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While you can argue about the teams at the top, there's one thing you can't argue in the class of 2013, and it's that the SEC is having a banner year on the recruiting trail.
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Some of those numbers are crazy. Like the fact that the average of ALL sec teams is as good as the top half of any other league.
Here's another crazy set of numbers I just saw posted on the Baylor site.
ESPN 150 commitments by conference
1. SEC: 48
2. Big Ten: 24
3. Pac-12: 18
4. ACC: 16
5. Independents: 9
6. Big 12: 9
7. Big East: 2
ESPN 300 commitments by conference
1. SEC: 94
2. Big Ten: 44
3. Pac-12: 40
4. ACC: 30
5. Big 12: 26
6. Independents: 12
7. Big East: 7
Are those times eastern or CT? Prevot at 10:20 am and Hall at 10:30 am....i need to know if that is CT or eastern so I can clear my calendar
Your logic is boggling my mind
Wowsers! So, Texas has a small class because they aren't young anymore right? They are seasoned with Juniors and Seniors taking up a good deal of the scholarships? Right?? Right.......
...who the heck seriously knows except God, and Sumlin. ~ Aggiemom6
It's too bad you didn't run this on the "ACC besting SEC" day. Would have been a great rebuttal.
So basically its the SEC vs a select group of teams from other conferences like FSU, Clemson, Texas, Oklahoma, Texas, USC and Oregon?
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