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10/05/2015 at 1:49 PM #89914
Can anyone make any sense out of what is going on in the wild and wacky/no longer dominant SEC? There are so many story lines, I can’t even begin to list them all.
Is LSU the creme of the crop? Or will it still be Bama’s league (very impressive win at UGA Saturday)?
Can UGA regroup and win the East, or is this Florida’s to lose in McElwain’s first season (impressive).
What do we make of Mizzou and A&M?
Will Tennessee and South Carolina win another game? Do Spurrier and Butch Jones survive another season?
I know it’s early, but is Fournette the early leader for the Heisman?
Oh, watch the Big 12 when you can. Must see tv.10/05/2015 at 2:36 PM #89918TexpackParticipant
Ole Miss was over hyped long before they beat Alabama. The fact that they were plus 4 or 5 in TO’s, scored on a freak play and barely won is pretty solid evidence of that. It’s Alabama LSU, and A&M in the west. The west winner will likely have one loss. Bama could still make the playoff with 3 losses if it was up to the pollsters. The winner of the SEC this year will be in the 3-6 range nationally.
Mizzou scored 9 points at home against UConn with Sherrifs playing QB for UConn. They barely beat some light weight the week before. They lost to UK who need OT to beat EKU. The same team we throttled. We know what to think about Mizzou, they are in the 35-45 range. They might be our bowl opponent in Fargo.
Florida could have enough talent that all they needed was a competent HC to return them to national prominence. Time will tell.
UGa against anybody in Atlanta will generate yawns after their debacle on Saturday10/11/2015 at 8:09 PM #90350highstickParticipant
Uh…until you play them head to head…and do any of you actually see how screwed up this playoff system is? You “axed for it”, not you got it, but can any of you figure out what it means other than some idiot really thinks Clempson is an NC contender..OMG! It’s over folks, it’s over!
Most of the SEC could still wipe any of your favorites on a “head to head” match up 8 times out of 10..You guys just think this is another episode of “Survivor”…Nice to sit on your recliners and pontificate with arrogance!
"Whomp 'em, Up, Side the Head"!10/11/2015 at 9:39 PM #90353
As it stands today, Clemson absolutely is a contender.
Hows your Cocks doing?10/12/2015 at 5:05 PM #90401TexpackParticipant
Does the starting QB in Gator Land getting suspended for roids for the rest of the year change anything? UGa hopes so.10/12/2015 at 5:29 PM #90403tjfoose1Participant
Given the setting on the home front, the QB Gator situation comes as not a surprise. His dad went to ECU, but his uncle went to State.
Confused? Google papa Grier and think about it.
This might be LSU’s year. There seems to be some unusual quirk almost every week that adds to their chances of winning.10/12/2015 at 9:34 PM #90422
Spurrier is retiring from USC, effective immediately. Wow.10/12/2015 at 9:38 PM #90423
Steve Spurrier informed his team Monday night that he is retiring and that an interim coach will be named Tuesday, according to a source.
Quarterbacks coach G.A. Mangus is expected to be named the interim head coach, according to another source.
http://www.thestate.com/sports/college/university-of-south-carolina/usc-football/article38886768.html#storylink=cpy10/13/2015 at 8:30 AM #90442
Losing Grier is a tough one for the Gators. He was steady. The Bayou Bengals are salivating. It will be interesting to follow Florida’s season from here. They are in the driver’s seat in the East. But a cocktail party is on the schedule…
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