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Virginia Tech (10-3 Chick-fil-a Bowl Champs)
Florida International (3-9)
North Texas (2-10)
Arkansas (8-5 Liberty Bowl Champs)
Kentucky (7-6, lost Music City Bowl)
Mississippi (9-4 Cotton Bowl Champs)
South Carolina (7-6, lost Papa Johns Bowl)
Tennessee (7-6, lost Chick-fil-a Bowl)
LSU (9-4, lost Capital One Bowl - infamous horrible field game vs. Penn State)
Miss. St. (5-7)
Tennessee Chattanooga (6-5)
Auburn (8-5 Outback Bowl Champs)
Florida (13-1 Sugar Bowl Champs and SEC East Champs)
Texas (13-1 Big 12 Champs)
Rated as Sagarin's toughest schedule.
Defeated 10 bowl teams
Defeated 5 bowl winners
Opponents win % = 60% (107/179)
Penn State (5-6)
Pittsburgh (7-5 Tangerine Bowl Champs)
Troy State (7-4)
Florida State (8-4 Gator Bowl Champs)
Boston College (8-4 Music City Bowl Champs)
Syracuse (10-3 Insight Bowl Champs)
Washington (8-4, lost Holiday Bowl)
Virginia Tech (8-4, lost Gator Bowl)
Nebraska (11-2 Big 12 North Co-Champs)
Defeated 7 bowl teams
Defeated 4 bowl winners
Opponents win % = 57% (81/141)
Looks like Alabama wins to me.....
This post has been edited 3 times, most recently by FortWorthTide 13 months ago
bump because I added Miami's year for comparison
maybe the insecure of the insecure fanbase. Nobody said itt bama played an easier schedule
No I did not lose a sig bet, but I am really really really ridiculously good looking.
Didn't say they did. Also, insecurity and pride are two different things. It's just worth pointing out that Alabama's season is much more impressive.
2 Heisman finalists?
Did either win it?
I'll see your 2 finalists and raise you 2 finalists and a winner?
Silly Incestuous Rednecks
Everyone knows Miami > Bama
D'onofrio is just a pawn. This is Al Golden's team and Al's defense. Al's the clown. Dorito's just the floppy shoes.
His dad is in jail that is why he won it. Shit NFL player.
This post was edited by OnMyLevel 13 months ago
2 finalist the same year? Taking votes from each other?
Im kidding bro....it would take much more than Nova to get to me.
After this, Miami doesn't want any more
Highlights of the Alabama-Miami game in 1992
University of Alabama: The high mark of college football since 1892
This type of ish is what makes you the GOAT troll, brah.
In that scenario Mark Barron would be backing up Ed Reed...that's dirt nasty.
Standing on a hill in my mountain of dreams,
Telling myself it's not as hard as it seems - Led Zeppelin
yeah except you lost it like three times yesterday you muff cabbage
How do you explain this post ? while just a page later saying I " didn't " get to you ?
" You need to go cram an AIDS infested dildo up your ass. This thread isn't about FSU, because no one cares about your has-been, annually overrated team. "
Clearly I didn't get to you, and you are just as cool as a cucumber
This post was edited by NoVaNoles 13 months ago
fsufsu said... I've got about 10 great stories on Lane but all you need to know is he will never be a loser, that's for sure.
Very true, but Barron and Ed Reed is still not as good as Karlos with a Tyler Hunter backing him up
It's pretty obvious man BCS rides Bama's jock they lose a game and they still make the NC game we lost one game in 00 which was Ken Dorsey's first ever Road start in a hostile envoirnment, we then go on to beat FSU who was ranked number 1 and VT who was top 5. They put FSU over us even though we beat them on the field. This is the best arguement our 11 Bama defense was a NFL defense no way you would be able to score but than you realize The U players dominate the NFL and shred their defenses for a living. IF NFL defenders can't cover Santana Moss, Reggie Wayne and JEremy Shockey how the eff do you expect to?
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by jmsmooth33 13 months ago
You expect Karlos to return after this year?
Alabama fan brings up the 92 bowl game but forgets the 89/90 sugar bowl ever happend..
This post was edited by jmsmooth33 13 months ago
Miami in a landslide in 01 was miles ahead of bama in every single position hands down...Not only 16 1st round draft picks but at least 6 Pro Bowlers(Clinton Portis, Frank Gore, Andre Johnson, Jeremy Shockey, Ed Reed, a former N.F.L. Defensive Player of the year, and Sean Taylor, R.I.P.). There may be more I'm not aware of and more on the way.
Their offensive line led by All Americans, Bryant McKinnie and Joaquin Gonzalez, was dominant and considered the best in the nation. McKinnie never allowed a sack in his career. In fact, Ken Dorsey, who finished 3rd in the Heisman voting and winner of the Maxwell Award was sacked only 5 times the entire season.
The running backs featured not only Portis and Gore, but also included Nadje Davenport and Willis McGahee. Andre Johnson was an exceptional pass reciever and tight end Jeremy Shockey was backed up by Kellen Winslow Jr. Miami averaged 43.2 points per game.
The defense was extremely fast and hard hitting. They allowed only 9.4 points per game and also led the nation with a remarkable 45 takeaways. The defensive line featured Jerome McDougle, Vince Wilfork, William Joseph, and Andrew Johnson, all N.F.L. players.
The linebackers, John Vilma, D.J. Williams, and Chris Campbell were among the best in the nation. The secondary, led by Ed Reed, was one of the best of all time and numbered at least 6 N.F.L. players on its roster.
The Canes special teams were also exceptional and possessed great speed. Phillip Bucannon was one of the most dangerous punt returners in the nation that year and Miami could block kicks as well. Their place kicker, Todd Sievers was an All American and connected on 21 of 26 field goals attempts.
Miami was a very dominant and complete football team. On successive weeks they decimated 13th ranked Syracuse and 11th ranked Washington by scores of 59-0 and 65-7 respectively. This was an NCAA record for margin of victory over consecutive ranked opponents.
The Canes crushed their opposition at the Orange Bowl that year by an average score of 51-3. They led Nebraska in the B.C.S. Championship Game played at the Rose Bowl 34-0 at halftime and cruised to victory 37- 14.
A remarkable stat about the 2001 Canes is the fact that they scored 11 non-offensive touchdowns while their defense allowed only 13. It was a truly amazing display of dominance for a team to score within a couple of touchdowns of what their defense allowed FOR THE ENTIRE SEASON without their explosive and very talented offense ever taking the field.
Miami 01-49 Bama 09-21 Argument over bama wouldn't hold a candle to that team.
This post was edited by Bill Cutting 2 13 months ago
You need to find a girl and get laid for once. its obvious you get your rocks trying to "get to people" on an internet message board. get a life nova.
Wasn't alive then, doesn't matter
Every person agrees with this except for mouth breathing gumps..
Ohio State gets lulz at this post
01' Canes are clearly the better team cause they were able to what they did despite having Tater Head as their Head Coach.
The Bammers had Nick Satan.
Therefore, Canes > Bammers
So mad.....don't you have a cow out back to breed?
Makes zero sense since we didn't lose a game that year.. next..
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