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Discussion in 'Other Sports' started by World Peace, Jan 4, 2012.
It's not different at all, but keep pretending it is in your brain damaged mind.
Okay this year it was Penn St, Oregon, West Virginia, GT, Texas A&M, Boise St, Cincy, Clemson, and FSU.
Next year: Alabama vs Michigan (blow out), Clemson, FSU, GT, Washington, Texas, ASU, and NC State.
Waiting...oh wait you don't have a response. Your stuff is getting weak.
but LSU played West Virginia!
Yea the conference who's best team just gave up 70 is the only conference who isn't scared. Do you realize how stupid you're sounding?
It's like this. If someone asked me to go see a scary movie that I thought looked stupid and I said no does that make me scared or does that just mean I don't want to pay to do that? Your logic is so awful here. But hey, you're an SEC educated man am I right?
Penn State = 6th best team in the 4th best conference. No one was scared of PSU this year.
Oregon = 2nd best team in the 3rd best conference. Decent Win. Although oregon traveled thousands of miles, LSU traveled a few hundred.
West Virginia = 7-5 in the 7th best conference, need I say more?
Georgia Tech = We're counting this? The team that almost lost to duke... The ACC might be weaker than the Big East.
Texas A&M = 7-6... and led most of the game against Arkansas
Boise St. = We all remember that dismantling of the SEC runner up this year.
Cincy = Well, they lost to UTjr, then beat Vandy... We'll call this a Wash even though this is UTjrs marquis win.
Clemson = We all know what Clemson is... They showed how weak the ACC is in the bowl game.
Florida State = Also a member of the weakest conference in America handled the Florida Gators pretty well.
And since UTjr is the worst team in the SEC and Kentucky is better than them because Kentucky beat UTjr by starting a Wide Receiver as quarterback, you guys forget that....
Louisville = beat UK at home. Lou won part of the big east title. This was bridgewaters 2nd or 3rd game as a true freshman starter. He's better than Tyler Bray by a mile! Go look this kid up!
So you play 2 big east teams, 3 Acc teams (worst conference in america, go look up their bowl record) 1 big 12, big 10, and pac 12 team and that makes you the best conference in America?
My question is simple... Why don't any SEC teams pack up and go play Lane Kiffin @ USC? Boise State went to the Georgia Dome and handily beat the SEC runner up in their home state. Thousands of miles away! The furthest LSU will go from home is Dallas? That's just pathetic. I just don't know why the SEC won't go play a real road game. Whats the best true road win the SEC has? Penn State? Child please!
Using Alex's logic... Derek Dooley is scared to do a home and home with USC. Lane Kiffin put out the challenge but UTjr never responded.
I guess UTjr is just too scared to play USC and Lane Kiffin. It's obvious they are more comfortable playing Sun Belt teams and using their cupcake schedule to coast into the music city bowl every year.
There is absoutly zero point in UT playing a bowl game of any sort. They are not at that level.
This shows, yet again, what an arse kiffen is. Wonder what the punk will do when his daddy drops dead?
Being an OSU fan I'm used to at least 1 really tough out of conference game a year. Granted Miami the last 2 years wasn't anything special but I think that's more about revenge plus when the schedule was made like 6 or maybe more years ago Miami was still good. On that list I see Oregon, WVU and maybe Penn State as legit out of conference games. I know Tennessee will be playing us coming up (kudos to them for agreeing even though it will be a slaughter, kinda like what will happen to Vandy this year) but I don't see a whole lot of teams lining up to play USC, Texas and Oklahoma whom we having coming up. Not saying every team can play a top school but when you're reaching and saying, "Oh look we played Cincinnati" as an example of a tough team, please. We play Cincinnati all the time. We even play them the same season as Virginia Tech, so yea while I don't think the SEC is as bad as scheduling out of conference opponents as Deuce does, you still have a long way to go.
hahahaha oh my god please stop you're trolling is getting so pathetic I mean really. You complain that the entire conference doesn't play the top 5 teams every year when these schedules are made a few years in advance.
You're actually going to knock Oregon who won the Rose Bowl? Seriously? Is that how bad it's getting for you? West Virginia killed Clemson. Arkansas still won? SEC runner up? Sure but they're at best the 4th best team in the conference.
The national championship is between two SEC schools. Actually, does anyone outside the SEC play defense anymore? Oh the answer is no.
UGA: good job, it took them a while to get it together but I guess it counts?
Fresno St: Garbage
Air Force: Garbage
New Mexico: Garbage
Arizona St: 6-7 now? uhm?
I'm one of the few to actually to give credit to Boise because they were the team in that conference that actually stepped up and started beating these teams. I look forward to your thread next year about Boise even though once again LSU or Bama will be winning it all.
Have fun never being relevant again...
Yeah because you're Ohio St, you're supposed to be playing tough OOC opponents. No one talks about the top SEC school's schedule but we're going to knock UK, Vandy, and Ole Miss? That makes sense.
Here are the top teams the Big Ten played this year...
Arizona St, Virginia, Notre Dame (but do we really count them?), USC, Washington, Miami, Bama, and Oregon St.
Man that's such a better list than the SEC who never plays anyone.