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Schedule sets up really nicely this year. In light of recent history reloading on the OL and in the secondary, I am just not seeing losses here. Getting A&M early and coming off that bye is huge. Thoughts?
Could get boring quickly for cfb until December ish
Even if Bama drops the A&M game, it's still probably a 80% chance they play for it all.
God, give me patience today. If given strength I may beat someone to death.
Having LSU and aTm so far apart is a blessing for you guys since that should be your only real tests all season.
I agree though, even if Bama drops aTm, they'll probably still go to the NCG
Well of course. New season, new hopes, etc. Let them dream
Probably true. The way we've recovered from late losses recently, I can't imagine one in game 2 would stop us. The SEC isn't going to be very tough this year, top to bottom, but picking up Kentucky on the schedule is huge.
I was expecting a BBD thread full of body pics, resumes and RB breakdowns. I must say, I'm dissappointed. #realtalk
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Your immature insults and jabs can't bring down the alpha dog type imnsho
Must be nice to play the shit teams of the SEC east
A&M beats Bama. Saban gets processed, heads to the NFL next year.
Yeah, it's pretty awesome. Thanks REC!!!
Not quite as nice as those bye weeks before our only 2 teams with a pulse (sorry vatech)
Yall have been lucky with other teams loses late, especially last year, haha.
It's alright I understand bama is scared of competition
Not our fault lsu sucks this year
So you're saying LSU isn't competition? I agree with you on this.
When realignment came, Alabama and Tennessee were the perennial powers. Florida had never won the league and LSU was a divisional also-ran. Today Alabama is a perennial power, Florida is still the eastern team with the most internal advantages, UT has lost its way, and lsu is a divisional also-ran. Sorry about that.
He isn't lying TBH.
That's fine. The point is that the SEC needed to preserve the traditional rivalry between the two most prestigious programs in the league, which were separated by realignment. UT and Florida have flipped. Alabama, well, you know.
Hate to agree but that schedule looks pretty easy.
Having Auburn on it is just the icing on the cake.
No need to flame, but the only people who think that game will be close this year are the deadenders. Reasonable AU people like me are taking the long view.
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