http://espn.go.com/college-football...d-cardinal-face-challenge-maintaining-success I really like this paragraph and Gundy quote from the article: Neither program reached the top with a core of four- and five-star recruits. The danger of success is the temptation to bypass the type of players who made Stanford and Oklahoma State what they are in favor of recruits with faster 40-yard times and better bench presses. "My office doors revolve with coaches coming in and wanting to go to Oregon and Michigan and New Jersey and Florida and everywhere," Gundy said of the recruiting process. "... There's two things that happen: One, it costs too much money, and two, it costs too much time. I could be in Texas and Oklahoma hitting four or five schools in the same amount of time that I can get in one school and try to convince a young man to come get an education and play football at Oklahoma State, and he's 18 hours away from his home."