Discussion in 'Sports Bar' started by Captain Davis, Jan 9, 2018.
How about 1993 FSU???
It was a let down.
It's a work.
I was flipping through this giant hardcover at BAM a couple of days ago. It's a pretty neat book and less than $15 on Amazon.
Best Program: Alabama (Notre Dame at 2, Ohio State at 3, Michigan at 4, Florida at 9, Florida State at 10)
Best Coach: Bryant (Saban at 2, Paterno at 3 or 4, Urban at 5, Bowden at 6 or 7; also had Woody and Bo)
Best QB: Tebow
Best RB: Herschel
Best Team: 95 Nebraska (71 Nebraska at 2)
Best Bowl Game: Texas/USC Rose Bowl
Best Regular Season Game: Kick Six
Best Rivalry: Alabama/Auburn
Good to see that state money going to fund the quality of (football) education!
Georgia Tech is officially with Adidas now, so that leaves 0 P5 programs associated with Russell Athletic.
It's the end of an era.
I hope Stanford or some other Pac-12 school get the playoff dick.
My bad I'm a Cardinal fan also. I meant to say us and other PAC-12 schoolsgetting fucked over by the committee.
Pac-12 is just weak
Why ya gotta go full war room. Yeah but I think it is climbing.
It's incredibly hard for Pac-12 to recruit. If you're Big 10 you can say you can eat, sleep, and breathe football. Pac-12 you had Oregon doing well because USC's debacle. It's hard to recruit kids to the Pac-12. I love winters in the PNW. But I fucking hate everything else about that part of the Greatest Country on God's Green. With that said, if the South wasn't so gung ho on football they would easily be the worst area for football.
Only because there are actual academic standards (outside of Oregon - LMAO).
Big 10 has the best standards in the USA fambalam.
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