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Actually that was included. I said LSU went 1-1 against two mediocre to bad SEC teams. One of those two teams was UF, was it not? The point wasn't that UGA isn't impressive, it was that Auburn has been equally as impressive, which they have.
So let me get this straight, UGA, who is 3-0 in the SEC (against 3 mediocre to teams, mind you) and is winning their SEC games by an average margin of 33 points and has a 1 score win over a good but far from great Noreen Dame team is elite. Auburn, So let me get this straight, UGA, who is 3-0 in the SEC (against 3 mediocre to teams, mind you) and is winning their SEC games by an average margin of 33 points and has a 1 score win over a good but far from great Noreen Dame team is elite. Auburn, So let me get this straight, UGA, who is 3-0 in the SEC (against 3 mediocre to teams, mind you) and is winning their SEC games by an average margin of 33 points and has a 1 score win over a good but far from great Noreen Dame team is elite. Auburn, So let me get this straight, UGA, who is 3-0 in the SEC (against 3 mediocre to bad teams, mind you) and is winning their SEC games by an average margin of 33 points and has a 1 score win over a good but far from great Noreen Dame team is elite. Auburn, who is 3-0 in the SEC (against 3 mediocre to bad teams, mind you) and is winning their SEC games by an average margin of 32 points and has a 1 score loss to the best or second best team in the country is not elite, but still trying to figure it out. LSU, who is 1-1 in the SEC (against 2 mediocre to bad teams, mind you) and is losing their SEC games by an average margin of 15.5 points, and has an embarrassing home loss against an unranked Sun Belt team, belongs in the same category as Auburn. This all makes perfect sense
It's like the passion of Bob Knight crossed with the linguistic talent of Farmer Fran from the Waterboy
In what world is UK over Mizzou an upset? UK is 4-3 overall and 3-2 in conference. Mizzou is 2-5 overall (with those two wins coming over Eastern Michigan and Delaware St) and 0-3 in conference. Not sure Kentucky is definitively better as Mizzou has played a much tougher conference slate, but it really can't be called an upset if the team who is in second in the divisional standings beats the team who is last.
Here's how I'd rank them: 1) Bama 2) LSU 3) Auburn 4) TAMU 5) Tennessee 6) UF 7) Arkansas 8) Ole Miss 9) UGA 10) Kentucky 11) Vanderbilt 12) S Carolina 13) Mizzou 14) Miss St So overall, don't think this week was too far off, just a little reshuffling here and there. I will say I think #'s 2-5 are all probably pretty close to each other, same with 6-8
In what way exactly does LSU hold all of the cards? UF gets nothing out of playing in BR, why would they agree to play it at all in that scenario? LSU has infinitely more potential for downside if the game doesn't get played then UF.
Both are elite. Both wreak havoc and single-handedly destroy o-lines. I'd probably give the slight edge to Garrett having watched them both play a lot, but its a heck of a lot closer than most Aggie fans admit.
Not sure where you got your weather report but we got a lot more than 10mph winds. A lot of people were without power and some still are. Plus a large portion of our emergency personnel (Which are needed to play a football game) got called to the coast, where roads crumbled into the ocean, and half the city of St Augustine is under water. That's why the game couldn't be played Sunday or Monday.
Incorrect. Due to insurance, UF will recoup most of the money they would have made from the game. If they moved it, they would give up that option
Only the last one seems like even a remote possibility, and even that is a huge stretch. UF will run UK out of the building and UGA will do likewise with Mizzou. Arky may be able to keep it close with bama for the better part of the game, but Bama has too much talent all around. And Vandy may have a good defense, but they are not good enough offensively to keep up with Ole Miss
I also would have UGA second to LSU, but it's definitely a close second. Also are they serious about the CB thing? No way UK matches up with either UF or LSU at that position. Big time joke.
Searching for the next Tebow? Shoot at this point I think we'd all settle for the next Doug Johnson.
Not to mention the nauseating feedback loop of the cameras filming the surface the are projecting onto...
Makes next season even scarier for us non-tide fans. #1 on this list has to be Bama 09 and #2 Florida 08 no?
Kelvin is great, but the Jordans should do just fine replacing him. Replacing Bullard will be a taller task than Kelvin, D Rob, and Neal
Treon will either not be on the team or at a different position. Del Rio and Franks will battle for the starting job. If its close, Del Rio wins and Franks redshirts. Only way Del Rio isn't the starter is if Franks is head and shoulders better than him
I'd say you are much closer than they are. Tabor and Davis are definitely 1 and 2. I'd flip Calloway and Brantley and drop Ivey for CeCe
The ones that look OK are the white bama one and the predominantly blue OM one. the rest are hideous, and that's coming from someone who likes the concept of black unis...
Who are Treon Green and Jake Del Rio?? Perhaps you meant Treon Harris and Luke Del Rio?
I'm not sure I agree with the Mich St over Ohio St thing. That almost ensure Mich St wins the Big 10 as a one loss team, with a decent shot at making the playoffs. However, if Ohio St wins and then loses to Michigan, I think (could be wrong) Michigan could win that division, leaving no unbeatens (No way Iowa wins that conference championship game, regardless of the opponent), and a two loss champion. Seems more likely than Mich St beating Ohio St but losing to Penn St
I think South Carolina's edge over Mizzou is more than slight. Better facilities, better stadium, better recruiting landscape, and better state to live in (some of the best beaches in the country to the east, beautiful mountain range in the west) etc etc
Michigan could beat OSU. You could also end up with every team in the ACC with at least one loss if FSU beats Clemson and losses to UF. Every team in the Big 12 could have a loss if Oklahoma beats one of Baylor/TCU and the one who losses to Oklahoma beats the other one. Still too much football to be played to be predicting the SEC getting left out.
Picks off two passes, maybe. IF LSU throws that many times. Hold Fournette under 100? Heh, I'd be happy if we hold him under 130
QB: UF >> LSU RB: UF <<<< LSU OL: UF << LSU WR: UF > LSU DL: UF > LSU LB: UF > LSU DB: UF > LSU
Lol that was a good one. Treon is significantly better than Brandon Harris and it will show Saturday. We may not win, Fournette is unreal, and LSU has a very good O-line, probably the best Florida has played all year, but there is no question that UF has the better QB.
26-25 seems like a strange score. LSU to go 2 TDs and 4 FGs and UF 2 TDs, 3 FGs and a safety? 3 TDs, 2 2-Point Conversions and a Safety? 1 TD, 6 FGs? With Florida's kicking woes, I have a hard time seeing us hit 3 FGs in one game, let alone 6...
As you probably should be. Don't get me wrong, Florida was great in all facets against Ole Miss, but I don't think we are on Bama's level just yet. That said, if they keep getting better every week, who knows where they will be by end of season.
No way Ole Miss could win by 20. This will likely be a one score ball game in either direction. At most, Ole Miss wins by 13
You're nuts if you think OSU didn't look great. They got off to a slow start sure, but they took off in the second half. That offense is downright dynamic, and once the defense gets Bosa back, they will be very tough to beat. Keep in mind, that was probably the second best team they play all year, perhaps with the exception of the Big10 championship game, so I doubt they drop one in the regular season...