UH 2024 Recruiting

I’d say about 65 . The last 4 ( 20,21,22,23) years we finished 73, 79, 53 and on 22 it was 48.

I hear ya. I just figured someone like a Tulsa, Sam Houston, etc would at least pick them up.

During the Spring portal opening I foresee more help on the DL.
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The last three games we could not stop the run. Ideally we will dominate the OL and DL.

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My Texas friend said this was a huge get. He recruited Tevondre Sweat.

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Most are saying he’s a hell of a recruiter. At Wyoming, he was over all Texas recruiting.

Can’t wait for Giles to get a season under his belt with UH. Hopefully, he can attract some transfers to UH in the April transfer period this year. That would be a nice bonus.

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This coaching staff is going to be “Salty”,if you know what I mean!
Go Coogs !

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Like a salt lick?

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Oh dear…

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Get your mind out of the gutter :roll_eyes:

:point_down::point_down::point_down::point_down::point_down::point_down::point_down::point_down::point_down:

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Best BBQ in Texas in my backyard, because it’s done with love.:blush:

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Best BBQ spot in Texas…even though its fame has hurt it, over the last few decades, IMHO

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My view of BBQ is that there is no bad BBQ, only some are better the others. Salt Lick is good along with Black’s and Smitty’s in Lockhart, TX. Snows BBQ in Lexington is top notch. I was disappointed in “The King” Jerry Mikeska’s BBQ restaurant in Columbus.

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No bad bbq you say? :sunglasses:

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Oh! You started something now.:rofl:

Is that Lincoln’s?

Uh…maybe not.

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Yes sir! Still haven’t seen a drier brisket.

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Dude made jerky.

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Everyone should try PitViper down in El Campo at least once.

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