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there's no way we beat the UGA that played against bama


I don't know why you say that since we had Alabama beat in the final minute of the game until Chavis went into that prevent a win defense.






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lsutigers1992
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re: Chris Low (ESPN): All SEC Schedules Aren't Created Equal


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So, Georgia was taken off the Alabama schedule and added to the LSU schedule while Kentucky was added to the Alabama schedule? What east team had been on the LSU schedule and taken off so the SEC could add Georgia or had Georgia always been there?


LSU hasn't played Kentucky since triple overtime in 07. LSU last played UGA in 09 or 10, I think. The game with the ridiculous AJ Green celebration and last minute LSU comeback.

How does UGA get back on their schedule before Kentucky? SC was on LSU's schedule after Kentucky too. Yet both of these teams leapfrogged Kentucky on the "bridge schedule."

And if I remember correctly, Alabama played Kentucky the year Ingram won the Heisman and Saban won his first championship at Alabama.



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BRAVEHEART
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Member since Aug 2012
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If you or your team are being screwed, you goddam well better complain about it. And if anyone calls you "whiny" for it, then they are just worthless, pathetic, spineless fricks who are either doing the cheating, or enjoying the fruits of it because they (and/or their teams) lack the balls to face you (or your team) in a fair contest like men. So just laugh at the puny fricks and don't give them any thought because they are not worthy of it.


Yep, according to all the Pumpers, Cheerleaders and Buttock Smoochers, we're all supposed to just bend over and take it dry with no lube. Never complain about anything. Just sit back and be obedient little drones towing the company line. Never criticize anything or anybody in authority.

Frick that!

I strongly suggest that Slive and Womack be contacted with extreme prejudice. Let them know your opinions about the Red Devil scheduling favoritism. Don't just bitch about it on the Rant.






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BasilBogomil
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Edinburgh, UK
Member since Dec 2012
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If Mark Womack wasn't an Alabama Alum, this would have been less of a problem. Not sure why Chris Low neglected to mention it, but to me that is the crux of the issue.

MARK WOMACK: CHEATER



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dr smartass phd
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re: Chris Low (ESPN): All SEC Schedules Aren't Created Equal


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LSU hasn't played Kentucky since triple overtime in 07



We beat the shite out of them in 2011






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The Creaux
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Baton Rouge
Member since Jun 2006
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re: Chris Low (ESPN): All SEC Schedules Aren't Created Equal


bump





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Oyster
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re: Chris Low (ESPN): All SEC Schedules Aren't Created Equal


If Bama is undefeated heading into the BCSNC game next year this story will be huge.





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JJ27
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LSU hasn't played Kentucky since 2007


Not true. Kentucky was the 11am JJ comes back from suspension and gets booed game in 2011.






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Vlad The Inhaler
Colorado State Fan
Colorado
Member since Sep 2008
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re: Chris Low (ESPN): All SEC Schedules Aren't Created Equal


There are so many minconceptoins it seems. I'm posting the entire league rotation to show what happened. Not tonight though, in old, hung over and going to bed at 9





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droliver
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Member since Nov 2012
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Enough with the bitching. Schedules even out over time and the SEC is not out to stymie LSU. People are forgetting that UT beat Alabama straight for a decade before the recent reversal and Bama is just coming off of their serial rotations with UGA, USC, and UF in recent years.

Also, unlike the 1990's LSU's annual rival, Florida hasn't been some consistent juggernaut. Over the last 10 seasons (2002-2012) they had seasons of 5 or more loses five times. They do not present some insurmountable obstacle to LSU, and Alabama also played them half a dozen times since 2005 when they did become better under Urban Meyer.

The scheduling issues also clearly play a much bigger role in the East then in the West. Who plays LSU and Alabama had been a much bigger determinate of how things play out rather then anything on the West.



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Vlad The Inhaler
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There are two issues, permanent opponents and the bridge schedule. Regarding to bridge schedule, made with clear knowledge of expectations gave Bama rent a wins and LSU top ten teams both years. It was also made by an Alabama grad/fan. Is that incorrect?





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cajunjj
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re: Chris Low (ESPN): All SEC Schedules Aren't Created Equal


THIS!!!





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mpwilging
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Member since Jan 2011
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put this on the SECr


Up to 14 pages already...






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TGK4LSU
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Member since Oct 2005
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re: Chris Low (ESPN): All SEC Schedules Aren't Created Equal


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Schedules even out over time and the SEC is not out to stymie LSU


Prior to SEC expansion, that is correct. However, the 2012 & 2013 schedules are supposed to be "bridges" to perminate rotation to 2014 on. In both years, LSU has got the shaft. The SEC could have scheduled UGA vs Bama in 2013 to make things fair, but they didn't.






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Vlad The Inhaler
Colorado State Fan
Colorado
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re: Chris Low (ESPN): All SEC Schedules Aren't Created Equal


Pre-expansion Bama and UGA would have played in '12 and '13. Shockingly, they were removed both years for low expectation teams.





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foshizzle
LSU Fan
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re: Chris Low (ESPN): All SEC Schedules Aren't Created Equal


The real solution to this is to have another team like 2011 and just beat the hell out of all of them anyway.





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The Creaux
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Baton Rouge
Member since Jun 2006
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re: Chris Low (ESPN): All SEC Schedules Aren't Created Equal


Front page please.





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The Creaux
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Baton Rouge
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re: Chris Low (ESPN): All SEC Schedules Aren't Created Equal


back to front page for you.





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JaySlidell
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Slidell
Member since Mar 2007
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For the Ala. guy, can't let you slide with this man.Starting with the new rotation in 02,you had Ga.,Ken.,USC,Fla. and Vandy. Then in 07 it starts again, same rotation. When the next rotation starts in 012,Georgia is replaced by Missouri.So,no big deal,right.Georgia will be the next year.Well, the next year is Kentucky,and the next will be USC,then Fla.,then Vandy, then Georgia! Georgia was eliminated for 1 full rotation.How convenient that the one team in the east with a regular season winning record against Alabama since 2000,3-1,gets totally left out of a rotation.Do your homework before you come on here.





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SoulGlo
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there’s no real tradition with Florida-LSU, at least not the kind of tradition that would make it one of those “must-save” games.


I disagree with this. It may not have been in the past, but it's a must-watch game. It's a tradition now.






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