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Old 11-09-2008, 09:01 AM
 
Location: Texas
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don't really think stoops had an option. he wasn't good enough to coach there. remember, they had spurrier and the gators were dominating the SEC back then. of course then we had to live through the zook era. I am sure that whatever small 12 team the gators make mince meat out of, they will claim that the gators cheated.

"but they cheated. we score, then they score, that's the deal. they had no right holding our system offense to 200 yards. they cheated. they wouldn't let us score."

we are the chompions. if you ain't a gator, you gator bait.
Ole Miss. hahahahaha. If they could be the mighty gators at home, Florida state will scalp them.
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Old 11-09-2008, 09:07 AM
 
Location: Wilmington, NC
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you obviously haven't seen what that game did to them. unfortunately, arkansas, kentucky, LSU, vandy, and georgia all have.

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Ole Miss. hahahahaha. If they could be the mighty gators at home, Florida state will scalp them.
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Old 11-09-2008, 09:10 AM
 
Location: Texas
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you obviously haven't seen what that game did to them. unfortunately, arkansas, kentucky, LSU, vandy, and georgia all have.
some real heavy hitters there. try playing a real team. what a sissy conference.
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Old 11-09-2008, 09:22 AM
 
Location: Wilmington, NC
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a real team like baylor, texas A&M, nebraska, kansas state, iowa state, or colorado. speaking of heavy hitters. at least of the teams I mentioned, there are two BCS teams and the BCS champs from a year ago. don't let reality get in the way though. the small 12 is a joke.

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some real heavy hitters there. try playing a real team. what a sissy conference.
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Old 11-09-2008, 09:23 AM
 
Location: Wilmington, NC
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the SEC are the national champions of the last two years. sorry, but there's just no denying it. I'll stick to the facts. shouldn't the small twelve be looking at SEC assistants to be head coaches like they did with nebraska and oklahoma?
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Old 11-09-2008, 10:34 AM
 
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I'll stick to the facts. shouldn't the small twelve be looking at SEC assistants to be head coaches like they did with nebraska and oklahoma?
Sort of like Auburn? Tuberville was DC for the Aggies before he went to the SEC.

LSU? We all know where Les Miles came from.

Ole Miss? Houston Nutt came from Boise State.

FU? Urban Meyer, got him from Utah.

UK? Got him from Oregon.

Doesn't look like too many SEC HC's are homegrown.

Oh, and Pelini was co-DC for the Sooners before he was DC at LSU. Just sticking to the facts.

Bob Stoops has been a HC for 9 yrs, in that time, 6, yes six, of his assistants are HC's in FBS. Kansas, Texas Tech, Arizona, Houston, Nebraska and San Diego State.
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Old 11-09-2008, 10:54 AM
 
Location: Wilmington, NC
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you are all over the map. please. the SEC is where you want to coach. everyone knows that. tradition unmatched. the small 12 is where you just end up when you can't get a head coaching job in the SEC. all the coaches had to come up through the ranks. now, they are just at the pinnacle. the next step would be the NFL. but, even arkansas drew an NFL coach out of the NFL, so did bama. they just realized that the SEC was where they needed to be. I wonder who is going to be tennessee's next coach. they will have their choice of anyone in the nation, except for some fellow SEC coaches.

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Sort of like Auburn? Tuberville was DC for the Aggies before he went to the SEC.

LSU? We all know where Les Miles came from.

Ole Miss? Houston Nutt came from Boise State.

FU? Urban Meyer, got him from Utah.

UK? Got him from Oregon.

Doesn't look like too many SEC HC's are homegrown.

Oh, and Pelini was co-DC for the Sooners before he was DC at LSU. Just sticking to the facts.

Bob Stoops has been a HC for 9 yrs, in that time, 6, yes six, of his assistants are HC's in FBS. Kansas, Texas Tech, Arizona, Houston, Nebraska and San Diego State.
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Old 11-09-2008, 11:04 AM
 
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I guess its called SEC blinders. I have never talked to anyone from ACC country with SEC blinders on.
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Old 11-09-2008, 11:13 AM
 
Location: Wilmington, NC
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I guess I have to lay on the sarcasm a little bit thicker for people to notice. I am a gator fan, I think they are playing the best football right now. it's plain and simple. the rest is just friendly smack talk. this isn't really ACC territory. we are at the end of tobacco road. it's all transplants here so you have fans of all teams. I wasn't kidding about that tennessee job though. I read that they had the most scholarship money of any school. that should be attractive to anyone. I would think that lane kiffin would be the number 1 candidate.

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I guess its called SEC blinders. I have never talked to anyone from ACC country with SEC blinders on.
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Old 11-09-2008, 12:10 PM
 
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SEC is the best conference in football.. It's not even close.
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