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1 minute ago, UNT Texas Hooligan said:

Guess he wants no part of the SEC. Much better chance of being relevant in the Pac-12

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3 minutes ago, UNT Texas Hooligan said:

I don't get it at all.  He's in a situation where he's in the 4-team playoff more years than not.  Now he's going somewhere that hasn't really been nationally relevant in years, but they expect a coach to compete for national championships?  Surely the A.D. at OU didn't suggest that he might want to move on?

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8 minutes ago, Mean Green 93-98 said:

I don't get it at all.  He's in a situation where he's in the 4-team playoff more years than not.  Now he's going somewhere that hasn't really been nationally relevant in years, but they expect a coach to compete for national championships?  Surely the A.D. at OU didn't suggest that he might want to move on?

Could be arrogance.  Maybe he thinks the winning and prestige will follow him to USC, but he gets to live in California instead of Oklahoma.  

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9 minutes ago, Mean Green 93-98 said:

I don't get it at all.  He's in a situation where he's in the 4-team playoff more years than not.  Now he's going somewhere that hasn't really been nationally relevant in years, but they expect a coach to compete for national championships?  Surely the A.D. at OU didn't suggest that he might want to move on?

He’s about to be in the SEC West. Competing against Oregon and Stanford for top recruits and playoff spots is a hell of a lot easier than Georgia and Bama. 

oh, and I think OU currently holds three or four five star commitments from Southern California…

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1 minute ago, CaribbeanGreen said:

He’s about to be in the SEC West. Competing against Oregon and Stanford for top recruits and playoff spots is a hell of a lot easier than Georgia and Bama. 

They said similar things about A&M, but they haven't done worse in the SEC than they did in the Big 12.

And OU's been competing against Georgia and Bama (and USC and Oregon) for playoff spots and recruits, and they've done aight.

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25 minutes ago, UNT Texas Hooligan said:

I wonder how close he is with Harrell. They obviously come from the same system. May be a chance Graham is retained as QB coach at least.

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21 minutes ago, Mean Green 93-98 said:

I don't get it at all.  He's in a situation where he's in the 4-team playoff more years than not.  Now he's going somewhere that hasn't really been nationally relevant in years, but they expect a coach to compete for national championships?  Surely the A.D. at OU didn't suggest that he might want to move on?

That all changes in the SEC.

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