there are literally millions of variables that result in the outcome of a play, a game and an entire season. but since we're talking about A&M, let's look at their 3 biggest games this season: UF, LSU and bama. they lost 2 of those games. they found immediate success in the SEC, but let's not act like the steamrolled all their top competition. they beat ONE top school and lost to TWO others...
Originally Posted by Pinstripe power
if someone - ANYONE - was making the argument that the SEC is, top to bottom, the best conference in the nation and even its worst teams are better than other conference's middling or better teams, you'd have a legitimate argument. but, as pointed out already, NO ONE is saying that (certainly not here). i really think you're arguing a non-point because you're fed up with the coverage and success of the conference over the past decade. i get that frustration, i really do... but it doesn't justify this crusade you seem to have over a non-point. it's just foolish.