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JT has had 13 different jobs in the last 25 years. He wasn't getting screwed by anyone. He's a perpetual job hopper mediocre college coach.
Can't help but feel we're getting hosed here, somehow. What happens when the SEC adds two more teams next year and Missouri then is placed into the West where it rightfully belongs? We suddenly get paired up with Florida or Georgia every year?
JT was probably the best defensive coordinator to stroll a Razorback sideline since the Holtz (Kiffin senior) era. If it hadn't been for a mistake-happy Orlando Green (I think that was his name, #21 who was always beat by 10-yards), he would have probably helped Hooties hapless play-calling to a BCS-game in the 98 season.
http://outkickthecoverage.com/ranking-the-2008-sec-recruiting-classes-four-years-later.phpI guess this means we can play football now. Mod, feel free to move this to crapola.Each year, a heavy emphasis is placed on recruiting rankings in college football. Rightfully so. Recruiting has evolved into a big business in its own right, and the money-making machine that major collegiate athletics has become is fed by talent. Without it, you're left out of the financial puzzle. Access to it provides you a chance to win, and to win big. Why else would a program like Texas A&M, that's gone 26-25 over the last four seasons, be invited to the SEC?Easy answer: access to a fertile recruiting base and a strong desire for cash from monetizing the SEC brand in the state of Texas.Despite the high priority placed on scouting and signing talent, college football recruiting and evaluation isn't infallible. Some high school stars bust, and some players who don't receive much attention at the prep level mature into the cornerstones of championship squads in college.The phrase "tell me what they've done in four years" is thrown around by fans on National Signing Day. Typically, those are fans of schools who don't recruit that well, but there's some truth to the argument that it's not where a player starts, but where he finishes, that matters.With that in mind we've taken a look at the SEC Classes of 2008. Where did they finish then on Signing Day, and where did they finish in 2011 on the scoreboard? Who busted and who racked up? Obviously, some players from this crop are still in school (redshirt seniors, players who received medical redshirts, etc.)But for the most part, the hay is in the barn for this group.So who won and how accurate were the recruiting rankings?Let's find out.
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Adjusted to reality.This is Red Wolves County.
its funny that they make shirts and aMm, when we dont even think about them
Arkansas 2012 Pre-Spring Depth Chartby Chris Bahn3/13/2012 at 1:19pmBelow are the starters listed on Arkansas’ pre-spring depth chart. Will update with two-deep at each position following Bobby Petrino’s press conference:OFFENSEWR Julian Horton, Jr.WR Javontee Herndon, Jr.WR Cobi Hamilton, Sr.TE Chris Gragg, Sr.OT Jason Peacock, Sr.OG Tyler Deacon, Sr.C Travis Swanson, Jr.OG Alvin Bailey, Jr.OT Brey Cook, So.QB Tyler Wilson, Sr.RB Knile Davis, Jr.FB Kiero Small, Jr. DEFENSEDE Chris Smith, Jr.DT Byran Jones, Jr.DT Robert Thomas, Jr.DE Tenarius Wright, Sr.LB Matt Marshall, Sr.LB Alonzo Highsmith, Sr.LB Braylon Mitchell, So.CB Tevin Mitchell, So.S Ross Rasner, Sr.S Eric Bennett, Jr.CB Darius Winston, Sr.SPECIAL TEAMSK Zach Hocker, Jr.P Dylan Breeding, Sr.SNP Alan D’Appollonio, So.Tagged: Arkansas Razorbacks,
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