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Charlotte 49Ers Going Back Home To C-Usa

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#49 Niner National

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Posted 08 May 2012 - 07:36 AM

Tensor I will agree that it was time for Lutz to go. In all honesty, the move was probably two years passed due. However, I disagree that Major is a good recruiter. And that may or may not be related to me being a Carolina fan and I'm just used to a top 5 recruiting class every year and accustomed to McDonalds All Americans going in and out of Chapel Hill. Carolina just lost basically it's starting 5 and they still have 5 McDonalds AA on the roster next season.

Do you truly think UNCC has improved since Lutz was fired?

Like I said bro I respect Majors for kicking that fat POS Spears off the team but I just don't think he is a NCAA HC.

Also, the CUSA move should help tremendously. They should of never left in the first place but I think a lot of that move was due to circumstances out of their control.

Yeah, you really can't compare a recruiting class at a school like Charlotte against Chapel Hill.

If you look at the kinds of players schools in the A10/MWC/CAA/MVC/CUSA recruit, Charlotte has been among the best since Major arrived.

CUSA shouldn't really impact recruiting negatively. In fact, it may help us because most of the players we target these days are in NC and Georgia. CUSA schools are a lot closer to home than A10 schools.

As for football recruiting, I think Charlotte will be an attractive destination for transfers for the 2014 season. They can transfer in for 2014 and since Charlotte will still be FCS, they'll be able to play immediately. Then in 2015, they'll be back in FBS. If they transfer to another FBS school, they'll have to sit a year. I'm no football player, but in my mind playing FCS > sitting on the bench for a year, but maybe players won't see it that way.

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Posted 08 May 2012 - 07:41 AM

Yeah like I said FB at UNCC is going to be very successful. Totally agree about the transfer thing.

I honestly see UNCC being a FB school within 5 years with hoops taking a big time back seat. UNCC soccer, baseball, golf are already top notch so basketball has it's work cut out for them.

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Posted 23 May 2012 - 03:55 AM

i also think the football team can be very successful, there is so much talent around the area, if we can get some of the local kids to stay in football and basketball for that matter we can build a solid program quickly.

great point about the transfers rule, if i was looking to trasnfer that would be a huge draw for me. i have a friend that already has transferred back home to play for the team, taking a redshirt next yr. he will be a redshirt soph.