You mentioned Alabama winning 7 of the last 9 vs Auburn. But UGA has won 9 of the last 11.And don't forget LSU won 7 of the last 10Auburn has struggled with their three biggest rivals for a decade now. They have the Cam year and Gene's first year as only exceptions. And they won those games they played to beat Alabama and UGA in 2013 they were not high percentage plays.They have lost 3 of their last 4 bowl games. Gene has not exceeded 8 wins since his first season.They already have two losses this year with chance at 2-4 more, counting bowlI imagine most Auburn fans want him gone
"They have not met sense."Since, you mean
I was going to post my opinion but I would actually rather see this data before I do, as it would add more informationGreat suggestion and would love to see the results. I know off the top of my head there was one USC-Surrier lead season where they were 5-0 in division games (before expansion) but 0-2 in crossover games and did not win their division. UGA, I believe, won that year.
I'll be at the Auburn v Clemson gameGoing to DVR the UGA v ND game
well, predicting the future is hard. why no one does it consistentlyalso, there is a good reason to pick the big 3, as you called it. because like 3 times in last 15+ years has someone else won it
I will be at the Auburn v Clemson game, though I would rather be at the UGA v ND game
nice to wake up to some god news
How did they do vs USC?
Exactly, would assume "writers" for an SEC football site would know that. Too much to ask, I guess.
In regards to your Florida post: "On the bright side for Florida, if it wins this one, it might set up an Outdoor Cocktail Party for the East title."Win or lose vs Michigan, it has zero bearing on the outcome of the East. Non-conference games won't impact conference standings
yeah, I am a bit of a Clemson fan, g/f is alum and we have season tickets and I'll be at the game, but I think Auburn wins this one
haha you deleted my post?
No way? Figure that out all on your own?
They bolster academic rankings too much. Plus, baseball.
"this time on the biggest stage in college basketball." umm wouldn't the biggest stage be the national title game?“You can be a champion without winning a championship,” who said it better: Martin or Butch Jones?Incredible run by USC. Fans should be happy about the direction of the program. Those two parts of article just stood out to me. I live here in Cola and the town has been basketball-centric lately; a very excited fanbase
Good get for USC. The guy is a player
Almost comical at this point with Alabama ha. Saban is so damn impressive
Williams will probably stay committed to USC. I would love to see him flip, and I could be wrong, but I don't think he does. USC will be getting a great player in him
I don't want to be hard on him. He took a huge step up in competition, won the job (what does that say about guys behind him), and played his hardest each week. Just was not talented enough to be on this level
I decided to look up what you posted FSU - won a national title very recently so counting them Miami - average 18.25. also hired new coach last year Texas - class averaged 12th last 4 years. and just fired their coach A&M - class averaged 10.75. coach on hot seat
Dude, pretty sure 1) it is about INCOMING recruits. So UGA had 1 incoming QB 2) The article clearly states using 247 and Fromm is a 4* there.
UGA plays ND week 2 too
Certainly possible. I think USCw is losing a few studs on defense so that is why I said Washington. But at this point both would be a good pick
Yeah, I see what you are saying. But for most players going to top schools they are going to compete. Be it Alabama or LSU there is probably already someone on the roster with a higher rating, more experience, or both. Of course, QB is different but I am glad he chose UGA
A lot will change but Alabama/FSU/Washington/tOSU is a good bet for final four or to be in contention late in the year for a spot