SEC PWNS the Big Ten!

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  1. Ubiq

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  2. Ubiq

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    Please tell me you don't honestly believe the SEC & Big 10 have squared off nearly 200 times in a bowl game. :eek:
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  3. Eddyc85

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    I'm just quoting from the link. Try to read, I know it's tough. BUT the article I got it from was a pro SEC site (probably why the info was incorrect, they didn't type it correctly, I know, it's tough right?). But here it is again updated.

    If you do that, you will find that, including all current Big Ten schools and all current SEC schools, all-time head to head, the Big Ten holds an extremely narrow 92-91-6 advantage vs. the SEC. See the bottom of SEC vs Everyone.

    http://www.secsportsfan.com/bigtenseccomp.html

    Now read that please, I know, it's tough.
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  4. GoT

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    not gonna get drug too far into this, but Arkansas and South Carolina were NOT SEC until recently. Georgia Tech WAS SEC until like WWII or something like that. Point is gotta go by what the conferecnes were at the time of the bowl game - IMO
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  5. Alex1939

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    Just like it's unfair to say 2 BCS championships came from the ACC, since Miami was part of the BigEast when they won it.
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  6. Ubiq

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    Um, clearly you didn't read your own article. We're talking about bowl games here, bro. Try to follow. I know, it's tough right?

    From your article:

    Thanks to a reader comment below for letting us know that SEC teams are 33-20 vs the Big Ten in bowl games 1930 - 2007.

    Further proves what I posted.

    And as for what GoT posted, do you think it's fair to include the records of SEC teams that weren't SEC teams when the games occurred? Which is what you're doing. If you go by when an SEC representative plays a Big 10 representative, then the SEC leads the Big 10 67-48-2.

    http://www.secsportsfan.com/big-ten-vs-sec-all-time-stats-comments.html
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  7. Eddyc85

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    No, I'm talking about games in general not bowl games. I know you want to talk about just bowl games because it helps your argument but I don't cherry pick the games like you do. I'm using all the games. Mmmkay?
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    You might want to go back and look, but the OP is about BOWL games. The entire thread was about bowl games until you and Gloat decided to "cherry pick" games. If you need help, I'll read it all to you. Just PM me. Mmmkay?
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  9. Ubiq

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    67-48-2. That's the SEC's head-to-head record against the Big 10...even says so in the article that you're using:

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    Like Tuckfro said, you and ol buddy Gloat are the ones cherry picking & reaching for something to be right about.
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  10. The Playmaker

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    5 pages of arguing is pointless since we all know SEC > Big 10 or 12 or whatever they are now
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