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"Ask Pitt" oh my dear lord.. LOL
Before that, you have to go back a decade to find the last Big 12 win.
ASK WVU during their biggest home game of prob their life, LSU blew their doors off..
Lol.. Sabans first year of a rebuild? And who won the MNC the year after that against a team (OU) that OWNS TEXAS.. Seriously, OU absolutely owns Texas.
Lol @ you going back 10 years to prove a point in the SEC's favor even though you didn't mean to do that you did.
This post was edited by Lesticals 11 months ago
Danielle Hunter, Jamario Rasco, Anthony FREAK Johnson.. DL wrecking crew of 2013.
Ya, but who was your DC during one of those titles?!?!? So I think we get a share of it.
At least you're a fan of a school that got the hell out of the Big 12
"Before that, you have to go back a decade to find the last Big 12 win. "
10 years before 2013 would be 2003. So... you're an idiot.
relative to other conferences the bottom feeders are pretty good too ole miss, miss st, vandy, mizzou all have pretty good teams here and there
Who are these people out there overrating UK, ole Miss, and Vandy? I hear from you people all the time saying it, but I have never really heard any SEC fans talking them up.
If you want the ultimate, you've got to be willing to pay the ultimate price. It's not tragic to die doing what you love.
That guy deserves one more laugh!
Did he really just quote somebody who said in the last "10 years" and then use games from 11, 12, and 13 years ago while calling him an idiot? Brilliant!
My take- The Big Ten programs namely Ohio State and possibly Michigan, plus Florida State, USC/Oregon maybe Stanford from the Pac-12 and Notre Dame are the only programs with a chance at ending the SEC streak provided an SEC team is playing for the title.
Big 12 is in a tough spot because of the style of play- no defense. If any one program could- it's TCU- because they can play physical.
Oklahoma and Texas should go back to being Oklahoma and Texas rather than trying to be Baylor, Oklahoma State and West Virginia.
The Sooners and Longhorns have the players. But against any team that can pressure the quarterback, force three and outs consistently and control the clock running the football, every team in the Big 12 (except TCU) is in for a tough go of it. Now against a bad defensive team as Ole Miss was when they played Texas? Yes there will be points and lots of them. But if you are talking about the better teams in the SEC or Big Ten, even the Pac 12- it isn't happening.
I think 7v7 and the spread offense at the high school level in Texas has a lot to do with that.
Just my opinion.
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Lulz @ thinking Michigan can win a NC title, they just got embarassed by the Tide last year. They also have a coach who doesn't even wear a headset during the game(LMAOOOO). Michigan has one split NC in the last 50 years and get their lunch handed to them in Rose Bowl games. They don't have the talent the only teams that can hang with the SEC dominance is USC, the U when they are in their peak but thats not the case. FSU is prob the only team with a shot..
This post was edited by jmsmooth33 11 months ago
With the way Michigan is recruiting, in a couple of years they will have an OL that will be the envy of nearly every team in the country.
Now they have to develop them, but the potential is there. Every SEC team that has won the whole thing has had a great OL.
Also Ohio State could win it as early as next season.
UMM no bro the Florida team that won with Chris Leak only had one first team All SEC player on its O-line. It's the depth of the D-line that sets the SEC apart from those other school's. LSU didn't have any one special when they destroyed OSU the next year as well. They don't know how to handle the speed and elusiveness..
Name me great lineman on their teams?
The best team in the SEC hands down the last two years has had a dominant OFFENSIVE LINE
How did Notre Dame's defensive line fare against Bama? How did Florida's defensive line fare against Alabama in 2009 with Tebow? Alabama has beaten LSU 2/3 the last two seasons because they pounded the ball at will.
This is his quote EVERY SEC team, the 06 Florida and 07 LSU teams were special on their D-lines no their O-line.
Every 1 knows that Alabama's O-line were amazing but look at how many points they gave up combined in those two games 14 and ND scored a garbage TD, they didn't need a great O-line to win either game b/c the other teams couldn't score..
When you shutout LSU that was all the defense you could of scored a FG and still beat them, can't lose if they can't score..
You obv suck at reading comprehension b/c i was speaking to 06 and 07 Florida and LSU but nice try..
Since when can LSU or Michigan or ND score at will anyway? All their offenses sucked.
This is what I was thinking. Did you see LSU's Offense last year? God help us all if they get a QB to go with those RBs and WRs though.
Well those teams aren't coming back and playing in the next few national championships are they? Alabama is a much bigger animal than those two.
LSU's QB problems have been goddam ridiculous. Exactly, give them a great (or even good) QB and they are an O machine instantly
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