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re: SEC Schools with National Championships in all three of the "Big 3" Sports

Posted on 7/10/24 at 8:59 pm to
Posted by 3down10
Member since Sep 2014
23487 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 8:59 pm to
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You're fake.


If you can convince the IRS of this, we can be good friends.
Posted by TN Tygah
Member since Nov 2023
3055 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 9:00 pm to
Big 12 board
Posted by KCM0Tiger
Kansas City, MISSOURI
Member since Nov 2011
15614 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 9:04 pm to
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If you can convince the IRS of this, we can be good friends.



Posted by skrayper
21-0 Asterisk Drive
Member since Nov 2012
31206 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 9:06 pm to
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They won the BCS, the agreed upon format by all teams.


Eh, 2007 just doesn't have a national champ.
Posted by CharlotteSooner
Member since Mar 2016
11423 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 9:14 pm to
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2007 (Football)




Very aggie
Posted by TouchdownTony
Central Alabama
Member since Apr 2016
9893 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 9:19 pm to
Baseball ain't a Big 3 dawg. aside from 6 or 7 schools nobody give a shite.

There's a Big 2 and everything else. With that said I respect Mizzous basketball history.
Posted by RelentlessTide
Member since Feb 2020
3185 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 9:20 pm to
I’d put women’s gymnastics ahead of baseball
Posted by BigNastyTiger417
Member since Nov 2021
3182 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 9:21 pm to
…. And won the National Championship game.
Posted by GoGators1995
Member since Jan 2023
2325 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 9:21 pm to
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With that said I respect Mizzous basketball history.

What history? They've never even made the Final 4.
Posted by Jack Daniel
In the bottle
Member since Feb 2013
25909 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 9:23 pm to
Can you post who played in the national championship game that year? My google is down. TIA
This post was edited on 7/10/24 at 9:29 pm
Posted by RebelTheBear
Saban's spare bedroom
Member since Aug 2016
5566 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 9:25 pm to
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1960 (Football)

Factually incorrect
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2007 (Football)

Factually incorrect
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1909 (Football)

Factually incorrect
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1921 (Basketball)

Pre-tournament titles aren't recognized by the NCAA
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1922 (Basketball)

Pre-tournament titles aren't recognized by the NCAA
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1954 (Baseball)

How embarrassing, and congrats on your 70th anniversary of winning something meaningful
This post was edited on 7/10/24 at 9:26 pm
Posted by GoGators1995
Member since Jan 2023
2325 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 9:26 pm to
A teacher named Patrick Premo and a computer geek named Phil Porretta declared Mizzou as 1921 and 1922 basketball champions - in 1995.
This post was edited on 7/10/24 at 9:26 pm
Posted by Harry Rex Vonner
American southerner
Member since Nov 2013
36189 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 9:32 pm to
I might as well post that I long jumped 28 feet


hell, I'm the lead singer of the Rolling Stones, and I invented corn
Posted by Tiger Live2
Westwego, LA
Member since Mar 2012
9632 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 9:40 pm to
Weak
Posted by Bama Bird
Member since Dec 2011
Member since Mar 2013
19395 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 9:49 pm to
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1921 (Basketball), 1922 (Basketball),


Ignoring the football ones, but if you're going to claim fake basketball championships you have to also include LSU in the OP
Posted by jonnyanony
Member since Nov 2020
10645 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 9:51 pm to
This is some UCF level delusion
Posted by CharlotteSooner
Member since Mar 2016
11423 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 9:52 pm to
Mizzou......2010 Big XII South Champs.
Posted by mtb010
San Antonio
Member since Sep 2009
4604 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 10:23 pm to
Well, that trophy is still in Baton Rouge, so……
Posted by cyde
He gone
Member since Nov 2005
31833 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 10:39 pm to
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Claiming fake national championships

We'd like a word with you...
Posted by lsusteve1
Member since Dec 2004
42436 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 10:44 pm to
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LSU lost to KENTUCKY and ARKANSAS that year. Not only that, but they lost late in the season and was saved by one of the most miraculous last 2 weeks of the regular season ever in college football.


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