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    Roll Tide!
    Alabama took care of Tennessee as i expected that they would. A lot of the talking heads were saying Bama secondary would have a hard time with Bray and the TN recievers. I think the Bama secondary answered alot of question that people had about this defense.


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    If Oregon, K-State and Notre Dame all win out, will a one loss SEC champ have a chance at the National title?
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    Quote Originally Posted by leemac View Post
    If Oregon, K-State and Notre Dame all win out, will a one loss SEC champ have a chance at the National title?
    probably , but only if that one loss team is the SEC Champ...if Alabama were to win out but lose in the SEC title game I could see them still going...but the USC Trojans still have Notre Dame and Oregon on their schedule so they could win out and be a one loss team in the mix, as could Oklahoma if they win out and win the Big 12..the teams that lost early may be better off than those that lose late...lots of scenarios left
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    The Aggies left seven points on the field (missed pat and two missed field goals). Those points made the difference between winning and loosing. And one of the field goals was practically a chip shot. But LSU won fair and square and it was the outcome I was expecting. Two loses to the top 3 and 6 team by only a small margin shows they can compete in the SEC.
    I don't look forward to the AL game but who knows they could have a bad day. It will have to be a really bad day though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BonMallari View Post
    probably , but only if that one loss team is the SEC Champ...if Alabama were to win out but lose in the SEC title game I could see them still going...but the USC Trojans still have Notre Dame and Oregon on their schedule so they could win out and be a one loss team in the mix, as could Oklahoma if they win out and win the Big 12..the teams that lost early may be better off than those that lose late...lots of scenarios left
    Close, but a one loss Bama will be playing a no loss SEC champ Florida or vice versa
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    Once again, there could easily be 3 1 loss SEC teams @ the end of the season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TDB87 View Post
    Roll Tide!
    Alabama took care of Tennessee as i expected that they would. A lot of the talking heads were saying Bama secondary would have a hard time with Bray and the TN recievers. I think the Bama secondary answered alot of question that people had about this defense.
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    if the Vols had any kind of secondary that would have been a very close game. Bama got some cheap points off of several blown coverages.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rboudet View Post
    if the Vols had any kind of secondary that would have been a very close game. Bama got some cheap points off of several blown coverages.


    You're right, it might of been 37-13.
    McCarron was putting the ball on the money on the longer balls and was hitting his check downs when the long ball wasn't there. It sho enough wasn't gonna be closer because the TN offense left pts on the field, because they got shut down on the ground and didn't have much going for them on the pass.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jacob Hawkes View Post
    Once again, there could easily be 3 1 loss SEC teams @ the end of the season.

    Sure Florida and Bama. One has to lose the championship and the winner could also lose one along the way.
    Miss state may be able to hold on and finish with one loss but I doubt it. That leaves only Fl and Bama with one loss.
    I know your saying LSPhew but Bama is going to give them loss number 2. They are also 128th in passing, 28th in rushing, 52 in points for, and 10th in points against. That ain't going to finish them with one loss.
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    Alabama is the greatest, they've played nothing but powerhouse teams so far, and they make no mistakes.

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