Six Questions For '06

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  1. Hawker45

    Hawker45 Founding Member

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    Based on how they finished in 2005, here's a six-pack of questions for the new year:

    1) Which 0 or 1 loss team from 2005 will have the worst record in 2006?

    Texas, USC, PSU, WVU, or TCU

    2) Which two loss team will have the worst record in 2006:

    tOSU, LSU, VT, Bama, Oregon

    3) Which three loss team will finish with the best record?

    Georgia, ND, Auburn, Florida, Miami

    4) Which four loss team will have the best record?

    Clemson, Oklahoma, Nebraska, Cal, Boise State

    5) Which five loss team will have the best record:

    Michigan, FSU, Iowa, ASU, GT

    6) Which 6 loss team will finish with the best record?

    Colorado, Maryland, T A&M, Tennessee, Michigan State

    BONUS QUESTION: Who should be most embarassed that they're even part of question 5 or 6?:shock:

    Michigan, FSU, Iowa, or Tennessee
     
  2. goldengirlfan

    goldengirlfan simple man

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    1. TCU
    2. Bama
    3. Auburn
    4. Nebraska
    5. Iowa
    6. Maryland

    Bonus: The Tennessee Coondogs. I hope fatboy stays on for years to come.:hihi:
     
  3. TejasTiger

    TejasTiger Founding Member

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    1) Which 0 or 1 loss team from 2005 will have the worst record in 2006?

    PSU

    2) Which two loss team will have the worst record in 2006:

    Bama

    3) Which three loss team will finish with the best record?

    Miami

    4) Which four loss team will have the best record?

    Boise State

    5) Which five loss team will have the best record:

    FSU

    6) Which 6 loss team will finish with the best record?

    T A&M

    BONUS QUESTION: Who should be most embarassed that they're even part of question 5 or 6?

    FSU
     
  4. TerryP

    TerryP Founding Member

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    Probably PSU. Both WVU and TCU have one of those schedules that has one big game on it...as example, if TCU can beat Tx. Tech. they have a shot at running the table.

    All of the above? I don't have a lot of faith in Ohio State...someone will pick them apart with those 8-12 yard routes against the LB corps.

    It bears noting an additional game this year.

    I'd say Miami, contigent on how they do against FSU. A win there...and they'll be hard to stop.

    Clemson and Cal (again, contingent on one game vs UT)

    Florida State and Iowa. (see WVU and TCU with Iowa)

    That's a tough one. UT has a good chance of starting 1-2...skating through the next two and if they don't get mad finding themselves 3-3 mid-way through the season.

    aTm- I didn't think they needed rebuilding. :hihi:

    Gosh, Colorado?

    UT, hands down.

    With no doubt, I find myself thinking that a simply change in a position coach (Cut) isn't going to change the discipline problems engrained into that program for the last 4-5 years.
     
  5. Deceks7

    Deceks7 Founding Member

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    1 TCU Not sold on them in any form or fashion.

    2 Bama, not just because I am from Auburn. OLine issues, new QB,and defensive losses are too much.

    3 Auburn, because I am from Auburn, also great coordinators and one of the biggest factors, Coach Yox.

    4 Boise State Not a whole lot of competition

    5 Iowa Great job on the basics, well schooled teams win.

    6 Colorado Big 12 North, no need to say more

    Bonus Blue and Maize should always contend.
     
  6. Goodlifetiger

    Goodlifetiger Founding Member

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    !. Texas
    2. VT
    3. Auburn
    4. Boise State
    5. FSU
    6. Tennessee
    7. FSU
     
  7. TerryP

    TerryP Founding Member

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    Are you saying the SEC, as a whole, is tougher this year? Or, the SEC schedule Bama has is tougher?

    If it's the first statement, I have to question..."Who, is tougher?"

    Realistically, the team that finishes 3rd in the West could very easily have the 3rd best record in the SEC as a whole.
     
  8. red55

    red55 curmudgeon Staff Member

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    The top 6 SEC teams all have the capability to be top-10 teams nationally, but of course they will beat up on each other to prevent that.

    There are going to be some damn fine SEC teams ending with 8-4 or 9-3 records this year. Can't be helped in a league this competitive.
     
  9. cajdav1

    cajdav1 Soldiers are real hero's

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    Remember too that the PAC 10 has added five more losses on to their teams this year, it may not seem like much but by adding that 9th conference game this year they are guaranteeing that five of their teams will have an additional loss.

    I think they might rue the decision to play a 9 game conference schedule and hopefully it will be because their 5 best teams lose an additional game.:)
     

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