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RE: SEC: The continued Bama/SEC outrage over UCF's Natty proves smart marketing
(02-04-2018 11:14 AM)Doglando Wrote:  
(02-04-2018 11:12 AM)firmbizzle Wrote:  
(02-04-2018 10:40 AM)sfink16 Wrote:  Quick look at the 247 recruiting site and notice that UCF picked up a couple more mid to high 3 star commits, including a 6'3", 330 lbs. DT and high 3 star WR. Of course they did fall behind a little bit when Frost left and took the staff and are playing catch up.

It's hard to recruit when 16/22 starters return. The new staff beefed up the OLs & DLs, you can never have enough of those guys.

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The only losses I have on my list are Tre'Quan, Akins, Shaquem, Pittman, Guerad and Mike Huuuuuuuuughes. Am I missing somebody?
02-05-2018 12:40 PM
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