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Old 01-01-2012, 01:41 AM
 
Location: H-town, TX.
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gamecocks play ECU, UAB, Wofford, Clemson. Not exactly the toughest OOC slate.
Maybe, but can you blame ECU, UAB and Wofford for knowing where to go for a nice payday and probable beatdown?

I don't. Times are tough. Allegedly.

You don't sign a deal with New Mexico State (you know, the school that asks boosters to give snacks to the players to help out) if you need a quick $700K (more or less) to pay the bills.
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Old 01-01-2012, 12:07 PM
 
Location: Metro Birmingham, AL
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2012 Bama Football Schedule

Sept.
Michigan @ Dallas
Western Kentucky
@Arkansas
Florida Atlantic
Mississippi

Oct
@Missouri
@Tennessee
Mississippi State

Nov.
@LSU
Texas A&M
Western Carolina
Auburn
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Old 01-01-2012, 12:25 PM
 
Location: Abilene, Texas
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That's not their correct SEC schedule. Their schedule looks like a typical SEC schedule, even tougher than most IMO.

TEXAS A&M
Sept. 8: FLORIDA
Sept. 29: vs. Arkansas
Oct. 6: at Ole Miss
Oct. 20: LSU
Oct. 27: at Auburn
Nov. 3: at Mississippi State
Nov. 10: at Alabama
Nov. 24: MISSOURI
The Aggies are going to feel the pain next season. They'll probably beat Ole Miss and maybe Mizzou if they're lucky....lol.
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Old 01-01-2012, 02:07 PM
 
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The Aggies are going to feel the pain next season. They'll probably beat Ole Miss and maybe Mizzou if they're lucky....lol.
Yeah, they'll probably have the same record as this year. LOL.
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Old 01-03-2012, 02:13 PM
 
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Maybe, but can you blame ECU, UAB and Wofford for knowing where to go for a nice payday and probable beatdown?

I don't. Times are tough. Allegedly.

You don't sign a deal with New Mexico State (you know, the school that asks boosters to give snacks to the players to help out) if you need a quick $700K (more or less) to pay the bills.
Nah, I can't blame them.

Nor can I blame Carolina for scheduling them, considering we play Georgia, Florida, Tennessee, Arkansas and Clemson every single year, with Bama/LSU/Auburn thrown in occasionally for good measure.
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Old 01-03-2012, 03:35 PM
 
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I'm going to pick the Gamecocks to go all the way next season. That team is steadily improving.
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Old 01-03-2012, 03:45 PM
 
Location: Central Texas
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The Aggies are going to feel the pain next season. They'll probably beat Ole Miss and maybe Mizzou if they're lucky....lol.
It might be painful. But I think it is also possible that they beat Florida (not very good), Auburn, and Miss St. The problem with Florida is that although it is in College Station it will be just the second game with the new coaching staff.

Auburn isn't special right now either.

I don't intend to sound too optimistic. The season could be ugly. But I think there is plenty of talent - can the new coaches take advantage of it?
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Old 01-03-2012, 03:56 PM
 
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Texas A&M got it Easy
Sept 1 Wellsley COllege
Sept 8 Missouri School for the Blind
Sept 15 Southeastern Wyoming
Sept22 At Miss St
Sept 29 Arkansas
Oct 6 Sul Ross State
Oct 13 at Vanderbilt
Oct 20 LSU
Oct 27 Ole Miss
Nov 10 at Tennessee
Nov 17 Bama

It was also announced that Betty White will be special teams coach as she is tougher than anyone they have had on staff for the past 30 years
They tried to get out of playing Bama and LSU , but New Mexico State and COlorado State were both unavailable....
LMAO, that's funny! But A&M and Ole Miss has the toughest schedules and Notre Dame schedule is brutal too!
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Old 01-03-2012, 04:38 PM
 
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It might be painful. But I think it is also possible that they beat Florida (not very good), Auburn, and Miss St. The problem with Florida is that although it is in College Station it will be just the second game with the new coaching staff.

Auburn isn't special right now either.

I don't intend to sound too optimistic. The season could be ugly. But I think there is plenty of talent - can the new coaches take advantage of it?
Gator fan here, first off I'm very excited to have A&M and Mizzou, joining the family! I checked A&M record, a lot of games came close to winning that's the same thing happened to Vandy! The SEC is stacked top to bottom, I'm not going to predict any records but PLEASE do not over look Ole Miss, Miss State, Vandy, Kentucky, and Tenn! You'll see what I mean! I'll give you a some examples, back in '08 #9 Auburn vs unranked Mississippi State, and the final score was (3-2) with Auburn winning! Also last season when they played the score was 17-14 ! And Ole Miss upset the Gators in Swamp, in '08, 31-30!
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Old 01-27-2012, 10:39 AM
 
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Tennessee plays Akron who was 1-11 and Georgia State who just started with football.

I wish this was a spoof like that other schedule somebody posted, but unfortunately it is not.

If they have yet another losing season with THAT out-of-conference cupcake laden schedule, Dooley will get run out of knoxville, orange pants and all.
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