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Miss State (once in the top ten due to the mythical $EC reputation) lost against mighty Northwestern. Vandy beats a semi-weak NC State team. LSU loses. The second best team (Florida) rank-wise in the $EC gets dominated by an above average Louisville team. S. Carolina escapes by the skin of their teeth against a mediocre Michigan team. Georgia has problems with a Nebraska team that got hammered... I mean absolutely hammered by Wisconsin. I hope ND teaches Bama a lesson in physicality.
This post was edited by tennoudoc 18 months ago
... And of course, I hope we hang half a hundred on A&M... 56-21 would be a great score.
i must have missed the Nebraska vs Stanford game.
What are you talking about Stoops?
Just kidding... Of course, that was a typo/mistype
Ark you just don’t understand how it is. Luckily I listened to ESPN this morning on my way home from work and the talking heads, I mean the foremost authorities on college football explained what those games really mean, nothing. You see how it turns out is Florida, LSU and those other SEC teams didn’t want to be in any game other than a NCG. Therefore not wanting to be in those games they didn’t get beat they just didn’t play to their potential. Also don’t get the wrong idea if by some unexplainable freak of nature OU happens to beat ATM because the only reason that would ever happen would be because Johnny football was just too busy with all his Heisman duties to make time to prepare for a game against some lowly non-SEC team.
In last night’s game it was a total lack of respect by Louisville to not recognize that Florida was a far superior team and lie down to let them catch up with them. It was like they weren’t even intimidated by all those gator chops. Then Louisville went on and celebrated after the game like they didn’t even know that Florida should have won that game. Why you would think that they didn’t even listen to ESPN to find out they were supposed to get beat. Personally I think Florida should have been awarded at least 21 points to start that game because they didn’t want to be there.
I also have it on some pretty reliable sources that a few of my Sooner brethren were actually cheering Louisville on in that game. They were even happy to see Florida go down in flames in a game Florida didn’t want to be in. I found this shocking to say the least. We really should respect and understand when great teams like Florida, LSU and USC are in games they don’t want to be in it’s not really a lose if they have less points on the board at the end of the game because they aren’t really expected to give it any effort to win if they don’t want to be there in the first place.
I hope this helps in some way to understand what has taken place this year in the bowl games with the top of the SEC teams. I also hope this post is received in the manor that it was intended.
The 2 teams that Beat the aggies went Down in Flames. Sooners should be very confident with some swagger because the pundits have the SEC so great. The bottom line is these ARE the same ole aggies. They just play in a conference Now that can't Score.
The big Least 4
The SEC 0 This year. That's patheic.
This post was edited by sooners85 18 months ago
wonder what eSECpn is going to say if aTm and Bama get beat soundly?
That would be Heaven!
Nevada, you are totally right! Each SEC team should automatically receive 21 points a piece in bowl games due to their past 6 years reputation of winning National Championships. I think that Congress should actually vote on this and make it a new amendment to the Constitution.
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