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McFadden should've won the heisman over Troy Smith
One of the schools is definitely Mississippi State. Another Adidas school that has recently begun pulling in high level basketball recruits (hasn't paid off though)
Looks like Tennessee can't get it right in football OR basketball. This pleases me
ITS ABOUT TIME! They say time heals old wounds, well there are some from the old days that refuse to let those wounds heal. The "old heads" as we call them are still very bitter about the way things ended with Nolan and to this day hold a grudge. Its been said that they wont name the court after Nolan until he passes just to spite him. Many people don't believe in karma, but its a fact that our program has experienced very little success since he left. Its time to do the right thing and give Nolan this honor.
I'll take a 10/11 seed. Im tired of being a 9 seed and getting knocked out by a 1 seed in the 2nd round EVERY YEAR
Going from a SEC head coach to a B1G position coach within a year?! Goodness gracious!
Walrus, I see where this is going. You don't like the new staff. I can understand being skeptical, but the guy hasn't even coached a game yet. Why not be positive until he gives you a real reason to do otherwise? Were you a bielema guy? I was once upon a time, but he isn't our coach anymore. In your attempt to disprove my "handing scholarships out like candy" theory you actually added to my argument. You cant give out 10 scholarships to walkons and expect it to not affect the numbers. As I said before, he had more coming in than he did going out. That's going to catch up with you eventually.
Low attrition is very bad when you hand out scholarships like candy (especially to walk ons). Having more coming in than going out is never good business. Perhaps bielemas commits were more highly regarded, but how many commits did other schools have at the time? We were always going to have a class of about 15 no matter who the coach was. Look at the slass composite rankings. It takes an average of the actual kids committed and doesn't factor in how many players under 25 you are. Composite has Arkansas in the top 25.
It's mainly because of low attrition rates. Bielema was handing scholarships out like candy and didn't send off kids that weren't contributing. Encourage them to go to a smaller school where they actually get to play
The reason Arkansas class is ranked so low is because of low attrition under bielema. We were only able to sign 15 kids
She has nothing on Alex Collins' mom. When he tried to sign with Arkansas, she ran away with his letter of intent.
Don't forget about former razorback Jason Peters. He couldn't play due to injury but he will be getting a ring as well
It's a shame former razorback Jason Peters is injured. He's an absolute monster for the hogs
Trey Flowers from Arkansas. He single handedly changed the momentum in the superbowl last year when he caused Matt Ryan to fumble
He said a while back that he couldn't afford school without a scholarship
Its not that he didn't want to abide by NCAA rules, He depended on the income from youtube to take care of his mother. His options were continue to play the sport he loves or take care of the person who gave him life.
The only mascot that needs to be changed is the Washington redskin, for obvious reasons.
The Browns better pass on Allen like they did with Bo Callahan
Is that SDS way of saying Arkansas will lose to North Texas?! COME ON MAN
I know he's out with a major injury, but Eagles LT Jason Peters is also a former Arkansas player
How did deatrich wise not make the list? He and trey flowers have be like thunder and lightning for the patriots
Arkansas wasn't rushing the passser at all last season, it was a qb contain. They definitely could've gotten more sacks if that was their goal, but it wasnt
Auburn fans I just want you to know, this mess is 100% your teams fault lol
What did the original poster say that wasn't true? Herbie is just another butthurt B1G guy