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I make him cry himself to sleep every night, he has an Obama phone, has Obama Medicare, doesn't work, hates me, so he hates LSU. So I disagree, he's just a liberal crybaby
You need to get down here, weather is gorgeous.
"Here are provided seats of meditative joy, where shall rise again the destined reign of Troy." Virgil
I know, high five
Its not too shabby where i am either... SoCal....
Request has been granted, you watching the Michigan game
It's a matter of perfect vs more perfect, lol. Beach town wins!!!!
LSU is in a group of perhaps 20 schools that can legitimately consider themselves a "Top 10" job. LSU is not among the select group of schools that everyone would consider a top 10 job. Not even close. That is why this is a troll thread. Someone got butthurt and started a thread.
I'd include them on my list though.
I agree, top stadium atmosphere, best tailgate food, top 10 fan base, top notch facilities, very rich instate talent, next door to Texas, down the road from mobile and Florida, soon to be over 100,000 seats in already the best and loudest stadium, top 15 in wins and winning %, easily number 32 in best jobs in college football
I hadn't really considered that, but it seems like a valid point. So are Texas and Alabama the top 2 jobs in your opinion?
I think to a hard core football kid/coach who wants to be adored because he's a football player/coach, wants a rabid fanbase, packed stadium, those jobs/schools are preferable.
I posted on here an interview with Coach Saban's agent...he told him not to take the SC job because "no one sends their kids to South Central anymore" his use of "south central" alone indicates he had zero clue about what really attracts the local kids to USC. National perception I guess, and the fact that our kids have strong family ties all over the country...almost everyone in California comes from somewhere else in the country.
USC has a different appeal, not for everyone. What it does have is strong $$$ support from alumni/boosters, and we're not a puppet to the State of California, or even the alumni that support the program. Lots of perks to the coaching staff in addition to top salary if they merit it.
I disagree with everything that liberal c*ck sucker says
Of course the biggest downside is having to deal with people like you as fans.
Says the little kid who lives in that cultural wasteland known as Arizona.
Because where I live has so much to do with the fact that you are one of the worst posters on this site... not too mention having to deal with that same ignorant crap IRL would be 10x worse.
This is a really tough question. I think you have to take in a lot of factors and that's why I have Notre Dame as the best job in the country. I think Texas and USC are way up on the list as well. Alabama, Ohio St and others in there. You have to have a criteria first. Is LSU top 10? Maybe. Are they ahead of Oklahoma? In my book no due to history, but that's a whole different debate. Is FSU? Miami? Florida? I say Miami due to the recruiting ground in Maimi...it's number 1 and it's not even close for a tiny proximity.
My top 2 are Texas and Notre Dame. Bama is a GREAT job, but recruiting not as good as other states.
And Notre' Dame is on fertile recruiting grounds?
Danielle Hunter, Jamario Rasco, Anthony FREAK Johnson.. DL wrecking crew of 2013.
how is ND one??
But with a coach who can recruit, Bama can rake in #1 class after #1 class. It's all about the coach at any program. If it wasn't true, Larry Coker would still be at Miami. Recruiting is very overrated to an extent.
Saban could get #1 classes at just about any big time school.. Dude's a Wizard
STOP WITH THE APOSTROPHE!!!
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