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Baseball or football? Obviously, the past two years we have won back to back titles in baseball so as of today, baseball is the stronger program. But putting all of that aside, which program will have more success in the upcoming years? It seems the football team has been charging its batteries for the past few seasons and is just about to peak. I don't follow much baseball recruiting so Im not sure how we are looking after this season.
baseball...we are national power in that sport...we can get who we want when we want
Fear the Fish
football will be god as long as spurrier is here
This post was edited by gamecockrichie 2 years ago
he means on the field, not coaching
Are you claiming that our baseball coaches never lose a prospect they want to another school?
Spurrier...I appreciate him plenty
We get the majority of the guys we want
Shocking. A douchey comment from Al. Way to be an a$$hat and pretend like he meant that literally.
Come on dude. Take your meds. You had been so much better recently.
Hate to respond twice, but show me a link where coach Tanner or his staff say we want a kid that we lost to another school.
This post was edited by Jefe5235 2 years ago
We lost the DeShields kid to c of c this week lol
Who would you think are our biggest recruiting battles are against? I would think North Carolina.
Clemson really for in-state kids we really don't recruit NC and Virigina
I follow baseball and recruiting pretty closely and typically the only battles we lose are to 6 figure contracts after the MLB draft. Print dat Tweet dat.
Football is about to take off in a new direction. All it took is noticible success and it will go to new heights. Think about it, we have recruited really well as a team that was... Until the last two years.... Negligible in the sec. Georgia took us semi seriously bc that game is always a blood bath, but other than that we were a notch on a bed post to most sec teams. Wasn't that long ago floridia beat us, what? 56-6. That will never happen again here, ever. The strides this team took from rags to riches is incredible and almost unbelievable. We've all had passed family members that moved on and never saw the success that we are having.. At a rapid rate. My grandfather was an avid gamecock. He died in 05. If I could see him today, he'd call me a liar if I said we beat #1 bama, won the east, smoked Clemson three years in a row, smoked nebraska.. And won 11 games.
We expect the baseball team to do well. The football team is about to get scary.
Don't forget, this is all happening with a coach that refuses to cheat. Every big school cheats these days, especially the upstate lowlifes. Spurrier wins honestly
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by uscrudd 2 years ago
Nothing personal but we do recruite virgina , i believe jakie bradley was from virgina also tj costen, evan beal, ethan carter who is not on the team now, Tyler webb, erik payne, patrick harrington. Thats mainly this years team beside jackie. This is not to down grade you, more like just so you know.
I agree football is harder to have success but I have a really good feeling ab the next 3 yrs. thanks for answering the question too but now I'm more enlightened ab baseball. Win win situation..
Recruiting connects now
Only of late has Clemson competed for in state kids.
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