Well Shafter... I have to admit... Your PAC 10-12 boys do play some amazing non conference schools. I noticed OR beat Nicholls ST 66-0, Stanford bulldozed Army by an incredible 34-20, UCLA beat 3-6 Nevada 58-20, and ASU beat Sacramento State 55-0.
I know those west coast boys are tough... I'm just glad my South Carolina Gamecocks didn't have to run that gauntlet...
Schaeffer, I've never claimed to be an intellect; however, I feel pretty confident that you're not and if you don't like what I post then feel free not to read it. If you're ever in Louisiana let me know so we can see if you can shut my pie hole up!!! For what it's worth my posts are directed are your idiotic comments.
You guys still read them? After seeing all the flack you guys were writing about him I just put him on the ignore list. Sounded like a legit troll account that only signed up to play ego games and stir the pot. Seems that's still what's going on.
Dustin, he's not bothering me in the least but ignoring him does seem like a good idea.
Hah, you LSU guys are pretty smart, but that ignore thing'll only work 'til he shows back up with the user name SECffer.
teams of all conferences schedule the same "get well" opponents. as someone noted earlier, sometimes the athletic directors and coaches get a shock when they put these schedules together. here are two examples of how different expectations can be from reality in the few years between a schedule being set and the game being played:
1. when alabama scheduled virginia tech for their 2013 schedule, i am sure bama thought vt would be the top tier, highly ranked, quality team history indicated they would be. didn't turn out that way!
2. when tennessee scheduled oregon for their 2013 schedule, i am sure the vols thought the ducks would suck just like the ducks have throughout recorded history. didn't turn out that way!
as one of my favorite southern tv charachters gomer pyle used to say, "soo-prize, soo-prize, soo-prize!";-)
In case anyone wanted to watch it;