OSU doesnt play top 20 teams thru a whole season while teams like LSU play 5 top 20 teams
quote:I notice you skip 07 and 08. And the other years I said are right too. Here are the sites for final rankings and schedules. 07 and 08 they didnt. 2010, no win over a top 20 during reg season (ark win dont count nor the whole season for that matter), and 2012 they didnt have a win over a team that finished top 20
just looked at 2009-2012. 2012 was the only season that holds up to your argument.
this is what we call speculation, and "legit" schedule is highly subjective. How many ranked teams do most SEC teams play OOC?
quote:Argument hasnt shifted at all. As Ive said, OSU hasnt beat a single top 20 team those 4 years. Fact! I havent been proven false and Im not spewing false information. I already gave you the links and mentioned about OSU not beating a top 20 team. OSU might of played a top 20 team but doesnt have a recorded victory over any of them. Period!
Your argument has shifted. You have said "beat top 20" and "played top 20". Regardless of your argument, both were proven false in 07, 09-11. So keep spewing your false information.
Pretty much every SEC team plays at least one OOC opponent on their level or at least should be on their level every season.
quote:No Im not. Same as PSU and USC the years they had to vacate. Its not a win. And even if you didnt count that year, you still have 3 other ones since 07. Laughable!!
You're really reaching now. Just stop.
quote:LSU schedules good teams a year or two in advance, why cant you guys? The planning 10 years in advance thing is a joke. OSU has picked up teams at the last moment, but they are always jokes and never legit.
Ohio State is being criticized for doing the same thing. If you schedule an opponent when they're a top 10 team and they aren't good when you play them it's still an attempt to schedule a top OOC opponent.
quote:I was correct on 3 years and as for the year 2007, I was remembering from what I said from posting before the LSU/OSU game. In which Michigan wasnt ranked at the end of the regular season when OSU was going into the title game. After Mich bowl game they finished 18. I will own up to that. But, still 3 out of 4 and the one I was off by a very small tad.
2007 - Michigan
2008 - argument holds
2009 - Oregon, Penn State, Wisconsin, and Iowa
2010 - Arkansas (and if you use the argument that it doesn't count because it was vacated, the entire season was vacated so why even include it?)
2011 - Wisconsin
2012 - argument holds