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BVP
02-01-2006, 11:15 PM
Feburary 1st was the first day for players to sign the letter of commitment to their school. How does your team look after yesterday?

mrsolo
02-02-2006, 11:52 AM
Feburary 1st was the first day for players to sign the letter of commitment to their school. How does your team look after yesterday?

Sooners look to have another great class. #1 RB Demarco Murry to follow up Adrian Peterson, Jermaine Gresham - 6' 7" tight end and big Gerald McCoy - 6'4" 305 lb DT from Oklahoma City. ESPN has Gresham ranked as #7 tight end and McCoy as #2 DT.
We also got the #5 WR Adron Tennell - 6'4" 210. I think we're ranked as #6 class by ESPN insider.

Calif. Bronco
02-02-2006, 12:15 PM
Most of the so-called experts ranked USC first or second. They stocked up at RB and in the secondary. The only place they fell short was on the O-line. Looks like a great class but whoever really knows about these kids.

*Atwater*
02-02-2006, 01:05 PM
The UNC bears biggest signing was at QB hes big for a QB at 6-foot-7, 250-pounds .

Calif. Bronco
02-02-2006, 01:11 PM
The UNC bears biggest signing was at QB hes big for a QB at 6-foot-7, 250-pounds .

Holy cow!!!!! That's like having a sixth lineman! :eek:

*Atwater*
02-02-2006, 01:17 PM
Holy cow!!!!! That's like having a sixth lineman! :eek:

Maybe he will be harder to sack.

RoorRipper
02-02-2006, 01:38 PM
Looking pretty good for us. We got the best QB in the nation, Mitch Mustain, and also got a ESPN top 150 wide receiver from Alabama. Things are looking good for the Hogs.

WOOOOOOOOOOOOOO PIG SOOOEEEE!!!!

mrsolo
02-02-2006, 01:43 PM
Most of the so-called experts ranked USC first or second. They stocked up at RB and in the secondary. The only place they fell short was on the O-line. Looks like a great class but whoever really knows about these kids.

Well you know they're gonna bring in great athletes. As with any player, it all depends on what he's got between his ears and if he has heart. It's gonna be tough for USC to be as powerful offensively, unless the new QB has the ability to take the offense and run with it.

Nick7
02-02-2006, 02:21 PM
Not so great for the Huskers. Most people have us ranked #29-ish.

Mr. T
02-02-2006, 06:21 PM
Well, the Sooners, as usual, did extremely well.

But what I'M happy about is my Grizzlies class. We brought in a lot of talent (including 1-A transfer, Craig Chambers.) Definitely looking forward to the next Montana Grizzlies season.

BVP
02-02-2006, 08:39 PM
:jawdrop: CSU is ranked 85th. :eek:

rcsodak
02-03-2006, 12:30 AM
Well you know they're gonna bring in great athletes. As with any player, it all depends on what he's got between his ears and if he has heart. It's gonna be tough for USC to be as powerful offensively, unless the new QB has the ability to take the offense and run with it.
Plus, solo, Granger will be there alongside him.... :cheers:

I'd say that as long as the juco Olinemen can gel and learn, OU will be a handful to the competition!

IrishConrad
02-03-2006, 12:02 PM
CSU is ranked 85th.

no worries, ranking don't mean too much. We have some steller talent. Just some bad coordinators.

West
02-04-2006, 03:44 PM
:jawdrop: CSU is ranked 85th. :eek:
What do you expect from them after a piss poor season?

Alabama is 10thish, they signed a lot of good talent including probably the best OLman coming out of high school in about 10 years.

bronc_fan23
02-06-2006, 04:38 PM
Washington State ranked 45th...couple of 4 stars and 11 3 stars....alot of JUCO transfers...the class is mostly Running Backs and Cornerbacks

DBroncTD30
02-09-2006, 11:27 AM
Ranked #1 or #2 nationally, depending on the recruiting service.
Florida did extremely well, even with 4 decommittments to other schools.
Stars abound in this class, and the headliners are QB Tim Tebow and WR Percy Harvin.

More importantly, UF met its requirements at positions where depth was needed.
:beer:

West
02-09-2006, 03:14 PM
Ranked #1 or #2 nationally, depending on the recruiting service.
Florida did extremely well, even with 4 decommittments to other schools.
Stars abound in this class, and the headliners are QB Tim Tebow and WR Percy Harvin.

More importantly, UF met its requirements at positions where depth was needed.
:beer:
Florida celebrates high recruiting classes like Alabama celebrates 12 National Titles.

DBroncTD30
02-10-2006, 05:32 AM
Florida celebrates high recruiting classes like Alabama celebrates 12 National Titles.


Think you meant to say Texas, not Florida. :cheers:

UF is a well rounded athletic university, and does not have to resort to being good and boasting about it in one particular sport.

While 'Bama is trying to find the next Bear Bryant, UF has the first Urban Meyer.
:beer:

West
02-10-2006, 01:52 PM
Think you meant to say Texas, not Florida. :cheers:

UF is a well rounded athletic university, and does not have to resort to being good and boasting about it in one particular sport.

While 'Bama is trying to find the next Bear Bryant, UF has the first Urban Meyer.
:beer:
All Florida has is a coach that excelled in the MAC and MWEST. Come talk to me when he has actually done something rather than recruit good talent.

broncotime56
02-10-2006, 03:33 PM
What do you expect from them after a piss poor season?

Alabama is 10thish, they signed a lot of good talent including probably the best OLman coming out of high school in about 10 years.

GO BUFFS!!! GO NOLES!!!

rcsodak
02-10-2006, 11:32 PM
Florida celebrates high recruiting classes like Alabama celebrates 12 National Titles.
I think Florida has prolly had more "high recruiting classes" in the last 13 yrs than your tide has titles, during that same period. :coffee:

FYI:
Over the course of NCAA record keeping, OU has been named by some or all of the different services that 'vote' on the National Champion (pre BCS) 16 times, since 1949.

Your tide has ALSO been named a total of 16 times......but you have to go back to 1925 to get that total.

Just a fun little tidbit. ;)

http://www.ncaa.org/champadmin/ia_football_past_champs.html

BVP
02-12-2006, 11:02 AM
What do you expect from them after a piss poor season?

Alabama is 10thish, they signed a lot of good talent including probably the best OLman coming out of high school in about 10 years.

I didn't expect much. I just thought that we would improve on 85th from last season.

But I do expect us to beat CU's ass into the ground come the Rocky Mountain Showdown.

BVP
02-12-2006, 12:16 PM
By the way, CSU moved up to #80 in the Nation!