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 on: Today at 03:56:37 am 
Started by The Pocahontas Porker - Last post by prattville pig
where do people come up with this crap??

 on: Today at 03:34:36 am 
Started by k.c.hawg - Last post by Ham Sandwich
Just out of curiosity, why does everyone think this is such a great class?  I think it's a really solid class, and it looks like coach Anderson has things going in the right direction, but I don't see this as a program changing recruiting class like some do.

Well, bc it finished in the top 10 first of all. Second, it fits every need we have and all of them are guys that can play early. None of them are project type of players. They will also likely be here for 4 years. Which will keep us in the NCAA's on a consistent basis which we have been clamoring for, for a long time.

 on: Today at 03:32:22 am 
Started by k.c.hawg - Last post by Ham Sandwich
It's not a top 10 class. But it is a good class. People discount that these guys already have chemistry because they have played together.

Yes, it is a top 10 class.

 on: Today at 03:02:15 am 
Started by gdumont - Last post by cosmodrum
That may break the contract - he must be actively seeking new employment.

I would tank every interview.

 on: Today at 02:48:00 am 
Started by ocsm158 - Last post by Poppa Tart
Yeah. We don't need him to be THIS good THIS early. I would like to get two years from him at least.
This. Granted, it's way too early to say for sure, but I can't help but think he's a possible one and done. He's a special talent.

 on: Today at 02:46:15 am 
Started by Rock City Razorback - Last post by BILLYBOB
Agreed . . . just the cost of doing business this way in this "fast-food-society" we live in.  Meaning "we want it all and we want it now" society.  Exceptions to the rule are few and far between with respect to a fan-base.  That's why I think the VaTech/Beamer example is so incredible, downright uncomprehenable in this day and age.  "Patient," as a descriptor, doesn't begin to give that fan-base enough credit.  May have just been a straight-forward/long-term financial decision on the part of the school/athletic department . . . fan-base be d@#ned.

The mistake you’re making is pushing the principles of patience, loyalty, and longevity...those are all wonderful and holy things. But you’re ignoring the principles of competency and excellence.  After 5 years, by any objective measure, CBB is failing. He’s a good man and it would be great if he were our coach for 25 years...but he is simply not competent and he not delivering excellence. Nothing wrong with Hog fans. Things are happening as they should. If we find a frank beemer or a Tom Osborne or a nick Saban, we’ll keep them forever.

 on: Today at 02:38:18 am 
Started by Kevin - Last post by EastArkHog 47
Bo is just like Mallard from Stuttgart who he probably pays to call in, both quack a lot but say very little.

 on: Today at 02:35:16 am 
Started by Hugo Bezdek - Last post by cosmodrum
Any established, proven coach isn't coming here because they have a good job. We need to take a shot on an "up and comer." We have to catch lightening in a bottle. I want Norvell, but o have no idea if he will succeed here. I would like to give him a shot, though.

 on: Today at 02:32:15 am 
Started by Skandar Jackson - Last post by EastArkHog 47
Wind and rain and the Dogs feel the Pain, Hogs by three.

 on: Today at 02:30:23 am 
Started by k.c.hawg - Last post by Kevin McPherson
Scotty has been a plus, no doubt. But Barford, Macon, Gafford, and Hall were all on board before Scotty was promoted. Heck, 2019 commit Justice Hill was already committed. The staff as a whole has done an excellent job working together, all play a part with each recruit, but recruiting was already on the up-swing when Scotty was promoted.

Being the lead guy for Reggie Chaney and Jordan Phillips is a significant feather in Scotty's cap, but Melvin Watkins has been the lead recruiter for most of the in-state guys, and TJ Cleveland brought in the likes of Barford, Keyshawn Embery, CJ Jones, and Jalen Harris.

In the end, Mike Anderson makes the offers and is the closer. He's not gotten nearly enough credit from fans for the job he's done as a recruiter.

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