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Chris Low doing more good work, cliffs are what was said in presser, what counts is how productive prospects are on Saturdays etc. I have seen it posted numerous times, SOS has a knack for numbers, he pops stats from 2/3 years ago effortlessly, I can't remember what I had for lunch yesterday, pretty good read.
EDIT - similar thread already posted, mods feel free to delete
This post was edited by cep 14 months ago
"Act like you've been there before and expect to be back." - Bear Bryant
Love this............Going back to the 2010 season, South Carolina is a combined 9-2 against Alabama, Florida, Georgia, LSU and Tennessee -- the teams the Gamecocks are “never going to out-recruit.” And if you throw in-state rival Clemson into that mix, the Gamecocks are 12-2.
Spurrier has a very down to earth outlook on recruiting, and he is absolutely right. He says that recruiting is important, first of all. He says that the rankings can be a bit deceiving. He says that what is most important is working with them after they get here. Basically, coaching 'em up is under rated. He prides himself on coaching guys up, and he should be.
All we need is top 20 classes. We get that, and we've got the talent to compete with anybody, anybody. What Spurrier has done the past couple of years is progress that he continues to make. We got studs here, and then we slowly built depth behind those studs, and that is where we are now. The bottom is in no danger of falling out. You look at the roster, and there are not very many guys at all that you would consider weeding out right now. I counted 2 or 3, and that is it.
Ally will beat the crap out of Uga.
Great read. Thanks for the link.
You gotta go and read the comments below the article! They are hilarious. Of course they follow the theme of Alabama arrogance and tater ignorance and hatred of SOS, but they do make for funny reading!
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