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James on DGB you said he will visit on 10-16 did he visit on 10 - 16 or did you mean on 12-16-11 or 1-16-12?
Boehm makes sense to me. In the Big XII, MIssouri is relevant, especially if we go back to 12 teams. MIzzou can challenge for a top spot almost every year and many teams they are playing are within driving distance.(Lee Summit is in Kansas City)
In the SEC East, they will have a rough road to climb, play most away games near the east coast and to win a conference championship, you have to be the best team of 14 instead of 10.
His interest in Auburn makes some sense because Auburn is relevant in the SEC and can win championships, Mizzou won't. And Auburn makes a tiny bit more sense geographically playing in the SEC West. However, that certainly doesn't trump the benefit of 7-8 games down the road in Columbia.
I would say the kid has his head on straight.
This post was edited by NCJIM on 11/23/2011 at 6:57 AM
Might be too late, OU will probably one to two more OL tackles? Then I see a huge shift to defensive recruiting.
I say take him if he wants to come here. As much as we rotate olinemen here it wouldn't be all that bad. Somehow we will get another schollie in this class.
Most think JMM will play T at OU.
Hasn't the top rated player in Mo. left the state the last 3 years? Pinkel can't be too happy about that. :)
Why do you think he hits the bottle so hard.
Noblemark: What is your problem? Albsooner's remarks make alot of sense.
I'm hoping the next great DT for OU is already on campus. between wade and Phillips we should be much improved.
DBG is going to Arkansas. They are giving dad a asst. coaching job, imo
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