Last edited by neovenator250; 11-20-2012 at 07:20 PM.
They couldn't do jackshit against Michigan(Who I need to remind you got embarassed by Alabama), and they only beat them because Denard Robinson gift wrapped them the game with his inability to pass a ball.
I mean seriously, how do you get 6 turnovers and only manage one measly touchdown?
The SEC has pretty muich beaten up on itself this year, which doesn tprove the conferenc eis good it proves its evenly matched. lets take a clsoer closer look shall we:
Alabama: lsot to Texas am and and looked veyr beatable against LSU
LSU: struggled with towson earlier this eyar, a team that got paid 800 grand to go and get the **** beat out them, still put up a fight
Georgia: your dominate number 3 team struggled to beta florida when they turned the ball over 5 times and got spanekd by south carolina
Florida: probally going to lose to FSU this weekend, which is all i need form them
far from dominant. sure they are probally the best conferecne, but they shgould not be getting the benifit of the doubt with a worse record just becuase its the SEC.
i guess you are taking alabama title spot away to right, since they lost to A&M. facts are simple, ND has key wins and hasn't lost a game. Anyone saying, they aren't that good is a moron
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As for the SEC, please don't even try to defend them. Keep in mind, the SEC plays 4 Non-conf. games vs 3 for the Pac12, so theoretically they have more opportunities to schedule good teams. Here's what we got this year from the "top tier SEC" teams (Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Texas A&M, LSU, South Carolina, Mississippi State, Arkansas, Auburn [last 2 only included because everybody thought they'd be good]):
Auburn vs Clemson
Alabama vs Michigan
LSU vs Washington
Arkansas vs Rutgers
South Carolina vs Clemson
Georgia vs Georgia Tech
Florida vs Florida State
And those last 3 are annual rivalry games, so out of 33 opportunities to schedule quality competition the Top 8 SEC teams faced a whopping 4. That's 7 games against BCS level competition, and 5 of those games were against the Big East and ACC, the 2 weakest of the conferences.
That is ridiculously pathetic. Those same teams did manage to schedule a combined 11 FCS schools though, so there is that. The most powerful conference in college football faced more FCS teams than BCS teams amongst it's strongest members.
Now, I think they're the best conference in the NCAA, however, why are 2 loss SEC teams getting the benefit of the doubt when they've literally played nobody outside the SEC?
Texas A&M struggled against Louisiana Tech
Florida struggled against Bowling Green
Georgia struggled against Wofford
Robinson was making bad throw after bad throw, it had nothing to do with their defense, that's just how bad that kid is as a QB, look at his statline this year.
Outside of Notre Dame, the only good team he played was Alabama, his stats should be off the chart with the number of weak teams he's played.
Notre Dame has not impressed AT ALL this year, I don't care if they're undefeated, they have not impressed at all. At best they look like an 8-12 ranked team in a normal year.i guess you are taking alabama title spot away to right, since they lost to A&M. facts are simple, ND has key wins and hasn't lost a game. Anyone saying, they aren't that good is a moron
I look forward to Alabama crushing them in the championship.
Or with any luck USC will make sure that doesn't even happen, one can only hope. I'd really rather not see such a pathetic championship game.
Last edited by basch152; 11-22-2012 at 03:35 AM.
the SEC us great, but the gap between the other conferences is not nearly as big as people make it out to be