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sabes que
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The NFL product >> CFB
College football is a ridiculous product for many reasons. But having only a handful of teams out of hundreds even having a chance at winning the Championship is absurd. Also college football is all offense, all spread. Everything is big 12 bull shite. The NFL (the best players and coaches in the world) have teams that run I formation, run the ball etc, like the Browns. College football has turned into 7 on 7 bull shite.


lsupride87
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re: The NFL product >> CFB
When college has the fans, the bands, the tailgating etc it is better to me

But seeing college without the pageantry, yeh, it cant hold a candle to the NFL


Paul Allen
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re: The NFL product >> CFB
I agree 100%.


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MoarKilometers
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re: The NFL product >> CFB
Looking for your equivalent post last year. It's mystery missing, why???


saintsfan22
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re: The NFL product >> CFB
Yep. Only interesting thing from tonight was Saban eating boogers.


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RLDSC FAN
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re: The NFL product >> CFB
Easily


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lsupride87
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re: The NFL product >> CFB
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Looking for your equivalent post last year. It's mystery missing, why???


Because

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When college has the fans, the bands, the tailgating etc it is better to me

But seeing college without the pageantry, yeh, it cant hold a candle to the NFL


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RLDSC FAN
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re: The NFL product >> CFB
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When college has the fans, the bands, the tailgating etc


All things off the field


Olric
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re: The NFL product >> CFB
Nothing better than a Saturday with college football from 11 am until midnight, but the nfl's postseason product is definitely better


lsupride87
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re: The NFL product >> CFB
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All things off the field
Kind of my entire point

I dont think many people have ever argued the onfield product of college is better. Of course it isnt

But everything that makes college football in totality makes it more enjoyable for some people, me included.

That mask for the first time was taken off this year and it was jarring to me just how much better the pure nfl product is


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sabes que
Member since Jan 2010
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re: The NFL product >> CFB
I’ve said for a long time that college football has become a watered down product, as well that it is essentially a house of cards.


RLDSC FAN
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I’ve said for a long time that college football has become a watered down product,


It really is. I still adore the sport, but it's getting really bad. Next year, it will again be Bama, OSU and Clemson.


schexyoung
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re: The NFL product >> CFB
Water downed? Nah. Too concentrated. And only in a few flavors.


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chalmetteowl
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The NFL (the best players and coaches in the world) have teams that run I formation, run the ball etc, like the Browns. College football has turned into 7 on 7 bull shite.
remember when we all thought all the NFL offenses were the same and the quality of the QBs determined the winner?

What people are missing are the days when Nebraska ran the option, Big Ten ran the I formation, and SEC ran the Wing T


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lsufball19
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re: The NFL product >> CFB
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Next year, it will again be Bama, OSU and Clemson.


not sure about OSU. Maybe because they're in the Big 10 but they lose a lot. Clemson does too, and that young QB from UNC looks very good.


RLDSC FAN
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not sure about OSU. Maybe because they're in the Big 10 but they lose a lot


Only to be replaced by the next batch of 5 stars


slackster
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re: The NFL product >> CFB
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he NFL (the best players and coaches in the world) have teams that run I formation, run the ball etc, like the Browns


Which I really don't understand.

If it works at the collegiate level so profoundly, why not run it in the NFL too?


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RB10
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Only to be replaced by the next batch of 5 stars


Eh. Day clearly can't replicate what Urban built, particularly when it comes to team speed. tOSU looked slower than almost every SEC team I watched this year.

They'll continue to win the Big 10, but they're falling behind the SEC again.
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RLDSC FAN
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Eh. Day clearly can't replicate what Urban built,


Very fair point. He was handed the keys to a Ferrari.

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They'll continue to win the Big 10, but they're falling behind the SEC again.


Nope, completely disagree. Losing to bama is nothing to be embarrassed about. There's no other sec team this year that could do this to OSU. Stop with the SEC unbeatable nonsense. It's bama and no one else.


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SpartyGator
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re: The NFL product >> CFB
I used to dispute this for the last few years but I've slowly been convinced of this.

That said. I do enjoy the pageantry of CFB, going to see unique places, bands, also the school traditions


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