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  1. Keep it simple...just win and everything else will fall into place.
  2. Saban was talking to "local" bidnes leaders. I think he's just implying that they need to start ponying up $$ for NIL if they expect 'bama to keep it's winning ways. I don't think he can actually ask them to give money to the 'bama's NIL companies but he can imply they are falling behind and are going to start losing games.
  3. That's pretty narrow. 5 shots between 3-6 place. I'd be surprised if there isn't a change among those teams.
  4. The worst part about this is that they would probably be starters on our O-Line. "pedestrian O-line" would be a ginormous step up for us.
  5. Not so fast my friend. the aggies have a championship banner for that year by way of 'Bama. 'Bama was voted the top team in the country in 1925, so naturally, the aggies won it too since they are both in the SEC and they beat 'Bama this year.
  6. I'm sure it goes down something like that but the HC has to bring up the loss of the scholarship. Maybe they could be a preferred walk-on and have a chance to earn the schollie back but it's gone for now.
  7. I'm sure the top teams like 'Bama and Georgia don't keep lolligaggers hanging around. This is now a bidness. Players are now getting paid. They can leave whenever they want. I think we need to show some the door.
  8. I wonder if their prediction machine take $$NIL$$ into consideration. I'm sure aggie could buy him if they weren't so "loaded" at QB now.
  9. I think NIL changes how some may think about transferring and draft stock. It takes a good year or two to get move you up in the draft. Probably for most receivers it will be their junior and senior years. If you are collecting $3-10M/year why make a move your sophomore year. Why not collect a little more then transfer to get your draft stock up. There's going to be a lot of "experts" whispering in these kids ears. That's what I'd be telling them. You can collect now and later.
  10. if we only play with 2 LBs, can probably lose a couple of there too.
  11. After reviewing our schedule, there is only 1 game I would say could be predicted as a loss. We should win the others. Then I remember "we suck until we don't". So here is my breakdown: 11 wins -2 QB play: we will start an untested QB or one that lost the starting job last year. There is always hope but you can't give the starting reins to an inexperienced QB and expect to win them all. -2 OL play: it can't be any worse can it??? -1 DL play: it's hard to judge the secondary when the opposing QBs are having tea and crumpets while surveying the field. If they don't get pressure on the QB, we'll need to average 50+ points to have a "winning" season. If my math is right, we will be 6-6 with a chance to go to a bowl game...that is if we can beat kansas.
  12. Not so fast my friend. Machine Learning can help predict the basic cases but it won't be able to predict the random/quirky world of recruiting without direct input from the recruit. And that ain't happening. Plus, I would never trust anything a recruit entered into a recruiting survey if they are planning a "big" reveal.
  13. Can we at least agree on aggie are losers? I would say sux but ouSux already claims that one.
  14. well, unfortunately what he says is true, but I don't like the word "satisfying" when he describes Texas imploding. Maybe we should revoke his Alum membership.
  15. Every year there are a couple of decent teams that maybe should haven't have been bumped from the tourney. No system is perfect and it's astronomically unlikely these teams would have made it to the final four. I don't see a problem with a coach saying "We should have made it to the Dance" but to whine about it like he has. That's just too much. Yo Coach! Here's a simple solution. Win you're freaking conference or win the conference tourney.

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