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Old 05-05-2019, 01:29 PM
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Old 05-08-2019, 11:56 AM
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Clemson now ranked #1 recruiting class for 2020.
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Old 05-09-2019, 02:52 AM
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Clemson has it rolling.
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Old 05-10-2019, 06:24 PM
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Not wanting to be greedy but there are a couple more 5* I hope we can get commits from SOON.
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Very proud of what all Dabo, his staff & players have accomplished!
Not bad for a guy who was just an interim head coach when they cut Bowden loose.
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Originally Posted by Tiretyme View Post
Very proud of what all Dabo, his staff & players have accomplished!
Not bad for a guy who was just an interim head coach when they cut Bowden loose.

As I have always said Dabo was a BUDGET HIRE after TB. Looks like we hit the lottery so far(even though I wanted him FIRED after FIVE IN A ROW LOL)
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The hits keep on coming

ROLL TIGERS


https://www.tigernet.com/update/recr...-Clemson-32974
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Originally Posted by tprice View Post
The hits keep on coming

ROLL TIGERS


https://www.tigernet.com/update/recr...-Clemson-32974
Thatís awesome!!
Other than where itís geographically in relation to Atlanta, I donít get Auburn & the Gus Bus attraction.
Hey, my youngest daughter and son in law even went to Auburn
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Old 05-19-2019, 04:03 AM
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And ANOTHER Commits. BOOM

Big strong RB that can run up the middle and I am sure will be great in pass protection as well. Good hands receiving as well


https://www.tigernet.com/update/recr...B-commit-32979
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When I lived on the edge of Atlanta, we were about 100 miles (or less) from Clemson. That's a great area for lifestyle with 3 great lakes nearby. And it's also a great university that's very deserved of their success. Cannot blame any recruit for wanting to go into a football program like that. The college also has a rabid alumni group in Atlanta and the area.

What's funny is that when Nick Saban was looking for a second home to get away from it all, he bought two houses on Lake Burton--just west of the SC border in NE Georgia. That's a short distance from Clemson. Of course, those two homes were well over $5 million each. I guess when you're hot, you're hot.
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Originally Posted by Bamaman View Post
When I lived on the edge of Atlanta, we were about 100 miles (or less) from Clemson. That's a great area for lifestyle with 3 great lakes nearby. And it's also a great university that's very deserved of their success. Cannot blame any recruit for wanting to go into a football program like that. The college also has a rabid alumni group in Atlanta and the area.

What's funny is that when Nick Saban was looking for a second home to get away from it all, he bought two houses on Lake Burton--just west of the SC border in NE Georgia. That's a short distance from Clemson. Of course, those two homes were well over $5 million each. I guess when you're hot, you're hot.

This is a great area to live in to be honest and I am sure it helps recruits.

We just enjoying the ride brother , not sure how long it will last but it sure is sweet right now. Even sweeter watching the U5C folks sweat bullets and crap bricks LOL
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We too are enjoying these football days at the University of Alabama. Even the great teams can have off days.
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Originally Posted by Bamaman View Post
We too are enjoying these football days at the University of Alabama. Even the great teams can have off days.


Well both teams could meet AGAIN , long season and anything can happen but looks good at this point
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Iím a die hard gator and SEC fan but Iíll tell ya itís hard to not like and respect a guy like Dabo. Super humble and runs a great clean program the way it should be. Clemson will be a problem for years to come with him at the helm.
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Old 05-20-2019, 07:39 AM
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Another great football program in the area is the University of Georgia. The cities are just 75 miles apart.
I used to have doctors in Athens. Great party town since the downtown area next to the university has been turned into one big sidewalk bar scene. And since the academics are so high, there are far more ladies going to that university than men.
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Originally Posted by Bamaman View Post
Another great football program in the area is the University of Georgia. The cities are just 75 miles apart.
I used to have doctors in Athens. Great party town since the downtown area next to the university has been turned into one big sidewalk bar scene. And since the academics are so high, there are far more ladies going to that university than men.
Yep and for some reason UGA ALWAYS seems to have some damn good looking women Maybe it is the red and black that makes them stand out LOL
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Originally Posted by Bamaman View Post
And since the academics are so high, there are far more ladies going to that university than men.
Always recruited well, but had no idea about the gender ratio.
Remember when FL State was about 7-1 back in the late Ď70ís, so I sent an ACT score there for the heck of it!
I mean we were going to Bama anyway but I thought why not visit!!
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Old 05-21-2019, 11:30 AM
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Originally Posted by Bamaman View Post
Another great football program in the area is the University of Georgia. The cities are just 75 miles apart.
I used to have doctors in Athens. Great party town since the downtown area next to the university has been turned into one big sidewalk bar scene. And since the academics are so high, there are far more ladies going to that university than men.
Really wish we could open every year against GA. Personally, I say let all the little schools figure out how to have viable programs on their own without getting paid to get slaughtered, and make the big schools play top tier opponents every single game of the season. If the small schools don't have sufficient donors to have a program, perhaps they shouldn't have one.
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Originally Posted by autobaun70 View Post
Really wish we could open every year against GA. Personally, I say let all the little schools figure out how to have viable programs on their own without getting paid to get slaughtered, and make the big schools play top tier opponents every single game of the season. If the small schools don't have sufficient donors to have a program, perhaps they shouldn't have one.
Yea but HOW would THE CITADEL get their win against U5C if we did that LOL
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Yea but HOW would THE CITADEL get their win against U5C if we did that LOL
lol. Hopefully that would force the chickens to up their game beyond a bit. Then again, they stuck their stadium smack in the middle of an industrial park, so I don't guess they are really smart.
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