Super Bowl Helps recruiting ???

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  1. TexasTigers

    TexasTigers Are You With Me ?

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    Did you guys notice how the only college mentioned last night by Madden and Summerall (sp?) was LSU.

    Twice they mentioned LSU. Once when I think it was a mistake. He said the guy that replaced the hurt OL. I cannot remember his name because I dont think he ever played at LSU.
    Summerall said "PLayed his college football at near by LSU"

    Then when Kevin Faulk had that big gain that set the pats up for a TD and first down.
    He said. "Kevin Faulk, also for Louisiana State University"

    Not once did I hear another college mentioned I could be wrong but I thought it was cool.


    Geaux Tigers.
     
  2. chuck

    chuck Freshman

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    I've always though it was cool when pro players wear their college stuff during interviews. I've noticed a bunch of St. Louis guys (Holt and whatshisname from Nebraska) wearing NCSTate and Husker gear . .
     
  3. TexasTigers

    TexasTigers Are You With Me ?

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    I agree chuck. I always like when someone from Ohio State says.

    Joey Galloway - The Ohio State university.


    Kevin Faulk was wearing and LSU hat once I thought was nice.

    You can spot Shaq from time to time wearing LSU stuff.

    I remember the greatest Athelete of all time and one of my heros
    Bo Jackson from your institution would wear AU stuff.

    That is cool.

    Did you hear one of the Rams players say. "They are on scholarship too... I mean they get paid too.." Must still think he is college. !!
     
  4. NMTiger

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    I normally don't care much for the MFL or the Superbowl. Hwever, I am very happy for Kevin. He was a great Tiger and I am glad he has found his way onto a successful NFL program.
     

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