Discussion in 'LSU RECRUITING' started by islstl, Jan 2, 2016.
Just so we stay on fleek, how about we throw in a bye Felicia.
Yeah, USC got royally shafted by the NCAA,.. but no matter how you spin it,.. the Ducks have won 10 of the last 16
A tribute to the 1994 Ducks
Oregon plays a normal weak ooc schedule,.. usually 1 decent team and a couple of pansies,.. Ducks lead off 2017 playing Auburn at JerryWorld,.. we just finished a home/away with Michigan State, are scheduled for a home and away versus Ohio State in a few years, and we begin next season at Nebraska,.. not so shabby. USC and Stanford always have a tougher ooc schedule,.. good for you, be proud that you don't play 4 weak ass teams like most of the SEC.
Oregon's season history,.... http://www.sports-reference.com/cfb/schools/oregon/
Oregon hired him in 1977,.. Rich Brooks started his tenure with only 3 wins, and just 2 wins a season in 3 of the next 5 years,.. but you could tell the Ducks were getting better,.. that's how bad we were.
By the mid-80's, Oregon was becoming competitive and were basically a .500 team. During the late 80's, early 90's, the Ducks became a good team who went to minor bowls. In 1994 Rich Brooks, without Phil Knight, won the PAC Championship and led his team in the Rose Bowl. Oregon football had steadily, year by year, improved for 19 seasons,.. reaching the national stage without Phil Knight's money,.. Rich Brooks leadership should not be discounted,.. saying "Oregon was nothing before Phil Knight", is insultingly inaccurate,...... but I forgive you. .
LSU carries class rankings lead into signing day
No matter what happens we at least know Bama will be printing shirts.
I think we'll hold off everyone on ESPN if we get Fulton and Mullen. They show our current recruits higher ranked on average than Scout or Rivals.The other services, Bama probably finishes #1.
Updated the chart on the initial post.
LSU may jump Florida for 4th place overall after the 2017 class. Florida is struggling as of now and LSU has gotten off to a great start. They will certainly close the gap considerably.
Updated this list to include 2017.
We will most likely jump Florida after the 2018 class is added in, but Georgia is going to pass us , so we'll remain in 5th.
When you get some time can you start a 2018 thread? No one does it better