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Anyone have an opinion on this? Turnovers have played a huge role in the head to head games between the top three UGA USC and UF. Schedule has played a role as well. USC had both the toughest draw especially as far as a back to back to back stretch and where the game was played. UF is a close second in my opinion.
Who is best?
I think It's pretty much what was expected, three teams that are pretty even. They would most likely spilt if they played home and home.
Without self-knowledge there is no individuality
Yep. Just not a lot of separation between the three. South Carolina has looked like ass the last three weeks though, so I'm not in a position to talk
Bout as fair an assessment as can be had. And credible coming from an impartial evaluator.
This would be accurate IMO
Steve Spurrier is a God, and Mark Richt worships him
Is Georgia really the best team in the East or have they benefited from playing at a neutral site and losing their only true road challenge while UF and USC had to face better overall opponents including road challenges?
Ill take USC
they don't have as many flaws as uga and uf
After three consecutive wins against UGA, and the way Carolina beat them this year I am confident the Gamecocks are the better team. I think UGA would lose both at LSU and at UF. Next years schedule is more favorable for Carolina. I think Carolina would split with UF on neutral ground. That team was beat up, worn out, and not playing very well when they went to the Swamp. Not that I care to watch Carolina get hammered in ATL again, Bama would beat USC really bad.
Personally, I think SCar was the best team before Lattimore went down. Now, I'd say UGA. Florida is too limited offensively, IMO.
After last night, I'd say UGA is the only team that could beat Bama in Atlanta. They have the tools offensively to get it done if Murray has a great game. The way the OL from Bama held up against LSU's pass rush, I doubt SCar's could cause enough penetration to keep them in the game.
Lol, yeah they're only missing their franchise player.
I said UGA all offseason and still think that. USC is more balanced than UF but wo Latt I think they aren't much. UF and UGA looked like two middle school teams playing in a rainstorm except they are college teams and weather was nice...Bama is the sec's single elite team.
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