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The Ole Miss talk is legit. If the Rebels close with Nkemdiche, Tunsil, Conner, Jones, Golson, Wilkins- even if they lose a couple- they are in contention for the top class in the country.
The Rebels are No. 12 right now.
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For him to be all Georgia for so long, what do you think has changed it?
Bro this is Ole Mi$$,
they have more weight than Bama and can pick and chose who ever they want
Meh...I don't wanna say they are paying players. Maybe Freeze and his staff are just working hard.
Ole miss will still be Ole Miss. The SEC still wins.
Right this makes perfect sense. I mean ole miss has been recruiting him forever, like a whole two weeks. SMFH at how they are recruiting like this.
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"Nobody makes me bleed my own blood, nobody!"
How much did Ole miss offer Jones and Tunsil?
All coaches work hard... I am 100% confident other coaches work harder.
INB4 a D2 school with "hard working" coaches gets a ton of top D1 coaches
Sorry you're wrong here. It might be something but it sure as fk ain't this.
Well even IF you are right, there is no proof.
People said Auburn cheated but no one could ever prove it. Not going to rehash it though
Dude everyone who goes to visit ole miss says they have waaaaay more condements on their salad bar than at other places.
Great salesmanship .
Maybe they enjoy all of the super hot girls
Ole Miss is is my 2nd favorite team. My sister went there, my ex went there, the girl I'm seeing now went there. But this is getting very shady. It's either the greatest recruiting job I've ever seen by far, or something is up. I just wonder, if he is cheating, why is he s greedy? Would he really think bringing this much attention to the situation by landing this many top guys would be a good idea? I don't know,maybe he feels he's pot committed at this point and feels he has nothing to lose.
"Because Bama now sucks just like FSU used to suck when we were getting dominated by OU. Does it make sense now?"- Sliger (FSU Fan)
How in the hell are they doing this? Seriously.
The NCAA has been shown to be toothless. Why would any team worry? It's hit and miss and a good investment.
They see an opportunity this year and are selling out
It probably isn't the coach. It's the boosters on the side. The kids are probably telling each other that they get good stuff when they visit Ole Miss and that brings better recruits to actually go visit them and get all kinds of shiz.
Maybe its has something to do with the fact that every time you see Freeze on camera during a game, he is thinking about future calls or congratulating players rather than spewing four letter words at them. Maybe it is because he relates extremely well with 18 to 22 year old athletes. Maybe it is because Freeze and staff value players and try to always put players in a position to succeed as an indivual and as a team.
This is like Clemson's 2011 class, but on deer antler spray.
HAHA. New Ole Miss motto
Ole Miss: Excelling Everywhere, Except on the Scoreboard
or Ole Miss: Leading the Nation in Moral Victories
Nice spin, but don't bother. There isn't anyway this kind of success can be rationalized using legal recruiting tactics.
A recruit tweets a picture of money, Tunsil has been down to UGA and Bama for a year, and doesn't even know Freeze and goes for a visit? And comes back with a new favorite? 2 kids from up north (who are overrated) come to OleMiss where a winning season is special? Step back and look at it...6 5* recruits going to Ole Miss? Your class is on par with Vanderbilt every year, then you get this? This is not hard to figure out...
It's pretty obvious they're paying players
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