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re: The projected SEC over/under win totals for 2024 football season released

Posted on 2/13/24 at 11:58 am to
Posted by cyarrr
Prairieville
Member since Jun 2017
3306 posts
Posted on 2/13/24 at 11:58 am to
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Alabama also had massive scholarship losses and multiple Coaching changes.


Well, if you extend the same time period starting the year after Bryant retired, the teams are 14-14 against each other.

It should be noted LSU experienced its darkest decade during this time and went through several coaching changes as well.

Point being, your contention is still flawed unless you’re arguing that Bama and LSU are similarly situated to how they were 50+ years ago.

It’s unlikely your team continues a regular arse beating against LSU or the rest of the Big 6. The more likely scenario is that these teams will be more competitive with each other.
Posted by Arksulli
Fayetteville
Member since Aug 2014
25159 posts
Posted on 2/13/24 at 12:37 pm to
5 wins and no bowl game might be the end of the Pittman era at Arkansas. 6 gives him another year.

It is actually, by the standards of Arkansas, a fairly forgiving schedule and we don't have the 4 road games in a row "why the hell do we play in Dallas" stretch that destroyed the team last year.
Posted by MurphyGator
Member since Jul 2021
880 posts
Posted on 2/13/24 at 9:45 pm to
Im.not that surprised really. Texas has the easiest sec conference schedule by far.
Posted by deputyfife
Member since Dec 2013
1115 posts
Posted on 2/14/24 at 2:26 pm to
What about Auburn? I think they are going to be improved.
Posted by Shea Vinnerbush
Austin, TX
Member since Sep 2023
2162 posts
Posted on 2/14/24 at 2:29 pm to
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Texas is laughable at 10.5
How come? They were objectively the best team in the SEC last year and won the conference
This post was edited on 2/14/24 at 2:30 pm
Posted by one and all
Member since Feb 2012
1149 posts
Posted on 2/14/24 at 2:50 pm to
quote:

What about Auburn? I think they are going to be improved.



16-0... goin to da ship.!

hell, we undefeated now - ain't lost a game yet!


2 da shipppppppp!



RIDIN









& a lil' sumthin t for ridin alobg w/this post





Posted by artompkins
Orange Beach, Al
Member since May 2010
5610 posts
Posted on 2/14/24 at 3:01 pm to
Oh yea, whose gonna stop us from that, cock gobbler?
Posted by TS1926
Alabama
Member since Jan 2020
5731 posts
Posted on 2/15/24 at 11:55 am to
Alabama's record against LSU is 56–27–5.
Posted by LSUNWO1988
Member since Feb 2024
405 posts
Posted on 2/15/24 at 12:21 pm to
Awe poor gump is gonna have a hard time in the DeBust era. You’re HC had only two years of P5 HC experience and your coordinators only have two years of coordinator experience lol enjoy
This post was edited on 2/15/24 at 12:22 pm
Posted by ColoradoAg
Colorado
Member since Sep 2011
21529 posts
Posted on 2/15/24 at 12:24 pm to
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Texas 10.5 is crazy
Media is in love with the alcoholic
Posted by TexasOnTop
Member since Nov 2023
1377 posts
Posted on 2/15/24 at 12:28 pm to
Just like the 2021 Jimbo love A&M win total was set at 9.5 after winning the Orange bowl (their best finish in 80 years). Then proceeded to go 8-4
Posted by ColoradoAg
Colorado
Member since Sep 2011
21529 posts
Posted on 2/15/24 at 12:49 pm to
Thanks for making my point that the media does stupid things.
Posted by cyarrr
Prairieville
Member since Jun 2017
3306 posts
Posted on 2/15/24 at 1:35 pm to
quote:

Alabama's record against LSU is 56–27–5.


Sure, hence my comment stating unless you go back 50+ years.

Again, the majority of those wins came under the two greatest coaches in the hisory of the game. Unless Saban is comming back or the Bear is ressurected, the regular arse beating you speak of is not going to materialize.

Posted by cyarrr
Prairieville
Member since Jun 2017
3306 posts
Posted on 2/15/24 at 1:53 pm to
quote:

The projected SEC over/under win totals for 2024 football season released
per FanDuel.........


Should read projected over/under per Fanduel with predictions by Okahoma beat writer.
Posted by Jumpinjack
Member since Oct 2021
6485 posts
Posted on 2/15/24 at 2:54 pm to
Bama is not losing to LSU. Good freaking grief.
Posted by Darth_Vader
A galaxy far, far away
Member since Dec 2011
64336 posts
Posted on 2/15/24 at 3:25 pm to
quote:

What about Auburn? I think they are going to be improved.



No one is really talking about them or really giving them a second thought right now; which, as an Auburn fan, is the way I like it.
Posted by RT1941
Member since May 2007
30165 posts
Posted on 2/15/24 at 3:49 pm to
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?????? this schedule for oklahoma is like running into a gay bar backwards with your cheeks spread apart...maybe we will surprise some folks, norman is a tough spot to leave with a win for opponents.


You're new here.... But you do not want to turn on the Aggies with comments like that.
Posted by Shea Vinnerbush
Austin, TX
Member since Sep 2023
2162 posts
Posted on 2/15/24 at 5:20 pm to
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Im.not that surprised really. Texas has the easiest sec conference schedule by far.
Only a closet aggie fan masquerading as a gator fan could self-own themselves this hard by saying Texas has an easy schedule because they play both a&m and Florida
Posted by MedDawg
Member since Dec 2009
4449 posts
Posted on 2/15/24 at 5:52 pm to
DeBoer turned a 4-8 Washington team into 11-2 in his first year. Beat Texas. Then 14-1 , beat Texas again.

The question should be "Why shouldn't Bama be better in 2024?"

Does anyone doubt that Bama's offense will be a lot better this year?
This post was edited on 2/15/24 at 6:16 pm
Posted by TS1926
Alabama
Member since Jan 2020
5731 posts
Posted on 2/18/24 at 2:40 pm to
quote:

Awe poor gump is gonna have a hard time in the DeBust era. You’re HC had only two years of P5 HC experience and your coordinators only have two years of coordinator experience lol enjoy


We will see swamp ape.
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