Posts Tagged ‘college football recruiting’

College Football Recruiting YouTube Style

Posted by    |    February 3rd, 2012 at 1:57 pm

College Football Recruiting at its Finest

Posted by    |    February 3rd, 2012 at 8:00 am

We will start with the classiest football coach in the SEC, Les Miles.

 

Next, lets take a look at proud family celebrating their son’s decision to play football for…..

The great thing about being a new member of a NCAA college football team is the teamwork and conditioning…

‘Bama wins the 2012 recruiting wars.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-ULoUMJbgxE

The University of Texas ranks second in recruiting. Coach Mack Brown spins his magic on air.

 

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A Booster’s Guide to Tweeting Recruits

Posted by    |    January 29th, 2012 at 10:39 pm

Cletus take the wheel / From our coaches’ hands / Cause they can’t do this on their own.

National Signing Day is within a stone’s throw (that’s six throws if you’re LSU) and it’s your job to steer blue chip recruits to the right school. Twitter serves as an ideal platform for bombarding high school athletes with promises of effortless sex and immediate playing time. You’ve gathered critical intelligence by hanging on every cryptic word a 17-year-old has tweeted since his sophomore year. Just last Wednesday you learned that “avi” is not just a Windows 3.1 video format. Now it’s time to put your obsession to work.

Sample tweet to Arik Armstead

Hypothetical Example

Consider young prospect Yuri Wright who tweeted, “I’m starving and I want some pussy right now.” Would replying with a testimony of your campus’ superior dining facilities and soaring stray cat population influence his school choice? The answer is yes, but don’t get too excited yet. All things that don’t print money for the NCAA must come to an end. Noncompliance threats have made things contentious. Fan bases are divided into factions of helpful tweeters and self-righteous pricks. This guide is intended to resolve the conflict and ferry boosters through murky social networks. (more…)