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just to see who we offer? Read BP's update that tu has now offered OL Joseph Paul from New Orleans and may offer CB Jermaine Roberts from New Orleans - both have an A&M offer.
The coaches at New Orleans St. Augustine tell me that OL [b]Joseph Paul[/b] (6-4/335) has offers from Florida State, Texas and Texas AM. Th
It's been this way for a few years
Win we shall, yes we can, yes we will.
Texas has always been a school that shows up to high school and asks who other schools are interested in.
They probably saw us humiliate the team that beat them by 40 and figured it might work for them.
Best part is, when he lands someone that Sumlin offered it will be advertised as a win, when really cobra let him have the kid a la Hampton
Your logic is boggling my mind
They've probably offered more kids than us so far for 2014.
Those kids are only pre approved for an offer. They only offer unless they commit so technically they only have as many offers as commits.
I wouldn't care, but here's the only reason rankings matter: They determine preseason rankings.
Why do preseason rankings matter? Because when it comes down to championships, the preseason ranking almost always either forces you in or keeps you out.
KSU, Alabama, and Oregon all lose a game. Who goes to the championship? The one with the higher preseason ranking. One loss OSU or one loss Bama? Undefeated TCU or undefeated Oregon? Here's a great one: 2008. One loss Florida gets into the title over one loss Alabama.
Once it's all said and done, if we have a lower preseason ranking and someone else goes undefeated, we won't be in the title. And those preseason ranks are heavily geared toward recruiting classes.
“Honestly [tu's offer] doesn’t really matter though because I won’t go there. I won’t even visit." “I want to play big time ball in the SEC"
No they're not. At all.
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