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Strongest Conference?


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What is the strongest conference in Div 1 Football?  

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  1. 1. What is the strongest conference in Div 1 Football?

    • SEC
      10
    • ACC
      1
    • Big 12
      2
    • Big East
      1
    • Big 10
      8
    • Other
      3


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How about some info to back up your pick.

For me the SEC because: #2 Louisiana, #7 Tennesee, #11 GA, #17 Auburn.

That's a lot of really good teams having to play each other. Also you can't discount having to play Eli Manning, probably the #1 draft pick next year...

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How about some info to back up your pick.

For me the SEC because: #2 Louisiana, #7 Tennesee, #11 GA, #17 Auburn.

That's a lot of really good teams having to play each other. Also you can't discount having to play Eli Manning, probably the #1 draft pick next year...

the big 10 has five ranked teams also. not to mention, last year, we had the best bowl record, best winning percentage, most ranked teams, etc. we'll see what happens this year.

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Alabama?!? They had a losing record. Arkansas and Auburn aren't even ranked. Tennesee is overrated. They beat an overrated Miami team...whoopdeedo. LSU and Georgia are good. After that, it drops down quite a ways.

Of course, if some of you were as knowledgable about college football as you claim to be, you'd realize rankings hold little value on how good a team is.

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You are right...Alabama does suck, their wins were against South Florida, Kentucky, Southern Miss, and Miss St...how impressive is that.

LSU, Tennessee, Auburn, Arkansas, Georgia were all ranked in the top 10 at some point in the season. And you can't forget Ole Miss and Florida. You've got to realize that all these teams have to play each other plus tough out of conference games like Oklahoma, USC, and Miami. The SEC is by far the toughest conference to win on the road. There is no one in the nation that wants to play at LSU on Saturday night.

I don't think there is anyway to compare the SEC to other conferences this season. They are on a different level.

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please, like this is even a contest... :blink:

what conference has the most ranked teams in the nation EVERY year? what conference PLAYS the most ranked teams...EVERY year? What conference WINS the most bowl games...just about EVERY year?

T H E S E C !!!

LSU LSU LSU, i'm from Baton Rouge and a Tiger fan like no other...we also have the loudest fans and drunkest fans in the nation.

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... drunkest fans in the nation.

THAT, is at least one statistic that the SEC is surely leading in. I mean a game that is billed as the Largest Cockatil Party? Actually describing a big game in terms of what the fans do not the teams playing!

Go Dawgs!

Fcuk LSU, I hope they win the National Championship so we can at least say that 60% of our losses were to the #1 team... :crazy:

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LSU LSU LSU, i'm from Baton Rouge and a Tiger fan like no other...we also have the loudest fans and drunkest fans in the nation.

You're not kiddin...not to mention you guys think you have a rivalry with every other team in the conference...LSU hates everybody like I hate Alabama.

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