If you think Tom Herman's offense at Houston is a great example of post-modern spread football, you should see how he celebrated finishing his first full-year recruiting class.
Thanks to YouTube, you can.
There's no debating the first year in Houston could hardly have gone better for Herman.
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Fax machines are the subject of a lot of jokes every February, but recruits have had the option of filing electronically for a few years now.
"We're still a bit old school. We kind of like the drama a little bit," Herman said. "We sent them both a paper copy that they could fax and an electronic copy that they could email back.
"Most of the kids chose to fax it, because I'm sure a lot of the coaches are a little bit old school, too. And I don't see that going away too soon, but I imagine eventually it will be a dinosaur in our profession, as it is in every other profession."
Herman's class ranked No. 51 in the nation according to Scout.com, better than 17 Power-5 schools, including six from the ACC and five from the Big Ten.
Five-star defensive tackle Ed Oliver of Houston's Westfield High is the crown jewel of the class.
He is joined by two four-stars in JUCO offensive tackle Na'Ty Rodgers and Bellaire (Texas) High School receiver Courtney Lark.
Houston went 13-1 in Herman's first season, winning the American Athletic Conference and spanking Florida State in the Peach Bowl to close things out.