Paul Finebaum Thinks This South Carolina Has The Hardest 2019 Schedule In The Country
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ESPN's Paul Finebaum thinks South Carolina has the toughest schedule in the country in 2019...

“I don’t think anyone could argue against the following statement that South Carolina has the hardest schedule in the country. It is absolutely brutal. There is just no getting around it. So knowing that you have Alabama, knowing that you have Georgia and Clemson. By almost everyone’s projections, those are the No. 1, 2 and 3 schools in the country. You also have the normal lot of Florida and Tennessee and North Carolina to begin. Florida is a potential top 10 team. A&M is not far outside the top 10. We already mentioned the other three,” Finebaum said to Josh Kendall on his show this week.
Do you agree? Check it out...

vs. North Carolina *in Charlotte (2-9) on Aug. 31
vs. Charleston Southern (5-6) on Sept. 7
vs. Alabama (14-1) on Sept. 14
at Missouri (8-5) on Sept. 21
vs. Kentucky (10-3) on Sept. 28
at Georgia (11-3) on Oct. 12
vs. Florida (10-3) on Oct. 19
at Tennessee (5-7) on Oct. 26
vs. Vanderbilt (6-7) on Nov. 2
vs. Appalachian State (11-2) on Nov. 9
at Texas A&M (9-4) on Nov. 16
BYE WEEK Nov. 23
vs. Clemson (15-0) on Nov. 30

(The Spun)

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I bet Finebaum has the Alabama logo tattooed on the tip of his d**k so he can keep an erection...
Reply14 months
App St. could roll them too.
Reply14 months
Mentions UNC but not Mizzou. Mentions a team Mizzou has beat 100 to 37 the last two years combined but not Mizzou. Mentions a Florida team that we've destroyed the last few years but not Mizzou. The media just hates Mizzou lol.
Reply14 months
They do have Clemson on the schedule and their two SEC west opponents are Bama and A&M. It's one of the tougher schedules,
Reply14 months
Shocked he didn’t say Bama has the toughest schedule every year.
Reply14 months
Last year's records don't matter as much in college as they do in pros. I hate how people think it does. I am sorry but college teams can win 11, 5, and 12 games in a three season window thanks to players going pro
Reply14 months
It’s only considered brutal because they suck so bad
Reply14 months
Ed O would go 6-6 with that schedule.
14 months
Coming from a Tennessee grad who takes his pants off when he talks about Alabama football.
Reply14 months
A&M has the toughest schedule in the country. They play Clemson, Bama, UGA, LSU, and Auburn. So is he suggesting that them playing UF instead of LSU and Auburn makes SC’s schedule tougher?!?!
Reply14 months
I have to agree. Jimbo has a chance to earn some money this year, but he prolly won't.
14 months
9/21 @ Mizzou ... Gamecocks going down ! ( I kid, I kid )
Reply14 months
If they get to 8 Ws - including a bowl - extend Champ for life.
Reply14 months
Hell yeah it's the toughest. If they manage to win 8 games next year then Muschamp deserves a medal.
Reply14 months
Reply14 months
I have to admit, appealing for your schedule to be the "scariest" makes the team come across as winners.
14 months
I've not looked through every D1 football team's schedule, but the out of conference schedule is: ACC, Big South, Sun Belt, and ACC.
Reply14 months
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