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    Boden's Mom said he will play somewhere next year and use his 5th year of eligibility. The only place we know for sure he won't be playing is NDSU.

    Any idea where he may end up? SDSU, USD, Wyoming, Montana?
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    Quote Originally Posted by KC_Hats View Post
    Boden's Mom said he will play somewhere next year and use his 5th year of eligibility. The only place we know for sure he won't be playing is NDSU.

    Any idea where he may end up? SDSU, USD, Wyoming, Montana?
    So he apparently wants his legacy to be a solid player on a sub .500 team that loses to the Bunnies by 20 in the home finale. The days of players with a legacy are gone. That's why guys like Lawrence Alexander, Dexter Werner, Ben Woodside, Taylor Braun and Vinny Shahid are legends and are future Hall of Famers.
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    I'm sure he wanted to get blown out by 20 points on his senior day. I'm assuming that the odd sudden benching and even keeping him out of the arena was the end of him playing another year for the Bison.

    Quote Originally Posted by HerdBot View Post
    So he apparently wants his legacy to be a solid player on a sub .500 team that loses to the Bunnies by 20 in the home finale. The days of players with a legacy are gone. That's why guys like Lawrence Alexander, Dexter Werner, Ben Woodside, Taylor Braun and Vinny Shahid are legends and are future Hall of Famers.
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    Boden regressed substantially this year. He needs to be on a team where he is the 2,3, or 4 option. He's not built to be da guy. He was still a great Bison and an ambassador for the program. Too bad we couldn't have given him some better coaching and talent to surround him with this year. Best of luck to him wherever he ends up.

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    I dont blame any kid for using their last year elsewhere.

    He grew up down the street from me in Jamestown. Granted, he was just a tyke back then. Can't blame him for wanting to do something different, considering how stagnant our basketball team is lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HerdBot View Post
    So he apparently wants his legacy to be a solid player on a sub .500 team that loses to the Bunnies by 20 in the home finale. The days of players with a legacy are gone. That's why guys like Lawrence Alexander, Dexter Werner, Ben Woodside, Taylor Braun and Vinny Shahid are legends and are future Hall of Famers.
    None of those other guys even had the option of playing a 5th season like Skunberg does due to the 20-21 season not counting against his eligibility. I don't blame him for wanting to go somewhere else - I'd imagine he clashes with Richman and knows next year isn't going to be any better than this year. Assuming he's leaving with a degree he fulfilled his end of the bargain when he signed his NLI at NDSU - good luck to him.

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    those who stay will be champions

    (if they switch to football)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevin View Post
    those who stay will be champions

    (if they switch to football)
    "Those who stay will be a 2-5 seed in the conference tourney and at best be a 15-16 seed in the madness"
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    Quote Originally Posted by KC_Hats View Post
    Boden's Mom said he will play somewhere next year and use his 5th year of eligibility. The only place we know for sure he won't be playing is NDSU.

    Any idea where he may end up? SDSU, USD, Wyoming, Montana?
    Thats embarassing if true.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ndsubison1 View Post
    Thats embarassing if true.
    Idk how it's embarrassing for a ND kid who played four years in Fargo to want to use his last year to go do something different.
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