[eDebate] ...or not salvation

Josh Hoe jbhdb8
Mon Dec 4 13:19:59 CST 2006


The claim was never "is the SEC good" or "can the SEC compete."

Josh


On 12/4/06, GatorDebate at aol.com <GatorDebate at aol.com> wrote:
>
>   In a message dated 12/4/2006 1:55:38 P.M. Eastern Standard Time,
> GatorDebate at aol.com writes:
>
> I agree Josh that the system is flawed.  I also agree that there aren't
> enough matchups between the "power" teams from each conference to determine
> which conference is best/tougher.  I can say that the SEC is 10-6 over the
> past three seasons which is a solid win % relative to other conferences.
> Ultimately you are right that the system is too subjective.
>
> I meant to say 10-6 in bowl games.  We also have some evidence of strength
> between the SEC and other conferences by looking at some of the bigger
> matchups this year:
>
> Florida beat Florida State (don't write off the rivalry games, just ask
> USC)
> Georgia beat Georgia Tech
> South Carolina beast Clemson
> LSU beat Arizona (crushed them...the same team that beat the most
> overrated team in the Pac-10, Cal)
> Tennessee beat Cal
>
> Sure this isn't exactly the best versus the best but it is at least some
> evidence that the SEC can hold its own against teams from other BCS
> conferences.
>
> frank
>
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