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LSU shouldn't be allowed on this list either...they have soiled themselves two years in a row in bowl games.
I don't know exactly - but I know USC would for sure
everybody but UK and Miss St.
Alabama, USC, TA&M, and UGA.
"People always ask me if I wish I were bigger. I tell them no. I always wanted to be a miniature badass." Dustin Pedroia
In order of confidence:
2. South Carolina
4. Texas A&M
6. Florida ?
7. Vanderbilt 50-50
8. Ole Miss 30% chance
"They've just discovered a new use for sheep over there at Clemson... wool." - Lewis Grizzard
Maybe UT if they score on nd defense
50/50 on vandy
Not sure ole miss is there yet
Miss st doubtful cause of nd d
I could see ND going anywhere from 5-3 to 3-5 in conference depending on who they got paired with
This post was edited by SoCar2001 15 months ago
Vandy (not saying they are better than UF or LSU, but based on the way they were playing at the end of the season, and because coach Franklin would have his team prepared to play well)
LSU (if they show up, unlike their bowl performances)
UF (if they show up, unlike their bowl performances)
This post was edited by 2112A 15 months ago
Pix of a Passer/King angelfish (saltwater). Got him as a 1.5inch baby. Now, 12 years later, 14inch adult.
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