Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by 77buff, Feb 3, 2009.
There was another thread like this a few weeks back... I think successful seasons correlate to top recruiting classes, more than recruiting classes correlate to championships, as just as much. (Example: See Notre Dame & Michigan--as recruiting classes that didn't mean **** without wins.)
Get your facts straight, this years national champion never even cracked the top 40
Well that completely makes absolutely no sense at all. Hell of a post!:huh:
Makes sense if you're a believer that Utah was the true champ
I'm not... Utah had a good season, the Gods spoke and they didn't win. Its not fair but neither is life.
I'm sure Florida will give them the trophy.:thumbsup:
One less is no Big Deal. Utah played a much tougher schedule too. Getting back to the recruiting - at the end of next season - the final top 10 will include most of the recruiting Top 10. There will be very few exceptions.
They are the national champs, no question, they DID win it!
Doesn't matter, Utes won it
Undefeated... It's kind of like having more points at the end of the game but undefeated encompasses the entire season.
Utah the BCS and AP champs.... sure they are.... :rofl2:
recruiting success does relate to success on the field of play and continued success year in and year out does provide the rewards of playing in championship games, whether conference or on the national level...
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