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T1gerWonder
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Member since May 2011
3579 posts

re: Possible replacement for Oregon: Sumlin

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He was responding to cockboy's comment that Oregon can recruit Top 5 classes with ease.

Alright miss that, thanks


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VerlanderBEAST
Michigan Fan
Member since Dec 2011
12519 posts

re: Possible replacement for Oregon: Sumlin
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There simply isn't enough local talent for Oregon to be a consistent winner.
LMAO yeah I guess they just lucked out the past 12 years or so.


wilceaux
LSU Fan
Austin, TX
Member since Apr 2004
8458 posts

re: Possible replacement for Oregon: Sumlin
Pretty sure the majority of their best players have come from other parts of the country, such as Texas and California.
ETA: You were responding to them being a consistent winner. My bad.
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Big12fan
Texas Fan
Dallas
Member since Nov 2011
2102 posts

re: Possible replacement for Oregon: Sumlin
Oregon heavily recruits California and the West Coast in general. In terms of numbers, getting a Texas recruit is somewhat infrequent. Like maybe 3 on their 2 deep.


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VerlanderBEAST
Michigan Fan
Member since Dec 2011
12519 posts

re: Possible replacement for Oregon: Sumlin
Local talent has never been important in college football. As long as you establish you recruiting ground it really makes very little difference how far or close you are to it.


TIGRLEE
LSU Fan
Northeast Louisiana
Member since Nov 2009
24554 posts

re: Possible replacement for Oregon: Sumlin
Tx am is a knee injury away from being a .500 football team.


Byron Bojangles III
Butler Fan
Member since Nov 2012
28404 posts

re: Possible replacement for Oregon: Sumlin
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Texas A&M can come up with some cash and why would you leave with Johnny Manziel having several more years of eligibility


Nike money.


bamasgot13
Alabama Fan
Birmingham
Member since Feb 2010
7560 posts

re: Possible replacement for Oregon: Sumlin
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Nike money


That's great, but A&M has oil money. They'll be able to keep him IF (huge if at this point) Oregon were to call.

Also, Oregon is not the better job at the moment. They're facing NCAA issues and will take a penalty. They are in the easier conference, but they've lost 1 game twice and watched an SEC team play for it all. A&M is trending as the better job.


mattz1122
Houston Fan
Member since Oct 2007
32977 posts

re: Possible replacement for Oregon: Sumlin
Oil money > Nike money


LSUintheNW
LSU Fan
Here and there
Member since Aug 2009
24147 posts

re: Possible replacement for Oregon: Sumlin
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Oil money > Nike money


Maybe but which has had a better return on their investment over the last 13 years?


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jdg91878
New Orleans Saints Fan
Do overs+Opinion poll politics =MNC
Member since Oct 2010
3742 posts

re: Possible replacement for Oregon: Sumlin
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Texas A&M can come up with some cash and why would you leave with Johnny Manziel having several more years of eligibility


1 more year. Next year is his 3rd year out of high school and early 2014 mocks have him going top 10 overall.


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jdg91878
New Orleans Saints Fan
Do overs+Opinion poll politics =MNC
Member since Oct 2010
3742 posts

re: Possible replacement for Oregon: Sumlin
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Tx am is a knee injury away from being a .500 football team.


I agree with this.


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RonBurgundy
LSU Fan
Whale's Vagina(San Diego)
Member since Oct 2005
11310 posts

re: Possible replacement for Oregon: Sumlin
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Oregon > A&M



no.


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Ponchy Tiger
LSU Fan
Ponchatoula
Member since Aug 2004
25086 posts

re: Possible replacement for Oregon: Sumlin
why in the world would Sumlin leave Texas A&M for Oregon?



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Ponchy Tiger
LSU Fan
Ponchatoula
Member since Aug 2004
25086 posts

re: Possible replacement for Oregon: Sumlin
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Local talent has never been important in college football. As long as you establish you recruiting ground it really makes very little difference how far or close you are to it.


load of bull shite here.


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TDawg1313
Washington Fan
WA
Member since Jul 2009
9867 posts

re: Possible replacement for Oregon: Sumlin
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Many of Chip's best players have been Texas kids they paid for.

Coincidentally, all of the Texas recruits that they got and are under investigation for have transferred out.


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CP3LSU25
LSU Fan
Lafayette
Member since Feb 2009
36830 posts

re: Possible replacement for Oregon: Sumlin
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tmc94


before this year no one gave a frick about Texas A&M


RonBurgundy
LSU Fan
Whale's Vagina(San Diego)
Member since Oct 2005
11310 posts

re: Possible replacement for Oregon: Sumlin
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before this year no one gave a frick about Texas A&M



still a better job than Oregon.


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tiggerthetooth
LSU Fan
Big Momma's House
Member since Oct 2010
15790 posts

re: Possible replacement for Oregon: Sumlin
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A&M is trending as the better job.


Because people talk about them more? Thats not going to play a role at all in Sumlin's decision if he were to consider it. Surely he will instantly be at the program level he wants to be at with Oregon, and the ceiling you would say is a wild card depending on recruiting. Texas A&M still has some ground before they are at the level of Oregon but you know the potential for the ceiling of the program could be REALLY high IF they are able to out recruit all the other schools in the south. I think Oregon would have less competition for recruits out west than A&M in the south. I put a 0% chance of Sumlin ever going to Oregon either way.


Razorologist
Arkansas Fan
Member since Aug 2011
1538 posts

re: Possible replacement for Oregon: Sumlin
One thing for sure...Eugene is 1000 times better than College Station. I would run to Oregon so fast I would cause Dust Bowl II as I tore across west Texas.


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