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theebuckeyenut
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re: Does the SEC not care about the Sugar Bowl anymore?


Florida fans are weak... They don't travel, If Ohio state goes to a jan bowl we are selling that bitch out





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pvilleguru
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They wreaked havoc on Alabamaand had like 8 sacks in that game.

Alabama's LT also got suspended a day or two before the game and his back up got hurt in the first quarter. Bama's OL was a mess that game.






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TT9
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re: Does the SEC not care about the Sugar Bowl anymore?


Same for Bama fans.





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Carson123987
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re: Does the SEC not care about the Sugar Bowl anymore?


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-Louisville would beat this Florida team 10 out of 10 times. Florida's secondary couldn't cover Louisville's WRs with 20 men. They got completely exposed tonight, and it had nothing to do with wanting it or not.


You just went full retard






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YouthInAsia
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re: Does the SEC not care about the Sugar Bowl anymore?


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I was shocked that Florida, as the no. 3 ranked team in the country, sold fewer tickets to the BCS Sugar Bowl than LSU did to the Chicken Bowl.


Maybe they're just as spoiled as the rantards.






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bigpapamac
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re: Does the SEC not care about the Sugar Bowl anymore?


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Or maybe Fla was not the better team


lolz






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tress4pres
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re: Does the SEC not care about the Sugar Bowl anymore?


Florida has looked like shite all year. UL was the better team last night. End of story.





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H-Town Tiger
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They had the hardest schedule in college football and went 11-1 beating LSU, FSU and South Carolina along the way. I hardly call them a fraud for that. They just didn't show up.


They are the biggest enigma to me. On the one yes, they had the best resume of the 1 loss teams and had a case to be in the BCS CG. On the other had I watched the play and was never impressed. I have a feeling A&M would have smoked them if they played later in the year.






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LooseCannon22282
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re: Does the SEC not care about the Sugar Bowl anymore?


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Fan support has dwindled with the game moved from new years day as evidenced by the empty stadium last night. Last year with no SEC team also seemed to hurt the game.



this. And the matchups haven't been as good in the recent BCS years.

Georgia-Hawaii
Utah-Alabama
Florida-Cincinnati
Michigan-Virginia Tech

I went to the Alabama-Utah game and it had the poorest attendance of any Sugar Bowl I had ever been to. But the other ones I went to just had more interesting matchups:

Alabama-Miami 1990
Notre Dame-Florida 1992
Miami-Florida 2001






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H-Town Tiger
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Zach Mettenberger is considered not exactly bad? In what relm? LSU's offense is archaic, and it's pretty much the definition of an offense that can't stretch the field vertically


we hit a deep pass on Florida, but they striped the WR. Mettenberger can strech the field, but when he has no time to throw, WR that drop as many passes as they catch and a coach that believes 3 can happen when you pass and 2 of them are bad, well you won't see much field stretching.



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bomber77
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It seems since they went on this historic run of National Championships that they don't care about


This is the great new approach by the SEC breathren! If the SEC loses a game or 3 or 4 or gets played close by someone its because they just dont care!

Thats funny shite.






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WicKed WayZ
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re: Does the SEC not care about the Sugar Bowl anymore?


Tough when they play the game in the middle of the week.





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FootballNostradamus
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Alabama's LT also got suspended a day or two before the game and his back up got hurt in the first quarter. Bama's OL was a mess that game.


I'm not discouting that. If Smith had been back it could have absolutely been different. However, with the team they brough to the Dome, I'd expect Utah to absolutely win 7 out of 10 if not more.






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FootballNostradamus
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You just went full retard


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Carson123987


What did you see from that game last night that lead you to believe Florida could ever cover Louisville's WRs? Bridgewater made some legit throws, but he also had some wide a fvck WRs running around.






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lowspark12
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re: Does the SEC not care about the Sugar Bowl anymore?


not only that, but the only way Florida was effective was through trickery... faking FG, trying an onsides kick, running reverses, Burton taking direct snaps....

When florida had a QB under center, they were terrible... couldn't block anyone.

Last night was no fluke... to say UF would win 7 of 10, there's just no evidence to back that up.






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