Tulane Football Camp May 27th

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I hope we find some great talent at these camps for another outstanding recruiting class.
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Thu Apr 05, 2018 8:54 am

We can thank Ed Orgeron for his participation in our camp. They'll be kids coming in far and wide that otherwise would not have. I hope LSU football prospers under their current staff who sees value in directing talent (particularly in-state), towards us rather than their SEC and Big 12 rivals.
Let us hope that we once again become the default second school in recruiting Louisiana talent.
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Thu Apr 05, 2018 2:27 pm

wave97 wrote:We can thank Ed Orgeron for his participation in our camp. They'll be kids coming in far and wide that otherwise would not have. I hope LSU football prospers under their current staff who sees value in directing talent (particularly in-state), towards us rather than their SEC and Big 12 rivals.
Let us hope that we once again become the default second school in recruiting Louisiana talent.
Personally, I'm not a fan of the shared camps with LSU, but, if Tulane signs another solid recruiting class in 2018, I will be a believer as that would be a game changer.

On way off topic subjects, ESPN predicts LSU will win 6 games in the 2018 regular season, and, if Tulane could win at least 1 more game than LSU in the same season, that could be another game changer.
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Aberzombie1892 wrote:
wave97 wrote:We can thank Ed Orgeron for his participation in our camp. They'll be kids coming in far and wide that otherwise would not have. I hope LSU football prospers under their current staff who sees value in directing talent (particularly in-state), towards us rather than their SEC and Big 12 rivals.
Let us hope that we once again become the default second school in recruiting Louisiana talent.
Personally, I'm not a fan of the shared camps with LSU, but, if Tulane signs another solid recruiting class in 2018, I will be a believer as that would be a game changer.

On way off topic subjects, ESPN predicts LSU will win 6 games in the 2018 regular season, and, if Tulane could win at least 1 more game than LSU in the same season, that could be another game changer.
I agree. Playing well against and defeating the p5 teams on our future ooc schedule will go far in waking up the locals to the transformation happening uptown.
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