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I know several threads have been on this but at what point does the NCAA at least look into what's going on down there.
This makes sense to me.. Morris is a Memphis kids and Memphis kids flood to Ole Miss
Yeah a lot more sense than some of the other recent commits.
Just another lemon into lemonade job. - Switchfoot
I get that its just crazy how great there class is going to be compared to results I guess.
and Barber leaves for AU............AU also has an EE 4* RB in this class too..........Ford needs to see the light.
OMiss still has 3 four* RBs still in their 2013 class.
This post was edited by SamVolsam 14 months ago
Hell, seems to me AU and ole miss is gonna finish 1-2 in recruiting the way kids are flocking to them. They gotta be selling something to these kids, or both staffs are the best recruiting staffs in America. Not sure which it is yet.
They impressed me more than any team in the country last year. You don't take a 2-win team and win 7 games in the SEC unless you are a great coach. He has given these recruits every reason to believe they can go to OM and be part of something special.
This post was edited by volfan28 14 months ago
Auburn got Randy Garner & D. Craig never missed a beat recruiting.
They are both great recruiters and add to that Auburn grads. I suspect its a more enthusiastic sell full of personal anecdotes and material neither could really use at their previous stop.
I think there would have to be some credible evidence of recruiting violations for the NCAA to look at them. Signing a really good class falls well short of what would be needed to initiate an investigation. Otherwise, you'd have to investigate the top 10 every year.
Fans of other teams holding the opinion that surely they must be cheating just isn't sufficient reason to investigate. And that's a good thing - every school that ever signs a good class or a 5* would have to be investigated if that were the only criterion used.
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