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USA Today oddsmaker and analyst Danny Sheridan was on Arkansas-based “Sports Talk With Bo Mattingly” earlier today and claimed that the backups from five SEC schools would each go undefeated if they each played in the Big Ten:Now its obvious that the SEC is a better conference then the Big Ten, but to say that our back-ups could beat teams like Ohio State and Michigan State might be taking it too far.

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LSU and Bama maybe
Reply27 months
If you are talking about a second string all star team from SEC schools, then yes. if you are talking about taking the second team from 5 individual schools on both sides of the ball and going undefeated in the big ten, then thats just stupid.

Sheridan is stupid though. I still want him to produce the Cam Newton bagman.
Reply27 months
Ridiculous. , No
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