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I'm going with the homer pick with Alabama. Veteran QB, loaded at WR and RB. The only question mark is at RT and LG but I believe we will be just fine. UGA will run a close second. Thoughts?
You're a homer
your a moran
"If this was a prize fight they'd call it off"- F ND!
This post was edited by DawgCommander 13 months ago
Auburn obviously. Gus + Frazier? ?
aTm will be second
LSU will be last with sorry ass Cam Cameron
Steve Spurrier is a God, and Mark Richt worships him
In before Harvey Updyke...
This answer seems pretty obvious and it's not Bama, don't know how you pick against TAMU..
Texas A&M, Georgia, Alabama will all be equal at the top.
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.
Dive for the thrill, shoot for the kill.
Georgia and bama on a tie
I'm not sure how you can pick against A&M....
I think some people are not sure how they will look with the couple of key losses to the draft this year. Those are the biggest issues I have hear people talk about at least. They will still be very good regardless.
Crimsonbleeder "If Trent doesn't go pro this year I will eat my car tires"
Georgia & Tex A&M then it's everyone else, Bama will have a nice offense but under Saban they will never be the top offense in the SEC that's not his philosophy
Depends on how you measure offensive success. If you are just talking yards then you are right, we will probably never lead the league. If you are talking efficiency/effectiveness we will be at or near the top.
I agree with this. aside from a few ball games, Bama had games well in hand and was playing 2nd/3rd teamers by late 3rd quarter. Heck, it pissed me off a few times because we ended up not scoring again with the third teamers in there, and gave up a shut out once cause they couldn't hold em.
so... shouldn't the top offense be graded by "when it won the game" as opposed to how many oregon duck crappy touchdowns you can score in the 4th when you have won the game 15 mins before?
I'll be a homer: Ole Miss.
Leading passer coming back, 3/4 of our leading rushers return, all 4 of our leading receivers return, 4 returning offensive linemen.
Also the nations #1 OT and #1 WR in Laremy Tusil and Laquon Treadwell will play serious minutes.
This post was edited by Bodhi 13 months ago
Bama, UGA, and aTm are all in the discussion and I couldn't argue against any of the 3 being picked.
A better question is who is the 3 worst?
Florida and Kentucky are somewhat obvious to me....although I think Florida might be a little better this year. Who is the 3rd? Surely Auburn isn't with Gus (is worth mentioning with Gus in 2011 AU only averaged 30 more yards per game), but it could still less than stellar. Maybe Mizzou or Arkansas?
This post was edited by BetterOff 13 months ago
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