Top 5 teams with a chance

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Posted: 4/7/2013 6:59:20 PM
BAMA

GEORGIA

OREGON 

A&M

OHIO STATE

DAMNNNN THE SEC 
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Posted: 4/26/2013 12:04:40 AM
Oregon
Georgia
Bama
Ohio State
Louisville

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Posted: 4/27/2013 5:59:37 PM
Folks may wanna do some research on their opinions here, don't just go off of name recognition alone.

B10 Ohio St...by a country mile
B12 Oklahoma if Bell can handle it full time...no sure team here
P10 Oregon
ACC Clemson...Miami has a shot in ACCCG
SEC Bama...unless Florida pulls upset in SECCG

Ohio St, Clemson, Bama best 3 teams...not sure much of what Oklahoma can do...all depends on play calling for Oregon
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Posted: 4/27/2013 9:22:21 PM

A&M finished the season stronger, by they will fall back to earth, much like Auburn in 2011...the loss of Swope, Joekel, and Michael will hurt...and SEC D's will contain Mr. Football...A&M will lose at least 4 games this year and the Bama Game at home on 14 Sep will get ugly...the Difference will be the Bama D and Bama's passing game...

 

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Posted: 4/27/2013 9:23:39 PM
and UGA will start off slow and finish strong.  there are only three coaches in the SEC with killer mentalities and that's Saban, Muschamp and Spurrier.  
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Posted: 4/30/2013 3:34:46 PM
Many coaches have killer mentalities and many of those same coaches turn out to be a bust.  This type of character is often tied in with the tough guy persona, which is heavily evident in this sport, but again does not mean success.  I am no Florida fan and even though Muschamp is very inexperienced in many professional facets of his job, I find myself a fan of his and hope he succeeds.  He and Dabo At Clemson remind me of one in the same in many ways.  Dabo being a couple of years ahead but there are so many character similarities.  It's fun to see that kind of passion for the game shown from those coaches.  This level of ball is so flooded with the boring, pc spoken man coaching the game...it's good to see some life from some of these guys!
Spurrier is a throw your visor, throw a fit, get pissed and replace you from afar type of coach.
Saban is a throw the hat, clip board, everything else including his back and get in your face and drill your behind and send you back at it type of coach...much like a drill Sargent I would say.
Muschamp is a loose cannon, spitting and dripping sweat on you type of coaches lol....from some of the practice field rants I have seen, he blows up and has no idea in hell when and where he is going with it...just goes off and then needs cough drops lol
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Posted: 5/18/2013 9:14:58 AM
Don't know about killer mentality, but the SEC just added one great coach to its conference & it ain't Brett Bielema: Gus Malzahn at Auburn.  All this guy has done is win everywhere he's been at every level.  Look for him to have AU relevant sooner than later.
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