West Dominates the east so far

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  1. TexasTigers

    TexasTigers Are You With Me ?

    Jan 14, 2002
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    So far this season the SEC west has dominated the EAST

    Today Auburn is taking UT to the woodshed.
    LSU beat UGA their best team
    Ole Miss probably our second weakest team beats the might gators in the swamp.
    Miss St - Beats Vandy (Yeh the toilet bowl but an sec tilt none the less)

    Dont know but so far, aside from UGA beating Bama the west has dominated the east in the SEC

    Geaux Tigers
  2. TigerEducated

    TigerEducated Founding Member

    Feb 18, 2003
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    The SEC West has now watched the proverbial pendulum swing back into its favor with the emergence of LSU, as well as Auburn's rise with Alabama's stumble. Arkansas is surprising a lot of people as well, and even with MSU's slip back into mediocrity (and Ole Miss and Alabama's continuation due to Eli's loss and the scholarship sanctions, respectively in the next few years), the Arkansas/Auburn/LSU triumverate will likely be the big dogs on the SEC West block for the forseeable future.

    To be honest, though, the last three years (including this young one), Auburn and Arkansas have been in the mix, along with LSU, for the SEC Western Division Title.

    LSU had to beat Arkansas to stay alive in the race in 2001, and took out Auburn to claim the trip to the ATL. Last year, Auburn had the inside track until the tripped up, and Arkansas and LSU again decided who went to Atlanta.

    This year, those three teams will not only decide who goes to Atlanta, but they'll decide who the SEC Champion will be as well. They're the class of the league at this point, but Georgia will force whoever comes out of the West to reckon with them in Atlanta...Book it.

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