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Sounds like he will either fall into the 2021 or 2022 class depending on whether or not State can find 2 more DB transfers to finish the 2021 class.
They are. Which is why it doesn't really matter...if he qualifies and it makes sense for both he and the school, they can just offer him again.
Why do you care? Your degree from some other school "speaks for itself," and everyone in Mississippi is an inbred so that would include Ole Miss too.
Well obviously, we are going to find out on Wednesday, but I think LSU got into this one a little too late
Really like Ralph Webb. Not an easy thing to run into the teeth of an SEC defense when every person in the stadium knows that your getting the ball.
Quite frankly, there aren't as many elite OL out there anymore. So many of those guys switch to DL where the money is.
I would tend to agree since a few of them have some SEC playing experience. State obviously won't recruit at LSU and Bama levels, but Mullen does a pretty good job of recruiting for need.
Sorry meant to say LSU is #1. They for sure got that right.
LSU is Top Five, and anyone who has been around this conference for a while knows that. No tougher place to try and win than Baton Rouge on a Saturday night. The thing with WV is that for all their crazies, they don't sell out very often.
His family left New Orleans post-Katrina. Plenty of family ties to LSU.
I agree with you. I enjoy that both State and Ole Miss actually merit other schools complaining about them, and I think both coaches have added a real boost to the rivalry. But let's be honest - State is picking up 3* players primarily from Mississippi and trying to develop football players (plenty of OM posters on here have been happy to point that out) to build a competitive program. But it certainly appeared then (and really appears now) that OM took a much shorter route to get that done because the boosters didn't want to wait.
Maybe there are some other things that you should worry about right now?
Just hanging out waiting on that NCAA ruling to come down.
Exactly. Against a team very adept at running an offense that we never see. That seems to be forgotten every time the Orange Bowl loss is mentioned.
Golden is headed JUCO so we still need to fight you for Simmons.
I might be careful with that statement. Wouldn't surprise me to see Mullen/Cohen show an interest here.
Overcoming 100 years of bad-to-mediocre football and actually BUILDING a program takes more than 5 years or 10 years or 15 years. It's like our fanbase believes that everything is equal. It's not - we have no tradition of winning, we have one of the smallest enrollments in the SEC, one of the smallest athletic budgets in the SEC, one of the smallest alumni bases in the SEC, and one of the smallest academic endowments in the SEC.
Tennessee just needs to learn how to win...and that's players AND coaches. I think they turned that corner as the season went along.
Totally agree with 3rd to 5th. He needs to go somewhere that he has the opportunity to learn behind a veteran QB. Unfortunately, there seem to be so many average QB's in the NFL, he is more likely to be picked by a team where he could be pushed into playing before he is ready.
Probably something to that and likely also because A&M wants to expand their brand outside Texas. And that their players want to get out of state for their bowl trip.