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Every year, it is the same thing for them. No one to get tense about, a seemingly average to below average class consistently and yet they continue to kick the Big 12's collective ass on the field. While the rest of us sweat out signing day like a 6 year old on Christmas Eve.
This post was edited by EarshotCock 17 months ago
Snyder is a hell of a coach.
This post was edited by ATXSpur207133 17 months ago
Not sure that signing day is going too well for K-State...
Jamone Boyd, a heavily-recruited football player at Lee's Summit West High School, faces several charges in connection to an armed robbery.
This post was edited by The Weaver 17 months ago
Snyder and Spurrier are the best coaches in the country, and the oldest. Wise men, those two.
I don't worry about who we sign. Once Spurrier got this thing flipped, they've been evaluating better than anyone, and coaching 'em up better than anyone. We're good for the long haul while Spurrier is here. I like to read about the players we get, and I get excited about them once they commit. I don't really sweat it out. Our future is decided by the man coaching the players.
This post was edited by steve miller 17 months ago
Ally will beat the crap out of Uga.
you either define "best" or "coach" differently than I do, if you honestly believe that Snyder and Spurrier are literally the best two coaches in the country.
This post was edited by michaelisamole 17 months ago
If you don't think Bill Snyder and Steve Spurrier are two of the best in the business you haven't been watching college football for the past 25 years.
If you took his statement as absolute as it appears you did, you might consider a valium. No need to get worked up over it.
he said they are the best coaches in the country. Chip Kelly and Nick Saban say hi, to name a couple.
I think that Nick is a fantastic football coach. But, what he is doing is essentially being handed the keys to a Ferrari and told to go win a race while SOS and Co. are given a Mustang, and told to go find the best parts the local NAPA is willing to give you and see if you can keep up.
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