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They beat LSU..........Not USC! That hasnt happened for thousands of days, lol. To hear some of them you would think they have not lost the last 4 years to us. Excuse me, got hammered the last 4 years............
"But but but LSU beat y'all, and we beat them.. We're better than y'all now"
This post was edited by gamecockguy12 15 months ago
They do seem to act like Nov 24 never happened.
We also completely stole their thunder and had a more exciting bowl game. Ha!
Ally will beat the crap out of Uga.
DATBOY IS A GREAT SALESMAN.AND SNAKE PREACHER AND THEY ALL BELEAVE IN WHAT HE IS SELLING AND PREACH'N! LOL
They need to realize they are one OC away from shambles....
"We played in a place called DeathValley, I looked up in the fourth quarter & the only ones still alive were the Gamecocks." Steve Spurrier
They're as foolish as Dabo. There is a reason LSU was only favored by 3 when the opening line came out. Look at the Ole Miss and Ark games if you want to see why.
They are very good, but not great, which is why they were in the SEC's 5th bowl slot.
Congratulations to CU on beating the the 5th best team in the SEC by season's end.
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If you count the BCSNC game that's the 6th SEC bowl slot
As I explained to my fourteen year old son when he was in a texting battle with one of his dumbass Clemson fan classmates (I know, redundant) the transitive property of equality only works when A beats B and B beats C, but when A plays C and gets its ass plumbed for the fourth straight year that is all that matters. Once he took the time to tell this to his friend, it shut down the argument. It may well be that the friend is still, two days later, trying to figure out what the transitive property of equality means (he likely has even checked with all of his relatives with Clemson engineering degrees, each of whom has not a clue, because Dabo gives no quarter to those who use logic).
I thought this was a classic. After my post, I googled transitive prooperty of equality and the very first hit yielded the following:
Transitive Property of Equality
The following property: If a = b and b = c, then a = c. One of the equivalence properties of equality.
Note: This is a property of equality and inequalities. One must be cautious, however, when attempting to develop arguments using the transitive property in other settings.
Here is an example of an unsound application of the transitive property: "Team A defeated team B, and team B defeated team C. Therefore, team A will defeat team C." (My note: i.e., Tater Logic)
This post was edited by Longsufferingc 15 months ago
Here are your stats from that national championship team during their last two games of the season against Ole Miss and a great Ark team. The stupidity never stops flowing from Bozo's mouth. As you can see, pure domination against top notch talent.
Beating LSU in a neutral site and playing LSU - at the REAL DEATH VALLEY, at night - are two entirely different things.
I for one greatly overestimated LSU's ability because I was in Baton Rouge for our game against them in october...and thought it absolutely inconceivable that Clemson could cover the spread, much less win the damn game. I lost a lot of money the other night and while I give Clemson some credit for the win it seemed blatantly obvious that LSU isnt near the team I gave them credit for.
BUT, the same thing can be said for our beloved Gamecocks when we arent playing within the friendly confines of Williams Brice.
Either way, the transitive property does not apply here...and we still own Clemson's ass.
Our old friend Travis Haney has this to say:
"The narrative entering 2013 won't be all that different for the Tigers than it was in 2012: If they can stop someone -- and beat rival South Carolina -- they could be in store for a really big season.
First-year defensive coordinator Brent Venables seemed to get more consistent play out of the defense this season, even if N.C. State put up 48 points on the Tigers in November. It is a young unit that should perform progressively better as it matures.
Offensively, Clemson held onto coordinator Chad Morris through another offseason wave of interest. Quarterback Tajh Boyd figures to return. Sammy Watkins wasn't even the best receiver on his own team this season, so he could have a huge bounce-back season as a junior.
This is a team that's been close to making a big leap, so it wouldn't be a giant surprise if it turns the corner next season. But it would be a surprise if it held together through the entirety of a season -- and beat South Carolina in the season finale. The Gamecocks, who have won four straight in the series for the first time since the 1950s, have Clemson's number."
I don't think we give dablow enough credit. I mean who would be stupid enough to buy into believing the taters are " a National Championship team" after winning the chick fil a bowl when they had lost their previous game, for the fourth time in a row, to their instate rival?.........oh right, nevermind.
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