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And what's the excuse for the other one?
We have a higher average rating of our recruits and everyone knows we weren't going to have a great recruiting year, but 2014 is going to be pretty good. Plus we have Hack and Breneman who are both going to be studs, you don't have a recruit like either of them.
He's a 2 star recruit from Lynchburg Virginia, probably just let him go.
3 star on here, don't sell him short.
The fact is PSU is way more attractive even with the sanctions than UMD for recruits. Every recruit that showed up at the OSU game was in awe.
Low 3 star is interchangeable with two star. Fact is, he's from Virginia and didn't even get an offer from VT or UVA. Congrats on celebrating on getting these recruits, I know you strive for them at your university.
Yeah, that's probably it (he's a 3 star, BTW). Edsal probably called BOB up and asked for a favor.
You guys are the best.
I'd rather have Deon Long than Breneman
Maybe in your offense, but not PSUs.
AMQBHG (Angry Maryland Quarterback Hating God) is a close relative to the AIRBHG (Angry Iowa Runningback Hating God)
Any relation to the AMSUOLHG?
I remember when my team lost to Temple at home by 31. Oh wait, I do not.
Deon Long was a freshman All-American at UNM and this year at Iowa Western CC has 7 catches 1,361 yards and 21 TD's. He's produced at the college level and is playing record shattering football against the best CC talent in the country.
I'm pretty sure 95% of the teams in the top 25 BCS standings, plus PSU, would take him over Breneman.
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