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roadGator
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re: How does the board see these four games going for SC?
The fact that he wasn’t shite talking your religion?


C Nite
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re: How does the board see these four games going for SC?
I never said he was shite talking, I simply stated that he was still living off of an irrelevant win from 11 years ago.


SummerOfGeorge
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Member since Jul 2013
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re: How does the board see these four games going for SC?
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Eastern Illinois (W)
@ East Carolina (toss up)
Troy (W)
Vanderbilt (W)



ECU will be tough. Houston is a good coach and they played well at times for him last year (lost by 4 @ Tulsa, beat SMU by 14). They return something like 20 of 22 starters. And that place will be rowdy for Carolina coming to town.
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roadGator
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re: How does the board see these four games going for SC?
But he wasn’t doing that.

What’s wrong with you? Every time bama is mentioned isn’t a slight. FFS


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Glorious
Central Florida Fan
Mobile
Member since Aug 2014
15644 posts

re: How does the board see these four games going for SC?
ECU is probably one of the tougher Group of 5 places to play. Could not tell you what they have returning though


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whatkindanameiskirby
US Space Force Fan
Member since Aug 2016
1988 posts

re: How does the board see these four games going for SC?
3-1 with the loss being to ECU but I wouldn't be surprised with 4-0.

I can't help but think that Beamer is in way over his head.


SCgamecock2988
South Carolina Fan
Member since Oct 2015
7358 posts

re: How does the board see these four games going for SC?
Is Troy not good anymore?


whatkindanameiskirby
US Space Force Fan
Member since Aug 2016
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re: How does the board see these four games going for SC?
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Is Troy not good anymore?


No idea.

You guys should have far more talent though.


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LouisvilleKat
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Member since Oct 2016
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re: How does the board see these four games going for SC?
I'd say 4-0 but East Carolina has had some good teams. No idea whats going on at Troy these days since Neal Brown left.


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Arksulli
Arkansas Fan
Fayetteville
Member since Aug 2014
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re: How does the board see these four games going for SC?
4-0 is my pick. 2-2 would be an "Oh Jesus, burn it all down" moment. Eastern Illinois stinks on ice from what I remember and Vanderbilt is starting a rebuild that makes Arkansas look fortunate.

@ East Carolina is likely to be a dog fight. They are going to be sky high for that game. You should out talent them though. I do not pick for or against the top of the Sun Belt conference. Every year the little conference that could has three or so teams that can give anyone in the country (outside of maybe Bama or Clemson) a real fight.


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Mizzou4ever
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re: How does the board see these four games going for SC?
4-0


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SCLibertarian
South Carolina Fan
Conway, South Carolina
Member since Aug 2013
25917 posts

re: How does the board see these four games going for SC?
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I simply stated that he was still living off of an irrelevant win from 11 years ago.

The overwhelming majority of your idiot fanbase lives off the success of a college football team representing a university whose campus they've likely never stepped foot on in a town they have only every driven through.


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KellerChrystFan
Member since Sep 2018
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re: How does the board see these four games going for SC?
You all still have a shot to beat Tennessee. Should have no problem scoring on the defense as long as you don’t have your own JG at QB.


Drydock
US Navy Fan
Osage County
Member since Oct 2013
2639 posts

re: How does the board see these four games going for SC?
IMHO, out of those 4 will be one random loss.


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LRB1967
Auburn Fan
Member since Dec 2020
425 posts

re: How does the board see these four games going for SC?
I am not sure. I think SC may win more games than just these 4.


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GetCocky11
Houston Fan
Arlen, TX
Member since Oct 2012
42185 posts

re: How does the board see these four games going for SC?
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You all still have a shot to beat Tennessee


Agreed. SC isn't good, but a lot of people are going way too negative.


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1801
South Carolina Fan
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Member since Aug 2012
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re: How does the board see these four games going for SC?
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MuH mEmBeR tHaT oNe tImE oVeR a DeCaDe AgO LoU hOlTz GaMeCoCks ShUt OuT bAmA iN bRyAn DeNnY's WiTh A lInEbAcKeR qB tHaT dIn UsE nO lAcEs To ThRoW dEm PaSsEs
well since ya brought it up - yeah


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hogminer
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re: How does the board see these four games going for SC?
4'0


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TomRollTideRitter
Alabama Fan
Member since Aug 2016
10149 posts

re: How does the board see these four games going for SC?
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Why are you playing at E Carolina?


Tons of teams are doing this now. Oklahoma is playing @Tulane this year. We have a game lined up @USF in the future.

American conference teams are too big to exclusively take money games but are a much bigger draw than lots of other G5 teams. It makes sense to do a 2-1 or even home-home.

East Carolina has good fans, and their stadium sits 50Kish I think. It’d probably be a fun one to go to.


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jumpstart
South Carolina Fan
Member since Jun 2018
504 posts

re: How does the board see these four games going for SC?
The program is not a dumpster fire. The decisions by Ray Tanner are the problems. He hired Muschamp (mistake) and then hung on to him too long...He hired Chad Holbrook (not seen as a mistake, but a no brainer at the time) and held on to him too long...then there is Frank Martin (he didn't hire him) and now he has hung on to him too long. Tanner is the problem. Most schools are going to a CEO type AD...us...we are playing old school and it's costing us big time.


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