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Trying out Google Docs after seeing shaggybevo post their rankings online. Lets you zoom in (Ctrl +) and zoom out (Ctrl -). On a mac, use Command + and - instead.
Found Naashon's commitment most fitting as he has always had the highest probability even over all the other guys that required an offer to commit. Gotta love this guy.
Had some trouble uploading other worksheets... not sure why. Any experts out there with tips.
Let me know if you like this better. I don't want to maintain both online and on computer...
I'm thinking echeese will like this...
What do you base "net need" on?
First you must calculate 2013-2016 count of scholarships
(2013-2016 count) = (2012-2015 count) - (graduates) - (forecast-attrition)
Net Need = (5 yr Rolling Target) - (2013-2016 count)
I love it... especially because I can see the comments you've added.
As always much appreciated....
I think you should be able to upload your file to Google Docs -- or better yet, keep making the changes online and download a backup once in a while
great. one thing to notice is I've gone ahead and started shifting '12 incoming freshmen over into the second column with the redshirt '11 freshmen because I believe they will contribute. I am trying to be somewhat conservative there...
Things are definitely lookin' up...
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by jjloehr 2 years ago
Thanks for doing this- I really appreciate it. BTW, I really prefer the Google Docs version, it's much more readable.
If I dared forecast for '12 and '13, it's even better. Certainly better as % for both.
Great. I have all these worksheets in a workbook. For some reason GD wont import my entire workbook. I did the very first time I tried, but every since then it has failed on conversion.
So all I'm listing there now is the pipeline. I have a few other files that'd be good to be up there too. If you or any other know the quick tips to making Excel 2003 files work with GD, please share. It'll be a few weeks before I have the extra time to dig into all of that...
It's just atrocious to look at what happened 2006-2009 with offensive recruiting.
I was the worst one, two, three, and four year spans in Mack's tenure here.
Great job very easy on the eyes!
I really appreciate the effort you put in to this!
I'm sure you enjoy doing this but it's a great read for us. Thanks for spending the time and effort, makes things easier for us.
I second this sentiment as I'm sure many others do as well.
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