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November 28th, 2007

Lj Idol, Week 4, When You're a Razorback, you're a Razorback for Life @ 03:57 pm

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Date:November 29th, 2007 03:38 am (UTC)
True that on having a monopoly. Though sometimes Arkansas players go to other strong schools. I think that Arkansas has a chance to be a good team, and do well (there was a time when Florida wasn't that good, and wasn't hugely competitive in football), but they definitely probably won't be like a Kentucky in basketball. When you're (The Razorbacks) are the only team in the state, that's why there's such a high expectation. I just think that I want the best for Arkansas because I'm a fan. I have high expectations because I have high expectations for all of the teams I support. I won't, for example, say, I'm a fan of team X, but I don't expect them to do well.

It will be interesting, should Les Miles leave LSU, to see what coach will go there. It wil be interesting to see what coach Arkansas gets. As the World Turns, we will find out I guess.

South Carolina impressed me at first, but then they kind of fell apart. I wish Georgia and LSU were playing, that would be a closer ame. Who knows, if LSU does not play to the best of their efforts, they will lose, simple as that.
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Date:November 29th, 2007 04:14 am (UTC)
I just heard on ESPN that LSU has granted Miles permission to interview at Michigan, and he apparently has an out clause in his contract specifically for Michigan.

As a Georgia Tech alum, I always want to see Georgia lose. Also, I know about having reasonable expectations. I know we will never be FSU in the 90s...we don't have that kind of money for athletics and aren't willing to compromise academic standards for athletes (although we COULD be a basketball powerhouse). So I don't expect to be in the national title picture...but I do expect to compete for an ACC title every few years, have a 10 win season every now and then, and BEAT UGA. (And that's why Chan Gailey was fired Monday...even though he never had a losing season.)

The thing with Florida is they probably have the best high school football prospects in the nation, along with Texas and California...PLUS, it's a desirable location. So the foundation was there when Spurrier came in...same as Bowden at FSU...and now the guy as USF who seems to be doing well.

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