Rematch with USCe in the SECCG?

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  1. LSUfan71

    LSUfan71 Founding Member

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    Of USCe, UF, and UGA, the birds have the easiest road. UF and UGA play each other, and UGA has Auburn remaining. I guess it's too much to hope for a USCe victory at the bog...

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    USCe remaining games
    10/13 at UNC
    10/20 Vanderbilt
    10/27 at Tennessee
    11/03 at Arkansas
    11/10 #9 Florida
    11/24 #22 Clemson
     
  2. diamondheadtiger

    diamondheadtiger Founding Member

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    Spurrier will beat UF, I'd bet the farm on this one.
     
  3. JP4LSU

    JP4LSU Founding Member

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    I think SC loses another on or two. I think it comes down to who wins the UF/SC game. The UGA and UF game could be a good one, so that could throw my predcition out the window.

    I don't think USC can UF. I just can't see that happening.
     
  4. LSUTiga

    LSUTiga TF Pubic Relations

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    I picked them as the SEC East rep before the season and still think they will be there. The Florida game isn't at the Swamp and that gives them a shot, imo, though I wouldn't put money on it.
     
  5. offshoretrash

    offshoretrash Founding Member

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    USCe don't stand a chance against Florida. Teblow will run all over them.

    I also think Ark will be very hard for USCe to beat because Ark will run all over them.
     
  6. stk

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    I think they run the table with the exception of Arkansas. McFadden and Jones will put up an unthinkable amount of yardage unless Houston Nutt somehow manages to screw that game up.
     
  7. TC

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    It's a free-for-all. Could wind up being three teams with two losses each in the East. I believe that happened a few years ago (among UT, UF, UGA). UT beat UF, UF beat UGA, UGA beat UT. They gave Georgia the nod because they were ranked highest in the BCS. I think that was the year we thrashed them in the SEC Championship Game, 34-14.
     
  8. LSUTiga

    LSUTiga TF Pubic Relations

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    That's what they said about Auburn too. LSU in the Peach bowl against Miami, Appy State against Michigan, I could go on and on...........there's ALWAYS a "Chance".

    Like I said, I wouldn't bet on it.
     
  9. 100%TigerBred

    100%TigerBred Founding Member

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    after 1 loss is everyone counting out UK? I for one am not, here is there remaining schedule :

    LSU
    FLA
    MSU
    VANDY
    UGA
    TENN

    I see one more loss maybe two in their remaining games, due to the fact that they only go to Vandy and UGA. everything else is at home. Not to mention turnovers killed them on a wet field. (first time they played in bad weather all year)

    I see UT w/ at least 4 or 5 losses, Vandy w/ at least 4, UGA w/ at least 3 (including to UK), FLA w/ at least 3 (w/ UK beating them), and USC w/ at least 3.

    So, if UK can run the table after losing to us next week, then they have a shot. In all honesty the east is still very much wide open, w/ alot of football left to be played.
     
  10. Berge

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    Honestly, we can't take out UT either. They COULD rebound... Likely? No...

    LSU started 0-1 in the SEC in 2005...
     

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