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where would you want him to attend college and why? Michigan is out of the question on this one. Saw this on another page and thought it was an interesting question.
Stanford no doubt. Or USC as long as Kiffin isn't there. Both have great academics and great football.
Florida...no doubt. Good in about every sport (men and women), very high academic rating, beautiful campus, beautiful girls, and every time I visit my child it would be like taking a mini vacation
"Those Who Stay...Will be Champions"
Stanford for football
Duke for basketball
Heard Gainesville is in the middle of no where
My choice would be UCLA. Great location, outstanding academics, great coaching staff, and they are winning now.
For pure football factory, Texas, Alabama, USCw. In the end, the school he loved the most.
I am no fun on this topic because I WOULD LET HIM MAKE HIS DECISION !!! that is a jab at all you rapper looking for a contract dads,Moms looking for a house,brothers living through your siblings out there.
Since its just for fun tho i would ask him to check out Michigan State..then flip to Oregon on signing day so i can get some free Nike gear.
Just to go for an education
My kid couldn't go though ... lmao
This post was edited by IMWOLVERINE1712 20 months ago
For what position? If he's a dual-threat QB, for example, that's going to influence my decision.
Basketball? Kentucky/NC State/Michigan State are automatically out and.Dook close to it. UNC would be my hope, with several others having my endorsement (Georgetown, for example).
Football, Michigan State is automatically out. tOSU is the yuck. I'd be cool with Stanford, Florida, maybe Alabama depending on how interaction with coaching staff goes.
Position matters a LOT.
Generically, I agree with the above...Stanford for football, Duke for basketball.
Very high academics, fun city to live in, and USC puts a lot of kids into the NFL.
Stanford, Florida, and dare I say ND would be good choices as well.
Basketball-UNC, Indiana, or Duke.
Football-USCw, FSU, or Cal (with brand new coaching staff)
With no outside considerations beyond football and academics (e.g. depth chart, style of play, proximity to home, etc), Stanford would be the clear choice.
I'd probably have a top 10 like
I don't think I'd let my son play football though, I'll be pushing my kids (assuming I have them) into whichever they like of baseball, basketball, soccer, or one of the individual sports.
While sport and position would obviously factor in, I'd be more likely to let him make his own decision. However, it'd probably end up being Stanford, since his grandpa went there.
Show Daddy the MONEY!!!!!!!
Not OSU, MSU, ND or USC.
Otherwise, full support for any school he would choose to attend.
"Isn't it amazing what somebody will do when he can't bunt." - Vin Scully
If Mr. Newton can get $180K and Cam doesn't get in trouble i'm in.
Let's start the bidding at $250K...
This post was edited by UMPat 20 months ago
Stanford, Cal, UCLA, or USC. Maybe NC or Vandy if he wanted to head south.
Stanford, then UCLA, then Harvard. At least he'd get the best education if football didn't turn into his profession.
There are a lot of variables that go into this. What his position is, what he wants to study, and the stability of the coaching staff at the program.
That said, I'd probably tell him to heavily consider Stanford, Michigan, Notre Dame, and Vanderbilt for football.
If it was for basketball, Most likely Duke and UNC.
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