OK so what do you suggest we do to get a top ten class? Should we ask Herman the night before NSD if he wants to trade? Should we pay off one of the recruiting services to bump our guys, and tell them we really want to win a recruiting championship? Should we discontinue our well established practice of telling recruits what they need to hear, not what they want to hear? (I wonder why they do that?) What's your suggestion? Because my suggestion is that we stay the course, and get incrementally better classes but not worry about getting a top ten class. And keep targeting guys who want to work hard. And keep ending up in the top ten or top five at the end of the year. And hope we continue to defy the odds, and one time hit the year where a small private school makes the CFP. What's your suggestion?