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Gamecock Record ???

Posted: 12/8/2009 5:37 PM

Gamecock Record ??? 


Like me, you are probably pretty tired of The coots constantly bragging about the SEC and running down the ACC.

OK, somebody please tell me what the coots record against ACC teams has been since they joined the "mighty" Southeastern conference.
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Posted: 12/8/2009 6:04 PM

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To give a balanced picture, you might consider listing Clemson's record against ACC opponents during that same time range. I have no idea what it is, but it would be interesting to see.
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Posted: 12/8/2009 6:57 PM

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All time vs. ACC teams:

Clemson - 285-163 (.634)
USCjr - 155-172 (.475)


Since 1991 (when they joined the SEC)

Clemson - 81-61 (.637)
USCjr - 9-17 (.321)



Don't worry gamecocks, NEXT year is your year!
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Posted: 12/8/2009 7:57 PM

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WOW!!!! Coot fans must not have seen this yet.
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Posted: 12/8/2009 10:09 PM

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No, I just don't think they understand numbers that well. We should have simplified everything to basic ratios and explained how they work. "Now, for every 6 losses we have, we win about 8. For you guys its more like 2 or 3 wins. What's bigger, 8 or 2?" That one they may be able to figure out.

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WOW!!!! Coot fans must not have seen this yet.

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Posted: 12/8/2009 10:52 PM

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LMFAO

----PsychoTea wrote: ---------------

No, I just don't think they understand numbers that well. We should have simplified everything to basic ratios and explained how they work. "Now, for every 6 losses we have, we win about 8. For you guys its more like 2 or 3 wins. What's bigger, 8 or 2?" That one they may be able to figure out.

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WOW!!!! Coot fans must not have seen this yet.

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Posted: 12/9/2009 12:51 AM

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Don't forget the bubbles for the multiple choice answers of:

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D. All of the Above
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Posted: 12/9/2009 2:42 AM

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i understand this number 34-17 beatdown. now that that is out of they way....are you guys gonna schedule Coastal again next year? the EZZ is pathetic and you couldnt even win that...so now you turn to this in a year that scoreboard is all that matters...i wasnt alive in 1903 and really dont give a crap about it. i remember when Clempsin had a 29 year winning streak against UVA. that chagned one day and then UVA started owning you for a few years in a row...it is possible that you witnessed a couple weeks ago that turning of tides. If, and i will say if, because there is no evidence that it will happen, we begin a run of three or four years winning against you...will you bring up the record between 1946 to 1970? who cares...live in the recent past which BTW you do own us but remember...Spiller Ford and Palmer were your offense...and i mean the complete offense....we played with 12 freshemn and handled you very easily...dont let your mouth overload your behind...could be a very long decade coming up!

----PsychoTea wrote: ---------------

No, I just don't think they understand numbers that well. We should have simplified everything to basic ratios and explained how they work. &quot;Now, for every 6 losses we have, we win about 8. For you guys its more like 2 or 3 wins. What's bigger, 8 or 2?&quot; That one they may be able to figure out.

----traynjay56 wrote: ---------------

WOW!!!! Coot fans must not have seen this yet.

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Posted: 12/9/2009 3:20 AM

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I also remember 63-17 in 2003! 10 wins out of 35 of the most recent games is a good percent. If that is too far in the past, how about 3 wins in the last 10 meetings.
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Posted: 12/9/2009 4:07 AM

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i understand this number 34-17 beatdown. now that that is out of they way....are you guys gonna schedule Coastal again next year? the EZZ is pathetic and you couldnt even win that...so now you turn to this in a year that scoreboard is all that matters...i wasnt alive in 1903 and really dont give a crap about it. i remember when Clempsin had a 29 year winning streak against UVA. that chagned one day and then UVA started owning you for a few years in a row...it is possible that you witnessed a couple weeks ago that turning of tides. If, and i will say if, because there is no evidence that it will happen, we begin a run of three or four years winning against you...will you bring up the record between 1946 to 1970? who cares...live in the recent past which BTW you do own us but remember...Spiller Ford and Palmer were your offense...and i mean the complete offense....we played with 12 freshemn and handled you very easily...dont let your mouth overload your behind...could be a very long decade coming up!
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"34-17" isn't a number, but that's okay. I see that you like deflecting the point of this thread with irrelevant banter about us scheduling Coastal. I'll entertain your notion regardless to say that you seem to ignore the fact that most schedules are created years in advance. I don't know if the Coastal game was scheduled that far in advance, but more importantly is the point that every BCS conference team has at least one or two cupcake games. You guys are playing Southern Miss, Furman, and Troy next year and it's not like any mighty SEC team should struggle with any of them. I wouldn't exactly sleep on Southern Miss or even Troy though if I were you.

Anyway, you can continue to bash the ACC, but the fact remains that there were many notable OOC wins this year: VT over Nebraska; WF over Stanford; Virginia drubbing Indiana; Miami over Oklahoma; FSU over BYU; N.C. State over Pitt; UNC over UConn; and BC beating down a pretty good Central Michigan team. Sure, it's easy to rag on us after you beat us and Georgia beat Tech, but it's not like that didn't just happen in reverse last year. The ACC may not be on the level of the SEC (in football), but that doesn't mean it's utter garbage like the majority of Carolina fans seem to think.
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Posted: 12/9/2009 7:30 AM

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They are playing Presbyterian College next year. I mean give them some credit they are moving up the chain of tech schools fast.
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Posted: 12/9/2009 7:33 AM

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So, what is the SEC vs ACC football all-time, head-to-head, football record? Here you go (updated through the 2008 season):


The SEC holds an 255-123-10 (.670) all-time advantage.

In the past 11 years (1998-2008) the SEC leads the ACC in head-to-head games with a 45-36-0 (.556) record.


Will this help you out????
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Posted: 12/9/2009 9:24 AM

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Just want to forward an e-mail that I received today that sums it up pretty good.........

 

An SEC apology [127] | View Original Thread |
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Hello Tiger fans

Before you cast stones, please know that even though I am a Gator, my wife is a Clemson grad as is my father. I hope this at least earns slight rapport with you. Now, on to the apology.

As an SEC person, I want to extend an apology to Clemson fans everywhere and to the rest of the world for that matter, for the behavior of South Carolina fans. As a conference, we are seriously considering banning South Carolina fans from chanting "SEC" at games, pep rallies, and on the street. We understand that this chant for them is a semblance of some greater good, but it is a greater good to which South Carolina has never, nor will ever contribute. It is an embarrassment to the SEC that South Carolina would parade the conference in a manner that would suggest their achievement is merely being a member. It would be like every senior citizen running around shouting "AARP" or "AAA". Just because you carry the card does not mean you have actually contributed anything to the organization.

Further, as a Florida Gator, I also must let you know that we usually forget that South Carolina is part of the SEC until they do something stupid in effort to taunt their lack of greatness. Everyone in the conference with the exception of Vandy and Mississippi State looks upon South Carolina as the whimpy kid on the playground that gets beat up everyday, has his lunch money taken, and left with a hemorrhoid splitting wedgie. So, again, please do not hold South Carolina's ridiculous attempts at flaunting greatness against our conference. Perhaps if they had actually accomplished something other than pure mediocrity in their athletics, we, the SEC, would not be embarrassed by their antics. Do we find it acceptable to chant our conference letters when facing an out of conference opponent? Yes. It was okay for us to do so against FSU this past Saturday, as it was in Atlanta for the despicable half-breed dogs from Athens after their win over Georgia Tech. The reason only being that both teams have accomplished levels of greatness in their history. The only levels of greatness achieved in Columbia have been the unfathomably great levels of disappointment, mediocrity, and lawyer fees.

I know that most of you have probably already done the research and know what I am about to tell you, but South Carolina has had 33 coaches in their history. Only twelve have had winning records at the school and of those twelve, three were one year stints so they can hardly be counted with records of 3-0 (1907) and 2-1-1 (1918). Further, South Carolina is now 535-534-44 all time (or .5004 in games decided, .481 in all games [ties included]). VANDY is 551-542-50 all time...That's right VANDY has a better all time record than South Carolina in football (here's the % for all you math whizzes: .504 in games decided, .482 in all games). Statistically, South Carolina is a greater doormat than Vandy. Oh yeah, Kentucky has a .503 winning % in games decided and .485 overall. So next time you hear one of those chickens crowing about their conference, please remind them that they are only outdone by Mississippi State in losses.

I promise I am not a statistician, and I know that losses suck, especially when all you can hear is that stupid rooster crowing every time they complete a pass...blah blah blah. But, statistics don't lie. They are supposed to get one out of every three. 49-30 all time in Columbia (that's right at 62.0%)and 16-8 in Death Valley (66.7%) for a total of 63.5% of the wins go to Clemson. We call that domination in Gainesville. Once again showing that we in the SEC do not respect the achievements of South Carolina, nor do we think it acceptable to continually lower the bar for our conference. I have also come to realize that South Carolina has a perpetual inclination towards flaunting the name of a great coach on their sideline, once again attempting to deflect attention away from their mud-dragging history. The latest attempt with Spurrier has done nothing but drag another great name through the mud with the team. What South Carolina has failed to recognize thus far into Spurrier's tenure is that he keeps a losing record against his in state rivals. We were 5-8 against Free Shoes University under Spurrier and 0-1 against The Urinal (note that Spurrier left in 2001 after lobbying to play a three year series with Miami from 2001-2003, where we probably would have walked away with a 1-2 record under Spurrier). Maybe now that he is 2-3 against Clemson (again 60% is right at 2/3 winning margin for Clemson), South Carlina fans will start to see that he will not get it done there, just like everyone else they have hired.

Anyway, my purpose here has been to apologize on behalf of the SEC for the stupidity of Gamecocks everywhere. Chickens are quite stupid animals and South Carolina does not do much to help with that image. So, from all of your friends in Gainesville, FL, please do not hold their actions against our conference, they just don't know any better. But, again, as an unofficial spokesman for our conference, the SEC apologizes that South Carolina exists

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Posted: 12/9/2009 9:49 AM

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----Van1964 wrote: ---------------

So, what is the SEC vs ACC football all-time, head-to-head, football record? Here you go (updated through the 2008 season):


The SEC holds an 255-123-10 (.670) all-time advantage.

In the past 11 years (1998-2008) the SEC leads the ACC in head-to-head games with a 45-36-0 (.556) record.


Will this help you out????

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It never fails that a fan of Sakerlina East College gives SEC stats in reponse to a thread about Sakerlina East College football record.
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Posted: 12/9/2009 10:21 AM

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Van1964 wrote: So, what is the SEC vs ACC football all-time, head-to-head, football record? Here you go (updated through the 2008 season):


The SEC holds an 255-123-10 (.670) all-time advantage.

In the past 11 years (1998-2008) the SEC leads the ACC in head-to-head games with a 45-36-0 (.556) record.


Will this help you out????

yea it helps a lot actually. you once again ignore your team's losing record and go to that familiar crutch of your conference being better than ours.

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Posted: 12/9/2009 2:17 PM

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USC joined the SEC in 1992.

Since then USC has gone 4-2 vs. ACC teams not named clemson (NC, NCSt, UVa). We've gone 6-12 vs. the clem.
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Posted: 12/9/2009 3:44 PM

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PutACockInIt wrote: USC joined the SEC in 1992.

Since then USC has gone 4-2 vs. ACC teams not named clemson (NC, NCSt, UVa). We've gone 6-12 vs. the clem.

why do you say teams not named clemson? so clemson doesn't count? sure counts for you guys when you beat us. and so what you're 4-2 against those teams. is that anything to brag about?

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Posted: 12/10/2009 12:14 PM

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Let me share a little information I received:

34 - 17! Total domination!

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Posted: 12/10/2009 3:31 PM

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As usual, the coots miss the point or try to change the subject.

Clemson fans don't bad-mouth the SEC. We have great respect for that Conference.

The point is the coots constantly run down the ACC, because Clemson is in it. With a record of 9 wins and 17 losses against ACC schools since they joined the SEC in 1991, what does that say about Carolina's football program?

You'd think they would search for another topic, wouldn't you?
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Posted: 12/10/2009 7:34 PM

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Coots also count the 1965 season victories they had to forfeit for ineligible player violations.  That included the ACC Championship trophey.

  So you can drop another 4 "victories" over ACC teams.

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