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Thought you guys might like to see this. Mark Schlabach has done his top 25 for 2013. 5 SEC teams in the top 10...7 in the top 25. Some of our favorite teams to hate are in here...including Vandy!
awesome..we play 5 of the top 10 teams, and 6 in the top 25..
I never thought I'd live to see the day where Vandy was considered a top 25 team and IT wasn't even close to being in the picture.
good way to make it back to the top..agter we kick some butts this coming year,vandy 'never thought
ide see the day they hang 40+ points on us and beat us like they did this past season.
coach jones i believe wins the games he is to win,and maybe pull a upset in the end or maybe orgeon
first of the year?
i believe now that this want be a stepping matt for the sec as dooley said at start of last season
to be fair im not going to base nothing on coach jones this season and maybe not the 2 year
but i think he can figure out how to use what players we got to our strengths and weakness
Most interesting segment was regarding Louisville's poor recruiting, even after beating Florida:
"After finishing 11-2 and upsetting Florida 33-23 in the Allstate Sugar Bowl, Louisville really didn't seem to seize its momentum. The Cardinals' class was ranked No. 43 in the country, and wide receiver James Quick of Louisville was the only signee ranked in the ESPN 150."
Charlie Strong isn't the powerful recruiter he was rumored to be and Butch Jones is a helluva lot better than most of us thought.
Oh, and Florida State remains one of the most overrated teams in the nation.
This post was edited by DougG_ATL 17 months ago
No joke this has to be one of the toughest schedules in the NCAA
Gotta be one of the toughest. We will find out what we are made of very early on with trips to Oregon and Florida.
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