!

  7. N-UR-i

    Following and reporting on football recruiting is worthless.

  8. KYJelly

    Why did you say “un”. It was ironic, not unironic

    1. ClutchCargo

      He meant that he said it without irony. Irony is what most people call sarcasm.

  9. Alleykat16

    I’ve noticed this happens alot in football. Dont really understand why it happens but it does. Ill check to see who says they are coming but till they get here won’t be doing no celebrating

  10. notFromhere

    Should say “Respect my Indecision”

    He won’t be on staff long with that attitude and level of general ignorance. He was fortunate to be there at all.

    Not like most coaches don’t jump in bed with the next cash cow that comes along and hop on board a different train every few years when the gettin is good. Why would recruits not do likewise?

  11. notFromhere

    Some people follow the stock market, others can’t handle the ups and downs. Some make money for themselves, and some make it for others. Some let emotions get the better of them, others make decisions based on planning and strategy and let nothing get in the way of their goal.

    If recruiting is too hurtful to follow, what is real life gonna do to somebody?

  12. playmorezeppelin

    He ain’t lyin but as a general matter, never trust someone with this dude’s haircut-goatee combo.