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    Re: texas recruiting

    It's like that every year.



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    Re: texas recruiting

    i know but it is kind of depressing



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    Re: texas recruiting

    You mean the way they already have a 5-star recruit plus ten 4-star recruits compared to our one unranked guy? Even with that start, they're trailing USC who has four 5-stars and seven 4-stars already committed. Like was posted, it's like that every year.


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    Jamie Pollard, 2005-. 4 years. 1 bowl game, 0 NCAA's, 0 NIT's. Postseason participation: 13%. The next big step.

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    Re: texas recruiting

    I just hope i doesn't get any worse now that Baylor has Briles.



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    Re: texas recruiting

    USC's recruiting class is going to go down as one of the all time greats



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    Re: texas recruiting

    Let's hope Gene rubbed off some of the recruiting ability from Mack Brown.



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    Re: texas recruiting

    Quote Originally Posted by cyclonez7 View Post
    Let's hope Gene rubbed off some of the recruiting ability from Mack Brown.
    Oddly enough, some Texas fans think that Mack should do a better job of bringing talent in.

    2008- 14th
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    Doesn't seem like they should complain about much to me



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    Quote Originally Posted by Clones85' View Post
    Oddly enough, some Texas fans think that Mack should do a better job of bringing talent in.

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    Doesn't seem like they should complain about much to me
    It's not the recruiting classes at all actually - they get angry that he doesn't win more with such highly rated classes year after year. Only two BCS appearances, both with a certain QB at the helm, and only one Big XII championship...


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    Re: texas recruiting

    Quote Originally Posted by Ace000087 View Post
    I just hope i doesn't get any worse now that Baylor has Briles.
    I am jumping off a cliff after cancelling my season tickets. This is terrible news.


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    Re: texas recruiting

    Think of the worst coach ISU has ever had and put him at Texas. I bet he would be at least marginally successful simply because those stud Texas kids want to play for Texas and with all that talent, you have to really work at it to go wrong. On the other hand, it's really hard to get kids to want to play in Ames, regardless of how good the coach is. They are not falling all over themselves to come play for Chizik. He's going to have to excell with marginal talent and then, maybe, a few top talent guys will exercise good judgement and come to Ames to benefit from his coaching.



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    Re: texas recruiting

    Quote Originally Posted by d30fan View Post
    Think of the worst coach ISU has ever had and put him at Texas.
    Jim Walden at Texas? That would be awesome!


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    Re: texas recruiting

    I was thinking more of Donnie Duncan. Jim Walden did pretty well at WSU.



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    Re: texas recruiting

    Quote Originally Posted by d30fan View Post
    I was thinking more of Donnie Duncan. Jim Walden did pretty well at WSU.
    I was thinking Duncan or Criner myself. I think Walden didn't know what he was getting into and was left with a bare cupboard.



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    Re: texas recruiting

    From wikipedia on Jim Criner:

    In 2008 he accepted the position of head football coach at Marist High School in Eugene, Oregon.
    Wow, they are in trouble. At least he won't have to deal with the NCAA on rules violations, although some school boards might be about as bad.



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