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Oregon has these 3 opening games @ Home:
I mean...come on..and @ Home
Steve Spurrier is a God, and Mark Richt worships him
Haters gonna hate.
Damn Strong Football Team
I guess this should be directed more towards USC fans, because they seem to champion their tough league in every thread.
Colorado has scheduled a tough first two games
Give us a few weeks and the Pac-12 will go back to being the 6-7th best conference.
Calling out SC fans using Oregon's weak schedule? I think I speak for 99% of SC fans when I say screw the Pac12. We don't need to root for a conference to help feel better about our team. Small dick syndrome = conference pride.
TheKing is fast becoming a top notch troll.
One Pac team does for one season what the whole SEC has been doing for 12 years and he calls them on it.
Looks like another perfect day.
I agree, but that's one team. You could literally say the same thing about 12 SEC teams. That's how many out of 14 that play 3 directional schools OOC.
Well you guys like to talk about how many top 25 teams you play and how tough your conference is, Oregon is over there padding the win column with these no name teams.
And the SEC doesn't do that?
UGA plays Buffalo, Florida Atlantic, and Georgia southern OOC and you're sitting here complaining about Oregon.
You still whining? Who cares.
Wait...didnt UGA back out of a game with Oregon to make this happen?
We play GT as well, forgot about that one buddy.
Oregon plays 0 BCS teams. Atleast USC will look like a great team if they beat Oregon though.
You play 8 conference games. Oregon plays 9.
You play the same number of BCS teams, and as soft as oregon's schedule is, it's tougher than UGA's.
WE schedule tough OOC Games and already have to play an SEC Schedule.
UGA has had several tough OOC opponents in the last 5 years, much more than most.
don't forget or discount the games the 12Pac won this weekend ASU,Arizona.fUCLA,Oregon St. and in oREGON defense ,they usually play a tough OOC schedule ,go back and research it troll.which can't be said for the overhyped SEC TEAMS .
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No Excuses,'' 11 x National Campions anyday,anytime ,anywhere.
So youre sitting here knocking Oregon for doing the exact same thing that 12 of 14 SEC teams are doing, including your sweetheart. Makes sense.
You're battling aubie25 as the best poster on this site.
These people have to be the stupidest bunch on the face of the planet.
Oregon was left holding the bag when two programs backed out. They'll learn to be tough and not let another program back out without a heavy penalty.
I'm no float fan, but these clowns have zero clue what they're talking about. Surprise, surprise.
"Here are provided seats of meditative joy, where shall rise again the destined reign of Troy." Virgil
I am not knocking any of them, I am just pointing out that the tough PAC12 conference who plays nothing but top rated teams every week is doing the same thing the SEC does.
So does Oregon. What's your point. I really see that you've had a murder's row lined up the past few years.
What's next, a return trip to colorado?
You really set yourself up well in this thread bud:
The Tennessee Volunteers will buy out of their 2013 football game at Oregon, Rob Moseley of The Register Guard announced on Twitter.
Tennessee and Oregon signed a contract for a home-and-home series back in 2005. In the first game in 2010, the Ducks crushed the Volunteers 48-13 in Knoxville.
Last year, Tennessee cancelled a home-and-home series with North Carolina that left the Tar Heels scrambling to complete their 2011 slate. They ended up scheduling a home-and-home with Louisville.
The Vols aren’t the first SEC school to cancel a road game at Oregon. The Georgia Bulldogs cancelled a 2015-16 series with the Ducks last September.
What does the cancellation of the trip to Oregon mean for Tennessee? It could mean that future SEC expansion will lead to a nine-game conference schedule. Or the Vols could simply be lightening their strength of schedule.
Update (7:45 p.m.) - Tennessee has released, through their official Twitter account, the following statement: “Contrary to reports, our head coach and team expect to make the trip to Oregon in ’13 unless they cancel.”
lol everyone talks crap about fsu and then everyone has these whack schedules...
Walking up these hills you have no choice but to be fast!
Wow we cancelled a game in 2015-16, I guess that means something?
I don't care who you guys schedule, just keep your mouth shut about how tough your schedules are.
Whoever talked crap about FSU's schedule is as ignorant as the OP. WVU backed out on you guys.
You don't care? You made a thread about it.
So an SEC team backed out on them this year, and you backed out on them in 2015-2016, then you talk about how weak their OOC schedule is.
What was it, their little brother from Idaho running you out of your building scared you off?
Kansas St backed out.
Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken
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