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2011 SEC Football Discussion

Discussion in 'College Football' started by Gatorubet, Feb 3, 2011.

  1. Gatorubet

    Gatorubet Banned

    :shake: I wanted Henry.

    So Gator bait it is then. Look forward to four losses in TWLOCP and a new coach sometime soon Mutts...
  2. Gatorubet

    Gatorubet Banned

    'Zooka? You still here? How many you gonna win this year? No, not talking game brawls, I mean team wins.
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  3. Henry is a stud. Gotta wonder if he'll stay solid once Richt is fired :sneaky:.
  4. osugrad21

    osugrad21 Capo Regime Staff Member

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  5. Gatorubet

    Gatorubet Banned

  6. Gatorubet

    Gatorubet Banned

  7. Nutriaitch

    Nutriaitch Retired Super Hero

    lets see, since 2003:

    Arky = 59-41
    LSU = 84-21

    Arky = 2-3 in Bowl Games
    LSU = 6-2 in Bowl games

    Arky = 1 div. title
    LSU = 3 div titles

    Arky = 0 SEC titles
    LSU = 2 SEC titles

    Arky = 0 national titles
    LSU = 2 National titles

    Arky = 3 losing seasons
    LSU = 0 losing seasons

    Arky = 0 top 10 poll finishes
    LSU = 5 top 10 poll finishes (3 in the top 3)

    Arky = finished season unranked 6 times
    LSU = finished season unranked 1 time

    so um yeah, we helped y'all SoS considerably, while y'all dragged ours down.
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  8. sammyjenkis

    sammyjenkis Sophmore

  9. Gatorubet

    Gatorubet Banned

    The wheel was invented in the 4th millennium BC. It allowed the use of onager or human drawn carts.

    Since that time, man has used the wheel and the wheeled vehicles to move himself and his family to warmer climates where you do not die of the cold if one is locked outdoors. Other benefits of moving south include the ability to be outdoors and active year round, for the woman of your culture to appear damn near naked more of the time, and for the men to be able to fish without having to drill holes in the thick ice.

    The negative of moving south is occasional bouts with tropical weather, and having your former friends and family up north want to visit you all the time while braying about how things are better "back home", even though they never seem to want to stay there during vacation time.
  10. Jaxbuck

    Jaxbuck I hate tsun


    Its 110 degrees with 90+% humidity 9 months of the year. You can theoretically go outside and frolic year round about the same as you can do it up north. Activity as tame as watching a football game is life and death if you don't drink enough water.

    The only place in the U.S. I know of that's actually comfortable to go outside year around is Southern California.
  11. BuckeyeSoldier

    BuckeyeSoldier 2 time Reigning BuckeyePlanet Poker Champion

  12. Gatorubet

    Gatorubet Banned

    What part of Mercury is named "Jacksonville"? It has not been 110 in N/Awlins ever.
    If I can take a bunch of 12 and 13 year olds to a summer camp where everything is a half mile away from everything else, on a week averaging 95 degrees and 60-70% humidity and not have any of 'em die on me - I think adults with half a brain can figure it out.
    Show me where I said "comfortable". And I agree with you on Cali
  13. SmoovP

    SmoovP doesn't ride a Harley

    OK, Let's see, in 2010:
    ARK SOS #2
    LSU SOS #3

    ARK SOS #2
    LSU SOS #4

    ARK SOS #5
    LSU SOS #4

    ARK SOS #18
    LSU SOS # 17

    ARK SOS #2
    LSU SOS #5

    ARK SOS #2
    LSU SOS #25

    ARK SOS #22
    LSU SOS #10

    ARK SOS #18
    LSU SOS #20

    With the exception of 2004 and 2005, our SOS have been within 3 places of one another.

    In 5 of the 8 years in question, Arkansas played a tougher schedule than LSU.

    It looks to me as if the .01 difference in our cumulative SOS number (as scored in the original linked page at Football Study Hall) is accounted for in 2005, when LSU played a schedule 23 positions weaker than Arkansas did.

    Of course, LSU is probably docked a few points due to LSU being in Baton Rouge.
  14. osugrad21

    osugrad21 Capo Regime Staff Member

    I feel like Tank watching Neo in the Matrix...
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