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Discussion in 'Other Sports' started by Deuce Wayne, Jan 4, 2013.
Notre Dame beat a better schedule of oponents than the Bama team you're calling the best...
Duke = the best team in the country
I know this because they won a bowl game and their coach used to coordinate in the
SEC SEC SEC
SEC vs the Big 10
bama played 8 cupcakes this year and lost to mr football.. but because of the flawed preseason ranking system... they got the shoo in to the national title game
I can easily prove the big east is the best conference. After all, UTjr turned down Gruden to hire the guy at Cinci. Doesn't that speak volumes about the superiority of the Big East football conference?
The Big East is funny to me
So Notre Dame beat Stanford and Oklahoma, and Oregon beat Oregon State and Kansas State.
Bama beat Georgia and LSU... Clearly both better teams than Stanford, Oklahoma, Oregon State, and Kansas State.
I don't even like Bama... I hope they lose. I want Saban to leave so I can watch the state lose their already weak minds. But they're the best team. It's obvious. And it will be all the more obvious after Monday night.
Bama 27 Notre Dame 10
Bama lost to Mr. Football the week after LSU. Bama is always flat the week after LSU.
Don't worry. He'll get his next year. TAMU is the first SEC team Bama plays.
Actually, for you goofballs praising Oregon and saying Bama played a cupcake schedule, who did Oregon play again?
'Cuz I'm looking at their schedule, and it ain't that impressive. They've beaten two teams who won their bowl game:
Arizona and Arizona State. Wow.
Bama at least beat Georgia. And if Ole Miss wins tomorrow they'll have beaten two bowl game winners as well.
LSU was exposed as stupid vs Clemson
Oregon is good, no question about that, and I do kind of wish ND had lost and we could have potentially had an Oregon vs Alabama national title game. But, to think they are the best team in the country because they beat a way over rated K-State team is a bit of a stretch. I mean they are 0-2 vs SEC teams in the two years prior, and one of those was Auburn, who had basically one player on defense. But Nick Fairley pretty much held their explosive offense to 19 points by himself. And last year, LSU gave up 27 to them, but I believe 14 of those were in the 4th quarter when they were up by almost 30.
I wish they would get rid of the bowl/conference tie-ins. I would have liked to have seen Florida vs Oregon, I think that would have been the most interesting bowl game outside of the national title game. And yes, I know Florida layed an egg, but I have a feeling they would have been up for Oregon a little more than they were for Louisville, and would have stuck more to a ground and pound type game running Gillislie, which is what they did all year, but decided to go with a different game plan against Louisville.