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Old 01-31-2012, 01:52 PM  
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Old 06-14-2012, 03:13 PM   #3661
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Old 06-14-2012, 03:14 PM   #3662
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Recruiting sure is suffering!
Tennessee is the 26th best class in the nation, but it's the 12th best recruiting class in the SEC.

That's right, 11 SEC schools are ranked in the top 25 in both 247 and Rivals team rankings.

Alabama, Georgia, Florida, Texas A&M, LSU, South Carolina, Auburn, Missouri and Ole Miss are all in the top 15 for both 247 Sports and Rivals.

That's nine SEC schools in the top 15 in 247's rankings. (Rivals has nine in the top 17).
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Old 06-14-2012, 03:15 PM   #3663
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Winning 0 games in conference sure is inspirational!

Congrats!
....and getting ass raped in the Border War. You know what is inspirational? Keys over your former rival for eternity and multiple conference championships on the way out.
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Old 06-14-2012, 03:28 PM   #3664
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Tennessee is the 26th best class in the nation, but it's the 12th best recruiting class in the SEC.

That's right, 11 SEC schools are ranked in the top 25 in both 247 and Rivals team rankings.

Alabama, Georgia, Florida, Texas A&M, LSU, South Carolina, Auburn, Missouri and Ole Miss are all in the top 15 for both 247 Sports and Rivals.

That's nine SEC schools in the top 15 in 247's rankings. (Rivals has nine in the top 17).
But, but, but MU is only 8th in thier own conference in recruiting!!! Being in the 60s and 70s allows one to sling mass shit about recruiting. Don't you know having 10 failed QB's transfer in is the way to get back to oranges!! The rest of the team will be shit, but hey they've got the new 3 QB spread machine gun offense a comin.
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Old 06-14-2012, 03:32 PM   #3665
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Tennessee is the 26th best class in the nation, but it's the 12th best recruiting class in the SEC.

That's right, 11 SEC schools are ranked in the top 25 in both 247 and Rivals team rankings.

Alabama, Georgia, Florida, Texas A&M, LSU, South Carolina, Auburn, Missouri and Ole Miss are all in the top 15 for both 247 Sports and Rivals.

That's nine SEC schools in the top 15 in 247's rankings. (Rivals has nine in the top 17).
I wonder if the Border "Showdown" will come back, honestly. Does a doormat football school want to start a series with a team that pulls top 25 classes consistently? Unlikely, if that consistency continues - and it seems like it will since 11 teams in the conference are currently doing that. I wouldn't do it either

They can still crow how the series is 'almost' even, because they won most of the games played before the 1920s... (I guess it matches all the crowing about basketball "championships" from the days when there was no postseason...)

Personally, I don't have a problem if the schools don't play again. That is a 20th century rivalry. The future for Missouri is bright. Leave it in the past.
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Old 06-14-2012, 03:42 PM   #3666
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Mizzou's Pinkel: Recruiting Has Never Been Better, Believes Kansas Game Will Return

http://outkickthecoverage.com/mizzou...ill-return.php

By Abby Lemons

Missouri HC Gary Pinkel appeared on our 3HL radio show today and was positively giddy about the impact of the SEC on his team’s recruiting.

Pinkel says that joining the league had brought very positive feedback on the recruiting trail. "Recruiting right now is going as well as it has ever gone for us," Pinkel said.

Pinkel said that some of the benefits could be related to the consistency of the Mizzou program over the past few years, but that the majority of it could be credited to joining the SEC. In particular, Pinkel said, "has been a tremendous plus for us, even more so than I could have imagined." He also felt strongly about the recruiting of the nations' number one recruit, Dorial Green-Beckham.

Pinkel confirmed that DGB has been on campus for the past two weeks and is already working out with the team. Pinkel stated, "Green-Beckham comes in with extremely high expectations, more expectations than any player that I have ever coached."


Pinkel confirmed that DGB has been on campus for the past two weeks and is already working out with the team. Pinkel stated, "Green-Beckham comes in with extremely high expectations, more expectations than any player that I have ever coached."

Another major question for Mizzou is the health of quarterback James Franklin. Mizzou's Franklin has been battling a shoulder injury similar to Drew Brees, whose injury was worse, recovered after five months. Per Pinkel, Franklin “is throwing a nerf ball right now and is doing very, very well.” Pinkel says that if all goes well, he is expected to be ready to play in the first game against Southeastern Louisiana.

With leaving the Big 12, fans may have been concerned with losing one of the biggest rivalries each year against Kansas. Pinkel indicated that he is very hopeful that in the next few years, the rivalry will remain on their non-conference schedule.

“I think it will,” Pinkel said, discussing the return of the Kansas rivalry.

How does being in the SEC feel after all the uncertainty in the Big 12?

“It’s refreshing,” says Pinkel on his new home in the SEC, “and you can see why they’re as successful as they are.
Of course Pinkel and I agree. I always knew he was a smart guy.
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Old 06-14-2012, 04:45 PM   #3667
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Of course Pinkel and I agree. I always knew he was a smart guy.
As far as Mizzou goes, the rivalry can resume anytime. It is KU and their hypocritical attitude that is holding it up.
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Old 06-14-2012, 05:06 PM   #3668
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As far as Mizzou goes, the rivalry can resume anytime. It is KU and their hypocritical attitude that is holding it up.
Eh, your school was given the chance to continue. You chose to end the rivalry. KU will get back to you when they care.
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Old 06-14-2012, 05:28 PM   #3669
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I wonder if the Border "Showdown" will come back, honestly. Does a doormat football school want to start a series with a team that pulls top 25 classes consistently? Unlikely, if that consistency continues - and it seems like it will since 11 teams in the conference are currently doing that. I wouldn't do it either

They can still crow how the series is 'almost' even, because they won most of the games played before the 1920s... (I guess it matches all the crowing about basketball "championships" from the days when there was no postseason...)

Personally, I don't have a problem if the schools don't play again. That is a 20th century rivalry. The future for Missouri is bright. Leave it in the past.
Does Missouri consistently pull Top 25 classes or has it been just the last couple of years? Losing the Texas pipeline will hurt, can Missouri offset it in Florida and Georgia? How competitive will they be in the SEC over the next 5-10 years? I think these will be major factors in whether they consistently pull Top 25 classes.
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Old 06-14-2012, 07:51 PM   #3670
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Tennessee is the 26th best class in the nation, but it's the 12th best recruiting class in the SEC.

That's right, 11 SEC schools are ranked in the top 25 in both 247 and Rivals team rankings.

Alabama, Georgia, Florida, Texas A&M, LSU, South Carolina, Auburn, Missouri and Ole Miss are all in the top 15 for both 247 Sports and Rivals.

That's nine SEC schools in the top 15 in 247's rankings. (Rivals has nine in the top 17).
College football really has become the SEC and everyone else, and out isn't lost on recruits.
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College football really has become the SEC and everyone else, and out isn't lost on recruits.
Just college football?

The SEC has won the BCS Champ for 6 years straight. They won NCAA Basketball this year and 3 out of the past 7. They won the College World Series the past 3 years, had both teams in the championship last year (much like football), and this year have 3 teams in the final 8 including the #1 overall seed. In the most recently played championships of the three major men's sports, the SEC won all three AND placed five of the six finalists.

The SEC also has reigning national champions in women's softball, women's golf, women's gymnastics, men's indoor track, men's outdoor track, and women's tennis.

In the last five years, the SEC has won national titles in 15 of its 20 sports and 28 NCAA titles overall.

The SEC is dominating collegiate athletics.
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Just college football?

The SEC has won the BCS Champ for 6 years straight. They won NCAA Basketball this year and 3 out of the past 7. They won the College World Series the past 3 years, had both teams in the championship last year (much like football), and this year have 3 teams in the final 8 including the #1 overall seed. In the most recently played championships of the three major men's sports, the SEC won all three AND placed five of the six finalists.

The SEC also has reigning national champions in women's softball, women's golf, women's gymnastics, men's indoor track, men's outdoor track, and women's tennis.

In the last five years, the SEC has won national titles in 15 of its 20 sports and 28 NCAA titles overall.

The SEC is dominating collegiate athletics.
This is all true, but I really only care about football and basketball. I want Mizzou to do well in everything, but it's 80% football, 19% basketball, and 1% everything else for me.

That said, basketball isn't the SEC and everyone else the way football is. It may well become that way over the next decade, though.
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That said, basketball isn't the SEC and everyone else the way football is. It may well become that way over the next decade, though.
No, it isn't. I don't see it becoming that way, either. It's a lot easier to put together a championship-caliber/competitive basketball team than it is for football. The SEC isn't 'dominant' in basketball but it's probably had more success than any other conference over the past 7 years.
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No, it isn't. I don't see it becoming that way, either. It's a lot easier to put together a championship-caliber/competitive basketball team than it is for football. The SEC isn't 'dominant' in basketball but it's probably had more success than any other conference over the past 7 years.
If the south ever starts to care about basketball, look out.
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