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Old 11-15-2011, 07:33 PM
 
Location: 304
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1) Oregon--- uniforms, facilities, atmosphere, talent, speed, location

2) West Virginia--- atmosphere, fan base, tradition, location,

3) Miami--- location, location, location

4) Colorado--- unique, location, tradition

5) Boise State--- blue turf, uniforms, talent
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Old 11-18-2011, 03:22 PM
 
Location: Fort Worth, Texas
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I'd just be happy to be 18 again!
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Old 04-29-2012, 01:19 PM
 
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1 - Tennessee
2 - Tennessee
3 - Tennessee
4 - Tennessee
5 - Alabama (so I can purposefully tank their game when they play Tennessee)
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Old 05-03-2012, 03:45 PM
 
Location: Viña del Mar, Chile
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Stanford -- has always been my dream school to go to. If only I tried harder in school or in sports

University of Miami -- Went to school there, loved it. As long as they were winning it would probably be the best program to play for.

University of Michigan -- I'm from Michigan and how can you beat the Big House??
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Old 05-03-2012, 03:59 PM
 
Location: Mequon, WI
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1. THE U!- My favorite and dream school
2. LSU- been there many times and it's like a second home to me
3. Michigan- Two words: Big House
4. Alabama- Tradition
5. FIU- It's in Miami
6. FAU- It's close to Miami
7. South Florida- It's still south florida
8. North Texas- I kinda always liked the mean green
9. Eastern Michigan- Nice small school
10. Duke- Reputation not football rep either.

Top 10 schools I wouldn't go to even if they were the only ones to offer a scholarship!

1. Ohio State
2. FLA State
3. Wisconsin
4. Michigan State
5. USC
6. Notre Dame
7. Va Tech
8. Minn
9. Northwestern
10. Texas A&M
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Old 05-03-2012, 04:24 PM
 
Location: southwestern USA
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1.---Wisconsin---love camp randall stadium---love Madison---outside Madison pretty rolling hills
2--- Oregon----great area---high flying offense----great uniforms
3--- Penn State---aside from the controversy this is still a storied program---nice countryside
4--- Colorado----this is a program waiting to explode---what scenery around Boulder
5--- Tennessee---you know sooner or later Rocky Top will be back and dancing in the end zone
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Old 05-03-2012, 05:48 PM
 
Location: Las Vegas
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1) Oregon - If you were 18 years old and could play college football anywhere in the country, where would you wanna play? I can't believe I am saying this, but I would probably play for the Oregon Ducks. I love all of their different uniform combinations, they got great facilities, they play in a great stadium which may be small but it's loud and fun and just a really cool stadium, Eugene is a neat college town, the PAC-12 is a great conference, the weather in Oregon is nice and mild, and Phil Night from Nike is their big booster. Also, that offense of theirs looks really fun even though the pro style offense that Steve Sarkisian runs up at Washington is better suited for a future in the NFL. The Oregon program just seems so cool to me even though I root against them and I have tried to hate them.

2) Florida State - After Oregon I would probably choose Florida State. I like the direction that FSU is heading in. It looks like the Noles are getting their swagger back.

3) Notre Dame - After FSU I would probably pick Notre Dame. Love them or hate them, they will always be the New York Yankees of college football. Notre Dame is just a very special and very unique place regardless of their lack of success lately.

4) LSU - I love the SEC, the atmosphere at Tiger Stadium for night games is awesome. I just love their program.

5) Tennessee - To be able to play at Neyland Stadium and here the Vols fans sing Rockytop would be enough for me to wanna play there. My favorite stadium, fans, and gameday atmosphere in the country by far!
1) USC- Easy choice. In LA, near the beach, great weather, beautiful women, etc. They are probably the "coolest" school in college football. Plus they're a perennial winner and playing in a easy-ish conference they have a great shot at playing for a championship every year.

2) Miami- Great weather and playing there gives you a good chance to play in the NFL as it's "NFL U." They are down right now but eventually they'll be back to contending.

3) Florida- The atmosphere at "The Swamp" is amazing and playing in the SEC will help you get to the next level. They are going through changes right now and rebuilding a bit but I can't see them staying down for long.

4) Texas- One of the preeminent programs in the country. They put up top teams year in and year out and playing there gives you a good shot at contending for a national title at some point during your career there.

5) Alabama- Right now they are the top program in the country. Though I wouldn't really want to live in Alabama for 4 years I could do it if only for the chance to play for multiple national titles. Plus they have a deep and rich history and tradition of winning.
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