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Obviously my first choice would be SC, but if I couldn't pick them for whatever reason I'd chose Oregon.
UCLA. check out the women. thanks
My son's message to Obama, Clemson, and Georgia
You seen Oregon cheerleaders? It's cold there, more spooning
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If your going for women then ole miss, uga, uk, fsu, scar, tex, lsu, ala would all be a pick-um. Just sayin!!!! Add fla, clem, aub, unc in the very close next divsion.
Oregon facilities are out of control. Plus, I couldn't go to sc for whatever reason I would never play at another sec school where I could potentially play against them
This post was edited by BigDave 13 months ago
VT or Bama.
VT bc I love Blacksburg and they always have a solid team. They put players in the NFL and have my degree.
Bama for family ties. Richest tradition in college football. Southern women. The chance to compete for a national championship.
EDIT: both schools are. Close enough that I can get home if I need to and my family can reasonably come see me play at least a few times per year.
If distance was not a factor I would go to Colorado or Utah. In either case the decision would be much less about football and a lot more about location. I just love it out there.
Colorado: i Have many friends all over Colorado and I love the lifestyle. Boulder is a cool little town only 45 min from Denver and 45 min from Fort Collins. 2 hours from world class snowboarding... Which I probably could not do too much of while In school but going to school there would sete up better for life after football in Denver.
Utah: Many of the same reasons as Colorado. I also have an uncle and cousins in Salt Lake so I would have a support system there. Also they have a little better football team than Colorado but both are abou the same. You can still get to the NFL but not as easily as the southern schools.
This post was edited by The Benk 13 months ago
Ole miss-women and Greek life. Florida-same. Stanford-education and location
I agree on Stanford. Plus usually a solid team.
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Arizona or Texas......women
I guess that was a subconscious criteria for me: can't be a crappy Clemson-type team.
This post was edited by gamecock4life99 13 months ago
USCw because of the California girls!!!
100 percent oregon
Ohio State or FsU. Whichever offered me more cash.
Auburn or Texas
Fear the Fish
As long as I got to play D1 I would make myself happy anywhere if it could not be Carolina. If taterville was my only offer I would try to walk on with the cocks or just not play at all. Damn the taters!
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