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The correct answer to that question is the LSU team that lost to Kentucky and Arkansas in 2007 and still found a way to win the national championship. Besides those two losses, that team also had close wins over Auburn, Alabama, and Florida
The 2 loss LSU team.
(We were beast mode though, should've never lost those games) Miles has learned how to coach the past 2-3 seasons, it's crazy
Danielle Hunter, Jamario Rasco, Anthony FREAK Johnson.. DL wrecking crew of 2013.
That, too. Either way, one thing is obvious -2010 auburn beating 2010 Alabama clearly was a fluke, so 2010 auburn beating 2011 Alabama or LSU is just a spicedream.
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my bad, I thought you was talking about 11
2011 Bama- 35
2010 Cam - 24
2009 Bama vs. 2010 AU would be a great game.
I would like to know how 2011 Alabama would score on 2010 Auburn. We know they weren't going to be able to run the football.
This post was edited by faulkner41 22 months ago
Without self-knowledge there is no individuality
This is somewhat relevant.
Patrick Roy can't hear what Roenick is saying
Watch the 2011 BCS Championship game for your answer.
good thing for us, we have the greatest college football player in the history of ever to throw the football.
I did, that's why I asked how would you score points. Do you think you're going to kick field goals and outscore Cameron Newton?
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If Gmac passed all over that defense then I'm sure that McCarron would have had a field day!
seriously, how would 2011 alabama score on 2010 auburn? fairley might kill mccarron.
since McCarron in 2011 was every bit as good a passer as GMac in 2010...
Has time passing morphed 2010 AU into a great defense?
Yall were gutted time after time by solid QB play, which we had last year.
2010 AU had to come from 14+ down in a handful of games, even having to kick a last second FG to beat KENTUCKY.
2011 Alabama beat every team on the schedule by 14+ points, including the team who had the GOAT regular season in BCS history.
2004 AU vs 2011 Bama would've been a great game, though.
Ask a serious question and I'll give you a serious answer. are you aubie25?
If Kentucky, Arkansas STATE, and Chattanooga 80 points on the board against that potent D, I'm sure we could manage something. But carry on.
2010 Auburn was elite against the run and bad against the pass. we simply faced better offenses and QBs than the 2011 Bama squad, who didn't face a top 25 offense all season.
how? Kentucky had Mike Hartline and Randall Cobb touching the ball nearly every play. outside of richardson, who would be easily shut down, again, there is nobody on your offense that would scare Auburn.
ASU and Chattanooga? That's like the 24 points Georgia Southern scored on you... who gives a shit? you knew they didn't stand a chance against the first string.
Edit: fwiw, Chattanooga returned a kick for a TD and scored the rest of their points after the score was 41-7.
I guess it must be fun living in a world where you can just make up stats.
Both Arkansas and LSU were comfortably in the top 20 in ppg last year.
On top of that, LSU, who played the nation's toughest schedule, would've been in the top 5 of the nation in ppg if not for their two Bama games.
Arkansas was #29 in total offense.
LSU was #86 in total offense.
Your ppg stat is taking defensive and special teams' scores into account, fwiw. If LSU couldn't force a turnover or get a big special teams play, their offense was a one-dimensional pile of shit. Arguably the worst QB play of an SEC Champion in the BCS era. Completely zero passing game. They would've needed a hell of a lot more than the 115 total rushing yards they got against us in 2010 if they were to have a chance.
But hey, they did much better against that rush defense than the embarrassing display put out by Richardson and Ingram combined (69 yards).
Psst, your first string played the entire game against literally everybody else on the schedule and still gave up over 20ppg.
AJ McCarron threw for 30 less yards per game on average than McElroy. Where is this notion that we were throwing the ball all over the field and that GMac was so much more superior come into play?
2010 Auburn eeked out wins against every decent team on its schedule. 2011 Alabama blew the doors off of every decent team on its schedule.
This debate isn't difficult.
There is zero tangible evidence that the 2010 team, who couldn't blow out ANY good team, could handle 2011 Alabama.
Yards mean nothing if they don't results in points.
You say all that about LSU and try to discount them, but they were still had the GOAT regular season in the BCS era. Name another one if you want. And name one game (not against Alabama) in which they didn't blow the opponent out even taking special teams or defensive scores out of the equation.
And lol at "to have a chance." Again, practically every decent team on the 2010 AU schedule had a chance. And again, yall had to scratch back from 2 TD deficits multiple times and had to depend on last-second kicks to beat teams like Kentucky and Clemson. Keep propping that team up as dominant if you want, but one look at the scoreboards tell a different story.
2004 AU >> 2010 AU
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