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Subject: Re: FSU poaches oregon's coach....
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Subject: Re: FSU poaches oregons coach....
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On Tuesday, December 5, 2017 at 8:15:03 PM UTC-6, dnrapp wrote:
> On Tuesday, December 5, 2017 at 2:44:49 PM UTC-8, michael anderson wrote:
> > FSU fans arent exactly thrilled about him, but it could be worse I guess....
> > 
> > definately an upgrade for the Taggart, although FSU is not a 1a job in many ways it is better
than Oregon.
> If the former FSU coach said the facilities are one of the reasons he left. Imagine what the new
FSU coach will think about them coming from the school with the best facilities.

I think Texas A&M have the best facilities I've heard.  Regardless, the recruiting advantages FSU
has over Oregon(which have the potential to be massive) are far more important than anything else....

also keep in mind that when talking about facilities,one component of that(in addition to the weight
rooms and the football lounges and practice facilty and all that) is the stadium itself, and
oregon's is underwhelming.  I dont doubt that the rest of their facilities are great though.  still,
the potential recruiting advantages at FSU vs Oregon way overshadows that....