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This one is tough to call. Both programs recruiting pretty well?
"Turgeon has 3 key guys on current roster - Allen, Dez, and Jake - that have not improved." -Orioleterp
Even though I am a devoted bball fan, I have to go with football. In fact you could argue we are a fball school.
So I told her come over to MySpace so she could let me play with her Twitter and Google on her Facebook.
This upcoming recruiting class for football will determine that. If Edsall and the staff take advantage of the massive amount of local talent available and pull a killer class together, it can set football up for a great run over the next 10 years.
Tar Heel: Maryland term for stepping in Duke
Duke: Maryland term for dog s@#$
9/21/2010...RIP Old IMS.
Wow. This is NOT roomy!
Pic Sigs are for losers.
Hopefully football. It is a cash cow. Being competitive in the B1G AND MAYBE JUST MAYBE by some miracle making the Rose Bowl would be an unbelievable accomplishment. Not to mention I would love to have an excuse to go to Pasadena for the Rose Bowl.
That depends on what you consider being "successful" imo. I think football can be a solid program, but basketball has the opportunity to establish itself as a national power again IMO.
It's not even close. Basketball.
It's all relative. If you were to ask me which program will have a better future in comparison to where it should be as a program, football is the easy answer. Basketball will probably be the better overall program though.
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