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WarSlamEagle
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Title IX killed soccer and wrestling in the SEC.

Yeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeep.


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LSUSOBEAST1
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We would beast on you little newb bitches.


You rang?


Friend of OBUDan
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what if lebron james played soccer tho


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pvilleguru
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The top players in the nation should be playing with clubs overseas or in the MLS, not colleges.

If they are good enough to play in the MLS or in Europe, then that's what they are doing.


NOTORlOUSD
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re: SEC Soccer
USCe would kill the rest of the league for the first few years. They are a legit national power. Also, LSU would succeed by pulling in recruits from Dallas and Houston. Louisiana doesn't have much talent on that level.


Harry Caray
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College soccer in its present form = bad for the US


why? I really don't know why


fightingtigers98
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Louisiana doesn't have much talent on that level.


Patrick Mullins and Jason Garey disagree with you.


WarSlamEagle
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re: SEC Soccer
It's not. Bhoy's just being Bhoy. As others have said, the players that are USMNT caliber from a younger age usually don't play in college. The college soccer players usually fill MLS rosters while some get a chance to play overseas.


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rockchlkjayhku11
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USCe would kill the rest of the league for the first few years

maybe just because they have a start but kentucky is better and basically always has been
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They are a legit national power

not even close
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Also, LSU would succeed by pulling in recruits from Dallas and Houston

not too sure about this. the state of louisiana is pretty shitty at soccer as well. i wouldnt put lsu at the bottom or top of my list for good programs.

florida and georgia are obvious answers to be successful. kentucky is in a great soccer area and already has a good start. those are my provisional top 3.
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Atom-Z
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the state of louisiana is pretty shitty at soccer as well


What? I thought Louisiana was pretty solid at soccer.

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what if lebron james played soccer tho

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Bho
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but kentucky is better and basically always has been




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StraightCashHomey21
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re: SEC Soccer
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Patrick Mullins and Jason Garey disagree with you.



so a few players


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NOTORlOUSD
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re: SEC Soccer
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maybe just because they have a start but kentucky is better and basically always has been

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not even close


They have a ton of tournament appearances, two CUSA titles in the last three years, and a few alumni who have played for the MNT (Guzan, Mathis, Josh Wolff). I would say they're a top-15 program.


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rockchlkjayhku11
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What? I thought Louisiana was pretty solid at soccer.

not really. off the top of my head, i would say right around 25th which is probably where their population number lies as well.


pvilleguru
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The birmingham/huntsville areas have some pretty good talent.


nolatiger92
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not really. off the top of my head, i would say right around 25th which is probably where their population number lies as well.


Just curious, why 25th? And what other reasons besides population?
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WarSlamEagle
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The birmingham/huntsville areas have some pretty good talent.

Auburn would be able to get a good bit of those Huntsville guys because of the engineering program. The majority of our University Club team is from Huntsville and they are pretty good.
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pvilleguru
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Auburn would be able to get a good bit of those Huntsville guys because of the engineering program.
Meh. UA and AU's engineering programs are basically equal. It just depends on which type of engineering you want.


WarSlamEagle
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re: SEC Soccer
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UA and AU's engineering programs are basically equal.

Ooooooooooookay.


itawambadog
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Auburn would be able to get a good bit of those Huntsville guys because of the engineering program. The majority of our University Club team is from Huntsville and they are pretty good.


Does UAH have soccer? I knew it was kinda odd they had hockey there.


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