that's unfortunate, but at least the interest is there on both sides
JJ Denman and Muller reaffirm committments per Rivals. Another one bites the dust.
This could give us a boost with Muller.
Will this help??? Talk amongst yourselves.
Just hope they put their main office in SEC country.
This is an annual beat to death topic, but it caught my eye because it states that there is no correlation between the number of stars and wins. I thought that this had been proven wrong pretty emphatically in the blogosphere the last few years and by our eyes in the NC games...Florida, Alabama, LSU, Texas, OSU etc..... This is from ESPN and apparently they have done some research that they don't show. Hopefully they clarify their argument in the full magazine article if it is in fact longer. Here is is if you are interested. Insider needed.
Per Sam Webb's Twitter. Finally a win for Hoke and co.
Title says it all.
Remember the 5 star at the UA AA Bowl who chose Alabama despite his mom sitting next to him, who wanted him to go to LSU? According to the mom, Saban closed the deal by offering the recruits girlfriend a job. Bama of course can't comment on any prospective student athlete until after a LOI comes in. But this, while dirty as all hell, isn't actually against NCAA rules. It only is for basketball recruiting. The NCAA makes zero sense. If we were worried about Saban finding new loopholes after the SEC "cracked" down on oversigning, here's one he found.