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  1. Deuce Wayne

    Deuce Wayne Damnit, I cant find my driving moccasins anywhere!

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    Because their bottom feeders are as good as their supposed "good" teams.
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  2. Yossarian

    Yossarian I am Him.

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    denial is the first step my friend... you'll see one day
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  3. Deuce Wayne

    Deuce Wayne Damnit, I cant find my driving moccasins anywhere!

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    The Pac10 is the best conference today. SEC is still riding their success from 10 years ago. The bias may have you thinking otherwise, but take the home-team conference blinders off and look at it.
    I don't like a single team in the pac 10, but they're better than the SEC.
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  4. Yossarian

    Yossarian I am Him.

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    10 years ago.. what?..

    2006 - Florida last year was given no chance(sound familiar?) to even play in the National Championship and then luckily USC lost and the best team in the land was allowed to destory a Big 10 school and show the nation what SEC football is about


    2004 - Auburn goes undefeated and is shafted out of the national championship game (+1 system would have been nice to have around)

    2003 - LSU coNational champions(wtf, cochampions is oxymoronic).. should have been allowed to face USC(which hopefully a +1 system will allow in the future) and beat them to show how dominating that team was that year (Addai, Bowe, Michael Clayton, Skyler Green, Randall Gay, LaRon Landry, Matt Mauck)


    to say the SEC isn't the best conference in the land is one thing, to say they are "still riding" their success from 10 years prior is just ignorant
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  5. Deuce Wayne

    Deuce Wayne Damnit, I cant find my driving moccasins anywhere!

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    10 years ago they were dominant. Today they're only good when playing each other.
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  6. dg1979us

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    You cant be serious. Go look at the bowl records last year, and especially compare the Big 10 to the SEC. And also keep in mind the top 2 big ten teams were embarrassed in their bowl games, while the top 2 SEC teams rolled. Your argument is ridiculous and honestly makes me wonder how much you really keep up with college football. I kind of hope OSU runs the table and plays LSU this year, because it would be another embarassment for OSU and the big 10.

    ANd just so you dont have to look it up. The SEC was 6-3 in bowl games last year. That was the best record of any of the BCS conferences. The Big 10 was 2-5, the Pac 10 3-3.
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  7. Hoffa

    Hoffa Not Family?Then freak you you freakin' freak

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    I agree with everything you said up to there, but Big East was 5-0, the best bowl record of the BCS conferences.

    Maybe Big 10 vs SEC deserves it's own thread? I haven't joined here because I see someone with a blind prejudice against the SEC, not offering any logical points.
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  8. dg1979us

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    You are correct, I forgot to include them with the BCS conferences.
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  9. Hoffa

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    That's easy to do, a lot of people don't think they deserve to be a BCS conference.
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  10. dg1979us

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    I think they are getting better though. To be honest, after the SEC and Pac 10, I think the Big east has a pretty reasonable argument in being considered the 3rd best conference this season. Im not sure they are quite as good as the Big 10, but they arent far behind, at least this season.
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