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That my friend is where your wrong.. Taylor will be a road grader at guard and from reports has played very well this year in practice.
with the schedule bama is afforded again, it's not exactly a tough road. Both teams in the SECC avoided playing the top teams in the opposite division. Coincidence? Hell no
GET AT ME
IMO Mosley is almost certainly a first round guy. He will almost certainly grade out in the first round. Alot of his draft status will depend on the needs and wants of teams drafting. Most "experts" have him in the first or really close. I think him, Millner, and Lacy will all go. Lacy won't be a first round guy but he won't help his stock by coming back next year. His carries will certainly go down. He's at best probably a low 2nd but more likely at least mid 3rd round guy. Fluker is the biggest mystery IMO. He certainly should stay to help his status but he comes from a pretty rough background so he may decide the money for a second round pick is to good. I think its a slight possibility he can move up to the first with a good combine.
You're right about that. It's a conspiracy. Bama and UGA are being treated better just so they can go to the title game...... See sounds kinda dumb when you say it out loud doesn't it?
I didn't say it was a conspiracy, but bama "lucked" out two yrs in a row w/ schedules, esp when one was just made. Just the roll of the dice, amirite?
You realize there is only one rotating conf. opponent right? That doesn't give many chances to play UGA and UF. UF is LSU's crossover game every year is it not?.. You guys pick up UGA next year I think but then its likely 6 years before it happens again. Don't worry it will all work out in the end. You certainly implied that Bama and UGA are getting special treatment and I think thats just a stupid implication.
This post was edited by Scott0809 17 months ago
Just the roll of the dice, like I said. UGA came out of nowhere to host LSU. It's not like anyone got together and put those schedules together. Nah, bama doesn't get special treatment. Your meaningless rivalry game is the reason LSU plays uf every year
This post was edited by BlueToothJimmy 17 months ago
You could have just won the game you know.
The SEC is smart. Take care of your best program since they have the bast chance of winning a BCS Title. #FEELSGOOD!
bama deserves to go over LSU this yr, no doubt. But it's also helped when you get handed the easier schedule time and again
Not at all. The SEC wants to make sure Alabama makes it out and is as healthy as possible. They don't want to put the burden of 7 in a row in the hands of programs not worthy of the challenge.
Like I said.. You're right its a conspiracy.
favoritism is a more accurate term for it
That explains 6 conference opponents getting bye weeks be for they play us, right?
Bama's so powerful we now own the Referees, Espn, the NCAA, and the SEC. It's good to be king!
Where were you at when Bama conference opponents had a bye before 6 of the 8 conference games
It goes in waves my man. There were times when UT has been stronger than UF. UGA was scheduled to come to T-town this year until the expansion.
we also got destroyed by Utah
the schedules this season were approved by majority vote of all SEC athletic directors. so, if you don't like it....blame your own admin
10 Major Poll National Titles (CFB record)
35 Bowl Wins (CFB record)
72 Wins over last 6 years (CFB record)
Well. I'm going off info from someone that knows a good bit about the oline. That said each there own and guess will see.
BTW- you going off the BOL 10min viewing period results? Would think he would be getting reps with the 2's currently if that much road grading. He was also the next dominant NG as well from early viewing reports as well.
Taylor isn't there yet and there are probably 2 or 3 guards easily ahead of him at the moment for Warmack's spot next season. With his frame though, a full offseason workout program and knowing what position he will play the entire time will be great for him.
I would bet on him being 2nd string though still, IMO. I think Arie, if healthy will be right next to his brother.
Of course, I'd still say there is a small chance (mayhe 5-10%) that is Fluker comes back, he could be a guard. Doubt that happens, but it is a possibility.
This post was edited by BetterOff 17 months ago
Exactly my point, I hope the kid pans out. I always get attacked when I dispute where certain reports seem to rate him
Boz, who's your best GUESS at LG next year? I'll go with Arie.
I would go with Arie at this point
^^^^ sounds like butthurt
It's easy to blow the expectations for players out of the water when we honestly haven't gotten any positive or negative information on them all season. I seem to remember Michael Bowman was going to be an ALL SEC WR, then an ALL American TE, and then.....he just wasn't there anymore.
Not trying to say that happens with Taylor by any stretch, but it is usually safe to say that if they aren't playing when the 2nd and 3rd teamers are getting in at times, that he isn't in position to be starter next year as of now.
Pesonally, I think the kid will be great, but right now he needs to keeping getting the bad weight off before he is ready to compete for a position.
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