Discussion in 'College Recruiting' started by gkrent, Jan 25, 2019.
That was his list before pac 12 schedules released. Refresh your twitter feeed...plenty of pac12
Get ahold of yourself.
NCAA WoSo 2019 Hardest Overall SOS
Florida St & Arkansas
Stanford & Washington
North Carolina & Alabama
West Virginia & Wake Forest
Nebraska, Penn St, USC, Kansas, & NC State
Boston College & Iowa St
Arizona & TCU
Since no one has played a game yet, how do they determine "hardest"?
That's all well and good, but if they knew you only played Division II teams and one crappy Division I team in the spring, I doubt that they will sweat much. Most people don't talk about original recruits and rebuilding, unless of course you're the new coach on here bragging.
Fake news. You know that people can look up his twitter account and see the truth. Why do you bother lying? Your kids team got their assess handed to them by UCLA right in front of you and your coach brought in a lot of players because they know that they are going to be much worse this year! Stop with your lies @CaliKlines !!!
You are like fucking Trump. You lie just hoping that people are too lazy to look for themselves..
That is more @CaliKlines lies and fake news!! Does this surprise you? Remember that ass whooping that UCLA delivered them after they lucked into a PK win over Santa Clara. Cali would say that they dominated Santa Clara and the score of UCLA should have been like 5-5 instead of 5-0...
He would much rather show you stuff from before the PAC 12 teams released their schedules. He is a clear liar and is showing it to you....
My player wasn't cleared to play until almost 12 months to the day from her injury, although she had to have two separate surgeries 6 weeks apart (MCL then ACL) so that added to the recovery time.
Cleared meaning, cleared to play in games or cleared to train with contact?
UCLA's academic year starts late, right @MAP? late Sept? Seems like would be a nice perk for the players to be able to just focus on soccer the first month. Any other PAC12 or other schools discussed on this board similarly start classes later in the year?
A number of the pac12 schools are on the quarter system (so later start and finish in mid June). Stanford is one.
The Oregon schools and UW are quarter schools I think. And the remainder are semester.
Correct. As was already stated, UCLA, Stanford, UDub and the Oregon schools are on the quarter system so the players don’t start classes until league play begins the last week of September.
It is a huge advantage to not have classes until almost halfway through the season. I used to love it when I played football because you could just focus on your sport.
Cleared to play. In the 4-6 weeks leading up to that first game she was practice no contact, then light contact then full. Had to pass the Powers test before she was cleared to play in games. Missed the first 6 or so non-conference games.
To be perfectly honest, she wasn’t 100% the whole season even after she came back but looked better late. Unfortunately we didn’t make the post season but she worked her a$$ off in the winter and hit spring shot out of a cannon. Some of the best soccer I’ve ever seen her play.
Her Bay Area fans are PSYCHED to watch her back on the pitch!
She's a baller.
I look forward to see what the Waves have this season.
I'll get up and watch a couple games for sure.
I’m counting on it Brother!
So I just picked my kid up from the airport and my player just told me that $C lost their best player to an Achilles injury during the spring and another player that is a contributor too. I am bummed because they are both sweet kids.
Achilles rupture is horrible. I think one third of the players that rupture an achilles NEVER return to their sport. Hopefully it isn't a ruptured tendon.
Two of my friends retired from the NFL due to that exact injury. I hope that she comes back as good as new, she really is a great kid with a wonderful family.