Best Pro Pipeline?

Discussion in 'College Football & the NFL Draft' started by Goldensilence, May 13, 2010.

  1. Goldensilence

    Goldensilence hipster elite

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    Thought it was kind of interesting that ESPN recently did a bracket style contest for the best college that has produced NFL talent over the past 39 years or so.

    I thought this was an excellent topic and thought it'd fun to debate over and maybe do our own board bracket.

    What team do you think and what's your argument?
     
  2. Texan4Ever

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    I would have to say in the top would be:

    1.) Miami (FL)

    2.) Ohio State

    3.) Michigan

    4.) USC

    5.) Texas
     
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    I seen it they don't have OU or UT on there. Whoever wrote the bracket up don't know what they are doing. IMO these are the teams that should be on: Oklahoma, Texas and Michigan. Who should be left off: Okla. St., Nebraska and Arizona St.

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  4. Kaiser Toro

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    Good topic, but I would just guess

    1) USC

    2) Oklahoma

    3) Alabama

    4) Georgia

    5) Florida State

    Miami, UT, LSU, OSU and Michigan would be close
     
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    well if we just look at the Texans current roster & go by best player my vote would look something like this-

    1. Miami (FL) - Andre Johnson

    2. Alabama - DeMeco Ryans/Kareem Jackson

    3. USC - Brian Cushing

    4. Virginia - Matt Schaub

    5. N.C. State - Mario Williams
     

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