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Entertaining game last night/this morning.   First half took right at 2 hours to play.  Second half wasn't much better.  Throw in a long halftime and you end up with a game that end well after midnight.  On a school night.  Dang.  I get that they want to maximize their exposure over the entire country, but that's tough on the folks in the Eastern Time Zone.   But, at least the game was entertaining and competitive. 

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11 hours ago, badbird said:

This thread is like your rankings.  Once your team is out you just quit talking.  I guess LSU was a little better than you thought.  SEC is still over rated.  :rolleyes:

Nah I gave up when I realized I was talking back and forth with myself

 

Their defense still ain't that good but their WRs are a hell a lot better than I thought they were 

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12 minutes ago, Perspective said:

But can we all agree that, at least for this season, there was at least one "Elite" team in the SEC?  B)

I still didn't think LSU was very strong on defense but their offense was so good that overall they would be an elite team 

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On ‎1‎/‎13‎/‎2020 at 5:00 PM, ColumbiaHighFan2017class said:

Tigers vs Tigers

 

Time to see who the best in the country is

Purple and Gold Tigers stripes man, I am assuming that you were pulling for LSU to win last night correct? lol

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19 hours ago, Jambun82 said:

Purple and Gold Tigers stripes man, I am assuming that you were pulling for LSU to win last night correct? lol

If Clemson won he could have said FSU was 31 points away from beating the national champ.  now he realizes they they lost by 31 points to the team that lost by 17 points to the National Champs.  

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On 1/14/2020 at 11:32 AM, ColumbiaHighFan2017class said:

Top 5 in SEC is good

 

Every team outside of top 5 is Garbage

Taking the nolebull philosophy on garbage teams?  After Clemson the rest of the ACC was garbage this year and most years

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On 1/14/2020 at 11:32 AM, ColumbiaHighFan2017class said:

Nah I gave up when I realized I was talking back and forth with myself

 

Their defense still ain't that good but their WRs are a hell a lot better than I thought they were 

Bull shit.  If Clemson would have kept rolling you would have kept updating.  

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22 minutes ago, badbird said:

Bull shit.  If Clemson would have kept rolling you would have kept updating.  

Well I stayed talking on the national board thread of the game till I stopped watching early in the 4th when LSU went up by about 3 scores 

 

I just gave up because I was talking to myself here 

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25 minutes ago, badbird said:

Taking the nolebull philosophy on garbage teams?  After Clemson the rest of the ACC was garbage this year and most years

And I agree

 

Though Virginia looked decent again UF

 

They probably at least on par with the tier 2 SEC teams this year (which would include Florida) 

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51 minutes ago, ColumbiaHighFan2017class said:

And I agree

 

Though Virginia looked decent again UF

 

They probably at least on par with the tier 2 SEC teams this year (which would include Florida) 

Virginia was not on par.  Virginia was tier 3 SEC.  Put them in with Kentucky and Texas A&M

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5 minutes ago, badbird said:

Virginia was not on par.  Virginia was tier 3 SEC.  Put them in with Kentucky and Texas A&M

Virginia is easily better than those 2 weak as crap teams

 

If anything I would put Virgina in tier 3 and bump those 2 teams to tier 4

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1 minute ago, ColumbiaHighFan2017class said:

Virginia is easily better than those 2 weak as crap teams

 

If anything I would put Virgina in tier 3 and bump those 2 teams to tier 4

don't get confused by a performance in one game.  Virginia sucked and is on par with Texas A&M and Kentucky

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Laz index

33 Texas A&M Aggies FBS 1.351 8 5 1.271 25 116.77 SEC - West
34 Oklahoma St Cowboys FBS 1.344 8 5 1.249 36 116.24 Big 12
35 Kansas St Wildcats FBS 1.343 8 5 1.241 44 116.15 Big 12
36 Iowa St Cyclones FBS 1.333 7 6 1.294 12 117.58 Big 12
37 Virginia Cavaliers FBS 1.327 9 5 1.221 54 112.55 ACC - Coastal
38 Arizona St Sun Devils FBS 1.324 8 5 1.259 28 113.18 PAC-12 South
39 Kentucky Wildcats FBS

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2 minutes ago, badbird said:

don't get confused by a performance in one game.  Virginia sucked and is on par with Texas A&M and Kentucky

Kentucky did nothing all season to make them a good team and Texas A&M nearly lost to a completely trash Arkansas team who hasn't won a SEC game in 2 years

 

Those teams are Terrible and would have never been seen as anything else if they resided in any other conference but the SEC

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Just now, ColumbiaHighFan2017class said:

Kentucky did nothing all season to make them a good team and Texas A&M nearly lost to a completely trash Arkansas team who hasn't won a SEC game in 2 years

 

Those teams are Terrible and would have never been seen as anything else if they resided in any other conference but the SEC

and Virginia sucks ass and barely beat FSU and lost to Miami

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