Discussion in 'NCAA Football' started by jello1717, Jun 16, 2013.
No love for Cuse haha! I guess that's about fair!
I'm just happy as hell that the Illini (my '14 OD team) is a . I was positive that they'd be a .
Penn State a team still? Wow. Was hoping they'd be tougher to rebuild.
Minnesota was spelt wrong. He put missesota
I'm almost feeling guilty of having a 5 star team. I may try to switch, don't know yet
Wish they capped how many 6 stars there could be more. Seeing Oklahoma and USC at a 6 star is bullshit. Oklahoma is a little debatable but USC is an absolute joke
where is iowa state lol
Aren't there more than 124 teams in the game this year?
Aren't they tied for the second most national championships behind only Alabama? I believe they have as many as Michigan and Notre Dame, which sounds like a 6-star to me. They might be dirty and run by a fool but they have won a ton of rings over the years.
But I see prestige in this game as RECENT success. Recently, they aren't good. That's how it's figured out in game. So why not as a starting point?
True, but if we look at it that way Stanford is the biggest joke of them all. Their only national title coming in 1926 yet still a 6-star? Please...
I added prestiges to my spreadsheet and see that he missed ISU and KSU.
How is Stanford 6 stars?????
Penn St being ranked that high is ridiculous. Look at how many guys transferred OUT!
Boise St being 5 stars is silly too. Maybe the year after they beat OU in a BCS bowl, but IDK about all that.
FSU has had top 5 recruiting class the last 2 years and still only a 5 star?
Now to see which 1-star program I want to make into a powerhouse after a ton of work.
I don't believe "spelt" is a word.
By that logic, Army should be at least a 4 star with their three national championships.
It's a redneck word
Sounds like Iowa State and Kansas State are in their own football league this season.
USC has won titles since WWII. It's not like USC made all their history half a century or more ago. The bias against them clouds judgement of where they rank.
EDIT: 1946 = post WWII = Army's last nat'l championship. If we're being pedantic.
Given the absolute shit show of a season they just had, their lack of direction from a head coach that hasn't won anything, etc. I don't think it's unreasonable for someone to say that under a system with a limited amount of 6 stars, that USC would not be one of them.
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