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SnakeyFSU13 wrote: Was the SEC overrated this year? Who knows, the jury is still out until tonight. Was UF, LSU, and Miss State (during the regular season) overrated? Yeah. Also USC finished 7-6, not 6-7. The ACC is not a good football conference, but they went 4-2 this year in bowls (and 6-3 if you want to count future members with ND still up in the air). Give credit to where credit is due to Clemson and GT for stepping up.
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Posted: 1/7/2013 9:32 PM
SnakeyFSU13 wrote: Was the SEC overrated this year? Who knows, the jury is still out until tonight. ...
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CB2001SC wrote: I need some help from you guys trying to figure out how the ACC is doing. I know Les Miles handed a bowl win to Clemson, so that made one for the ACC. Then they said they got another one when Louisville beat Florida because Louisville plans to join the ACC, or maybe has joined the ACC, but just not yet. But it's still an ACC win because Louisville will be in the ACC. Okay, I'm trying to keep count here, but it's getting foggy.Ole Miss beat Pittsburgh as expected, but they aren't counting that as a loss because Pittsburgh is not in the ACC yet. What the heck? How can the Louisville game be a win but Pittsburgh not be a loss.Now I just heard Roy Philpot on WCCP and it seems that Notre Dame, a team with ACC connections, may finally end that six year stranglehold on the national championship. Notre Dame is joining the ACC, but not in football. So if they win, will it be a win for the ACC? Based on the Pittsburgh loss (It's not an ACC loss), I'm pretty sure an Alabama romp won't have any bearing on the ACC. But what if Notre Dame wins?Can somebody help me figure this out?
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SnakeyFSU13 wrote: How are we begging for national relevance when we just won a BCS bowl and finished in the top 10?
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jaxcock wrote: I Imagine they will try to count our win vs Michigan since we were in the ACC over 40 years ago.
Posted: 1/10/2013 8:21 AM
Nip it in the bud
Last edited 1/10/2013 8:26 AM by gotigrz
Posted: 1/10/2013 12:06 PM
gotigrz wrote: "May Clemson's shame forever be marked in the history books as the biggest bowl beating ever"sorry, but, clemson's loss to WV wasn't the biggest bowl beating ever (tulsa 63 - bowling green 7)... it was the biggest beating in a BCS bowl... something some teams have never had the chance to out do.
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