Often times the thought of midwestern players heading to LSU (Pocic) or others going to Florida or FSU (Levenberry) to play in the sweltering heat is questionable, for lack of a better word. With the impending heat coming this mid-week with temps of 94, 95 and 94 in three consecutive days, think about suiting up in that heat regularly. And that is probably cooler temps for some areas like LSU. Anyone that has ever went through August practices in our temps understand the toll it takes on your body. Acclimating to it for a short time is one thing but to look at going through practically the entire season in these conditions would not be a tempting fate. Understood they are choosing a school, and they will eventually get accustomed to it after a couple years(?), but it isn't a great recruiting tool by any means. Think about it the next few days. I always do when it gets very hot and do not get the attraction. And the SEC hardly ever travels North to get out of the heat as everyone knows. Is this an issue for many in choosing a school or does it matter at all?