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El oh el. worst list of all time putting the Aggies with Mizzou as blue bloods
Way to ride the coattails of the SEC like always Status. You're the most delusional SEC homer on tBB and you've only been in the best football conference for a year
I think he was jokingly putting the whole SEC as Bluebloods.
I know he was. But half the SEC isn't even in the discussion
Exactly. That's why it was a joke not worthy of a serious response.
You take this board entirely too serious
Danielle Hunter, Jamario Rasco, Anthony FREAK Johnson.. DL wrecking crew of 2013.
Probably. Status and his homerism is a joke though
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.
I used on the field statistics only in those numbers.
I know that must be tough for you. but just know that in my own personal blue blood rankings, nebraska is in...
What is happiness? The feeling that power is growing, that resistance is overcome.--Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche
So on which person's blue blood programs list is Nebraska left out?
This post was edited by ScarletnCream 16 months ago
i think some people limit their blue blood list to six or 7, in which case nebraska may be 1st or 2nd out. that's life on the bubble baby
That's what I'm curious about. Even since 2000, going from Frank through the length of Callahan's time and up to Pelini in the present, we're still top twenty in wins (#17) to date.
I'd be happy to discuss Nebraska's place among the Blue Bloods any time.
I've always thought of the Blue Bloods as those with a .700 or better all time winning percentage.
1 Michigan 0.73445 (903 - 315 - 36 )
2 Notre Dame 0.73344 (865- 301- 42)
3 Oklahoma 0.71817 (831-310 -53)
4 Ohio State 0.71600 ( 837-316 -53)
5 Texas 0.71596 (867-334 -33)
6 Alabama 0.71243 (827- 321- 43 )
7 Nebraska 0.70136 (856-353 -40)
8 Southern Cal 0.70086 ( 786-320 -54)
unfortunately that is only one metric, albeit probably a good one.
These four are pretty much shoe ins IYAM.
Blue bloods are Blue bloods because they have stood the test of time....you may talk me up on PSU ...but the other 3?
Lolz. I'm cool with this
Tennessee way before miami. miami has 5 NCs but they had to cheat really bad(got away with it with only probation but still cheated) to get them and havent been dominant for a long period of time
bluebloods in my book are the programs with a long history. Penn State and Tennessee fit the bill. im kind of on the fence with UF and LSU but i can see it
FSU and Miami have the resumes in the short term but arent established enough in my book to deserve blueblood status
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Damn, we're at .6955 (.700 if we round up). So close. Assuming no vacated wins obviously.
This post was edited by shavisimo2 16 months ago
I've been using Stassen, which has Penn State at 723-365-42 (0.65841).
LSU, no doubt
I used that too, but added in 111 vacated wins.
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