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Poll Results: Who is going to win the Pac 12 this season?

Poll expires: Jul 16, 2017  
  • 40% (2)
    USC
  • 0% (0)
    Stanford
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    Washington
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    Oregon
  • 20% (1)
    UCLA
  • 0% (0)
    Wazzu
  • 20% (1)
    Utah
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    Colorado
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    Oregon St
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    Cal
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    Arizona St
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    Arizona
5 Total Votes  
post #15361 of 18173
Thread Starter 
If you have to think about it, you ain't really about that life
post #15362 of 18173
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Originally Posted by gatorb807 View Post

Rhett Lashlee leaves Auburn for UConn to remain an OC. Takes a paycut of $250K yearly.

WTF going on at Auburn?

They gonna feel John Franklin III in Connecticut

Gus probably wants to call plays again since he finnaly has a triggerman and Rhett finnaly had enough or.....

Art is byke.
post #15363 of 18173
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 Ian Wenik ‏@run_IMW  8h8 hours ago

Breaking: http://Scout.com  says it will be filing a $9.5 million stalking horse bid from CBS.
 
Ian Wenik ‏@run_IMW  8h8 hours ago

CBS owns http://247sports.com . This would mean big consolidation in the recruiting site space.
 
Ian Wenik ‏@run_IMW  8h8 hours ago

@AdamRoweTDD If no one else bids, then it goes to CBS. I would expect a competitive auction.
 
Ian Wenik ‏@run_IMW  8h8 hours ago

CBS' bid is only a baseline for the bankruptcy auction. Other parties certainly could come in.

CBS currently works with 247, right?
post #15364 of 18173
Thread Starter 
They own 247.
post #15365 of 18173
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Originally Posted by Bobby Layne View Post

They own 247.
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Damn, and Rivals is seriously struggling. Basically would just make 247 the only player in the game.
post #15366 of 18173
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Originally Posted by Bobby Layne View Post

They own 247.
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Damn, and Rivals is seriously struggling. Basically would just make 247 the only player in the game.

Yep

As a Michigan fan having Steve and Sam on the same site would be nice.

But I'm not sure if this much consolidation in the recruiting game is good for the consumer.
post #15367 of 18173

Honestly, recruiting is a sham as is. None of it REALLY means anything. It's all vague projecting and imprecise science.

 

CBS and ESPN being the only players just means everyone will agree in the nonsense they spew instead of arguing over whose nonsense is more accurate.

post #15368 of 18173
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I was referring moreso in terms of sub prices, and interface accessibility.
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Never side with skip




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Never side with skip




 

 

:lol

 

Dude had the nerve to say recently "But my takes are always right!" Yes because you make every side of the argument.

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post #15373 of 18173
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Michigan is visiting Nico Collins and Willie Gay tomorrow. Also interesting from some Georgia insiders saying that Kirby and Co doesn't have much room for Collins as NSD nears. So they will have to make some decisions.

 

False, saving spots for Solomon and Nico regardless. Harbaugh might've played himself visiting so early, if he don't give him his word tomorrow it's a wrap Kirby gonna seal the deal. Planning to take 4-5 more out of:

 

DT: Solomon/ 4* UF Commit Tedarrel Slayton

OLB: Markaviest Bryant/ Leonard Warner

CB: Juco Ameer Speed/ USCe Commit Jamyest Williams

WR: Nico Collins

 

UGA: 19 4/5* commits

SEC East: 20 4/5* commits

 

Some assses bout to get whooped in the East


Edited by 10508 Cardo Jr Ln - 1/11/17 at 10:07pm
post #15374 of 18173
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Originally Posted by 10508 Cardo Jr Ln View Post
 
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Originally Posted by MrGmac View Post

Michigan is visiting Nico Collins and Willie Gay tomorrow. Also interesting from some Georgia insiders saying that Kirby and Co doesn't have much room for Collins as NSD nears. So they will have to make some decisions.

 

Some assses bout to get whooped in the East

 

9-3

post #15375 of 18173
Only reason coaching salaries in elite schools mirror nfl ones is the labor is free so these coaches need to shut up
post #15376 of 18173
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I personally think Peppers faked his injury, and I dont blame him. I'm a Michigan alum too, if that matters. If it was the playoff I would have felt differently, but go get paid young bull, thanks for everything smokin.gif

What missing open tackles and over running plays.

I'll never forgive him for getting juked on that crucial play vs tOSU smh
post #15377 of 18173
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Originally Posted by 10508 Cardo Jr Ln View Post

False, saving spots for Solomon and Nico regardless. Harbaugh might've played himself visiting so early, if he don't give him his word tomorrow it's a wrap Kirby gonna seal the deal. Planning to take 4-5 more out of:

DT: Solomon/ 4* UF Commit Tedarrel Slayton
OLB: Markaviest Bryant/ Leonard Warner
CB: Juco Ameer Speed/ USCe Commit Jamyest Williams
WR: Nico Collins

UGA: 19 4/5* commits
SEC East: 20 4/5* commits

Some assses bout to get whooped in the East

Ya damn right!

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Originally Posted by Bobby Layne View Post

9-3

SIC 'EM!
post #15378 of 18173
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Originally Posted by 10508 Cardo Jr Ln View Post

False, saving spots for Solomon and Nico regardless. Harbaugh might've played himself visiting so early, if he don't give him his word tomorrow it's a wrap Kirby gonna seal the deal. Planning to take 4-5 more out of:

DT: Solomon/ 4* UF Commit Tedarrel Slayton
OLB: Markaviest Bryant/ Leonard Warner
CB: Juco Ameer Speed/ USCe Commit Jamyest Williams
WR: Nico Collins

UGA: 19 4/5* commits
SEC East: 20 4/5* commits

Some assses bout to get whooped in the East

Harbaugh just had a kid so if Michigan visits these kids it won't be him.
post #15379 of 18173
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Originally Posted by zs05wc View Post

Harbaugh just had a kid so if Michigan visits these kids it won't be him.

Harbaugh is gonna bring the baby on the visit 😂
post #15380 of 18173
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Originally Posted by dreClark View Post

Harbaugh is gonna bring the baby on the visit 😂

Harbaugh might even ask a croots parents to watch his kids while they hit up Applebee's.
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post #15381 of 18173
*Cracker Barrel
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post #15383 of 18173
Welp whatever he does it appears he will be visiting his today.
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 Brett McMurphy ‏@McMurphyESPN  1h1 hour ago
Art Briles will not be considered for Auburn OC job, source told @ESPN. Job is "wide open & (new OC) will run the offense,” source said

 

That would be a good OC hire for Gus.  Sonny's running game is already pretty similar to what the Gus disciples do. 


Edited by Bobby Layne - 1/12/17 at 9:10am
post #15385 of 18173
for cause? Because he looked at Baylor?
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post #15386 of 18173

Wayback machine:

 

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2008 Coaching hires have been a laugh riot this holiday season

 

Tennessee. The hire: Kiffin. The grade: C-plus.
For 20 games, Kiffin had one of the worst jobs in all of football -- coaching under Al Davis. Before that he had one of the cushiest jobs in all of football: recruiting and calling plays at USC. I know this much: Post-Leinart and Bush, the Trojans' offense hasn't been dazzling, which reflects on Kiffin and the new coach at Washington, whom we will get to shortly. The biggest positive to date is the hiring of Daddy, Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive coordinator Monte Kiffin, for the same position in Knoxville. If former Ole Miss head coach Ed Orgeron is added to the staff it would be a recruiting boon. Still, there are some folks at USC who never thought Kiffin was especially suited to the college game. Will that change now?

Washington. The hire: Steve Sarkisian, who called plays at USC with/after Kiffin. The grade: C.
Same questions here as there were for Kiffin: is he really an adept offensive mind, or has he simply benefited from the luxury of working with superior talent? And why hasn't the USC offense been more consistently explosive in recent years? The fortunate thing is that there is ample room for upward mobility in the current Pac-10.

Clemson. The hire: Swinney, who was recruiting coordinator and wide receivers coach until Tommy Bowden was whacked in midseason. The grade: D-plus.
Swinney was part and parcel of a failed season, but somehow got a promotion out of the deal. Who knew that beating Duke and Virginia could lead to such ample rewards? Clemson fans loved the fact that the Tigers closed the regular season by beating rival South Carolina. But hey, Bowden beat the Gamecocks seven times in nine tries and look where that got him. Swinney has the same thing going for him that Sarkisian has at Washington: the in-conference competition in the ACC isn't that stiff.

Kansas State. The hire: Bill Snyder, who was pulled out of mothballs at age 69, three years after he retired. The grade: D.
Yes, Snyder is the guy who breathed life into K-State football in the first place. But don't forget that he'd started sucking the life back out of it before retirement -- in his last two seasons the Wildcats were 9-13 and 4-12 in the Big 12. So unless Snyder can dial back into whatever he last had in 2003, this move is doomed to failure.

 

http://www.espn.com/espn/columns/story?id=3777520&columnist=forde_pat&sportCat=ncf

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How the Oregon Ducks football season unraveled, and ended with coach Mark Helfrich's firing

 

http://www.oregonlive.com/ducks/index.ssf/2017/01/how_the_oregon_ducks_football.html#a-9844f22f-5b1f-4648-8eb0-b745660726bf

 

In the weight room during the offseason, a large number of players, and rarely the same ones, balked at completing UO's weightlifting workouts. One current Duck -- who like all players interviewed requested anonymity in exchange for their candor -- recalled teammates who finished workouts to the letter, but with much lighter weights. Another said it was common for some to mark down that they had completed all the repetitions -- even though they had not done so.

At the height of summer, players left the weight room barely sweating.

"Half effort," one player said. "Cutting corners."

In the offseason, when NCAA rules limit how often position coaches can observe workouts, sneaking this past the powers that be wasn't difficult. Though UO's strength and conditioning coaches have offices in the football complex's sparkling weight room, many keep their primary offices in the Casanova Center's old facility where they work with other UO teams, too.

The cost of those incomplete workouts added up.

Because Oregon typically recruits leaner, speedier athletes, it often plays at a strength disadvantage -- and the skipped work widened that divide as summer turned to fall.

As fall practices began, other issues arose. Undeterred by the punishment of extra running after Thursday practices, players arrived late for meetings time and again.

During the Ducks' simple "stretch" period that opened each practice, players began cutting repetitions. They were each supposed to go a distance of 20 yards, loosening up for practice with a mix of jogging, stretching and skipping. But many stopped short, and they weren't always held accountable by teammates or coaches, some of whom chatted among themselves instead of watching the warm-up.

post #15388 of 18173
Torrance Gibson headed to Cincy? What a get if true.
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post #15389 of 18173
Not if he's playing qb
post #15390 of 18173
Doesn't what's his name still have eligibility at Cincy?

24 year old dude who was committed to Indiana, ND, and LSU(?)

Kiel.
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