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How many national championships does the university of Georgia have? I wouldn't trade statistics with you...
Well you can trade what ever you want, I'm stating facts, he's making predictions.
Assuming Im an offensive lineman like HS, I would be down to Nebraska and Stanford.
I honestly think I would choose Stanford, great weather, great campus. They have put alot of OL in the NFL the last few years. Plus the education doesn't get much better for major college football, so if the NFL doesn't work out I am going to have a great job.
It'd be a tough choice to not go to the school Im an enormous fan of, but I just don't think they are the best opportunity, especially with that moron Barney Cotton coaching OL.
Should have seen his thread that said recruits don't matter
Whoever gave me the most money like Cam Newton..
Not even close.
HOFers? No, Alabama is tied with Syracuse.
Hall of Famers by College
Southern California (11)
Notre Dame (10)
Ohio State (8)
"Here are provided seats of meditative joy, where shall rise again the destined reign of Troy." Virgil
Go to Boise State then lol
PositivePete- Dasshatriggeman is a bama plant on this site. His dugie houser underling always up votes him.
Check the link of most NFL draft picks...
Colleges With Most Draft Picks
Notre Dame 471
Ohio State 404
Penn State 329
Miami (FL) 313
Michigan State 295
Louisiana State 293
You have a long way to catch up to USC or Notre Dame...because as many as you send, we'll send some to keep the total moving.
As a conference, the BIG-10 rules over everyone else..and it ain't even close.
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Gotta go with Stanford....best degree, good football, and girls.....
Michigan and UNC are up there for me also....I heard Chapel Hill is a great spot
I'd throw in a film of green bay vs. Minnesota in 15 degrees and say , "son you have to prove you can play in any type of weather."
Then I'd throw in a picture of ski resorts with snow bunnies and say it ain't always about toothless hairy backed race car lovin sweaty people.
The two statistics compliment each other...most players sent to the NFL, most players in the HOF = historically successful program that develops players for the next level.
We are talking about right now, not over the last 50 years
They're all really good at living in the past.
Notre Dame, Stanford, and possibly Northwestern would be at the top of the list. 1.7% of college players play professionally. Go to the best academic school you can that still give you a decent chance at making the pros.
Scored 4 touchdowns...in a single game. Polk High!
OSU but if not there......it would be all
This is a good answer. Unless you're a freak athlete that's almost a lock for the NFL, why pass up a Stanford education? Not to mention they've got a pretty good football program right now.
Hahahahaha!!! You have no clue. oh btw your caps lock must be sticking (if you know what that is ...yankee)
Wake up its 2013
I second this 100000000% defiantly where id be if i wouldnt choose Nebraska
Who, exactly, are you defying?
Only problem is at 2 am campus is a ghost town...was even worse when bars closed at 1
I'd go to DeVry over Notre Dame...and I had the grades to go any school of my choosing....
Of course you did.
My OV's would be: UGA, Florida, Alabama, FSU and WVU
I'd probably end up at WVU because it's where my family just goes to school. Tradition, legacy type of deal.
This post was edited by ChipperWestB 15 months ago
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