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    Interesting article on "over-signing" FB players

    Here is a link to an interesting article on oversigning football players. We discussed how Ol'Miss was signing 37 players.SEC ban*of oversigning recruits could lead to nationwide ban - Andy Staples - SI.com

    And he made the list of bottom 10 http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/200...ml?eref=sircrc


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    Re: Interesting article on "over-signing" FB players

    That article is a great read (as well as the back-story article this one is following up on).

    It will interesting to see how KU and K-State react, knowing that this practice could soon be against NCAA rules.



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    Re: Interesting article on "over-signing" FB players

    Don't we still have an open scholly? Seems like someone is going to be looking for a last minute home.



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    Re: Interesting article on "over-signing" FB players

    Quote Originally Posted by ISU_Alum_2000 View Post
    That article is a great read (as well as the back-story article this one is following up on).

    It will interesting to see how KU and K-State react, knowing that this practice could soon be against NCAA rules.
    KU?

    I don't think Mangino has ever been an over-signing type. According to Rivals, none of the last four classes were over 25 guys. And he's said that he's only taking about 15-18 for next season because of available scholarships.



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    Re: Interesting article on "over-signing" FB players

    Well I think it was a great strategy when it was within the rules. Why wouldn't you do what Nutt did. Now, obviously he cant, but the strategy was just smart recruiting.



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    Re: Interesting article on "over-signing" FB players

    Quote Originally Posted by kucyclone View Post
    KU?

    I don't think Mangino has ever been an over-signing type. According to Rivals, none of the last four classes were over 25 guys. And he's said that he's only taking about 15-18 for next season because of available scholarships.
    Kansas has a good JC football conference, which provides an easy opportunity for KU and K-State to sign players that don't have a good chance of qualifying, then place them at the local JC when they don't, and see them on campus in a year or two.

    Obviously, K-State (Snyder) has a more illustrious history of this than KU does.



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