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LMAO at you supporting two teams.
Don't be mad because da U needs more fan support...
Go Blue & Gig Em'!
Not worried at all homey, how does feel to know that A&M will ever win national championship ?
We have better odds to win a natty before da U, especially if you keep competing with FIU and FAU for recruits.
This thread is hilarious.
Leave out the fact that SEC has won the NC the last how many consecutive years????
Take the top half of the SEC and put it up against the top half of any other conference... I'll take the SEC 8 days of the week.
Which conference has six better teams? Which conference has more than one elite teams?
Bama is the only elite team.
I know A&M is doing better than I thought.
eeek.... miami talking crap about anyone not named BC, bethune-cook, GT, NCST, VT
This post was edited by OasisMan 17 months ago
Trying to be unbiased here, I think the middle and bottom of the SEC is weaker than recent years. Last year wasn't great either. However, I think Tamu is light years better than last year. Sumlin is a helluva coach apparently. The best teams/leagues are generally studly in the trenches, and Tamu's OL is very good from the little I've seen. By definition, there are only a handful of elite teams in any year. You won't see me squawking about how great the #6-10 sec teams are this year, but I think the top 5 can play with all but 3-4 teams in the country. I've been really impressed with Tamu so far. I think they'd crush Texas this year, for example, while last year it was a pillow fight. LSU can beat anyone on a given night, but I don't think they're nearly what they were last year. While my spidey sense tells me to beware, I'm a believer in Oregon being elite. Same with KState. My knowledge of football tells me that ND is better than people want to give them credit for, because they're built strong up the middle on D and they have a knack for winning. After that, there are maybe 10 teams that can compete with the top 4 on a given night. I actually picked USC to cover against Oregon, but now I wish I hadn't. I think Oregon wins by 28.
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