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GTFO with Arky being a better job than Nebraska.
Yep. Coaches can win, but some jobs are just creme of the crop. Texas, UF, USC, Notre Dame, Alabama, Michigan, and Ohio St are THE best jobs in the biz.
There are VERY few reasons why, with a good coach, these teams shouldnt consistently win (infractions, injuries, etc).
Oregon..in the in between
Second Tier - FSU,,, LSU, Tennessee, Auburn, Oklahoma, Penn State, Nebraska, Clemson, TAMU, UCLa
I'd say it's still definitely a top 15 job. You can easily say Nebraska has one of the best overall fan bases out there which definitely helps in the sell of the program.
Arkansas has the benefit of being in the SEC but that's about it. I don't see that even being a top 20 job.
Spot on Dees, says this observer
Standing on a hill in my mountain of dreams,
Telling myself it's not as hard as it seems - Led Zeppelin
Now you're going full retard.
BornToBeRed said: WPS, just a head's up. We might be the most family-friendly board on the network, so take it easy on your normal wps-ness.
Arkansas doesn't want Pelini or however you spell his name.
You might have been the first in this thread to get it right.
Nebraska still is a great job and I don't mean this in a slight at all, but I just think it is too hard to recruit there to be with the big boys. Arkansas is not the job Nebraska is, but it can be easier to recruit there because of location.
Things may change with Nebraska in the B1G, but I am one that thinks that was the big mistake as far as changing conferences went. It seemed great at the time, but if Nebraska could have stayed in the Big12 and the conference still could have lost Colorado, aTm, and Missouri, that would be ideal.
Nebraska's biggest beed was that they had gotten left out of the Big12 for the most part. Being able to play every team and have a bigger platform in texas by playing Texas, OU, TT, Baylor, and maybe now even TCU (assuming WVU wouldn't have been added) would have been the ideal situation for them, IMO.
They were the big program that had to give up a lot when the Big12 formed while Texas and OU got even stronger.
This post was edited by BetterOff 17 months ago
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