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Who gets the last spot?

 

Ohio State and LSU are locks unless they get crushed in title game.  Clemson is a lock unless a huge upset.

Georgia, Utah, Oklahoma for last spot?  Baylor still has a slim chance

 

I think Oklahoma gets it

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12 minutes ago, badbird said:

Who gets the last spot?

 

Ohio State and LSU are locks unless they get crushed in title game.  Clemson is a lock unless a huge upset.

Georgia, Utah, Oklahoma for last spot?  Baylor still has a slim chance

 

I think Oklahoma gets it

UGA gets it if they win

 

Though that's unlikely

 

 

Utah I feel gets it if they win pac 12, if they lose it will be winner of Oklahoma vs Baylor

 

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Would not surprise me at all if Georgia beats LSU. Dawgs have the best defense in the SEC and can also get the job done with the run game. I’m not an SEC fan at all and this year, the SEC is way down overall compared to the recent past. They have some very good teams but some pretty bad ones as well. I think Utah has a decent shot if they beat Oregon and GA loses. But thus far, my eye test says the SEC should get two teams in. The Top 4 IMO should be OSU, LSU, Clemson and Georgia. 

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1 minute ago, LAZ said:

Would not surprise me at all if Georgia beats LSU. Dawgs have the best defense in the SEC and can also get the job done with the run game. I’m not an SEC fan at all and this year, the SEC is way down overall compared to the recent past. They have some very good teams but some pretty bad ones as well. I think Utah has a decent shot if they beat Oregon and GA loses. But thus far, my eye test says the SEC should get two teams in. The Top 4 IMO should be OSU, LSU, Clemson and Georgia. 

UGA lost to south Carolina and should have lost to a subpar Notre Dame team

 

I haven't been at all impressed with UGA but I do agree if they can beat LSU they should make it 

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1 minute ago, ColumbiaHighFan2017class said:

And that's a laughable and weak comeback

 

You got anything better?

Oh yea yall got smashed by the Gators you can give me all the history lesson still doesnt change the facts that the Gators smashed FSwho back to back seasons lol

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21 minutes ago, muckboy561 said:

Oh yea yall got smashed by the Gators you can give me all the history lesson still doesnt change the facts that the Gators smashed FSwho back to back seasons lol

Nice job winning your super bowl

 

Remind me when you all win a real championship again 

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16 hours ago, badbird said:

Who gets the last spot?

 

Ohio State and LSU are locks unless they get crushed in title game.  Clemson is a lock unless a huge upset.

Georgia, Utah, Oklahoma for last spot?  Baylor still has a slim chance

 

I think Oklahoma gets it

Alabama . . .

 

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16 hours ago, ColumbiaHighFan2017class said:

LSU and UF are one in the same

 

 

Both think they are elite because of  a Championship from 10 years ago, neither program is elite this decade as neither program has done a thing with the $ on the line this decade

 

And FSU is elite?  STFU

 

Elite programs this decade Alabama, Clemson and Ohio State.  

 

And UCF

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37 minutes ago, badbird said:

And FSU is elite?  STFU

 

Elite programs this decade Alabama, Clemson and Ohio State.  

 

And UCF

They were when earlier in decade the year and immediately following the year they won the national championship

 

They were elite at some point this decade, LSU and UF were not elite at any point this entire decade and you know damn right that's true 

 

 

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1 hour ago, ColumbiaHighFan2017class said:

They were when earlier in decade the year and immediately following the year they won the national championship

 

They were elite at some point this decade, LSU and UF were not elite at any point this entire decade and you know damn right that's true 

 

 

Are you using nolebulls opinion of elite?  

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5 minutes ago, badbird said:

Are you using nolebulls opinion of elite?  

Not exactly but I'm not gonna throw it around Willy nilly like many will do

 

You got SEC people out there talking like they have 5-7 elite teams every year :lol::lol::lol:

 

I'm not gonna hand out a title to someone who hasn't earned it 

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4 hours ago, ColumbiaHighFan2017class said:

They finished with 1 loss the year after winning a national title

 

1 game doesn't define how strong FSU was at that time

They won 7 games that year by 6 or less that year.  They were lucky to Be undefeated in the regular season.  Winston bailed them out of a bunch of those games.  They got crushed by 39 in the semifinals.  They were not elite that year.  The previous year they were

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On 12/1/2019 at 7:52 PM, ColumbiaHighFan2017class said:

UGA gets it if they win

 

Though that's unlikely

 

 

Utah I feel gets it if they win pac 12, if they lose it will be winner of Oklahoma vs Baylor

 

IF UGA wins, lol.  Outside of high school, Georgia sports in general tend to fold under pressure.

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23 hours ago, ColumbiaHighFan2017class said:

LSU and UF are one in the same

 

 

Both think they are elite because of  a Championship from 10 years ago, neither program is elite this decade as neither program has done a thing with the $ on the line this decade

 

LSU has won 100 games this decade.  I wonder how many teams can say the same.  

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15 minutes ago, OldSchoolLion said:

LSU has won 100 games this decade.  I wonder how many teams can say the same.  

But elite is defined by championships

 

What would define a team as elite when they are going to finish decade with 2 division titles and 2 conference championship appearances?

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24 minutes ago, Nulli Secundus said:

IF UGA wins, lol.  Outside of high school, Georgia sports in general tend to fold under pressure.

I don't think UGA can beat LSU but if they somehow do then they are in playoffs but that's their path in

 

They control their own destiny 

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1 minute ago, ColumbiaHighFan2017class said:

I don't think UGA can beat LSU but if they somehow do then they are in playoffs but that's their path in

 

They control their own destiny 

I'll believe it when I see it.  This game is LSU's to lose.

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