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Fiesta Bowl would likely choose us because of our location than anything else. The fact is, it's probable that we won't be above LSU or Florida when all is said and done. Fiesta would take us for something other than standing.
“Honestly [tu's offer] doesn’t really matter though because I won’t go there. I won’t even visit." “I want to play big time ball in the SEC"
Either OU or ND in the Fiesta would be incredible. I think OU would give us more problems, but beating them would give legitimacy that we're better than the conference we left (oh and we beat the team that throttled tu). Taking on ND would also be pleasurable owing to the past bowl history with them (and I think we would destroy them handily).
Hoping the team can keep it together these last two weeks and win the way we need to win to ensure us a BCS spot. Given the success to date, it would be easy to look past these last two.
It is crazy to think about all the top bowls the SEC will be a part of. SEC will rake in some serious dough no matter who plays in what bowl. I mean come on two in BCS, capitalone, cotton, gator, chick fil a. Is that correct?
Yes. This. I want a piece of the domers.
Never go full retard
This post was edited by Samwho19 17 months ago
6 teams in the Top Ten BCS, and everyone is saying the SEC sucks the year. Can't wait for the Pay off system, SEC will have two every year I think.
Come playoff time the rest of the country will get so mad when the championship game is always two SEC teams, haha!
Stewart Mandel's article this morning has some truth to it IMO. I think teams will start to model our offense if we continue to have success. With the right athletes, it has the potential to beat a smash mouth football team or run with a true spread, throw it on every team. Don't be surprised if the tide continues to turn in the SEC over the next couple of seasons.
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