Ha, yea. I know they're not our valentines or anything but it's interesting to read their stuff about the Big Ten for now.
Nebraska recruiting map/guide to Big Ten recruiting country.
I don't know if you are being serious, but this is good information. We might have more battles with Nebraska on the recruiting trail from now on. Charles Jackson and Wayne Lyons were recruits that Michigan and Nebraska were going after down the stretch.
The Huskers are too good for their own state:
Slim pickings there ... notice that they kept the important ones.
I messed that whole part up, Nebraska is actually second best. And Michigan is middle of the pack. I got caught looking at the numbers in reverse. And forgetting to look at Illinois.
You suck! Get off the board!
FWIW, it's Nebraska not "Nebraksa." Sounds Eastern European.
I don't care about spelling, I'm an MGoTroll, remember?
I don't think you're an MGoTroll. Forgive and forget?
You had me at that kitten picture...
There are many, many kitten pictures available on the interwebs if you would like more warm, fuzzy feelings.
You know what else would give me a warm, fuzzy feeling?
If you maybe, you know, commented on the actual thread!!! ANGAR!!!
Correcting spelling counts as commenting on the thread. Also, you legitimized my commenting by responding multiple times. Don't make me post another snarky picture now...
"Nebraska is second to last, 52.8% of the top ten in-state recruits this year left the state."
Can somebody please explain the concept of 52.8% of 10 people? I'm confused.
Well, that's 5 guys, plus a head, one arm and part of a foot. That guy wanted to stay in state, but he was truly torn over the decision.
...well played, indeed.
"Surprisingly, Nebraska is second to last, 52.8% of the top ten in-state recruits this year left the state."
I'm not a mathematician, but does this mean that 28% of a kid left the state of Nebraska last year?
I'm just the messenger. I have no idea how they came to their numbers.
they dont really want the top 10 players in nebraska because #10 probably isnt good enough to play at nebraska. which is why some(if any) would leave the state.