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Doesn't say, that's why I mentioned the 2 programs from both schools. ND's school of business would be better than any old degree from Stanford but Stanford is just better across the board. Every school has a program or 2 that really standout as does 'bama, Forbes is probably just looking at cost of school/value of degree/ exclusivity/ private or public/etc. to get an 'overall ranking'.
Hookers don't count.
I dream of a day when chickens can cross the road without having their motives questioned.
Depends on my motivations and position.
If I just want to tap fine tail - Pac 12 (USC, Oregon, ASU)
WR, - tOSU, TT- tOSU has put some very good WR's in the league so tOSU
DE- tOSU, Purdue, LSU- See Above
RB- Wisky, Oklahoma, or Bama- tOSU has put some very good RB's but the numbers aren't there- toss up between the other two
QB- This one is tough because the schemes between college and pro are so different but here goes- Oklahoma, USC, and maybe Michigan (this is a historical reference, hasn't produced shat since Carr but will see when new staff gets rolling) Prolly USC for QB's in the league and tail
CB- tOSU, LSU, FSU- Leaning tOSU on this one but it has been thin last couple of years
Safety - UF, LSU, Miami- UF.... Nice tail here as well and not as much a Hurricane threat.
DL- Bama, LSU- to close to call
OL- Iowa, Wisky, Bama, (tOSU- made significant improvement this year with a different staff, ask me later)- Iowa
I'm a huge notre dame fan 16 years old and I wouldn't consider notre dame for a second. I'd go to USC or Florida. I live and south bend and the weather here is brutal can't deal with it any longer
#1 Vanderbilt or Stanford for the education
#2 for Pure Football and Chance at the NFL have to say Bama
#3 Elite Passing QB go to Pac 12 School where they like to pass the ball a lot.
We all saw what Notre Dame did to Jimmy Clausen.
South Carolina because of obvious homer reasons.
Hawaii might be fun too. Dominate, hang out in Hawaii for three years, and be a legend when you leave. Not a bad deal.
Have to go somewhere with education and great football. Location location location is also a big thing.
Michigan- Ann Arbor is a great college town and football is huge and school is great.
Wisconsin- Same thing
Stanford- I don't know about Palo Alto as a town but great academics and they're gonna be solid for a while
Notre Dame- Great football program and school but I've been told even by fans that South Bend kinda sucks
USC- Women, football, academics, and probably a lot more.
Texas- maybe not right now since Mack seems to be getting towards the end, but once they hire a new coach.
Ohio St for obvious reasons,
But if I had to choose somewhere else... UF, small college town, good atmosphere. Always a good program. (I've never been to Bama but I'd take a visit there too)
QB- Psu- BOB turned the second worst qb I'm the B1G (worst qb was the guy Mcgloin was splitting time with) into the best passer in the B1G
RB-Bama-Ingram and Richardson were both 1st round pix
Wr-USC- PAC defenses blow and USC has a pass heavy offense.
TE- PSU- BOB's offense is TE oriented
LB-LBU-nobody has more influential lb'ers in the league than PSU
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Leaving BAMA out I would choose from FSU ,Miami ,USC and tOSU. I'd most likely end up at FSU but spend most my time at FAMU..
Without self-knowledge there is no individuality
I guess they teach you how to use CAPS at ND though... Wow. You are the inbred idiot. So much hate in this one.
Did you get passed over by a Bama grad at your job or something?
What a loser
Leaving Bama out...
USC - always thought it'd be cool to go to school in LA. Been there many times for work and think it would be cool.
Legacy, heismans, winning also help out. Oh yea and USC chicks in sweaters.
I believe he's been teabagged.
USC because Lane would be offering me tons of illegal gifts
I'd love to be a white corner and make it to the NFL from Miami. Plus it is my #2 school that I'm applying to next to UMD.
Not including my school, Stanford for FBS. Would also consider Northwestern, Duke, Vanderbilt, and Wake Forest.
Went to USC and loved it.
Bama more players in the leauge?? Haha might wanna look that up USC is 1st with 45 miami 2nd with 42.
Bama isn't even the top team in the SEC they aren't even in the top three in players in the NFL in the SEC. It goes LSU, UGA, UF, and then Bama
Edit: Just checked the numbers again and Bama and UF are tied for third with 31 in the NFL.
This post was edited by SpurrierOwnsUGA 15 months ago
What? Stanford's national network is awesome, and their recognition is much better than Notre Dame outside that network. You also have just as good of a chance to make it to the NFL at Stanford.
tOSU- grew up in Columbus. Homer pick
Florida State- hot weather, good football, hot women
Georgia- Respect for Mark Richt
Oregon- As long as Chip Kelly were there.
Notre Dame- Close to home, good chance of being drafted, and the team doesn't have to be that good to get into a good bowl.
I am a Buckeye...proof there is a God in Heaven who loves me.
I didn't know we were predicting the future? If that's the case UGA will have won 3 MNC in a row by the time 2020 comes around.
Oregon for the sweet Nike gear
The actual only wrong answer to the question.
Now your just talking pure fiction
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