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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Tom Luginbill
Boise State has closed the last three seasons ranked no worse than 11th in the AP Top 25.
"If you asked me the single best thing Chris Petersen and his staff do, it's evaluate talent," said Tom Luginbill, ESPN's recruiting analyst. "Forget the coaching on the field, those guys, whatever their model, whatever their blueprint ... whatever they're looking for, their ability to project two to three years down the road and be right more often than wrong in my opinion is a very unique and special talent, and they've got it."
"There is an assumption because their classes aren't ranked they are recruiting bad players and they all of a sudden are magically coaching them into being good players," Luginbill said. "That's not how it works. They are recruiting good players."