East. I don’t know what “on the rise” means there...
#12-13 class in SEC
Mizzou shoulda stayed in big12, we be able to compete for titles in that conf imo.
They would have won several titles if they had stayed in the Big 12, which they should have done.e
Maybe they will fit into the SEC someday if they stay a few more decades, but it's not just football that is suffering from being in the SEC, their basketball program was a power for years from all the way back in the Big 8 days.
They had an identity in the Big 12.
Never saw this turning into a Mizzou thread lol
It wasn't a complaint, it was a threatAre we talking bout bama? When did the become WR U? They went from the most boring team under saban where they pounded the rock and played d to all a sudden being a wr factory who throws the ball all over the yard!! Anyone remember those 2 riveting games they played vs lsu, one being the championship where bama kicked some Fgs?? Lol. My how things change!! Didn’t saban complain about the teams who went hurry up back then?!
Way more impressive that Bama got 2 OTs in tops 5 to me.
obviously getting Jo Jo without a visit is no doubt impressive
That’s pretty much how it goes.if I was bama I wouldn’t visit anyone. I be like “we bama, you lucky we offering you a chance!”. “You wanna win ships? You want to compile sick yards and get drafted in the 1st round?”. If that sounds good come here, If you rather have a suspect qb throwing ya the ball that leaves you being a late round pick who gets cut and has a career flipping burgers, go to lsu or somewhere else!!
Literally just take what they want.Wheaton is going to be great at Alabama. I see why a good back decides to go there. They have become a high-powered offensive machine with great QBs and receivers, but Saban still relies on his RBs and late in the season turns them loose.
This is the second year in a row the Tide has swooped in and signed a guy Oklahoma thought they had wrapped up
And it's not always just the number one guy. They came into Oklahoma and offered Josh Jacobs at a time when he was half-way through his senior year and had no other offers.Literally just take what they want.
Talent evaluation is on point. Just keep churning out NFL picks. So jealous of what they have.And it's not always just the number one guy. They came into Oklahoma and offered Josh Jacobs at a time when he was half-way through his senior year and had no other offers.
Oklahoma and Oklahoma State seemed to be unaware the guy had talent and he committed to Alabama before any in-state school even talked to him.
PJ Fleck is making waves in recruiting. Minnesota just added the highest ranked recruit they have gotten since rankings began. He's from Omaha and was one of the Cornhusker's top targets.
ESPN Junior 300 cornerback Avante Dickerson, the No. 46 recruit overall, is Minnesota's highest-ranked commitment since ESPN started its rankings in 2009.www.espn.com
The obstacles they have to overcome each year are truly amazing. I’m always glad they remind us each year when they hoist the trophy. Truly, unexpected success.