There's no way anybody is that idiotic unless he's a kid. I've been watching this guy's garbage for a year; same old thing with absolutely no details. He whips out the old tired picture of our idiot running back (I can't even remember his name now) with the cash in his hand. This guy brings delusion to a new level.
There's no way this guy is a real coot. Says the most dumbchit stuff on each and every post to the point where you gotta believe it's a scok handle of some anti-coot trying to make the coots look dumber than they already look by pretending to be one of them.
I love the guy that says "tide will change, it always will." Change to what? It has changed. Changed back to what always has been. They are back to where their history says they should be. Bottom feeders. And Clemson is back to where they belong, on top. These are the days fellas that we knew were coming during their little run of success, and I'm loving every second of it.
And of course the usual Clemson Conspiracy Theory courtesy of SportsSuites...err, SpursUpGunsOut, sorry.
Here's our finishes and recruiting classes over the last 6 years, by the way, which would encompass every possible player who just played a part in Clemson's national championship: 2016-2017: Finished #1 (14-1, National Champions_...on par for #17 recruiting class 2015-2016: Finished #2 (14-1)...#6 overall recruiting class 2014-2015: Finished #15 (10-3)...#4 overall recruiting class 2013-2014: Finished #7 (11-2)...#13 overall recruiting class 2012-2013: Finished #9 (11-2)...#14 overall recruiting class 2011-2012: Finished #22 (10-4)...#14 overall recruiting class
Yeah, there's some really disproportionate numbers in there, people. Clemson has averaged the has won three ACC titles in the last six seasons, and compiled a record of 70-13 in that span, along with two Orange Bowl wins, a Fiesta Bowl win, and a National Title. Over the last 6 years, then, Clemson has been #2 nationally in wins per year...but we were only averaging just over 11th nationally (11.3333) in average recruiting class. We managed to win a natty by putting together two #14 overall classes, a #13, a #4, and the #6 class in the country. At no point did Clemson ever rank higher than fourth nationally in recruiting ranking.
In other words, we're winning better - a lot better - than we're recruiting.
Obviously, we shouldn't have gotten near the national title with on-paper classes like that. Clearly, our recruits turned into (substantially) better players than the recruiting services credited.
Again, though, that's about development, not recruiting. Three-star guys turning into first-rounders, which is something altogether different...and obviously something that the tiny brain of SportsSuites...er, SpursUpGunsOut, sorry, keep forgetting - cannot comprehend.
Easier to just keep grumpin' about the NewSpring Illuminati.