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Which BCS programs produce the most NFL talent?

Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by Unleash Hell, Jun 19, 2012.

  1. Unleash Hell

    Unleash Hell Well-Known Member

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    Here is the list by each BCS conference of players going into NFL training camps next month.


    SEC (436 players currently on NFL rosters)
    1. LSU 51
    2. Georgia 48
    3. Alabama 40
    4. Florida 37
    5. Auburn, South Carolina, Tennessee 34
    6. Texas A&M 30
    7. Arkansas 28
    8. Missouri, Ole Miss 24
    9. Kentucky 21
    10. Mississippi St. 19
    11. Vanderbilt 11

    Big 10 (357)
    1. Ohio St. 51
    2. Iowa 42
    3. Penn St. 41
    4. Nebraska 39
    5. Wisconsin 32
    6. Illinois 31
    7. Michigan 30
    8. Purdue 28
    9. Michigan St. 27
    10. Northwestern 16
    11. Minnesota 11
    12. Indiana 9

    Pac-12 (351)
    1. USC 59
    2. CAL 43
    3. Arizona St. 33
    4. Oregon 32
    5. Utah 31
    6. Stanford 30
    7. UCLA 29
    8. Oregon St. 26
    9. Arizona 23
    10. Washington 17
    11. Colorado 16
    12. Washington St. 12

    ACC (336)
    1. Miami, FLa 60
    2. Florida St, North Carolina 37
    3. Maryland 33
    4. Clemson 32
    5. Virginia Tech 29
    6. NC St. 24
    7. Georgia tech, Virginia 22
    8. Wake Forest 14
    9. Duke 4

    Big 12 (224)
    1. Texas 53
    2. Oklahoma 38
    3. Oklahoma St. 26
    4. West Virginia 20
    5. Baylor, Kansas St, TCU 18
    6. Texas Tech 14
    7. Iowa St. 10
    8. Kansas 9

    Big East (184)
    1. Pitt 29
    2. Rutgers 28
    3. Syracuse 25
    4. Louisville 23
    5. Cincinnati 22
    6. Connecticut 20
    7. South Florida 19
    8. Temple 18
     
  2. Buffnik

    Buffnik Real name isn't Nik Club Member Junta Member

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    Temple having more guys in the NFL than CU right now makes me want to puke.
     
  3. Swish

    Swish Half a bubble off Club Member

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    I would have said SC before looking but it doesn't surprise me to see the Canes at the top.
    Truly disappointing to see how far down the list the Buffs are. Not enough talent coming to Boulder toward the last of the Barnett era and all of Hawkins time here.
     
  4. tante

    tante Club Member Club Member

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    Utah is very surprising
     
  5. J.R. Ewing

    J.R. Ewing Club Member Club Member

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    Only 9 BCS programs have less. I mentioned this yesterday, but we also have the 3rd longest bowl drought behind Duke and Wash St.
     
  6. Darian3Hagan

    Darian3Hagan '89 Player of the Year Club Member

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    We have to turn this shift around fast.
     
  7. CVilleBuff

    CVilleBuff Club Member Club Member

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    We've had pretty bad numbers for at least a few years now. Gotta start chipping away at this and climbing the ladder. Doesn't *always* indicate great success on the gridiron (usually does), and obviously helps your recruiting pitch to recruits in a major way.
     
  8. CanadianDuck

    CanadianDuck Well-Known Member

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    For some reason I did not imagine ASU or Utah having that many draft picks and I was also surprised Oregon had so many in the NFL although if I remember correctly most of them are defensive players.
     
  9. Unleash Hell

    Unleash Hell Well-Known Member

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    Iowa and Cal really surprised me. And Oklahoma surprised me with how few. I thought they would have a lot more than that.
     
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