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Comment 09 Feb 2019
Here's the thing, while every class has a few Nick Bosa can't miss prospects most players don't fall in that category. What is the objective difference between the number 18 Running Back and the number 26 running back nationally and is the #18 RB a better fit for every offense? Outside of the top thirty or forty overall players individual rankings outside of a categorical star ranking are pointless.
Comment 30 Jan 2019

Signing Day - whether early signing day or the traditional signing day are not the latest a recruit can sign, they are the earliest dates.  Occasionally you'll see a smart recruit extend their recruitment a few days if they sense something funky with their recruitment, a notable example is Roquan Smith who didn't sign with UCLA because he heard through the grapevine the LB Coach was leaving for the NFL the day after signing day which was true.  

A mid-tier recruit might want to ensure their spot in a class but a truly top tier guy like Bru or Roquan Smith can afford to keep the schools waiting a few days/weeks without the school recruiting over them.

Comment 23 Jan 2019
As coach said all of us have been affected by cancer. Honoring Tyler doesn't diminish anyone else's fight against the disease much like TBDBITL honoring the Nebraska trumpet player who passed away doesn't diminish the loss of anyone else
Comment 18 Jan 2019

1.  I think players, including Tate, should be able to transfer once with out restriction and not sitout a year, especially if their HC or position coach changes

2.  With that being said if the NCAA starts allowing transfers because a coach allegedly misled a recruit then there is no point in having transfer restrictions at all

Comment 10 Jan 2019
UCLA current starting QB backed up Martell for 3 years in high school. Having watched Martell with elite talent around him and UCLAs QB with ucla talent I don't think Tate is an upgrade
Comment 10 Jan 2019

Here is the thing, I don't think Urban and Shelly would love living in LA.  WAY more media pressure and scrutiny, more 'Hollywood' style recruits vs Midwest and southern grinders.  The cost of living is insane, like they'd have to pay him about 10mil a year to be equal to what he made at OSU, plus he won't have the autonomy he had at FLA and OSU, there will be way more donor/alum involvement etc.

Comment 08 Jan 2019

I'm not sure why everyone keeps thinking USC could get a big time coach, even Carrol was a failed NFL coach derided by the fan base when he was first hired and was like their fourth or fifth choice at the time.  Serious question, how many big time coaches are there and could USC get them?  Obviously they aren't getting Dabo, Urban or Saban, it's highly unlikely they get Lincoln Riley, and Chris Peterson already turned them down a few years ago.

Buckeye fans are spoiled going Tressel-Meyer, most schools routinely have failed coaches after their successful ones including Bama that had four between their last two title winners.

Comment 06 Jan 2019
That's not entirely true... see USC this year. You need a very good scheme and play calling to be successful at the power 5 level
Comment 29 Dec 2018
The PAC-12 is a non profit organization... I don't understand how you could sell a non profit when it's valuation by definition should be 0$ as all profit must be returned to member schools.
Comment 27 Nov 2018

I feel bad for these guys - when they're in High School they've got millionaire coaches flying private jets to have dinner at their house and tell them "Come play for me you've got what it takes, I should know I've put 1000 guys in the NFL" then they get dropped from recruiting class when a shinier prospect comes along or the coach they were going to play for gets fired and the new coach or coordinator doesn't run a system that suits their abilities.

Comment 27 Nov 2018

I think he was referring to the off the field stuff.  Right or wrong the Head Coach and the AD were suspended for a quarter of the season and a former coach brought significant negative attention to the university.  

Comment 14 Nov 2018
Unfortunately current mayors and governors aren't too concerned about what happens 5 years or a decade from now, they just want to take the victory lap now and leave the problems for someone else