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> 2017 and >/= 2018, 2016, 2014 , but < 2015, 2013. by NDCuse
Year 247Sports Pts. Rivals Pts. Rivals Star Avg.
2013 284.77 2893 3.92
2014 260.44 2211 3.52
2015 267.79 2423 3.54
2016 249.43 2289 3.57
2017 251.32 2144 3.33
2018 268.86 2380 3.44
2019 258.56 2274 3.55
I don't like Kelly. I don't want Kelly. 2012 and 2018 are his peak. We should've canned him in 2016 or long before. But if more of the same means that we string together several consecutive 10+ win seasons so the job is as attractive as possible when it open up, I'm for it and I will enjoy wins over Michigan and SC along the way.
How many programs are currently better positioned than ND?
Bama, Clemson, Ohio State, UGA, OU. That's about it.