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    Per Capita Analysis

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    Interesting article I came across



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    Re: Per Capita Analysis

    Good find. That is very interesting info.



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    Re: Per Capita Analysis

    Thanks for the link.

    I'll be interested to see Nebraska's results in Texas going forward. (not this year but in 3-5 years)

    The Big 12 clearly pulls it's talent from Texas.

    The Big 10 clearly from Chicago/Ohio/Michigan.



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    Re: Per Capita Analysis

    And the most recruits per capita, with no other metro area coming close is... Honolulu?



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    Re: Per Capita Analysis

    Quote Originally Posted by Judoka View Post
    And the most recruits per capita, with no other metro area coming close is... Honolulu?
    Statistics ... the math of the messy and difficult to explain. Small population states may be skewed to higher percentages than one would think.



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    Re: Per Capita Analysis

    Hmmm . . . A difficult to dismiss geographical trend from north to south.


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    Re: Per Capita Analysis

    Yeah...but how many stars do those players have?

    Oh no, I didn't!



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    Re: Per Capita Analysis

    Quote Originally Posted by delt4cy View Post
    Thanks for the link.

    I'll be interested to see Nebraska's results in Texas going forward. (not this year but in 3-5 years)

    The Big 12 clearly pulls it's talent from Texas.

    The Big 10 clearly from Chicago/Ohio/Michigan.
    It will be interesting to see how this impacts NE or how NE impacts this.



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    Re: Per Capita Analysis

    Quote Originally Posted by cygrads View Post
    It will be interesting to see how this impacts NE or how NE impacts this.
    Cody Green went back to Texass. The big slew of recruit visits from Texas also appears to be down.


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    Re: Per Capita Analysis

    Quote Originally Posted by Wesley View Post
    Cody Green went back to Texass. The big slew of recruit visits from Texas also appears to be down.
    Cody Green transferred to Tulsa, not a Texas school.



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