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he was doing ok till he said "basically we are an SEC team because of our schedule". He lost me right there.
Sounds like a Hyundai commercial stating we've got everything those high priced BMW's have. Oh, Ok I bet everybody sells their BMW and gets a Hyundai. I wonder why we don't hear SEC coaches talking about how well they could compete in the ACC. Kind of pitiful.
All in all the conference affiliation to the ACC has hurt them more this year than in the past. Recruits/parents/Coaches know that the ACC could go belly up any day. What parent wants to go to the mid west to watch 1/2 their games?
It's become a tough sell and Abo is stooping to BS to counteract it.
Former TBS photog coming out of retirement to do sand volleyball for my fans!
Sounds like a planted question to me and the reason there's a story on it.
If you want the ultimate, you've got to be willing to pay the ultimate price. It's not tragic to die doing what you love.
He's delusional, they aren't even the best team in the acc. And the difference is the SEC has a couple of bad teams and the acc has a couple of good teams. Of course, once again they only appear to be good because of who they're playing (dumb ass propoganda nazi)
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