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I keep hearing a lot taters out there talking about if they beat Georgia next year they have a chance to run the table. They are saying that we're losing 7 players on defense and next year is the year to break the streak. Just want to remind all taters that we lost 6 players to the draft including two first rounders off last years team and still beat you by double digits in your backyard. You hadn't played a night game since 2010 and you were gonig to use that energy to take us to the woodshed. You had a big home winning streak and hadn't lost at home since 2010. Mmmmm....last night game and last loss at home was to who? Oh yeah, the coots as you like to say. But of course all that didn't matter because you didn't have Sammy Watkins back then right? You know what taters, I'll admit something. Back in the day and maybe now to a very small degree we had some fans that always did say "wait til next year". However, your fan base is acting the exact same way now. It's funny how you can't accept we're not the "same ol coots" as you like to say. Our SEC money has put an end to that and we're using it to beat your @$$. Hell, we lost 7 players to the draft from a bad 2008 team and beat you like a drum in 2009. So please remember we've become more of a "we don't rebuild, we reload" type of team. Most of you are clueless about how we recruit now. We redshirt more and work a lot of players in and out of a 2-deep rotation that you really don't know who's a starter and who's not. Our depth will continue the dominance and maybe one year in the near future we'll actually beat you with a starting quarterback, starting running back and so on. It's sad that a backup quarterback, backup running back and a point guard has beat you two years straight. Actually that's not sad...it's freakin HILARIOUS!! So keep enjoying your rah rah coach with his neat little sweaters who says you are now a national team and we'll keep reminding you that national means outside of your own state...something you don't own.
Anybody else got anything to add???
This post was edited by VisorVillain 18 months ago
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Would love for WoodrowSt and Ceece to share this with their fellow inbreds.
''fair is not getting them same as everybody else, fair is getting what you need to succeed."
Remembering 2008. Clemson was ranked top 10 preseason and opened with Alabama. The same stuff you are hearing out of the upstate now you heard then. It is nothing new. They lost to Alabama, who had a 7-6 record in 2007, 34-10 and finished the season 7-6.
Hey Taters! You can continue the talk, while we continue the walk.
I have come here to chew bubble gum and kick ass, and I am all out of bubble gum.
Every year now, it is the same BS which is much more a crazy dream than reality for the taters. Same for F$U. Then, they (both Moo U and FSU) "pull a Clemsux" and explain it away by calling their team "young" or referring to their new coaches. Well, they will lost at least 2 games next year, their coaching staff is not new, and their team is not young with many upperclassmen. They are soft and play a soft schedule.
If clemson is able to defeat UGA, and thats a big if, then Carolina will probably be the only team they play that is capable of stopping their undefeated season. Having said that, I still predict them to finish 9-3 next year.
I add, "Fear the thumb."
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