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and you had an offer from every major program, who would your top five schools be and why?
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by Steve Lorenz 14 months ago
Bama, Stanford, Texas, Florida, Ohio St
I would go with Bama and Ohio St for the chance to play for a championship
I like Stanford for the education and Texas/Florida for the weather
This post was edited by thaJuice0012 14 months ago
5. PSU or Cal
All a good mix of education and football and campus life.
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by MrWoodson 14 months ago
Michigan- of course.
Stanford - A degree from Stanford is gold. They only admit around 1500 kids per year and it ranks as one of the top universities in the world. Also, it's in a gorgeous part of the country.
UCLA - I don't think the campus is all that great, but it's in the best location possible. Excellent academics, and they play their home games at The Rose Bowl.
Notre Dame - tradition. Great school.
No idea who would be my fifth. I'm not familiar with SEC schools and their locations, which is a huge consideration for me. I've been to Duke and UNC, and they're both very nice so I would probably consider them. Harvard would be a choice just because of the education.
1. Michigan - it's Michigan, fergodsakes.
2. Stanford - best academic school in the nation where you can still play decent football.
3. USC - oh, the women.
4. Bama - Best chance at a national championship (at least now).
5. Ole Miss - What? I wanna get PAID.
1. Alabama - It is clearly the best program in the country right now.
2. Notre Dame - The prestige is still there.
3. Michigan - Big time program, on the rise, with huge TV audience. Top academics.
4. Ohio State - Big time program, with huge TV audience.
5. Stanford - Rising football power, and an elite academic institution.
I like you list except I'd probably slide Georgia in over Ol Miss as those Georgia girls really knock me out.
1. Michigan - obvious.
2. Stanford - The Michigan of the West.
3. Texas - Austin is an awesome city, UT football is king, weather, women.
4. Florida - The least stereotypical-southern of the SEC powerhouses; weather, women big plus as well.
5. Penn State - Always kinda liked them growing up, but post scandal not so much. Just wanted to put them down because of what they used to be.
Ohio St does not make my list for obvious reasons. Neither does ND; living in northern Indiana for a few years, there is absolutely no appeal to ND for me. It's pretty much in the middle of nowhere and is not a fun college town.
1. Michigan - Wouldn't be right otherwise
2. Texas - Arguably the most total package of any program in the country
3. Stanford - Education, yes, but also in an amazing location as well.
4. UCLA - Better campus than USC, relatively equal education
5. Florida - Reasons stated above; the Swamp is an awesome stadium as well
Notre Dame and Alabama just miss the cut.
This post was edited by Steve Lorenz 14 months ago
--Stanford - education, I like what they're doing, pro-style game.
--Penn State - because I'm a fan.
--Alabama - wins.
--San Diego State - I don't travel much, but I've been to San Diego twice and I love it. Beautiful city. I also root for underdogs and hate conformity. I'd enjoy doing something different simply because.
--Northwestern - always rooted for them outside of playing Penn State. Like Pat Fitzgerald, his energy and what he's doing there.
Michigan - we all know why (leaders and the best)
FSU - weather and girls
Ole Miss - cause I'd be rich before I graduated
Texas Tech - cause I was a QB in highschool
Mount Union Purple Raiders - I'm guaranteed to have a Natty in my pocket for the most part
This post was edited by Moon 14 months ago
"Those Who Stay...Will be Champions"
1. Michigan of course
2. Georgia = women
3. Alabama = women and winning
4. Stanford = academics
5. UCLA = catch a wave
If not for football I would pick
Ohio University = I go here, #1 party school in the country. best 5 to 6 years of your life
Whales Vagina = San Diego = amazing city
In that order.
1. Michigan - Just the tradition and I'm a huge fan
2. LSU- Would love to play in Death Valley, also Miles would be an awesome coach to play for.
3. USC - Unreal girls, when they are good it's like it's a pro team in LA.
4. Bama - Always competing for a NC, Saban one of the best coaches ever.
5. Stanford - Awesome combo of athletics and academics, beautiful campus.
3. USC (If Kiffin wasn't there)
Can't think of anyone else I can tolerate enough to want to play there.
This post was edited by Dizzo 14 months ago
Michigan, for obvious reasons.
UGA, Texas, Vanderbilt for Athens, Austin, and Nashville respectively.
Stanford, for great football and academics.
Texas---weather, girls and winning
Florida State---weather, girls, always liked the school
UCLA---education, weather and girls
Any SEC school I could get paid at
Btw, I'm surprised at people putting ND and Ohio St in their picks. I couldn't bring used to play for either and I'd have to throw the game against the Wolverines lol
I would love to troll the crap out of other schools.
The only problem is that I'd also love to be a recruiter and help build a class myself, but it'd be really, really, really funny to mess with our rivals.
Miami=Boats and Hoes
USC=Condos and Hoes
Bama=Championships and Hoes
Ole Miss=$$$ and Hoes
I'd talk it all out with Brady Hoke so he knows what I'm doing, but then I'd take OVs to USCw, Alabama, Florida, and Texas for the girls and scenery. My final OV would be to Ohio State, where I'd commit. Urbs would stop recruiting other people and then I'd sign with Michigan on NSD.
I love the commit and signing day flip.
Tweet positive tOSU stuff, fluff them up when writers ask for interviews (keeping in touch with Hoke the entire time)... Have everyone convinced that you are locked with no chance of flipping and then let Hoke tell ESPN about the flip on one of his interviews that morning.
1. Michigan-why not?
2. FSU- Location, girls, it should be easy to win a NC playing in the ACC
3. Texas- Girls, Girls, and more girls
4. Wisconsin- Madison is freaking insane
5. Bama- To make it to the league
Vandy is a good one that I overlooked.
2. 7th floor crew
1.Michigan if not #1 I wouldn't be here
2. FSU the women
3. UCLA the women
4. USC the women
5. Highest bidder in the SEC
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