The best non SEC offenses of the last decade...

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  1. LaSalleAve

    LaSalleAve when in doubt, mumble

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    meeting SEC teams in the National Championship Game.


    2003 Oklahoma - man handled physically in the Sugar Bowl averaging 45 points per game coming into the Sugar Bowl, held to 14 points.

    2008 Oklahoma - man handled by Florida averaged 54 points per game coming into this game, was held to 14.

    2010 Oregon - man handled physically by Auburn, was averaging 49 points per game coming into this game, was held to 19.


    When is the rest of the country going to realize that regardless of how spectacular these offenses are, playing an SEC defense will neutralize them, and beat them.
     
  2. LSUTyga73

    LSUTyga73 Football Connoisseur

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    I was thinking the same thing...

    Don't forget 2006 Ohio State had the Heisman winner on their side.

    2009 Texas gets a break...

    Oklahoma shouldn't have scored any points against us. One TD came off a blocked punt recovered within the 5 yard line and the other TD came off an INT recovered in our territory. That might have been the best defensive game I've ever seen.
     
  3. LSUTiga

    LSUTiga TF Pubic Relations

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    Oklahoma's offense wasnt' "the best" that year. Not even in their own conference. They were outscored 35-7 in the Big 12 Championship Game, remember?
     
  4. LaSalleAve

    LaSalleAve when in doubt, mumble

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    They were an extremely high powered offense and that game alone dropped them from averaging around 49 points a game to 45. It was Oklahoma's best offense of all time to that point. Heisman Trophy Winner Jason White who broke all kinds of records. And the thread was "the best non SEC offenses of the last decade.....that played in the national championship game against the SEC."

    I challenge you to find a more prolific offense in D1 AQ that were better than Oklahoma that year.
     

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