UFM and TOSU are primed for several years of success in the B1G and nationally. If the first two recruiting class and first year are a sign of things to come all TOSU fans should be giddy. There is outstanding talent on both sides of the ball, a great team of coaches and a insatiable collection of fans ready to dominate. I was wondering where everyone thinks the consistant competition for years to come will be at for us. There isn't anyone in the B1G that seems poised to battle us regularly outside of maybe TSUN. Nebraska will have years where they will be good and Wisky will be interesting to see where they go under the new regime. Sparty is a question mark. I don't know how I feel about them. PSU will struggle for several years to come. Indiana seems to be up and coming, but how long will Kevin Wilson be around before get interest from bigger schools? Northwestern is another school who could be interesting from time to time. Will the newcomers the conference be able to challenge for championships? Illinios and Purdue have Tress disciples as coaches who know how to win, but I don't think they will be on TOSU's level anytime soon. Iowa doesn't care me and Minnesota could be a tough situation, especially is Kill isn't able to continue. I feel we will see Bama, ND and Oregon several times over the next several years. Texas could be tough if they get a better staff with the talent at their disposal. TAMU seems to be building something down there. SEC will also have the talent and staff. Thoughts?