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    I know no one really looks around this forum, but any good/bad news from your favorite college/alma mater today? Unless that school happens to be Florida, in which case I don't care what you have to say.

  • #2
    Re: High School Signing Day!

    Auburn surprised me today, pulling a fast one with Corey lemonier. I see us having a 10 win season next year

    Just glad Florida's whole team graduated this year. Tired of hearing about the Florida Tebow's


    • #3
      Re: High School Signing Day!

      Texas reloaded as usual....having the #2 rated class. They went big on defense.


      • #4
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        Originally posted by txramsfan View Post
        Texas reloaded as usual....having the #2 rated class. They went big on defense.

        And stole our boy Hicks away!


        • #5
          Re: High School Signing Day!

          Originally posted by 01d 0rd3r View Post
          Auburn surprised me today, pulling a fast one with Corey lemonier. I see us having a 10 win season next year

          Just glad Florida's whole team graduated this year. Tired of hearing about the Florida Tebow's

          Yeah Auburn pulled in a stellar class this year. They always seem to grab those big time RBs too.


          • #6
            Re: High School Signing Day!

            I was happy with the players Charlie Strong was able to bring into Louisville. The program nose dived under the last coach so I have no doubt it was Strong and Strong alone that got a good chunk of these kids to commit.

            I don't think he will turn it around his 1st year but his first class was a good start.

            Go Cards!!


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