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Who are the current 14 teams that would make up the Super League? Lets take the the last 5 years as our data.
FSU cuz its FSU
In before someone mentions all 14 SEC teams.
Add Michigan, Miami, Notre Dame, Pedo State
The Helmet Conference:
Nebraska (Nostalgia pick)
Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken
Oregon and Stanford over the last 5 years have definitely been better than Michigan, ND, Miami, and Penn St.
texas a&m had one good year?
But it is a super conference for this next year.
So take the last 5 years into account, but also this next year.
It's why Auburn doesn't get on the list despite winning a NC during that time frame. Bad years before and horrible years after.
take it back 25 years
take the 8 blue bloods
the final slot would have to go to lsu/georgia/auburn
And many others on that list
If you took it back to 1988, UGA and Aub would be in and UF, FSU, and LSU definitely out.
This post was edited by Allhailuga 13 months ago
I like this except Wisconsin and VaTech. But I really can't think of who to replace em with.
Michigan and Notre Dame. Need some old school flavor.
Wisconsjn's been the most consistent big 10 school the last 5 years...
I could see Va Tech dropping out, but not sure who replaces. Maybe ND because of last years run.
Definitely not Michigan considering the last five years.
Your forgetting whos been the most consistant over the last 10 years and what's been going on with Ohio St the last 2-3.
And I also dont see Texas A&M in a Super Conf based on 1 year of perfomance.
Bama, UF, LSU, Ohio St, USC, FSU, Oka, Oregon, Stanford, Wisc, UGA, Clemson, and just for sake of tradition and blue bloods... Michigan and ND.
The question clearly said the last 5 years.
It's not a question about 10 years ago or tradition of 50 years ago.
The parameter is a new conference for the year ahead considering the last 5 years.
5 years isnt enough to accurately judge IMO.
No conference would leave so much money on the table by leaving off ND and UM just to go by an arbitrary date of performance. My list would be:
ND, UM, tOSU, Bama, LSU, UF, FSU, UGA, Neb, Tex, Ok, USCw and then a 2 team raffle of I don't care between USCe, Clemson, Stanford, Penn st, Tex AM, and Miami.
Pepridge Farm remembers...
Sad as it is to say VT should not be on this list. 3 years ago? Sure, but we're going a different direction. This season could shape what happens to us for the next 5-10 years.
This post was edited by DCHokie88 13 months ago
That's the OP.
It's a hypothetical question.
The OP set the parameters for his question. Responses typically try to answer the question instead of ignore it.
Sure Michigan has rich history, but over the 5 years they haven't been among the 14 most competitive teams.
Probably missing a few, but if I was a commissioner this is what I'd come up with.
pretty solid list here. id drop A&M and add Georgia maybe but thats about it and im 50/50 on that
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The A&M thing was based more on potential and the buzz they have right now. UGA is definitely up there.
No really indicative of my original post, but the nationwide interest and loud stadiums would rival the NFL imo. Imagine the $ produced by that league.
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