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Has to be Ohio State.. What do ya'll think?
For this upcoming season, or are you talking all time? Either way, it isn't OSU.
I think for this upcoming season, it's Michigan.
This post was edited by Rabid 23 months ago
Florida. Not really all that close either.
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We're ranked ahead of you in football, and in everybody's basketball prediction polls we're ranked ahead in basketball too.
Michigan State IMO.
I hate to say it, but if MSU can sustain success then they have to be right near the top.
11 National Titles | 42 Conference Titles | 3 Heisman Winners | 78 All-Americans | 37 College Hall of Fame Members
UF has championships the last 10 yrs.
It changes annually, IMO.
UF one year....Texas another year
Danielle Hunter, Jamario Rasco, Anthony FREAK Johnson.. DL wrecking crew of 2013.
USC. Basketball isn't good, but our football is so much better than whatever scrub program who can lay claim to #2, it is enough to bring the overall average up to #1.
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Probably Florida. Texas is usually up there as a "dual threat" school. Its weird that there isn't more schools that are really good at both. As a homer, WVU is pretty good at both, but no national championships so not close to the best. Now if this were Football and Rifle Team, WVU runs away with it, IMO.
I agree if we are including the past, Florida is best. But I'm saying I think it is Michigan for just the upcoming football and basketball seasons.
First of all he's a Texas fan, secondly Florida is the only school in a while to win natty's in basketball and football. OSU and Michigan have done neither for a while.
A. Not a Florida fan
B. Florida has won two championships in both football and basketball in the past ten years. Michigan hasn't won shit in either in over a decade.
Lol, sorry I assumed you were a UF fan. And like I said earlier, I do agree Michigan is nowhere near the best if we are taking into account past seasons. I'm just saying I think UM has the best combo for just THESE upcoming football and basketball seasons.
Final 4 in 06... MNC in 07! Not many can make that claim... but we suck at basketball now.. It's a shame because our state produces elite basketball talent but we cannot keep them at home!
The school we beat for our Natty's in the same calendar year? Oh.
And we'll be favored to win another championship in basketball during the 2013 season.
List of schools that have won both the NCAA men's basketball tourney and a FBS football national championship:
* Only five schools have won both since 1960.
Edit: If you include baseball, the list shrinks to four (Michigan, Ohio State, California and Stanford). If you include both baseball and hockey, Michigan stands alone.
This post was edited by MrWoodson 23 months ago
If we're talking in the past 5-10 years, it's Florida without a doubt. If we're talking this upcoming season, there's three schools that have a good chance at being tops - OSU, MSU, and Michigan.
OSU is banned from post-season play.
And we're ranked ahead of MSU, so that means it's us.
Well yeah, but I think they could still have one of the best teams. We'll see how it goes.
Maybe also Wisky and FSU?
If they're nice to me.
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