11-30-2014, 12:26 PM
Playing with fire...
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Originally Posted by T Town Tommy
I enjoy your posts as you bring a lot of very good information to them. And you should post more. But don't let your hate of anything override your objectiveness.
Every ACC team playing an SEC team yesterday was favored to win with the exception of Ga Tech. Somehow, a poor Fla Gator team with a lame duck coach almost beat the undefeated FSU Criminoles. A team that is probably headed to the playoffs. The 9-3 Louisville Cards beat Ky by four. Wow. Four whole points. Against traditional cellar dweller Ky. Clemson finally breaks S Carolina's streak. Great for them. And Tech hadn't beat Ga since something like 2008. I was actually pulling for Tech in that one as there are a couple of hometown guys who play for Tech ( J. Thomas and J Golden). For the record.... I hope Ga keeps Richt around for years.
Mizzou... again, they have been the recipient of coming in to the SEC East when the traditional powers in the East have been down. But I will take nothing away from them. They have won - even against the less than stellar teams of the East - and deserve the recognition they get. Solid front seven on defense, an ability to win games when needed, and a great addition to the conference as a whole.
The Aggies. Let's see. They finished third, fourth, and sixth....... in their division. Their hype and their coach is overrated. Been saying it for three years now.
And yes... I do consider the SEC East to be mediocre to the SEC West. As does most people who watch college football.
Trying to mitigate the losses with "well, they won close sooo...." is really comical. SEC daily gets more and more exposed for exactly what outside people say it is... a couple GREAT teams and then the rest of the conference is no better than normal teams from other conferences. Missouri lost to freaking Indiana on top of the piss poor performances handed in yesterday by the other teams in the SEC LEast. What non-SEC fans want people to accept is that the bottom half of the conference is as bad as really any other conference... instead the propaganda machine says "every team is great, and every week is a tough game" which is BS.
Really funny to watch an under talented Big 12 team that can't hold their own against the worst of the Big Ten repeatedly win half of that mighty conference.
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