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Just wanted to get everyone's opinion on this one. So I'll ask three questions in order to do so.
1. What do you think it takes (quantitative requirements) to be considered a dynasty?
2. What teams in College Football do think have attained that status to support question #1?
3. Do you think of this era in Alabama Football as a dynasty?
As far as myself... I do think that we are a dynasty. I will post my own reasons why I think so later on. What's your take?
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The main thing that made me bring this up is potential recruiting pitches. You know that every school has em. Early playing time, position, championships, draft potential, etc. But how many teams can truly say to a recruit, "COME BE PART OF A DYNASTY?" Not many.
This post was edited by BigBadJohn on 3/30/2012 at 11:56 AM
Personally,I believe the definition of dynasty would include a broader spectrum than just what happens on one game on one day in one year.Too many variables affect the outcome.
It should include recruitingclasses,game attendance,Money/profit generated from the program,etc.
I vote us either a dynasty,whether fledging,or not, or,mighty close based on all factors.
This post was edited by Fast Eddie2 on 3/30/2012 at 12:37 PM
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