Thursday, January 18, 2007


Trying to Keep it Sportsy

In an attempt to keep everyone up to date with the ever changing world of college athletics I have done an in depth research project on the recruiting classes of big time college football programs. You (the blogging world) might be stunned to find out that Florida International has apparently had some struggling recruiting and currently boasts the 113th best recruiting class. This could be fall-out from the trick play that they ran in their game with Miami this year (pictured). This places them two spots behind the University of North Texas which has no doubt been bolstered by the signing of Todd Dodge as their head coach. This just goes to show that the sports landscape can change on a dime in college athletics. For those who are interested the University of Texas is currently ranked number one. This has become somewhat of a tradition for the Longhorns. They will be rated number one untill signing day at which point they will have people pull their commitments and go to play elsewhere.

6 comments:

Q said...

I hate the way your comments work now, I almost gave up and just left. The University of Texas consistantly loses with top talent. They can beat the bad teams and lose to quality teams, the reason for this is bad coaching. All it will take for them to win it all again is another all world player like Vincent Young. Even Mack Brown couldn't screw that up. Hubbubbaloo Calick Calick
Hubbubbaloo Calick
Goodbye to Texas Uni Verrr City
Goodbye to the orange and the Why I ite...

Dagromm said...

There it's changed you high maintenance a-hole.

Gyuss Baaltar said...

what? no report on Northern Virginia Community College?

Q said...

You'll recieve your "thank you" this weekend...

Gyuss Baaltar said...

this new template is a Calvin and Hobbes thing, isn't it?

Dagromm said...

No. Well maybe.