Am I delusional or have the students been a real dissapointment this this year? I've been attending games since the 80s and I don't recall the students consistently showing up late / leaving early like they have been. Noon games were the norm when I was a student so that should be no excuse. Heard someone state "students who show up late or don't attend are missing life". True words.
Good vs. Evil apparently.
Very little in terms of commitments this week, but there's some movement in the middle of the rankings as the recruiting services get around to rating more players—Indiana's comeuppance for losing Gunner Kiel ends up coming one week later as a result. Action since last rankings:
10-21-11: Minnesota picks up James Gillum.
10-23-11: Purdue picks up Greg Latta.
That's it. Two JuCo recruits. Thanks for making my job easy this week, B1G.
|Big Ten+ Recruiting Class Rankings|
|Rank||School||# Commits||Rivals Avg||Scout Avg||ESPN Avg||24/7 Avg||Avg Avg^|
*ESPN doesn't rate JuCos, so Isaac Fruechte and James Gillum (Minnesota), Darius Stroud and Jacarri Alexander (Indiana), Steffon Martin, Devin Smith, and Greg Latta (Purdue), and Zaire Anderson (Nebraska) are counted as unranked recruits for the sake of consistency (trust me, it makes sense when you look at the spreadsheet).
^The average of the average rankings of the four recruiting services (aka the previous four columns). The figure is calculated based on the raw numbers and then rounded, so the numbers above may not average out exactly.
On to the full data, after the jump.
At half the winless Cardinals are up on the Saints 17-0. The Cardinals, who havent won since week 1, are killing the Ravens in Baltimore 24-6 and the winless Dolphins are up on the Giants 14-10 (oops...now 17-10).
They don't build casinos with the winners money.......
Sorry - SHOULD'VE said the "winless Cardinals are up on the Giants...." Shoot if i'm going to have them play in two games might as well go for a third.