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Posted on 7/9/24 at 11:33 pm
Posted by TN Tygah
Member since Nov 2023
3068 posts
Posted on 7/9/24 at 11:33 pm
103-74, a 58% winning percentage (impressive, but certainly not up to par with the Texas brand), and 25-14 since Sarkisian took the reins. Last year was good for Texas, no doubt, but unfortunately they pulled a Bama against a 3rd year HC from the PAC 12.

But the SEC is far weaker than the mighty Big 12; gentlemen, this may be the breakout season they’ve been waiting for. Arch Manning is also so good that it’s been rumored he can occasionally “will his team to win” from the bench.

Perhaps a 2005 season is on the horizon, or maybe even a return to the glory days we’ve all read about in history books, but to this day those have not been confirmed to have ever happened.

I just wanted to point this out because it doesn’t seem like Texas fans around here have the slightest clue as to how the rest of the NCAA sees them.

Serious responses only. Not a troll thread, please.

Discuss.
This post was edited on 7/9/24 at 11:33 pm
Posted by TexasOnTop
Member since Nov 2023
1743 posts
Posted on 7/9/24 at 11:40 pm to
Is this thread a response to LSU not being a Blue Blood?
Posted by Hugh McElroy
Member since Sep 2013
17872 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 12:50 am to
Something something…cherry picking the last 14 years…something something
Posted by ColoradoElkHerd
USA
Member since May 2014
2506 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 1:40 am to
alas the "glory days" and awesome record against Aggies tua is so proud of was accrued before scholarship limits were imposed in 1973.

the tua record against Aggies including 1973 and later seasons is 20-19.

This post was edited on 7/10/24 at 1:45 am
Posted by RT58
Alabama
Member since Oct 2007
3691 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 2:31 am to
Until they prove otherwise, 58% winning
Percentage IS their brand lol.
Posted by DhanTigers212
Member since Dec 2014
8225 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 5:36 am to
quote:

Is this thread a response to LSU not being a Blue Blood?


LSU Football:

806-434(.645)
4 National Championships
31-24 Bowl Record
3 Heisman Winners

Texas Football

948-382(.702)- This has a lot to do with the Big12
4 National Championships
31-25 Bowl Record
2 Heisman Winners


If Texas is considered a blue blood so should LSU.

Posted by Dairy Sanders
Member since Apr 2022
1616 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 5:40 am to
quote:

Texas is considered a blue blood so should LSU.


Naw. LSU is new oilfield trash money. Texas is 5th generation rancher money.
Posted by DhanTigers212
Member since Dec 2014
8225 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 5:58 am to
Imagine not winning a championship in one of the big 3 sports since 2005.
Posted by rtr23242526
Member since Dec 2022
3295 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 6:18 am to
Bama destroyed them in 09..see Miami after Bama destroyed them in 92 nat
This post was edited on 7/10/24 at 2:26 pm
Posted by Dissident Aggressor
Member since Aug 2011
3955 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 6:20 am to
quote:

Is this thread a response to LSU not being a Blue Blood?

hhmmm, lets see
blue blood
or
3 trophys this century
pick one sport…
Posted by rtr23242526
Member since Dec 2022
3295 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 6:31 am to
Not about success dumdum...it's about being old...since 1930s continued success...


Miami Hurricanes not blue but what 4 5 Nats 80s early 90s
Posted by RTRnFlorida
Tampa, FL
Member since Mar 2024
277 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 6:37 am to
All facts
Posted by All Gas No Brakes
Member since Jul 2021
516 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 6:39 am to
Sorry but what relevance do Charlie Strong and Tom Herman results have to do with projecting Texas’ performance going forward?
Posted by FluffyBunnyFeet
Dallas, TX
Member since Oct 2014
2622 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 6:50 am to
quote:

I just wanted to point this out because
You wanted to start yet another thread about Texas because this entire board is completely obsessed with us. Incessant, repeated threads, day after day after day, about Texas.

quote:

it doesn’t seem like Texas fans around here have the slightest clue as to how the rest of the NCAA sees them.

We absolutely do have the slightest clue how the rest of the NCAA sees us. Every time some pundit makes a list of blue bloods, Texas is on it and you are not. That's how the rest of the NCAA sees us, but more importantly, that's how the rest of the NCAA does NOT see you. It sucks that you're so butthurt about it, but that's just the way it is.

See you on the next Texas thread in an hour or so.
Posted by Old Sarge
Dean of Admissions, LSU
Member since Jan 2012
55980 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 6:57 am to
quote:

Not about success dumdum...it's about being old...since 1930s continued success...


But Utrans didn’t win a championship until the 1960s, And they only have three
This post was edited on 7/10/24 at 6:58 am
Posted by Rex Feral
Athens
Member since Jan 2014
11778 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 7:01 am to
They did beat UGA in the Sugar Bowl.
Posted by Longhorn Actual
Member since Dec 2023
1121 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 7:01 am to
quote:

Naw. LSU is new oilfield trash money. Texas is 5th generation rancher money.


More like 5th generation rancher who went into the oil business, became a billionaire, and now employs the LSU oilfield trash money...but I get your point.

One is a real school in a real state. The other is a mediocre school in a state with absolutely nothing else going on.

Posted by 212ZonePress
Member since Jun 2015
40 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 7:41 am to
Blue Blood = Won nattys when the #1 ranking was decided BEFORE THE BOWL GAMES - pre-1970s...

Pre-1970s Natty's are mostly suspect AF...Blue Blood status is pretty much a fraud case-by-case.
LSU and the U are by all means New Blue Bloods...
Posted by Nado Jenkins83
Land of the Free
Member since Nov 2012
60057 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 7:49 am to
quote:

TexasOnTop


You know you are a bottom
Posted by Nado Jenkins83
Land of the Free
Member since Nov 2012
60057 posts
Posted on 7/10/24 at 7:49 am to
You forgot you suck weiner.
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