Pac-12 Recruiting Wrap-Up: South

The lifeblood of college football revolves around middle-aged men convincing 17 year-old kids to join their team; we just happen to call it recruitment. The biggest recruiting holiday of the year, National Signing Day, just occurred on Wednesday. Nearly every player in the Top 100 signs their letters of intent (essentially, their pledges) on this day and people can understand how the recruiting classes will look.

Let’s take a look at the Pac-12 South in inverse rankings (according to 247.com composite rankings).

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Don’t Let This Clemson Championship Distract You From the Fact That Alabama is Probably Going to Win Next Year

When I saw Mike Williams catch that incredible ball on the same play Alabama got a fifteen yard penalty, I stood up out of my seat. When I saw Jordan Leggett make that incredible one handed catch, I bit down … Continue reading Don’t Let This Clemson Championship Distract You From the Fact That Alabama is Probably Going to Win Next Year

Yes, This Happened: 2006 Michigan State v. Northwestern

I have been coming across a lot of older games that seem completely outlandish nowadays. Now, it would be easy to cherry pick games from the 50s and say things like “Can you believe the University of Chicago has more Big 10 championships than Indiana and Penn State combined”. My goal is to do these in a recent enough time where you sit back, scratch your head, and wonder how you might have forgotten this event. The Lead Up First, we need to shift our frame of reference. In 2006, Sparty was not quite what they are now. This was … Continue reading Yes, This Happened: 2006 Michigan State v. Northwestern