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Honestly no idea where that notion is coming from. Very few PSU fans think he's not entertaining the NFL thing and will be in the NFL in the next 5ish years if he keeps being at least somewhat successful under the sanctions. I think most think he stays this year, but it becomes more and more likely he leaves with each passing year. Apparently Buckeye fans think we're all confident he stays for the next decade, but I'm not sure anyone believes that, even the crazy homers.
A few things...
1) 2006 happened because Greg lucked into a couple of players. Most notable was Ray Rice who was committed to Cuse until their coach was fired.
2) The combined record of the opponents that they faced in their bowls was 41-36. Two of the teams ended the year with losing records.
3) Since 2005 (Schiano's first winning season), RU's SOS according to Sagarin was (in order): 80, 58, 65, 73, 83, 67, 69 (note that there have only been 65ish teams in BCS conferences).
Sorry, but taking a team from terrible to mediocre is not impressive.
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