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Discussion in 'Other Sports' started by Tuckfro42, Sep 1, 2012.
Every year the team to beat comes from the SEC SEC SEC.
Every year if you started watching football 5 years ago.
And... every year they get busted for violating NCAA rules. Florida is still the only champion that didn't so far from the SEC.
so does every other school...
Yeah, good point on Florida and Bowling Green. They are on the decline. South Carolina probably isn't that good these days either, and I suppose the same can go for Georgia.
As for Bama and LSU:
I'm sorry, apparently you missed Foster nailing a 51-yard field goal against your team. And apparently you didn't watch the National Championship Part 1 last year, because it was really the same as the NC part 2, only Alabama missed most of their field goals and had a few flukey plays that gave LSU the ball in field goal range. But Alabama's defense still ate them up, and Alabama still moved up the field on them, Bama just couldn't hit their field goals at the time.
That stat is highly skewed.
10 of those wins came against Vanderbilt.
ya'll be sure to tune into ESPN tonight if you wanna see the real top ranked team in action
they replaying the Tennessee NC State game?
Well, if you would read my post, i didn't say they would I said they could. Geno Smith threw for 463 yards on LSU last year. Holgerson's (WVU head coach) offenses are always much better the second season he coaches them. This is his second season as WVU coach.
...Is Vanderbilt not in the SEC?
If you're going to ramble about your "conference pride", you don't get to say "Oh, but that team- they don't count".
Their defense ate them up because LSU's qb shut their entire team down.
A high school's d would have shut Jefferson (whatever his name is) down. Worst QB to ever play in an NC game.