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During a pre-Fiesta Bowl press conference on Thursday, TCU head coach Sonny Dykes took a shot at the SEC for scheduling easy non-conference games late in the regular season... (The Spun)
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Let’s hear what he thinks now. TCU would have 4-5 losses in the sec and thats being kind.
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How many losses would TCU have with Tennessee's schedule this year?
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Moron was playing Tarleton State the same weekend Bama was playing Texas. Everybody plays creampuffs.
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He should play in a conference with 14 Nattys by 6 different teams in the last 23 years and then pop off
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Don’t worry Dykes we hate those games as much as you
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They played Tarleton State earlier in the season.
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Dude would win 5 games all year in the SEC.
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Cute, but they’ve stepped into the octagon. Shite’s about to get real.
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I still want them to win it all. B10 can kick rocks and GA. ain’t my sec school.
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Some of ya'll get your feelings hurt way too easy. I agree with Sonny Dykes. We should be playing > 8 conference games each year, especially with the expanded playoff coming in 2024. Also, as a season ticket holder I'm tired of paying to see the likes of New Mexico, UAB and FCS schools coming to Tiger Stadium. While we're at it, enough of the neutral site games too. Time for the SEC to man up.
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Texas blows
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He caught breaks all season long. Lol
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The Big 12..lol.
Enough said
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Alabama was playing Texas in week 2 while TCU was playing Tarleton. And if you'd never heard of that school until today, you are not alone.
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All that talk and we played Southern.
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Only thing Dykes needs to worry about is getting healthier soon, or he'll be gone anyway.
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Take it up with the big12 or your own people who set up your schedule if you think it was too much to bare. 8 of 10 big 12 teams had conference games start before October and they had their off weeks from week 7-9. So it doesn't look like you were obligated to play 9 straight conference games to end the regular season. Seems like this was on you for setting up a stupid schedule.
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Yeah, and TCU is NOT going to see AUB, Tenn, FL, OM, Bama and ARK over a 7-week span (includes a bye). Also start the season vs OOC FSU. That is just one example - LSU's.
Go worry about not being curb-stomped by MICH.
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I mean, to be fair, he could be knocking the Big 10, too
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Why is this idiot taking a shot at Chattanooga? It's not like they had much choice in the matter, it was a conference game in week 10 against the Citadel for them.
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But Colorado, Tartleton State, and SMU are powerhouses???
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