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Zamoro10
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Yeah man, those historic programs like Tulane and Kansas really give Bama a run for their money.


Bama's schedule from the 60's through the 70's leaves a lot to be desired in racking up their wins and titles.

Take a look at Alabama from 1967 to 1975..they played only 12 games against Non-Southern teams.

Bama won only 2 of the 12 games vs Non-Southern teams going 2-9-1.

From 1971 to 1981 Alabama had a marvelous record of 116-15-1 (88%) in 132 games.

But they were:

98-5-1 95% - vs Southern teams and
18-10 64% - vs everybody else / Non-Southern teams.

I don't care what program you are trying to push for this debate. CFB can't be a part of it. Not only is it based on voting...but teams played disparate schedules and competition all across history. It wasn't a level playing field - because CFB doesn't have a uniform league nor a playoff like Pro Sports.


tehchampion140
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I don't care what program you are trying to push for this debate. CFB can't be a part of it. Not only is it based on voting...but teams played disparate schedules and competition all across history. It wasn't a level playing field - because CFB doesn't have a uniform league nor a playoff like Pro Sports.

Exactly.


heypaul
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Exactly.

yup
go back and look at the early early CFB schedules, they played YMCAs and city club type games


REG861
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re: Poll: What is the GOAT sports program?
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I don't care what program you are trying to push for this debate. CFB can't be a part of it. Not only is it based on voting...but teams played disparate schedules and competition all across history. It wasn't a level playing field - because CFB doesn't have a uniform league nor a playoff like Pro Sports.


Nailed it. Not to mention the process by which teams were selected to play in the championship games in CFB was extremely arbitrary and flawed.
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VerlanderBEAST
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CFB can be in the discussion just don't talk about mythical championships


chalmetteowl
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re: Poll: What is the GOAT sports program?
flame me...

John Curtis


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ctalati32
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re: Poll: What is the GOAT sports program?
Trinity College Squash:

14 year winning streak (1998-2012)
252 straight wins
13 straight national titles


chalmetteowl
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Trinity College Squash: 14 year winning streak (1998-2012) 252 straight wins 13 straight national titles


one spooked Azn from Yale


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RandyVandy
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go back and look at the early early CFB schedules, they played YMCAs and city club type games


When CFB teams were playing those type games the Steelers were a YMCA/ city club type team, if they even existed.


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USMC Gators
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Would college basketball be UCLA or UK?

Edit: Definitely Bama for cfb, they have 9 AP/Coaches titles that can't be disputed, more than any other school.
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biglego
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Yankees


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