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    Quote Originally Posted by Californication View Post
    This is always one of my favorite threads. Thanks very much for doing this every year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by N2FL View Post
    I know the people on here HATE Texas and everything they stand for...

    2010: 5-7
    2011: 8-5, def. Cal in the Holiday Bowl
    I just kept my favorite parts of your response.
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    Quote Originally Posted by N2FL View Post
    I know the people on here HATE Texas and everything they stand for, and I understand that, but people have to face the facts. They have been one of the top 3-5 programs in the country for the past decade or so. Texas is a national power. Just because they have not been National Championship contenders the last two years, you cannot dismiss what they have done recently.

    2002: 11-2, def. LSU in the Cotton Bowl
    2003: 10-3
    2004: 11-1, def. Michigan in the Rose Bowl
    2005: 13-0, def. USC in the National Championship Game
    2006: 10-3, def. Iowa in the Alamo Bowl
    2007: 10-3. def. Arizona State in the Holiday Bowl
    2008: 12-1, def. Ohio State in the Fiesta Bowl
    2009: 13-1, lost to Alabama in the National Championship Game
    2010: 5-7
    2011: 8-5, def. Cal in the Holiday Bowl

    Every school has a transition period where they need to replace a key player on their team or get over a staff overhaul, which schools like Texas, USC, Georgia and Florida are doing now. All of them will be back to where they were soon if not this coming season. Talent wins and Texas has proven that. As has Florida, LSU, Alabama, Oklahoma, Ohio State, Georgia, USC and all of the other teams who have perennial top 10 recruiting classes.

    Nebraska will join them as well, I have no doubt in my mind. Bo has a track record for getting the most out of his players and with the kinds of recruiting classes ('11, '12) he has brought in - as well as the class he is currently assembling, its just a matter of time for the Huskers.
    Yeah your right... I live here and hate them to the core but certinally respect what they do with all of their athletics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThotDoc View Post
    I just kept my favorite parts of your response.
    lol, understood.

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    If they weren't successful there wouldn't be any jealousy... it'd be like K-State or Colorado.

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    Quote Originally Posted by N2FL View Post
    I know the people on here HATE Texas and everything they stand for, and I understand that, but people have to face the facts. They have been one of the top 3-5 programs in the country for the past decade or so. Texas is a national power. Just because they have not been National Championship contenders the last two years, you cannot dismiss what they have done recently.

    2002: 11-2, def. LSU in the Cotton Bowl
    2003: 10-3
    2004: 11-1, def. Michigan in the Rose Bowl
    2005: 13-0, def. USC in the National Championship Game
    2006: 10-3, def. Iowa in the Alamo Bowl
    2007: 10-3. def. Arizona State in the Holiday Bowl
    2008: 12-1, def. Ohio State in the Fiesta Bowl
    2009: 13-1, lost to Alabama in the National Championship Game
    2010: 5-7
    2011: 8-5, def. Cal in the Holiday Bowl

    Every school has a transition period where they need to replace a key player on their team or get over a staff overhaul, which schools like Texas, USC, Georgia and Florida are doing now. All of them will be back to where they were soon if not this coming season. Talent wins and Texas has proven that. As has Florida, LSU, Alabama, Oklahoma, Ohio State, Georgia, USC and all of the other teams who have perennial top 10 recruiting classes.

    Nebraska will join them as well, I have no doubt in my mind. Bo has a track record for getting the most out of his players and with the kinds of recruiting classes ('11, '12) he has brought in - as well as the class he is currently assembling, its just a matter of time for the Huskers.
    ...but when you get to cherry-pick the best recruits in the nation (and, usually have them inked before the season begins) typical, major-program expectations do not apply. Mack Brown has, consistently, done less with more.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Husker Mort View Post
    ...but when you get to cherry-pick the best recruits in the nation (and, usually have them inked before the season begins) typical, major-program expectations do not apply. Mack Brown has, consistently, done less with more.
    No doubt...I agree but by having the best they win despite Mack most of the time.

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    1. Josh Banderas, LB (Nebraska) - recruited by Ross Els
    2. Marcus McWilson, S (Ohio) - recruited by John Papuchis
    3. Tre'vell Dixon, Ath.(S) (Louisiana)
    4. Courtney Love, LB (Ohio) - recruited by John Papuchis
    5. A.J. Natter, DE (Wisconsin) - recruited by John Papuchis

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    Quote Originally Posted by N2FL View Post
    1. Josh Banderas, LB (Nebraska) - recruited by Ross Els
    2. Marcus McWilson, S (Ohio) - recruited by John Papuchis
    3. Tre'vell Dixon, Ath.(S) (Louisiana)
    4. Courtney Love, LB (Ohio) - recruited by John Papuchis
    5. A.J. Natter, DE (Wisconsin) - recruited by John Papuchis
    Seems to be a trend here... Happy to see Papuchis getting "his" guys

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    If Miles wants Dixon all he has to do is snap his fingers.EVERY La player wants to play at LSU. We are lucky they are limited to 25

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    6 commits

    1. Josh Banderas, LB (Nebraska) - recruited by Ross Els
    2. Marcus McWilson, S (Ohio) - recruited by John Papuchis
    3. Tre'vell Dixon, Ath.(S) (Louisiana)
    4. Courtney Love, LB (Ohio) - recruited by John Papuchis
    5. Christian Lacouture, DL (Texas) - recruited by Rick Kaczenski and John Papuchis
    6. A.J. Natter, DE (Wisconsin) - recruited by John Papuchis

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    4 out of 6 now with Papuchis involved.
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    Coach P is a real asset... This class is shaping up to be very very nice. GBR

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    1. Josh Banderas, LB (Nebraska) - recruited by Ross Els
    2. Marcus McWilson, S (Ohio) - recruited by John Papuchis
    3. Tre'vell Dixon, Ath.(S) (Louisiana)
    4. Christian Lacouture, DL (Texas) - recruited by Rick Kaczenski and John Papuchis
    5. Courtney Love, LB (Ohio) - recruited by John Papuchis
    6. A.J. Natter, DE (Wisconsin) - recruited by John Papuchis

    *Had a tough time ranking Lacouture and Love. I have them graded very close, but in the end I think I give the slight edge to Lacouture.

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    1. Josh Banderas, LB (Nebraska) - recruited by Ross Els
    2. Marcus McWilson, S (Ohio) - recruited by John Papuchis
    3. Tre'vell Dixon, Ath.(S) (Louisiana)
    4. Christian Lacouture, DL (Texas) - recruited by Rick Kaczenski and John Papuchis
    5. Courtney Love, LB (Ohio) - recruited by John Papuchis
    6. A.J. Natter, DE (Wisconsin) - recruited by John Papuchis
    7. Greg Hart, TE (Ohio)







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