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Pipelines

Discussion in 'Open Discussion (Work-safe)' started by BucksinFL, Jan 8, 2005.

  1. BucksinFL

    BucksinFL Buckeye fan for life.....

    Time to get excited, men. A few big name recruits could lead to a few surprises for OSU. Down the road, I mean in recruiting. JT is opening pipelines all the way out to cali...
     
  2. bobcat84

    bobcat84 Freshman

    "pipelines" I thought meant a continuous flow of recruits from a particular area..(Glenville/Middletown/Centerville to OSU)...Osu has gotten Ryan Williams from Cali, he is originally from Washington CH,Oh. Not sure if you can lump Cali in with your "pipeline" statement. Let's see what happens in 'o6. I hope OSU makes an effort on West Coast kids.
     
  3. BucksinFL

    BucksinFL Buckeye fan for life.....

    Well, I know what you are saying and you are absolutely right that I shouldn't jump to conclusions. I just believe that JT is attempting to open pipelines out west in order to steal a player here and there from the west coach.
     
  4. BuckPride

    BuckPride Newbie

    Bobcat84....If you look at most of the out of state recruitment/verbals to ANY program you will usually see some type of family connection etc. It can be alot of things...High School coach is from that state, relatives live close by in that state, Mom , Dad or family member was an alumni.

    I wouldn't diminish Ohio States recruiting accomplishments because Williams once lived in Ohio. With the exception of maybe USC (and that can be debated because most of their recruits do come from CA), you can find some type of previous tie going back to that state.

    Thats recruiting!
     

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