Kansas’ Charlie Weis is defending Oklahoma coach Stoops' comments that the SEC’s dominance of college football is overblown. Stoops stated that the bottom teams of the Big 12 were better and more competitive than their counterparts in the SEC. Weis told espn.com...
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“I’m just sayin’, you look at the bottom of our league and the bottom of their league, just going based off the numbers, there’s validity in what he said,” “I’m just going based off the numbers, I mean, I’m a numbers guy. Just based off the numbers, you’d have to say he’s got a point.”
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Average 2013 NFL non SEC drafted: 21
2013 NFL SEC drafted: 69
How can the NFL be so wrong?
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c'mon chucky, our bottom half plays against the best competition in the country, your bottom half play against the decent teams your conference has to offer.
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You Need Some More Cheese Cake Chuck!
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Charlie, Put the sandwich down and back away from it.....The top half on the big 12 beats the bottom half and the top half sucks.
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Wait...
Who goes off the numbers of the BOTTOM teams???
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7
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for a numbers guy he sucks at counting calories
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Where does Charlie coach again...a High School?
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Sounds like ole Charlie is trying to convince himself...
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When your league champion is held to 24 points by Baylor.

I say again, when your LEAGUE CHAMPION is held to 24 POINTS by BAYLOR, you have absolutely no room to talk.
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He said numbers a lot....
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How many defenses have existed in the Big XII in the last 5 years?

zero.
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Since their "elite" teams cannot compete and OK gets hammered in the Cotton Bowl by the Aggies, they are reduced to argueing about the lower tier teams. One of the reasons the lower SEC teams don't have great records, is that they have to play truly elite teams, not Big 10/12/8 (or whatever the hell the number is this year)elite wannabes. Back to the buffet Charlie.........all you can inhale.
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Missouri was a top tier school in there conference. If one of their top tier schools can barely compete with our bottom tier schools, how do that believe their bottom tier schools can beat ours?
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its funny cause he's fat
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It is such an apple to organe comparison. 10 teams vs 14...Big 12 has no dominat power and SEC has 2-3 at any time. What a tool.
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So since they can't brag about the top half of their conference, they're going to debate which low-tier group is better? That's some sad shite right there.
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Since 2007, every SEC team including Vanderbilt and Kentucky, has been in the AP Top 25 for at least one week. Stoops is an underachiever and Weiis is an under-under achiever.
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The reason our weaker teams are weak is because they have to play against the better teams.
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He left the SEC because his shitty offense couldn't cut it against real SEC defenses. Choke on a hoagie ya fatty!
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