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Jeremy Foley respects Les Miles' point of view but...

Postby Kurtis Lowe » Fri May 24, 2013 4:16 pm

...certainly doesn't have the same problem Miles has with the current SEC interdivision scheduling arangement.

http://www.cbssports.com/collegefootball/story/22295427/fairness-tradition-collide-in-argument-over-sec-schedules

"We're fine with it," said Florida AD Jeremy Foley. "I understand where Les Miles is coming [from] and I appreciate LSU's point of view. But we think it's a great game for us and a great game for college football. Yeah, it's a tough game but we've got a lot of tough games in the SEC."

Nut up Les!

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Re: Jeremy Foley respects Les Miles' point of view but...

Postby crosscreekcooter » Fri May 24, 2013 4:27 pm

I'm still pissed off about LSU's fumble on 4th down being ruled a lateral. It gave them a first down and allowed them to come back and win. I hate Les Miles.
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Re: Jeremy Foley respects Les Miles' point of view but...

Postby tillsb » Fri May 24, 2013 6:22 pm

I have a problem with it. These crossdivisional "rivalries" are stupid.
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Re: Jeremy Foley respects Les Miles' point of view but...

Postby rogdochar » Fri May 24, 2013 6:46 pm

Interesting comment post:

I like that idea, but the overall balance of power will be shifted dramatically...

Since 1992, conference records(leaving out Mizzou & TA&M):

Florida - 202-55-1 Overall, 128-32-0 SEC, 20 bowls (10-10), 10 division titles, 7 SEC titles, 3 NCs

Tennessee - 174-75-1 Overall, 105-54-1 SEC, 17 bowls (9-8), 5 division titles, 2 SEC titles, 1 NC

Alabama - 175-77-1 Overall, 103-55-1 SEC, 15 bowls (10-5), 8 division titles, 4 SEC titles, 3 NCs

Georgia - 175-73-1 Overall, 99-60-1 SEC, 17 bowls (13-4), 4 division titles, 2 SEC titles

Auburn - 164-79-2 Overall, 94-64-2 SEC, 13 bowls (8-5), 4 division titles, 2 SEC titles, 1 NC

LSU - 164-82-1 Overall, 93-66-1 SEC, 15 bowls (11-4), 4 division titles, 3 SEC titles, 2 NCs

Arkansas - 130-110-2 Overall, 73-85-2 SEC, 11 bowls (3-8), 3 division titles

South Carolina - 120-117-1 Overall, 65-94-1 SEC, 9 bowls (5-4), 1 division title

Ole Miss - 126-112-0 Overall, 63-97-0 SEC, 10 bowls (9-1)

Miss State - 110-125-2 Overall, 59-100-1 SEC, 8 bowls (4-4), 1 division title

Kentucky - 95-141-0 Overall, 43-117-0 SEC, 8 bowls (3-5)

Vanderbilt - 72-158-0 Overall, 28-132-0 SEC, 3 bowls (2-1)

Moving UA & AU to the East would put the TOP FIVE all in one division, not practical, even looking at records the last 5 years...

Miles says juggling chainsaws is more bias than apples and oranges.
Feel sorry for the preponderance of best-national teams in the SEC.
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Re: Jeremy Foley respects Les Miles' point of view but...

Postby GatorInKnox » Fri May 24, 2013 6:49 pm

Oh how far Tennessee has fallen
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Re: Jeremy Foley respects Les Miles' point of view but...

Postby rogdochar » Fri May 24, 2013 9:20 pm

rogdochar wrote:Interesting comment post:

I like that idea, but the overall balance of power will be shifted dramatically...

Since 1992, conference records(leaving out Mizzou & TA&M):

Florida - 202-55-1 Overall, 128-32-0 SEC, 20 bowls (10-10), 10 division titles, 7 SEC titles, 3 NCs

Tennessee - 174-75-1 Overall, 105-54-1 SEC, 17 bowls (9-8), 5 division titles, 2 SEC titles, 1 NC

Alabama - 175-77-1 Overall, 103-55-1 SEC, 15 bowls (10-5), 8 division titles, 4 SEC titles, 3 NCs.


See, it will take Bama more than 50 years to match UF's SEC record.
Wonder what HC is responsible for that ?
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Re: Jeremy Foley respects Les Miles' point of view but...

Postby WobbleGator » Fri May 24, 2013 9:21 pm

Foley is the man.
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