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Posted: 11/15/2012 2:08:49 PM
For all the backwards country f's in the SEC, u gotta give them credit for developing a fool proof system to monopolize the natl championship game.
We are now at the climax of our beloved cfb season, where Stanford is playing Oregon, Wisconsin is playing Oh St, and what does the SEC schedule looklike?
Alab vs W Car
Fla vs Jack St
Ga vs Ga South
SCar vs Woff
I laugh at that!!!   Playoff please!!!
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Posted: 11/15/2012 2:13:52 PM
SEC are for realz.  That doesn't mean they are for realz when it comes to integrity.  These people are getting paid BIG time for the coaching, staffings, you name it.  And they are not getting paid by selling T-Shirts.  The entire division are known for fixing games and it's Vegas darlings.  They rack in the most $$$ wagered in all college football.
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Posted: 11/15/2012 2:18:09 PM
Florida has played 8 SEC games in a row and has Florida St on deck

Bama always has a non conference game before Auburn

UGA already played the meat of their schedule with GT on deck

SCar already played the meat of their schedule with Clemson on deck



Please stop putting dumbass posts like this up... Do some research before hand... It's better to be thought of as a fool to open your mouth and remove all doubt... And not everyone in SEC country is a backwards country F
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Posted: 11/15/2012 2:19:26 PM
Texas A&M beating Bama proves the SEC isn't some overlord conference. Every SEC homer says every day how no team from another conference could come in and compete, blah blah. Big 12 injected the 3rd/4th best team into the SEC and look what happened. Bama gets dominated
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Posted: 11/15/2012 2:21:18 PM
A&M is the best team in that conference
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Posted: 11/15/2012 2:36:40 PM
Who am I ???????
Week 1.  Jack St. W
Week 2.  Auburn W
Week 3.  Troy.     W
Week 4.  South Ala W
Week 5.  Kent.      W
Week 6.   Tenn.  W
Week 7.   Midd Tenn W
Week 8.   Alab.  Blasted
Week 9.  Tex AM. Blasted
Week 10.  LSU blasted

And this team was ranked until last week?????
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Posted: 11/15/2012 2:42:12 PM
My first guess is Miss St.

the SEC is the most lopsided conference in the nation. Every team at the top of their respective divisions don't play the top teams from the other division. I'd hope that if you play only 2 sec teams that matter, plus the 6 bottom feeders that your record would look good. SEC should not be freaking 4th-9th in bcs 
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Posted: 11/15/2012 3:04:01 PM
Exactly, by not playing all the top teams in the conference, and by scheduling cupcakes in week 12, you have an unfair competitive advantage against the other conferences.  More importantly, the fans suffer by having to watch these games in week 12.   We need a legitimate playoff system so this mularkey is not rewarded
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Posted: 11/15/2012 3:06:50 PM
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Posted: 11/15/2012 4:04:30 PM
All 3 of MSU's loses were to teams that are now ranked in the Top 10 and 2 were on the road... Your arguments hold no water... Not to mention, MSU had no idea that Auburn and Tennessee would end up like they did... 


Plus A&M is benefiting from running an offense, with a freak of athlete QB, that no one in the SEC has seen yet... Much like Auburn when Malzahn first got there... Trust me, watch how well that offense works in the next couple of years... Won't be near as good as it did this year
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Posted: 11/15/2012 4:14:29 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by Corley1011:

All 3 of MSU's loses were to teams that are now ranked in the Top 10 and 2 were on the road... Your arguments hold no water... Not to mention, MSU had no idea that Auburn and Tennessee would end up like they did... 


Plus A&M is benefiting from running an offense, with a freak of athlete QB, that no one in the SEC has seen yet... Much like Auburn when Malzahn first got there... Trust me, watch how well that offense works in the next couple of years... Won't be near as good as it did this year

Not near as good, but better !

Agree with you that it will be much improved and even more dangerous for LSU and Alabama.Yes, i will be watching.

And I didn't know the SEC could handle every athlete except "freak" ones. That's not fair !

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Posted: 11/15/2012 4:23:52 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by shiek:

For all the backwards country f's in the SEC, u gotta give them credit for developing a fool proof system to monopolize the natl championship game.
We are now at the climax of our beloved cfb season, where Stanford is playing Oregon, Wisconsin is playing Oh St, and what does the SEC schedule looklike?
Alab vs W Car
Fla vs Jack St
Ga vs Ga South
SCar vs Woff
I laugh at that!!!   Playoff please!!!

It is laughable. It's funny how they all agree to do this kind of scheduling. The ADs agree not to schedule a game without the consent of other schools. If they did schedule opponents west of the mississippi it would be vetoed by a few schools that are benefiting recruitment wise from the mystique/ image they have built.

I do think Alabama and LSU are great teams that are well coached and hard to beat because of their defending. But EVERYONE else is very beatable for any decent team from any conference.PARITY begins after those two.

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Posted: 11/15/2012 4:31:30 PM

I love SEC haters...  it's a lot like penis envy.... 

Name just one credible football analyst who doesn't think the SEC is the strongest conference in football.

And before you start throwing around that ridiculous statement about playing creampuffs;  You need to look at all the conferences schedules, you will find creampuffs,  just with different teams that are more regionally located. 

BTW, what conference do you think is the strongest? Why don't you call the AD's at those schools and ASK THEM TO SCHEDULE AN SEC TEAM EVERY YEAR ( Preferably in November)....   when the laughing subsides you will probably hear a click then a dial tone. The SEC tries to schedule quality programs and does a pretty good job actually. but NOBODY wants an out of conference SEC team on its schedule in Novermber. NOBODY.

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Posted: 11/15/2012 4:40:46 PM
Yur missing the point.   The point is not whether SEC is the best conference.  The point is they resort to scheduling gimmicks to ensure they remain at top.   Other conferences are forced to follow suit, but not to the same degree.   Again, do u think it is accident that 5 of the 6 SEC teams r playing high school teams in week 12.   My point is w a legitimate playoff system u would see more quality games during the course of the year and come much closer to proving that the top 10 teams on the field r also ranked that way.
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Posted: 11/15/2012 5:01:51 PM
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Posted: 11/15/2012 5:22:59 PM
Who cares if Mississippi State 3 losses were to 3 top 10 teams. Who were there best wins against?? Auburn?? Tennessee?? just because you didnt know Tenn would suck doesn't mean the win is any more impressive
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Posted: 11/15/2012 5:24:47 PM
If you guys couldn't contain Johnny Football, how do you expect Alabama to compete against Optimus Klein in the title game? Klein > Manziel. Kstate O > Texas A&M O. Kstate D > Texas A&M D.
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Posted: 11/15/2012 5:46:07 PM

The SEC has won the last 6 BCS championships and have more wins that all the other conferences COMBINED.

The SEC currently has 6 of the top 9 teams in the BCS ratings in mid November.

Yeah, clearly a joke of a conference.

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Posted: 11/15/2012 6:19:57 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by StraightShooter:


The SEC currently has 6 of the top 9 teams in the BCS ratings in mid November.

Yup and the only teams ahead of them are the 3 undefeated teams.

Im wondering if Oregon, Notre Dame, and Kansas State were to lose would the SEC have the top 6 ranked teams?

Not sure but there would definately be an all SEC title game again...

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Posted: 11/15/2012 6:42:25 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by shiek:

Yur missing the point.   The point is not whether SEC is the best conference.  The point is they resort to scheduling gimmicks to ensure they remain at top.   Other conferences are forced to follow suit, but not to the same degree.   Again, do u think it is accident that 5 of the 6 SEC teams r playing high school teams in week 12.   My point is w a legitimate playoff system u would see more quality games during the course of the year and come much closer to proving that the top 10 teams on the field r also ranked that way.
Does the NCAA have a rule that only the SEC can schedule a breather before their last game? Maybe you should ask your teams why they don/t? They just chose to play all their puffs early IMHO
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Posted: 11/15/2012 6:56:41 PM

BTW shiek.....  that was a very good point and well stated.....  and let me assure you, the SEC supports a playoff system, AS LONG AS, team selection is legitimate and would allow for more than one or two SEC teams to participate IF THEIR RANKINGS support it........

You think there is SEC hate now, wait until 3-4 out of 8 teams are SEC teams.....   and that could happen........ unless the SYSTEM legislates a limit of 2 per conference... if you want open and fair playoff system, you can not say that there has to be at least one per major conference or no more than 2 per major conference...IT WOULD BE THE BEST 8 TEAMS EVEN IF ALL FROM SAME CONFERENCE... but we all know that the system will be designed to REQUIRE teams from all major conferences to be included... so then you just get a playoff system with BIAS.... Either you want the best 8 playing or you dont.....  we all know that wont happen....  Its like ACC and Big East in basketball, the 2, 3, 4th place teams would destroy most conference champions.... now they can have a 64 team playoff, Thank God...... but you know the NCAA could never let that happen.... 

Be careful what you wish for.....

And bottom line, at the end of the day, we ALL just want to see the best teams in a legitimate playoff system

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Posted: 11/15/2012 6:58:52 PM

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 one TEAM per major conference or no more than 2 TEAMS per major conference

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Posted: 11/15/2012 7:01:36 PM
Now we r making progress.   "Your teams" ?   I wasnt smart enuff to go to college so i aint got a team.   I have, however, been a cfb fan for 45 years and it has always pained me to see how shortsighted cfb is to not have a legit playoff system.   But u r correct we should give the SEC credit for taking advantage of the existing system.   The questionremains  is it in he best interests of cfb to see alab playing west carolina in week 12 and should miss state be rewarded for playing all cupcakes out of conference
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Posted: 11/15/2012 7:10:44 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by The_BigDog:

I love SEC haters...  it's a lot like penis envy.... 

Name just one credible football analyst who doesn't think the SEC is the strongest conference in football.

And before you start throwing around that ridiculous statement about playing creampuffs;  You need to look at all the conferences schedules, you will find creampuffs,  just with different teams that are more regionally located. 

BTW, what conference do you think is the strongest? Why don't you call the AD's at those schools and ASK THEM TO SCHEDULE AN SEC TEAM EVERY YEAR ( Preferably in November)....   when the laughing subsides you will probably hear a click then a dial tone. The SEC tries to schedule quality programs and does a pretty good job actually. but NOBODY wants an out of conference SEC team on its schedule in Novermber. NOBODY.

 

Nobody? Boise State sure did.

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