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CSS Sports is having a poll to pick the all time SEC team. Each week they are doing a different position. This week its starting pitcher. Michael Roth and Kip Bouknight are both on the list. Go help them out.
This post was edited by uscjb 13 months ago
Two USC pitchers will split our votes, but says a lot for our program.
Here's the link for those of you who want to vote. (edit: I guess the link I added didn't save over but the OP has added it in. Sorry about that)
I had a hard time & figured that the recentness of the Roth era was coloring my judgement. So I went away from my gut & went with Bouknight.
This post was edited by SCFlabbergaster 13 months ago
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Roth is killing them. He has 78% of the votes. Second is Kip with 9 %
Roth will win because he's most recent and has two NCs. Recency probably matters the most to people, but the NCs help too.
Who is Hudson?
My vote is Roth. Not because he's the most recent but for the accomplishments. David Price is probably the best sheer talent on that list.
This post was edited by cockfool 13 months ago
I am a HUGE Bouknight fan, but Roth was a little better. They were similar in their styles, and the bats made pitching harder for Kip, but Roth was so clutch for 3 yrs in Omaha. I have to give the edge to Roth due to that. Both were on extremely talented teams.
Ally will beat the crap out of Uga.
I know Earl Bass was not an SEC pitcher as we were not in the league yet. He and Michael Roth are tied at the top (in my book) for best Gamecock pitcher ever.
Haven't followed SEC baseball for that long, so I'm sure there is an old timer I might be forgetting but David Price was great at Vandy.
David Price was filthy. Tim Hudson was too. However, don't forget about Todd Helton. His SEC record scoreless streak is nearly twice as long as Belcher has currently. Kip was amazing too. Luke Hochevar at UT, at his best, was perhaps as unhittable as anyone has ever been in the SEC. I'd still take Roth, not based on tools, but on accomplishments.
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