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  • bambam
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    Originally posted by Texas
    Talking bout schools with a ton of great running backs.
    No debate USC is #1 there. Penn State may approach with the # of great linebackers, but not running backs.

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  • Texas
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    Talking bout schools with a ton of great running backs.

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  • schigh
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    Stanford

    Jim Plunkett - 2 super bowl wins

    John Elway - 2 super bowl wins

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  • BisonHurdler
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    Originally posted by Texas
    Let's see Penn State had....

    Franco Harris
    Kijana Carter
    Lydell Mitchell
    Lenny Moore
    Blair Thomas
    Larry Johnson
    Curt Warner

    Hmmm?


    Kerry Collins wasn't a horrible player . . . guess we're just talking ground attack?

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  • Texas
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    Let's see Penn State had....

    Franco Harris
    Kijana Carter
    Lydell Mitchell
    Lenny Moore
    Blair Thomas
    Larry Johnson
    Curt Warner

    Hmmm?

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  • bad hammy
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    When I think of the University of Chicago I think of three things:

    1. Rick Wolhuter

    2. Frank Lloyd Wright's Robie House ( http://www.koutayba.com/flw/architectur ... house.html )

    3. The work of Fermi. On Dec. 2, 1942, under the abandoned west stands of Stagg Field, the first controlled nuclear reaction occurred. Essential step on the way to the a-bomb.

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  • tafnut
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    (wiki, again)

    The University of Chicago's football teams (nicknamed the Monsters of the Midway at the time) were among the best in the country, winning seven Big Ten Conference titles from 1899 to 1924, including a national championship in 1905 while playing at Stagg Field. The University is also one of only a few schools to be undefeated in football against the University of Notre Dame. In 1935, Chicago's Jay Berwanger was the winner of the first-ever Heisman Trophy. The following year, Berwanger also became the first player to be drafted by the National Football League.

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  • Pego
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    Originally posted by tafnut
    Originally posted by Pego
    When it comes to Nobel prizes, the University of Chicago has no peers.

    http://www-news.uchicago.edu/resources/nobel/
    Wiki says Cambridge has one more. :-)

    [not to mention that UoC's football team ain't looking so hot!]
    Once upon a time, when the dinosaurs populated the Earth, they were members of the Big 10. Doesn't seem real, does it?

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  • tafnut
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    Originally posted by Pego
    When it comes to Nobel prizes, the University of Chicago has no peers.

    http://www-news.uchicago.edu/resources/nobel/
    Wiki says Cambridge has one more. :-)

    [not to mention that UoC's football team ain't looking so hot!]

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  • Pego
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    When it comes to Nobel prizes, the University of Chicago has no peers.

    http://www-news.uchicago.edu/resources/nobel/

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  • tafnut
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    I'll go

    1 Harvard
    2 Yale
    3 Princeton
    4 Stanford
    5 Penn
    6 Duke
    7 Cal Tech
    8 MIT
    9 Columbia
    10 Dartmouth
    . . .
    37 USC

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  • Helen S
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    Princeton. For people who contributed to the betterment of society.

    (My apologies- I am in a smarmy mood lately.)

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  • Texas
    started a topic What school can compare to...

    What school can compare to...

    ..this?

    Reggie Bush
    Lendale White
    Sam "Bam" Cunningham
    O.J.Simpson
    Anthony Davis
    Clarence Davis
    Charles White
    Mike Garrett
    Marcus Allen
    Ricky Bell

    Hmmm?
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