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"you have an offer", "you've been approved for an offer"
How is "you have an offer/you've been approved for an offer" any more confusing than what Bama does? Their version is "you've got an offer" but not a "committable offer".
I would guess in one scenario you actually have an offer but they aren't going to honor it whereas in the other you never had an offer to begin with. I'd also add that in the first scenario its likely to become a committable offer if they schools first choice commits elsewhere and during that time you had the second choice on the hook so to speak.
But the point is its another example of confusing language coming out of the football program on something that should be fairly simple for everyone to understand.
This post was edited by JeezGuy 17 months ago
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