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Landmass
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Ole Miss, Arkansas, and MSU have stepped it up

This is what makes the West so competitive. Unlike Auburn, all 3 schools have invested heavily into improving their programs. Kudos to all 3.


salty1
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frick it, have an upvote.


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Ice Box
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I’ll drink to that


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Clark14
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quote:

Ole Miss, Arkansas, and MSU have stepped it up


This happened no doubt. Those three hires were spot on that year.


Landmass
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It's more than just coaches. They've invested financially too.


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Ancient Astronaut
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That’s not very clesi


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NCIS_76
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Ole Miss is currently in position to hold on to their future along with Alabama.


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Grievous Angel
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Georgia is luxuriating in the dumpster fire that is the SEC East. Just hasn't been the same since Florida fell off.

The SEC West is superior, top to bottom. There are no Missouri/Vandy/Tennessee type cupcakes over here.


Landmass
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quote:

There are no Missouri/Vandy/Tennessee type cupcakes over here.


This post was edited on 9/22 at 10:41 pm


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BiggRazorback
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Hell frick yeah.


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