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View PostTider27, on 07 April 2014 - 07:10 PM, said:

LSU was "historically" a contender? I mean sure they have better history than SC but come on. You guys act like your school was a shat hole before spurrier came in. Once SC joined the SEC you guys had a chance to reach the top, we all know that.

But anyway, my only point is Saban competed before his ridiculous talent was at every position. Everything else is debatable, because even though Bama had a little nice talent, it wasn't known until Saban brought in ONE class with them.

…dude, our program highlight for 30 years was being ranked #2 and losing to Navy. We were not very good.
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We do have talent. It took keeping the other big schools from coming into SC and taking the Stephon Gilmore's, Alshon Jefferys, Marcus Lattimores, and Jadeveon Clowney type players out of state but rest assured we aren't getting half the raw talent that Bama, LSU, UGA, and other big schools around the country get. Our coaching staff is doing a excellent job of coaching up lesser talent that is keeping us winning games.

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Look at last years class as a reference.

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View PostWeCocky8806, on 07 April 2014 - 07:34 PM, said:

Look at last years class as a reference.
Are you talking about the 2013 or 2014 class? Both are pretty solid at 16, I would take that any day.
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View PostWeCocky8806, on 07 April 2014 - 07:34 PM, said:

Look at last years class as a reference.
According to Rivals in 2013 and 2014, y'all had 18 four stars compared to our three.

Edited by Mizzou_Fan, 07 April 2014 - 07:37 PM.

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For SC it is very solid when you realize we don't have any titles to our name but I'm saying its not near the level saban is pulling in. In my opinion with saban as coach and the level of talent Bama brings in every year there isn't a excuse to why they shouldn't win it every single year.

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View PostWeCocky8806, on 07 April 2014 - 03:05 PM, said:

Find out how good a coach he really is when he doesn't have unlimited 4* and 5* star players to work with.

Yeah, because we had an unlimited supply of 4 and 5 star players recruited here under Mike Shula. So did LSU under Gerry DiNardo.

Saban isn't Larry Coker. The reason we have an unlimited supply of 4-5 stars is because HE elevated the program to that level to bring those guys in.
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For the poll, I'll go with Pinkel. Now THAT'S a coach who gets the most out of his resources.
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I agree 100% on Pinkel. It would be a toss up between he and Saban for sure. I'm perfectly happy with Spurrier though.
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I'll post the obligatory Saban but I'm quite happy with Pinkel.
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Go look at the 2006 class on up. Saban became head coach in 2007 if I remember right. The talent has been rolling in deep @ Bama since 2006

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Saban old. Spurrier old. Give me the young dude. Even though he is an adulterer (not as much stigma as it used to be but I don't trust cheaters).

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View PostARfanNmem, on 07 April 2014 - 07:53 PM, said:

Saban old. Spurrier old. Give me the young dude. Even though he is an adulterer (not as much stigma as it used to be but I don't trust cheaters).
Who's the young dude?
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View PostWeCocky8806, on 07 April 2014 - 07:46 PM, said:

Go look at the 2006 class on up. Saban became head coach in 2007 if I remember right. The talent has been rolling in deep @ Bama since 2006

You're saying Saban couldn't take South Carolina to a BCS bowl within 2-3 years of arriving?

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It would take Saban 5 years at least if he took over right after the Clemson brawl in 2004.
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