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jpetty3023
05-18-2012, 03:42 PM
ESPN just reported that the big 12 champ and the sec champ will play one another in a designated bowl game beginning in 2014. This is bad news for you sec cats!!


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deerfield
05-18-2012, 04:13 PM
ESPN just reported that the big 12 champ and the sec champ will play one another in a designated bowl game beginning in 2014. This is bad news for you sec cats!!


Bring it on! SEC will dominate.

Here's the link to the ESPN press release: http://espn.go.com/college-football/story/_/id/7945482/big-12-sec-champions-play-new-year-bowl-game

E4NASH
05-18-2012, 05:56 PM
ESPN just reported that the big 12 champ and the sec champ will play one another in a designated bowl game beginning in 2014. This is bad news for you sec cats!!


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Lol...that's the funniest thing you've ever said! You must've been out in the sun too long today! Not one team in the Lil 12 could hang with even the lowest SEC team. Welcome to shared space with the "Big10" as the SEC's whipping boy...


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jpetty3023
05-18-2012, 07:34 PM
The man of all men has spoken:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JhAmCPfbQpk&sns=em

rdlangston13
05-19-2012, 02:31 PM
Saying that the beat team in the big 12 could not beat the worst team in the sec is just ignorance. I will admit that the sec is a good tough conference and historically superior to the big 12 however they are close, too close for the worst sec team to beat the best big 12 team.

And let's not forget how the sec got so good, a couple hundred years of breeding super athletes...


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jpetty3023
05-19-2012, 06:37 PM
No doubt David, them sec boys have officially lost them minds!!


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E4NASH
05-19-2012, 06:55 PM
We'll see...


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WaterBullDawg1980
05-19-2012, 08:08 PM
Have you guys read or heard Urban Meyers comments on the the athletes in the SEC compared to other conferences? Basically said the athletes on the defensive line are much faster and athletic in the SEC compared to everywhere else. Its not that an Ohio St doesn't have skill position players as good as the skill guys at UGA, LSU, Bama, or UF. But its across the lines where the real difference is noticed. This is always apparent in bowl games but specifically the national title games. Its in the trenches where the dominance is established. Its a physical and emotional beat down to get dominated on either line of scrimmage. Look at the SEC Championship game last year. UGA dominated LSU for an entire half. But it was the depth of their defensive line that we couldn't match. Our first teamers just got beaten down by LSUs mud hogs up front.

I agree with the above. FAR superior breeding going on down South. :cool:

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WaterBullDawg1980
05-19-2012, 08:11 PM
Oh yeah...to the OP.... I cant wait for this game to start. Looking forward to the SEC asserting its dominance on the BIG 12 like a farmer would on a rented mule. ;)

By the way....when is UT going to kick Mack to the curb and pass the reins over to ole Major?

I am a HUGE Applewhite fan by the way. Loved UT when he was QB.

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jpetty3023
05-19-2012, 08:23 PM
Mack Daddy has 2, maybe 3 left in him I would say. Ole Muschamp was suppose to be the relief hitter but he went to one of them S E Clown schools-:). I'm guessing Major would be the successor but I think I'd like to see him go elsewhere and get some HC experience. Maybe after a year or two one of them flamboyant sec coaches will take the reins!! How much longer dummy boy gonna be coaching Bama.!! He only in it for the money and that's one thing the Horns have plenty lf


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sandm
05-20-2012, 10:32 AM
great...

one more reason for the bsu fanboys up here to start bitching about how they are excluded from a game that they would most certainly dominate year after year :)

kaneboats
05-21-2012, 11:21 AM
SEC should just send Vandy every year to put a whippin on the Big 12 (or pick a number) champ.

WaterBullDawg1980
05-28-2012, 11:32 AM
Poor Vandy. Bless their heart.

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rdlangston13
05-28-2012, 02:06 PM
I'd like to see a 60-7 score from any of the top 6 schools in the big 12 putting a whipping on vandy. You SEC boys are ignorantly cocky


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jpetty3023
05-28-2012, 02:11 PM
I'd like to see a 60-7 score from any of the top 6 schools in the big 12 putting a whipping on vandy. You SEC boys are ignorantly cocky


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LMAO and ROFL, this may be your best post EVER David!! Hook 'Em


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evoimport6
05-28-2012, 09:04 PM
Pretty sure Univeristy of Kentucky is the whipping boy for the SEC(football). I think that the big 12 Needs to open up to Louisville! I am with the Big 12!

rdlangston13
05-28-2012, 09:12 PM
LMAO and ROFL, this may be your best post EVER David!! Hook 'Em


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No No Jason. This is...

http://chasforemanideajournal.files.wordpress.com/2010/09/saw-_em-off.png

http://www.hollandbarstool.com/documents/image/Logos/Collegiate/texas-tech.jpg

E4NASH
05-28-2012, 09:21 PM
How Many National Championships does the Big 12 have over the last 10 years?? And didn't they lose at least two to an SEC school (my Gators and the wretched Tide) oh and didn't one of those schools also LOSE to an "overrated" "shouldn't have been there in the first place school" (Boise State) in the Fiesta Bowl during this Time period? And this is the same conference that is too scared and snobbish to let that school in to make it an actual 12 team conference because they are afraid that little guy would roll through that defenseless league. Poor Texas... :-(

Us SEC boys can be cocky because it's always the Big 12 and 10 fanboys that are so J over the SEC's success they LOVE to TALK about how much better they are. But then when they get their chance to knock us off they can't deliver. But hey, that's ok, little brother usually hates on Big brother every chance they get when really little brother just wants to be just like big brother. Big 12 you'll get your chance one day but for now enjoy the view from the rear and watch and learn...


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rdlangston13
05-31-2012, 12:51 PM
I never said the Big 12 was superior to the SEC. History will easily prove otherwise. I am saying that the extent of the difference is not as great as the SEC schools make it out to be. The worst SEC team CANNOT beat the best Big 12 team. Sorry but that ain't going to happen. When it comes to Texas losing to Alabama, that was actually a good game, especially since Texas was led by a freshman QB who almost led a comeback. Even the Oklahoma vs Florida game was a good game, problem there that I could see was Bob Stoops run the same play on the goal line 4 times in a row and gets negative yardage each time.

SEC is on average better than the Big 12, no doubt. But not to the exaggerated extend ya'll make it out to be.

kaneboats
05-31-2012, 01:02 PM
Yea, you're absolutely right. For the SEC, it's not like playing against a girls powderpuff team, it's more like playing against a decent boys high school team.

WaterBullDawg1980
05-31-2012, 08:36 PM
Not Big 12 news, but Ohio State backed out of the home and home series against UGA in a few years. Urban is a wussy.

wolfeman131
05-31-2012, 10:55 PM
Not Big 12 news, but Ohio State backed out of the home and home series against UGA in a few years. Urban is a wussy.

Whatever . . . It was for 2020 & 2021. Urban won't be there for that long.


DESTIN, Fla. – The football games scheduled for 2020 and 2021 between Georgia and Ohio State have been called off.

Ohio State recently informed UGA that it is exercising its right to cancel the games, which had been set up in a memorandum of understanding between the schools in December 2010.

“They couldn’t make it happen due to the Pac 12-Big 10 football schedule deal,” Georgia athletic director Greg McGarity said Thursday, referring to a recent agreement between those conferences for a series of regular-season matchups beginning in 2017.

“And we understood,” McGarity added.

McGarity said Ohio State would not face a financial penalty for canceling the games, one of which was to have been played in Athens and the other at Ohio State. Specific dates had not been set. Ohio State recently informed Georgia that it could not confirm dates.

WaterBullDawg1980
05-31-2012, 11:37 PM
Urban's reaction when he heard that OSU had decided to play UGA......

http://static.fjcdn.com/comments/gt+Creates+new+meme+gt+Negative+response+_b054bfd8 4bb010c1a6b2c2c705061367.png

jpetty3023
06-03-2012, 07:55 PM
TX golf team beats Bama for national championship.


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E4NASH
06-03-2012, 09:22 PM
TX golf team beats Bama for national championship.


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Golf is not a REAL sport...


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WaterBullDawg1980
06-03-2012, 10:21 PM
Golf is not a REAL sport...


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LMBO! That actually makes me feel pretty crappy. I like to think of myself as a fairly athletic gent and I cannot break into the 70s to save my life. It must be the clubs.

The most frustrating game I have ever played for sure.

kaneboats
06-03-2012, 11:10 PM
70's?????????? How about only double digits?? I got into doubles digits the last two times out for the first time in over 12 years. 6 kids and scratch golf (or even double digit golf) don't go together till you hit from the forward tees.

WaterBullDawg1980
06-03-2012, 11:49 PM
The best thing I ever could have done for my game is learned how to putt. Oh yeah, and I practiced with my wedges a lot. What gets me is errant drives. Hitting my second from the wrong fairway is problematic.

jpetty3023
06-04-2012, 12:09 AM
C'mon man!!!! It's sport enough for the NCAA to recognize THE University of Texas as NATIONAL CHAMPIONS. Eat that Bama boys

E4NASH
06-04-2012, 08:43 AM
C'mon man!!!! It's sport enough for the NCAA to recognize THE University of Texas as NATIONAL CHAMPIONS. Eat that Bama boys

That's about as meaningful as a National Championship in Water Polo...c'mon Petty you are starting to reach now... ;-)

BTW who is #1 in College Baseball right now???

Chomp chomp!


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jpetty3023
06-04-2012, 10:37 AM
A ring is a ring just as a defeat is a defeat! Hook Em. And you know just as well as i do that that #1 ranking means nothing going into the CWS tourney. It's a good start yes buy means nothing cause #1 seed usually always falls


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wolfeman131
06-04-2012, 09:31 PM
Petty is probably going to get all geeked up if the OK Gooners girls softball team beats Bama in the WCWS.

Its on the TV @ the bar I'm in, otherwise I would have no freaking idea who was playing. Nor would I be watching.

WaterBullDawg1980
06-04-2012, 11:01 PM
I'm actually watching it as well. Not sure why. I got caught up watching UGA girls this season as they seemed to be on tv a lot. They got the shaft by the ump against Bama.

Wolfe: My favorite player is hails from Ohio actually. Tess Sito. She was a transfer this season from a school called Elyria? Cool name and she is always dirty from sliding. Tough chick.

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jpetty3023
06-04-2012, 11:02 PM
Not all geeked up, it's just another arse whooping of the sec courtesy of the BIG 12!

Get outta the bar wolfey-:)


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WaterBullDawg1980
06-04-2012, 11:37 PM
After further research it looks like the SEC knows how to grow em unlike those women of the Big 12 with gravy running through their veins.
http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-HfB0po6rrAQ/TpH7L4MzavI/AAAAAAAADfE/V3wtALF1BDw/s320/DPBDKFCICWCDUEH.20070429000458.jpg
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http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-FNsXT8464rc/TpH7IR_1g7I/AAAAAAAADek/kMU7SbmPdmE/s320/5336_808028477525_23408083_48203875_2713630_n.jpg
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WaterBullDawg1980
06-04-2012, 11:50 PM
Getting back to the SEC football talk.....Here is the breakdown of current recruiting classes for 2013. Once again the SEC is dominating holding down 60% of the top 10.

Although the Georgia breakdown is obviously from the Gator idiot Chris Nee. He says that Henry is expected to start. We are not expecting Henry to crack the top 3 with the stable we have back there. For the Tennessee fans on the board (And I KNOW we have some) where is UT in these rankings??? LMBO! I better watch my mouth, bc the Tennessee fans I speak of are kinda a big deal around here if you get my drift.

Top 10 teams
1. MICHIGAN
Total commits: 20
Star average: 3.70
Points: 2,569
Top commitments: PQB Shane Morris (No. 22 in Rivals100), DT Henry Poggi (No. 52 in Rivals100), OLB Mike McCray (No. 55 in Rivals100), OT Chris Fox (No. 57 in Rivals100), OT Patrick Kugler (No. 73 in Rivals100), OT Kyle Bosch (No. 77 in Rivals100), S Dymonte Thomas (No. 95 in Rivals100)
The Buzz: Michigan has the top overall class in the nation as June begins. The Wolverines lead the county in total commitments. Among their 20 commitments, 14 are rated four-star prospects. Seven of those prospects are members of the Rivals100, led by the nation's No. 2 pro-style quarterback in Morris, who is a four-star prospect.
MORE MICHIGAN: TheWolverine.com

2. GEORGIA
Total commits: 19
Star average: 3.47
Points: 2,151
Top commitments: ATH Derrick Henry (No. 38 in Rivals100), S Tray Matthews (No. 85 in Rivals100)
The Buzz: Georgia is racking up commitments at a record pace for Mark Richt and the Bulldogs. With 19 already in the fold, the Dawgs are more than six months ahead of the pace from a year ago. The class is led by the nation's top athlete, Henry, who is expected to start at running back when he reaches Georgia. Another excellent get for Georgia was Marietta (Ga.) Walton four-star offensive center Brandon Kublanow, who is the nation's No. 2 overall center.
MORE GEORGIA: UGASports.com

3. TEXAS
Total commits: 14
Star average: 3.86
Points: 2,110
Top commitments: DQB Tyrone Swoopes (No. 17 in Rivals100), WR Ricky Seals-Jones (No. 18 in Rivals100), OT Kent Perkins (No. 32 in Rivals100), OLB Deoundrei Davis (No. 46 in Rivals100), OT Jake Raulerson (No. 61 in Rivals100), WR Jake Oliver (No. 72 in Rivals100), DT A'Shawn Robinson (No. 87 in Rivals100), CB Antwuan Davis (No. 93 in Rivals100)
The Buzz: Texas is in familiar territory near the top of the team rankings. Mack Brown and company have once again begun with a flurry of top-tier commitments. The class is led by the top dual-threat quarterback in the nation in the five-star Swoopes and the top wide receiver in the nation in four-star Seals-Jones.
MORE TEXAS: Orangebloods.com

4. ALABAMA
Total commits: 14
Star average: 3.79
Points: 1,921
Top commitments: ILB Reuben Foster (No. 2 in Rivals100), TE O.J. Howard (No. 30 in Rivals100), WDE Jonathan Allen (No. 35 in Rivals100), RB Altee Tenpenny (No. 53 in Rivals100), PQB Cooper Bateman (No. 92 in Rivals100)
The Buzz: Nick Saban and Alabama are once again assembling an excellent group of prospects to bring to Tuscaloosa. The Crimson Tide landed a commitment from the No. 2 overall prospect in the nation with five-star Foster. Four-star Howard is the nation's No. 2 overall prospect at his position.
MORE ALABAMA: TideSports.com

5. FLORIDA
Total commits: 16
Star average: 3.56
Points: 1,844
Top commitments: ILB Daniel McMillian (No. 66 in Rivals100), WR Ahmad Fulwood (No. 69 in Rivals100), RB Kelvin Taylor (No. 92 in Rivals100), S Nick Washington (No. 99 in Rivals100)
The Buzz: Will Muschamp and Florida addressed some major needs early in the process, loading up at linebacker and wide receiver. They landed two of the nation's best at the positions in four-star McMillian, the No. 4 inside linebacker in the nation, and four-star Fulwood, the No. 9 wide receiver in the nation.
MORE FLORIDA: InsidetheGators.com

6. TEXAS A&M
Total commits: 16
Star average: 3.44
Points: 1,685
Top commitments: WR Derrick Griffin (No. 25 in Rivals100), DT Isaiah Golden (No. 126 in Rivals250), OG Ishmael Wilson (No. 159 in Rivals250), WR Laquvionte Gonzalez (No. 164 in Rivals250), DT Kerrick Huggins (No. 166 in Rivals250), DQB Kenny Hill (No. 178 in Rivals250), PQB Kohl Stewart (No. 209 in Rivals250)
The Buzz: As Texas A&M prepares for its first season in the SEC, the Aggies are assembling a class to help make them a contender in the ultra-competitive league. Four-star Griffin is the crown jewel of a class that includes seven four-star prospects already. The best defensive prospect in the class for the Aggies is four-star Golden, who is ranked at No. 126 overall in the Rivals250.
MORE TEXAS A&M: AggieYell.com

7. OHIO STATE
Total commits: 11
Star average: 4.00
Points: 1,667
Top commitments: CB Cameron Burrows (No. 13 in Rivals100), CB Eli Woodard (No. 19 in Rivals100), SDE Joey Bosa (No. 20 in Rivals100), ATH Jalin Marshall (No. 48 in Rivals100)
The Buzz: Ohio State is a story of quality over quantity at this point in the process. Out of its 11 commitments, 10 of them are ranked four-star prospects or better. The class is led by a pair of talented cornerbacks in five-star Burrows and four-star Woodard. Four-star Bosa will rush the passer off the edge for the Buckeyes.
MORE OHIO STATE: BuckeyeGrove.com

8. LSU
Total commits: 14
Star average: 3.71
Points: 1,614
Top commitments: OT Ethan Pocic (No. 36 in Rivals100), WR John Diarse (No. 83 in Rivals100), PQB Hayden Rettig (No. 84 in Rivals100)
The Buzz: With five commitments over the past two weeks, LSU has made a surge into the top 10 of the team rankings. The Tigers' top commitment in that time is four-star Pocic, who is considered the nation's No. 3 offensive tackle. They also landed their quarterback of the future in four-star Rettig.
MORE LSU: TigerBait.com

9. NOTRE DAME
Total commits: 13
Star average: 3.62
Points: 1,529
Top commitments: OLB Jaylon Smith (No. 4 in Rivals100), OT John Montelus (No. 79 in Rivals100)
The Buzz: Notre Dame landed the nation's top outside linebacker on Saturday when the Irish kept Smith in his home state for college. The Irish are loading up along the offensive line in the 2013 class with four of their seven top commitments coming up front. They will provide blocking for the nation's No. 4 dual-threat quarterback Malik Zaire, who is ranked as a four-star prospect.
MORE NOTRE DAME: IrishIllustrated.com

10. AUBURN
Total commits: 11
Star average: 3.45
Points: 1,333
Top commitments: WDE Carl Lawson (No. 14 in Rivals100), SDE Dee Liner (No. 15 in Rivals100), ILB Trey Johnson (No. 42 in Rivals100)
The Buzz: Auburn has assembled a very strong defensive class thus far with seven of its 11 commitments coming on that side of the ball. The group is led by five-star Lawson, the nation's top weakside defensive end, as well as five-star Liner and four-star Johnson. The top offensive commitment for Gene Chizik and company is in-state four-star wide receiver Earnest Robinson, who is No. 113 in the Rivals250.
MORE AUBURN: AuburnSports.com

kaneboats
06-05-2012, 10:33 AM
Good stuff. I don't see Florida State on here. I keep hearing about this great class. Wonder where they all are.

jmvotto
06-05-2012, 10:45 AM
You guys are borderline scary!!!

Mark, did not know we had mel kyper jr on here...

Gotta love meat and potatoe girls....:D

WaterBullDawg1980
06-05-2012, 12:05 PM
Kane: FSU is number 13 right now. They will move up when it is all said and done as they are in the top group for quite a few big names. They have gotten two solid OL prospects which they really needed two years ago. They have recruited very well the last two years almost getting back to when Bowden was in his prime. But they have also missed big on a few prospects evaluations as well. Insert Jeff Luc here.

JV: I am one of the freaks who pays money every month to get the inside info on where 17 and 18 year olds are going to play football. I am a nut. But I really get into the evaluation of these players. Love studying film and seeing how my evaluations measure up a few years down the road. Recruiting is getting a little ridiculous now a days with the medias coverage of these kids. Add social media (Twitter and FB) into the mix and it makes it even worse. Wish we could tame this entitlement mentality so many of these kids have today. Sad fact.....A lot of kids will not consider a school unless they are offered a scholarship their SOPHOMORE year of HS! They say, that the schools are not "showing them love" when they offer in their junior year.

deerfield
06-26-2012, 07:29 PM
An update on college football playoffs ....


http://www.foxnews.com/sports/2012/06/26/university-presidents-agree-on-plan-for-college-football-playoff-system/

WaterBullDawg1980
06-26-2012, 10:42 PM
I wonder where the other two bowl sites will be. I would bet that one of them will be the Georgia Dome. Larger city that is easily accessible, right in the Southeast so its close to the SEC schools (Obviously important since we always are so awesome) and no weather issues.

Not sure on the other. Maybe the Cowboys stadium? But what bowl is there now?

wolfeman131
06-27-2012, 02:19 AM
no weather issues.

Not sure on the other. Maybe the Cowboys stadium? But what bowl is there now?

Hmmmm . . .

Guess you don't remember all the crap the ATL took for the inclement weather that rolled in for the Super Bowl in 2000?

The Cotton Bowl is at Jerry's House now.