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In your conference?
Combining football, Basketball and Baseball?
-Florida (good in all 3 most of the time)
-Tennessee (good FB history, good basketball history)
- LSU (FB is up there, Baseball has best baseball history in the SEC, Basketball has some good years too)
- Alabama (Football is obvious, 2nd in the SEC with 6 basketball NCAA champs, baseball sucks)
- UGA (solid in football in their history, decent in baseball and a solid basketball history)
I wasn't sure who to put 5th, a few teams could go there. I wasn't going to add Bama but their football history is so impressive and I didn't know they had 6 NCAA b-ball titles.
Anyways, what say you?
EDIT: might have to replace Bama.. They don't have any basketball titles so my info is wrong..
This post was edited by Lesticals 17 months ago
Danielle Hunter, Jamario Rasco, Anthony FREAK Johnson.. DL wrecking crew of 2013.
Miami has a very solid football and baseball history. Basketball is playing great this year.
Not sure if any other team qualifies.
B1G: Michigan, OSU, PSU, Nebraska, MSU. If we were including hockey I'd throw Minnesota into the discussion.
I'd probably pick a different sport from baseball for the B1G. Even though Michigan isn't bad, the conference clearly doesn't emphasize it. Or just go with football/basketball and nothing else.
Yeah, I would focus on football/basketball/hockey, if anything. Nebraska brings a bit in the way of baseball, but the B1G really doesn't emphasize baseball much at all.
Wrestling maybe - hockey automatically excludes 6 schools and PSU just started this year, so it's only 5 schools with history vs. wrestling which is pretty big conference wide.
This post was edited by xxmgobluexx 17 months ago
Beat me to it. Lol
The pigs have around 40 championships
Haha. Iowa would enter the conversation if wrestling is included - easily the best program in recent history and it's not even close (20+ national championships since 1975).
FSU - good football and baseball. recently good basketball except this year
Miami - meh football recently but traditionally good. good baseball. usually meh basketball but really good this year
UNC - solid but not great football. great basketball, decent baseball
thats all i can do for our conference
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For real? Damn Wiki.
Well I don't know if Band should be on this list then.. I wouldn't put Kentucky bc of just basketball.
Big Ten base ball = MAC Football
Bama baseball has sucked for a few years but our history doesn't suck (leads SEC in all-time wins, 2nd in SEC championships, most players made it to MLB, etc)
Yup, used to be good. Was a good stretch of winning the SEC tourney as well
Les-my soph year we beat ole LSU to go to Omaha...
Will say first time I meet Skip I was a little awe struck just cause he was the man at that time in college baseball
This post was edited by Bama Boz 17 months ago
who gives a damn about college baseball? I couldnt name one college baseball player.
Agreed. Only football really matters.
....and basketball to a lesser extent.
You see that sign that says 'Rib Tips'??
I think women's basketball matters more than baseball.
Skip was the main speaker at the Tennessee coaching clinic this year in Franklin. Got to listen to him talk baseball for a total of 3 hours over two days. He knows the game inside and out. His knowledge on how to coach up, and get the most out his players blew me away. Truly a great man!
Oregon has had recent success in all sports.
2012-'13 Football- #2 in nation
2013 Basketball- cracked top 10 with star freshmen PG Dominic Artis. After he was injured we've dropped to #24. Fortunately he comes back tomorrow.
2012 baseball- finished top 5-10 in nation.
Current UO baseball- #6 in nation
2012 Track & Field- top 5-10 in nation
I don't know enough about the other pac schools
This post was edited by KeepOnDucking 17 months ago
Well USC has the most nattys in baseball and ucla in basketball. Of course we have USC FB. That leaves Arizona with prolly quite a few basketball conf titles. Maybe Washington for football or az state for baseball
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Doesn't SC have good T&F? Stanford has good baseball I think. I might be wrong, but I'm pretty sure they are decent
I don't think we are supposed to discuss track and field ITT. I forgot about Stanford. Maybe a few baseball nattys and conf titles
I forgot that AZ has a few nattys in baseball too, so prolly a few conf titles too. AZ prolly comes in third in the PAC but they are hurt because they only joined the conf in the 70s
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