The AD just happened to send out a Buff Club donation email today. I bit and threw some cash their way.
Not while he was there. In May 2018 she left the Engineering dept. and became the "Strategic Tutor for Athletics." Alfano enrolled in January 2019.I said this in Barzil, it looks like she was an advisor for the Engineering dept at Bama. I wonder if he is planning on being an engineering major. If so, that connects a lot of dots
See it's no longer there, and hear ya on the red. With a rack like that, she can wear whatever damn color she wants, though.I know there are more important parts of that gif but the red has always pissed me off. This seems like a good enough reason to make a grayscale version.
Might be a topic for another thread. But I noticed that and found that odd, that’s a huge discrepancy between ESPN and the other rankings. I never really look at the top 100 recruits so I don’t know if this is something that generally happens but yeah, big discrepancy there.#28 recruit in '19?
Espin should give up on recruit rankings and ratings.
I'll defer to the guys that football recruiting more intimately, but I don't really think ESPN's ranking is egregious. In bball, sure, you have guys that everyone has top 5 or 10, but there are some guys that can vary from top 25 to top 50. It's a little less these days, because there seems to more streamlined information and opinions. But, in the old days when Van Coleman, Bob Gibbons, Clark Francis, Brick Oettinger, etc would put out their own reports, their evaluations could vary significantly. I think CU's Jose Winston was averaged to be a top 100 recruit, bc one of them (I think Coleman) gave him a 51st ranking, while most had him just outside the top 100.Might be a topic for another thread. But I noticed that and found that odd, that’s a huge discrepancy between ESPN and the other rankings. I never really look at the top 100 recruits so I don’t know if this is something that generally happens but yeah, big discrepancy there.