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WilliamTaylor21
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re: USA Today releases Way Too Early Top 25 for 2019
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Hook Em Horns
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re: USA Today releases Way Too Early Top 25 for 2019
I know. We will be higher after the second game when we pound yalls pussies.


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Carolina_Girl
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re: USA Today releases Way Too Early Top 25 for 2019
God hates us.

Not bc we aren't on list, but bc of the teams that are.


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JGuidry7
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re: USA Today releases Way Too Early Top 25 for 2019
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Texas better enjoy that #5 ranking while they can. It won't last long.


Yes that's way too high. I think 9-12 is more realistic. If their young talent on D just does enough early on they'll be alright, though. Have potential to be special, especially offensively. As of today I see 10-2 (losses to LSu and OU), but we'll see.


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Tigahtildeath
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re: USA Today releases Way Too Early Top 25 for 2019
Again? Don’t be that fan we are ashamed of.


auburnnyc94
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re: USA Today releases Way Too Early Top 25 for 2019
Auburn way way way too low


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TideSaint
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re: USA Today releases Way Too Early Top 25 for 2019
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WilliamTaylor21


Like flies to shite.


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boXerrumble
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14. Florida

How far the Gators go in Dan Mullen's second season depends on whether an offense that brings back starters at quarterback, running back and receiver can find the explosiveness that was elusive in 2018. If so, Florida could make a serious run at Georgia in the SEC East.


7 spots behind the team it just whooped?

I'll take it. UF will be very motivated.


AirbusDawg
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re: USA Today releases Way Too Early Top 25 for 2019
Ohio State is a shoe in for the playoffs. Their schedule is pathetic as hell.


ForeverGator
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re: USA Today releases Way Too Early Top 25 for 2019
This made the rankings garbage to me. Finish #6/#7 last season with MORE talent next season and we start #14?

Makes a lot of sense...


namvet6566
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re: USA Today releases Way Too Early Top 25 for 2019
Being there is one thing, winning is another


TideSaint
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Being there is one thing, winning is another


Who has more titles than Alabama? Are you fricking retarded?


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John Milner
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But nobody consistently had the talent discrepancy that Bama has enjoyed during that period of time.


uhh, yeah, and recruiting is a major part of that unprecedented dynasty. Hell, St. Nick himself told Mal Moore, after Moore finally wooed him from Miami, that he wasn't a great coach, but was a great recruiter.

I think he sold himself short (snicker) because he's a pretty great coach, though nobody is infallible.


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djsdawg
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This made the rankings garbage to me. Finish #6/#7 last season with MORE talent next season and we start #14?


Uf was a 9-3 team last year in the regular season, 3-3 vs the east. Would a repeat of 9-3 really shock you?


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RT1941
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re: USA Today releases Way Too Early Top 25 for 2019
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But nobody consistently had the talent discrepancy that Bama has enjoyed during that period of time. The fact that two came on Mulligans makes the writers point.


Auburn has consistently pulled talented classes ranked around the top 10 for a long while. Yet they average 3-4 losses a year and end up ranked outside the top 10 at the end of most seasons. Why?


Serraneaux
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re: USA Today releases Way Too Early Top 25 for 2019
Where are my VOLS?


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DawgRff
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Ohio State is a shoe in for the playoffs. Their schedule is pathetic as hell.

They have only 1 starter returning on the Oline and they replace 2 WRs, and Mike Webber. I wouldn't shoe them in just yet. Defense should be among the best.


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That LSU Guy
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most dominant team during the regular season.
Ouch...


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Irons Puppet
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re: USA Today releases Way Too Early Top 25 for 2019
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But nobody consistently had the talent discrepancy that Bama has enjoyed during that period of time. The fact that two came on Mulligans makes the writers point.

Auburn has consistently pulled talented classes ranked around the top 10 for a long while. Yet they average 3-4 losses a year and end up ranked outside the top 10 at the end of most seasons. Why?




Which proves my point. The talent discrepancy is small within the SEC, that allows other teams to beat each other. The fact that Bama has had so many #1 classes and had to have 2 (some say 3) Mulligans only proves that CF is a beauty contest.


John Milner
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re: USA Today releases Way Too Early Top 25 for 2019
the "mulligan" references are just pissed off rival fans. Those that pick the playoff teams are aware enough who is truly among the 4 best teams. Alabama winning just proves they are right. Only a dummy would truly believe that Alabama has not been among the 4 best teams every year since 2014.

actually, there is only one example during the playoff era that Alabama didn't win the conference but still won the national title. In 2011, Alabama proved beyond a 21-0 doubt they were better than LSU.
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