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Poll: Auburn vs. Oregon; who ya got?

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Now that Auburn-Oregon for the BcS title has become an official reality, let the debating begin.

This game, at first blush, will come down to defense; can Auburn’s slow down that high-octane machine from Eugene?  Can Oregon’s slow down one of the most dynamic football players of the last two decades?

There will be myriad storylines that will play out between now and the second weekend of January.  For now, though, we have one simple question…

Who ya got?

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53 Responses to “Poll: Auburn vs. Oregon; who ya got?”
  1. mrcowpatty says: Dec 4, 2010 9:35 PM

    I’ll take Boise State because I don’t my ass from a hole in the ground.

  2. Deb says: Dec 4, 2010 10:42 PM

    The more interesting question is where will the BCS trophy for the 2010 season be residing this time next year? With the team that won the game … or back in the BCS offices? :)

  3. gatorprof says: Dec 4, 2010 10:46 PM

    Simply put, Auburn has been tested against top teams and the ducks have not.

    Oregon would like be a 3 loss team in the SEC, so I see a 42-21 beat down win for Cam and the Tigers.

  4. joerevs300 says: Dec 4, 2010 11:02 PM

    I don’t think Oregon has seen a defense like Auburn, and ultimately I think that’s the difference in this game.

    And it’s not going to be 21 points either…no way. I’m thinking 35-31 Auburn.

  5. mb526 says: Dec 4, 2010 11:20 PM

    I’m sorry I’ve watched Auburn’s defense and a great defense doesn’t give up 43 points to Arkansas. The SEC is so high on itself it’s silly. If the SEC didn’t inflate their schedule by putting FCS teams (who don’t give a crap about winning the games but will take the money) in November they wouldn’t be sending as many teams to BCS bowls. Auburn was taken to overtime at home by their one reasonable non SEC opponent Clemson a team who has 6 losses on the season.
    No one outside the echo chamber SEC is just handing Auburn the title.

    That money was well spent by Auburn to get Cam Newton but all it will get them is a SEC championship.

  6. contract says: Dec 5, 2010 12:00 AM

    Oregon doesn’t stand a chance against that semi-pro team from Auburn.

  7. bnwpnw says: Dec 5, 2010 12:55 AM

    SEC is all hype. It’s like a JV league with a good publicist. Ducks in a walk.

  8. duckman1962 says: Dec 5, 2010 4:24 AM

    It will be a good close game, but the SEC is over rated and they don’t have to run the entire conference gauntlet each year. Ducks 43 Auburn 35.

  9. duckman1962 says: Dec 5, 2010 4:25 AM

    Oh, and $cam Nel$on will have been exposed by then anyway.

  10. pricecube says: Dec 5, 2010 4:34 AM

    His name is Newton not Nelson dumbass…

  11. WingT says: Dec 5, 2010 7:26 AM

    Auburn wins by 2 touchdowns.

  12. gatorprof says: Dec 5, 2010 7:37 AM

    Re: “SEC is all hype. It’s like a JV league with a good publicist.”

    Whew, didn’t know that. All along I thought that they had won the last 4 BCS title games and were 6-0 as a conference with 4 different teams winning titles. Thanks for setting the record straight.

  13. WingT says: Dec 5, 2010 7:59 AM

    @mb526, you said…
    “I’m sorry I’ve watched Auburn’s defense and a great defense doesn’t give up 43 points to Arkansas”

    ————————————————-

    First of all, Arkansas has a great offense. Lots of weapons, well coached and a QB that has a cannon for an arm and is extremely accurate. Mallet will be playing in the NFL for a very long time.

    Auburns defense may not be ” great” but they are still very very good. They have speed, size and are as physical as you will ever find.

    Auburn’s defense will stop anybody. It is more than enough defense to win a championshio with.

    Oregon will find out soon enough

  14. blitz4848 says: Dec 5, 2010 8:01 AM

    Some of you are really funny. Might want to try watching some football before you blog. You can call Auburn and Cam Newton whatever you like now but next week you will be calling him Cam Newton Heisman trophy winner by the largest margin ever. On Jan 10th you will be calling Auburn national champs and the Ducks will wonder what hit them. Oregon is no better than South Carolina so I figure the final to be
    Auburn 49 The Quack Attack gets smacked 21.

    Auburns defense can beat Oregon without the offense that’s the really scary part…they will get hit so hard so often you Duck believers will be able to use the injury excuse because there skill position guys will be sitting on the trainers table more often than not.

  15. WingT says: Dec 5, 2010 8:08 AM

    @Deb
    What makes you believe that Auburn will be proven to have violated NCAA rules? Is your belief centered around the nasty investigation that currently going on in the state of Alabama involving the gambling issue and the failed bank?

  16. WingT says: Dec 5, 2010 8:26 AM

    @Blitz and Gatorprof
    I agree with you. It’s hard to describe to outsiders just how competitive and talented teams in the SEC truly are. When you run the table in the SEC like Auburn has done, even I, an avid Bama fan for many years, has to give them proper credit.

    This was a very competitive year in the SEC – as competitive as I can ever recall seeing. There were at least 5 teams that were evenly matched in talent and had the opportunity to win it all.

    That competition makes you a better team by the end of the year.

  17. autigersno1 says: Dec 5, 2010 9:34 AM

    On January 10th Oregon is going to find out just how tough Auburn and the SEC is….hope they bring lost of bandaids, they’ll be needing them!

  18. rushlimbaughsoxyconnection says: Dec 5, 2010 10:39 AM

    Isn’t $cam Nel$on bowl eligibility in question , due to playing pro this year ?

  19. overratedgators says: Dec 5, 2010 11:28 AM

    gatorprof: “Oregon would like be a 3 loss team in the SEC”

    So in other words, Oregon would be better than the Gators, since UF is a five loss team in the SEC.

  20. patriot7 says: Dec 5, 2010 11:34 AM

    @ rushlimbaughsoxyconnection…1. it’s Newton 2. NCAA cleared him of any wrong doing 3. He has not revealed his intentions beyond this season.

  21. burragebrandon says: Dec 5, 2010 12:42 PM

    ok here is the thing i’m puzzled about. the SEC is over rated? does that include the 5 BCS championships we have won in a row? and January 10 might make it the 6th? just please tell me how can you simple little mind fix your lips to say the SEC is over rated. Auburn barely squeezed by teams in the beginning of the season, but have you seen their progression? they blew out number 19 ranked team in the SEC (South Carolina) who are really good at football and could possibly beat Oregon. They beat #1 Alabama and Auburn just put them in their grave yard by 39 points. While Oregon was at an unranked and unrecognized team stadium only beating them by 17 points. Oregon is small their running back is small and receivers. yes they have speed but trust me auburn will work on their speed. Oregon will not get passed line scrimmage and Cam Newton will leap all over the Oregon players like they’re small children. and you want tackle him cause when he runs and he sees you coming at him he will truck you and keep running instead of vise versal. so sorry oregon, but auburn is out of your reach. SEC owns all college football. ’nuff said.

  22. blitz4848 says: Dec 5, 2010 1:55 PM

    Even though I believe Auburn and Cam will win it all, I also believe that both the Heisman and the NC trophies will be presented along with return addressed,insured FedEx boxes so that when this is all said and done down the road it will expedite the trophies return.

  23. Deb says: Dec 5, 2010 2:24 PM

    @WingT …

    Yes, but I disagree with duckman1962 that this will have been exposed by the Championship game. This is an enormous FBI investigation of organized crime, gambling, bank fraud, a scheme to influence a state legislature–and apparently ancillary to that, irregularities in recruiting by a state university and the possibility that one or more of the school’s players was being paid through the fraudulent activities of this failed bank. The FBI isn’t operating according to the BCS schedule. They’re making their case … however long it takes. It could be a year or more before we find out what Auburn did, who was involved, and what the fallout will be.

    I’m not sure that I agree with Blitz. Don’t think the Heisman committee wants a repeat of the Bush situation–and everyone seems to believe another shoe is waiting to drop here. That may hurt Cam in the Heisman voting.

  24. blitz4848 says: Dec 5, 2010 3:19 PM

    @ Deb
    You can’t really believe that! Cam will win with a near unanimous vote and it won’t be close. The difference between Cam and 2nd place will be about the same as the distance between UConn and about 20 other more deserving teams that should play in the BCS ahead of them.
    That is Hugeeeeeeeeeeeee…………

  25. toasale says: Dec 6, 2010 7:12 AM

    The Quacks will Q U A K E when they are lined up against the Tigers. They’ve never played anything, but quick-type sanslot ball, now they and the rest of you will understand why the SEC is so danged superior.

  26. florida727 says: Dec 6, 2010 10:08 AM

    I’m an SEC (and Gators; tough year obviously) fan, but even if Oregon does beat Auburn, saying the SEC is “overrated” is arguably the stupidest comment posted on here.

    How many more national titles IN A ROW does the SEC have to win before the moronic overrated statements stop? You do realize you lose all credibility when you make a comment like the SEC being overrated, don’t you?

    Check the records. Check the facts. Then offer an opinion. Anyone who’s actually informed cannot intelligently claim the SEC to be an overrated conference. That’s just plain ignorant.

  27. Deb says: Dec 6, 2010 12:51 PM

    @blitz …

    I think sports reporters vote for the Heisman. What do they care? If they give it to Cam, then it’s just another big story when it has to come back. So you’re probably right. If members of the Athletic Club voted, no I don’t think they’d choose someone who, in all likelihood, will be ruled ineligible at some point down the road. Why would they want yet another Bush debacle on top of the last one?

  28. djclevinger says: Dec 6, 2010 12:52 PM

    Go Ducks!!! Great job on our first perfect season. Great job on shutting up the nay sayers and thanks for bringing us to our first NCG.

    With that said I think Auburn is a great team, with a Heisman QB. Congrats to you guys on a perfect season.

    I think that the NCG will live up to its hype. 2 Excellent teams with powerful offenses, Auburn has a good defense and I think Oregon is just as good. Specially since Oregon’s defense has taken away the ball 35 times this season. Oregon’s defense has allowed only 18.4 ppg, compared to scoring 49.3 ppg. Oregon is very quick to get the ball snapped, can Auburn’s defense keep up?

    Auburn’s defense is allowing 24.5 ppg and scoring 42.7 ppg. Even match-up from what I can see. Auburn, ranked 50th in the nation in yards allowed and 60th in points allowed. Time of possession is not a factor since both teams get the ball and score, quickly.

    Obviously I am a Ducks fan and I feel that Oregon has the chance to win if… we keep Auburn from scoring 35 points in the first half and we can match each point scored in the first half with Auburn. Oregon gets stronger throughout the game, wearing down our opponents defense, from there we get off the ground and start scoring. Our defense has only allowed 6.4 ppg in the second half, that is not a bad defense when it matters most.

    Like I said, I’m not saying Oregon is going to win it but they have just as good of a chance as Auburn.

  29. scoresdontlie says: Dec 6, 2010 2:42 PM

    A fast look at the scores will tell you who will win. Auburn has won five games by a touchdown or less — four of those by a field goal or less. The BCS may say that winning margin doesn’t count in the computations, but on the field it most certainly does. How can a team that has won four games by 3 or fewer points possibly stack up against a team that wins by an AVERAGE of 30 points? (Please, don’t rant on with the tired Portland State example — one game does not constitute a 30 point average over a season.) What the scores say about Auburn is that FIVE other teams were able to play them this season. That NEVER happened with the Ducks (with, of course, the exception of the Cal game — but then again, Cal’s defensive coach did admit to cheating in that game!)

    People argue that just because those SEC teams came close to beating Auburn and that they all beat each other that somehow makes the SEC a better conference. That logic means that the NFC West is the toughest division in the NFL (go ahead, go look at the standings — see the W/L records and the teams involved — I’ll wait here). Do you think that argument still holds?

    Auburn has not seen anything like the Ducks this year and, come the second Monday of next year, they’ll be glad they’re in the SEC and didn’t have to play them during the regular season.

  30. scoresdontlie says: Dec 6, 2010 3:19 PM

    Sorry, forgot to mention this: Let’s not forget that, if not for Oregon, Stanford, ranked #4, would be in the NCG. Their only loss — the only loss keeping them from being undefeated and in the NCG themselves — was a three touchdown schooling from the Ducks. There is no team that Auburn played that can say that, if we hadn’t played Auburn we’d be in the NCG. Every team Auburn beat was also beaten by someone else.

    The misguided “SEC is the toughest conference” chant is far from convincing. Two of the top four teams come from the Pac-10, not the SEC (and please don’t grovel all the way down to Nos. 8 and 10 to try to find relevance — are you really going to try to claim that teams with two losses are serious contenders?) .

    Come on, Auburn played a 9-3 team for the conference “championship”? What is that? Sure, I know, you’re singing the same tired refrain, the SEC has won the last few NCGs. That only means that a random SEC team won one particular game this past January, and some other random SEC team won one particular game the January before that, etc. It means nothing this year. And, don’t forget what they say in those investment commercials, “Past performance is not indicative of future results.”

  31. gamustangdude says: Dec 6, 2010 4:13 PM

    Oregon Played Stanford and….

    Stanford Played Oregon and….

    SEC has 6 teams in the top 35

    PAC-10 has 2.

    Even if Stanford went undefeated they would not jump Auburn, one thing that’s killing the PAC_10 is you don’t have a conference championship game. And at the end of the day the undefeated SEC champion “holds more weight” than the Undefeated PAC-10 Champion.

    Match them up
    AU vs. Oregon = AU
    Arkansas vs. Stanford = ARK
    LSU vs. USC = LSU
    Alabama VS Washington / Arizona = Alabama
    South Carolina vs. Arizona State / Oregon State = South Carolina

    Do I really need to go on? The PAC-10 has 2 decent teams, but given their competition, I put them with Boise and TCU, they really haven’t played anyone. Only 1 of Oregon current opponent is ranked in the top 25 (We can discuss rankings a different thread) Stanford the same. However, look at AU 6 teams, South Car 5, teams Alabama 6 teams, and Arkansas 6 teams.

    It’s no contest.

  32. gamustangdude says: Dec 6, 2010 4:14 PM

    top 25 not 35

  33. scoresdontlie says: Dec 6, 2010 4:59 PM

    To complete your first two lines after the ellipses: The rest of the Pac-10. I would invite any SEC team to schedule their non-league games against Pac-10 teams and see how they fare.

    And, sorry, but what are you basing your “match them up” comparisons to? I see no stats, no math, no form, no function — just blind SEC dogma:

    Let’s see: AU – Oregon — the same, both undefeated, right?
    Arkansas – Stanford — I see one-loss Stanford here
    LSU — USC — let’s be honest, from here on down, both conferences are dredging.

    As for a “conference championship,” can you please explain — with stats and real info — how Auburn beating a 9-3 team “holds more weight” than Oregon being undefeated?

    And, when you cite only one opponent is ranked, that’s not the case. The rankings now are not the rankings they were when the games were played. The Ducks played three ranked opponents, and the Tigers played 5. I’d say that the fact that only one of the Duck’s opponents were able to bounce back and get back into the rankings speaks volumes about how badly a beat down was being given out by the Ducks this year — so much so that ranked teams’ entire seasons were derailed. How many can Auburn say that about?

    But, let’s stick with your “ranking must mean something argument”: the Duck’s highest ranked opponent is many, many slots higher than Auburn’s highest ranked opponent, so how exactly does that make the Ducks inferior? All you SEC defenders say is “It’s the SEC, so it’s better, because we have to play the SEC,” but you never back it up with WHY it’s better — except to repeat — “because it’s the SEC.” Here, I can back up what I’m saying with this particular, pointed and undeniable fact: I’m seeing TWO Pac-10 teams in the BCS Top 5, and only one SEC. I don’t know — that kinda, sorta makes it look like the Pac-10 is stronger this year.

    So when you say that Auburn is the better team because Oregon is only a decent team (even though they beat the #4 team), and that the #4 team is only decent, having only lost to the #2 team — well, I can only recall what the comedian Gallagher once said about the Queen being on the front of Canadian currency that had a beaver on the reverse: “What good is first place if second place went to a beaver?”

  34. djclevinger says: Dec 6, 2010 5:30 PM

    @ scoresdontlie

    I agree with a lot of what your saying but I don’t think the SEC is a big east type conference. I think they have the best conference this year and the PAC-10 has a few good teams as well as the SEC. I think the PAC-10 is a close #2 Conference. I feel confident that Oregon will beat Auburn but it will be a close game, it will be all about turnover ratio and who makes the least amount of mistakes.

    Go Ducks!!!!

  35. gamustangdude says: Dec 6, 2010 5:55 PM

    Stats are simple the PAC-10 has no championship game. SEC does, so the Champion is a true champion whereas the pac-10 is overall conference record. Oregon played a 5-6 Oregon state team and won by 17. Auburn played a 9-3 South Carolina and won by 39.

    http://www.teamrankings.com/college-football/ranking/strength-of-schedule-by-team

    Stats #2: Oregon’s SOS 12, SEC teams number 1-5, Stanford’s is higher than Oregon’s.

    What does that mean to you? 5 SEC teams have played a tougher schedule than Oregon and Stanford.

    AND
    “I’m seeing TWO Pac-10 teams in the BCS Top 5, and only one SEC. I don’t know — that kind of, sort of makes it look like the Pac-10 is stronger this year. ”

    If that’s you logic than, the WAC, ACC, BIG 10 and BIG 12 are better conference because they have more ranked in the top 25. PAC-10 has 2.

    Also using your logic, 1 Conference has 6 teams in the top 25, 1 conference has only 2. Who’s better?

    Auburn played the 8, 10, 16, 20, and 21 team. While Oregon only played the number 4 team.

    Stanford played the number 2 team while Arkansas played 1, 10, 16, 20 and 21.

    This is not even an argument. You’re only FACTS involve two teams, two. Give me more than 4 teams that have put up quality wins over quality opponents, and then you can start making your case. Until then, worry about being the 2nd best conference, hell I think the BIG 10 and 12 are stronger than the PAC-10.

    Hey I’m just a random blogger who am I to judge? I’m not an expert, I bet their opinion might favor the PAC-10

    http://espn.go.com/blog/statsinfo/post/_/id/13098/conference-power-rankings-week-13

    Wait, I was wrong. Sorry

  36. gamustangdude says: Dec 6, 2010 6:00 PM

    At the end of the day…

    “The Pac-10 is somewhere in the middle with two elite schools and a handful of above average ones. While the Pac-10 did play the toughest OOC schedule in the nation, it does have the worst record against other FBS schools among the top four conferences at 14-10. It has zero OOC wins against schools in the current BCS top 25.”

    source- Albert Larcada ESPC.com

  37. gamustangdude says: Dec 6, 2010 6:12 PM

    An last you are a idiot.

    you state: “And, when you cite only one opponent is ranked, that’s not the case. The rankings now are not the rankings they were when the games were played.”

    However Stanford wasn’t number 4 when they played Oregon, they were 9 and Oregon was number 4 when. So you’re using final rankings in one argument, and then i throw in final rankings, then you try to counter with initial rankings? Where are the teams ranked now?

    You’re argument is just like your conference weak.

    And lasts, don’t ever use rankings as the single justification on how good your conference is. Just shows your ignorance for college football

  38. gamustangdude says: Dec 6, 2010 6:13 PM

    an idiot, writing in a hurry

  39. scoresdontlie says: Dec 6, 2010 6:36 PM

    gamusttangdude: Thanks for that quote from ESPN, which is admittedly, hard to argue with — although I’ll try. The key phrase here is “current BCS top 25.”

    I would like to note first, however, that, if we’re talking tough schedules like Larcada says, I don’t think there’s another team in the nation that had to play five top ten teams this year as Pac-10′s Oregon State did (TCU, #6 at the time, #3 Boise State, #9 Arizona, #6 Stanford and #2 Oregon). Even Oregon — and yes, Auburn — only faced one Top 10 team.

    But, on the subject of OOC wins — if you look at OOC teams that Pac-10 teams played that were in the Top 25 at the time the game was played, it becomes a little less lopsided, with the Pac-10 posting a record of 3-4. While the SEC does fare better percentage-wise (with a record of 3-1) it still has only three wins — the same number of OOC wins as the Pac-10. And, it is with a certain degree of delight that I note that the SEC’s lone OOC loss to a Top 25 team was to Oregon!

  40. gamustangdude says: Dec 6, 2010 6:46 PM

    Oregon state is 5-7, and you’re using that to justify how good your conference is? Two teams = the PAC-10?
    Finally, you’re bragging about beating the 9th best team in the SEC? I guess you have to, given Oregon’s schedule.

    Your argument’s are stretching.

  41. scoresdontlie says: Dec 6, 2010 6:55 PM

    Alas, an Ad Hominem attack is not an argument that supports your case and is a refuge to take up when you feel the argument is lost.

    To answer your question though (where are those two teams now?) — Oregon is #2 and Stanford is #4.

    And I’m still not sure how beating the same team twice makes an SEC champion a more legitimate champion than one that has to beat EVERY team in the league? That’s a nice luxury.

    I don’t think I’ve been using rankings alone (although, granted, I haven’t used winning margin, total offense, average PPG, etc.). Shall we move in to real stats, or just keep repeating “My conference is stronger than yours”?

  42. scoresdontlie says: Dec 6, 2010 7:05 PM

    And, BTW, I wasn’t specifically using the Beavers as an example of how awesome the Pac-10 is. They’re a fine team, which could have played the Rose Bowl last year. I just found that particular stat amusing and thought I’d pass it along.

    However, as far as the Tennessee game is concerned, since you don’t have to suffer through the yearly Pac-10 is nothing chorus every year, you may be unaware that after Oregon beat New Mexico 72-0 in the season opener, all the critics (including ESPN) said, Sure, it was New Mexico. But happens when they play a real team? And they pointed to Tennessee (you can see this article “10 things we learned about the Ducks” — the one entitled It Was Only New Mexico =

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/451877-college-football-10-things-we-learned-about-the-oregon-ducks-after-week-1#page/11

    So the Ducks went in and beat them in the Vols’ own house, that’s all. Can’t help it if that game derailed Tennessee’s season.

  43. gamustangdude says: Dec 6, 2010 7:06 PM

    You have no case in the argument, don’t believe my points, that’s fine. I gave an expert who agrees with me, (not literaly)

    http://espn.go.com/blog/statsinfo/post/_/id/13098/conference-power-rankings-week-13

    Give me one that agrees with you. Or is your blind ignorance an expert?

  44. djclevinger says: Dec 6, 2010 9:07 PM

    @gamustangdude @scoresdontlie

    I don’t think that we can agree on anything other than the fact that Auburn is #1 and Oregon is #2.

    Any talk about last year don’t mean $**t, Boise st was tooting that horn and look at them now. Comparing Oregon to TCU or Boise st is a terrible comparison. Since both teams are in weak conferences there isn’t much to stand on when they are playing high school caliber teams. As far as the OOC games, yes they played a few tougher games but again they aren’t playing tougher conference teams.

    The PAC-10 is not a bad conference, they aren’t the best but they are in the top 3 far as I’m concerned. The SEC has a championship game, big whoop. The PAC-10 doesn’t need a championship game because they play every team, what’s the point? I prefer to play every team in the conference that way you can’t have one team that we didn’t play talk crap about how they could have beat Oregon. Next year the PAC-12 will have a conference championship, then we can argue that.

    I believe that the SEC is the best conference, with that said can we move on and analyze Auburn Vs. Oregon?

  45. gamustangdude says: Dec 6, 2010 9:17 PM

    First of all, you have no idea what you’re talking about. No one is comparing Oregon to TCU or Boise. He said Orgeon STATE played those two teams THIS year. How is that last season?

    Second, i’ll move on when i fell like it, untill then you can either read a different thread or sit back and suck one while we argue. either way, I don’t give a sh%T.

  46. djclevinger says: Dec 6, 2010 10:26 PM

    @gamustangdude

    Isn’t this what you said?

    1st.”Do I really need to go on? The PAC-10 has 2 decent teams, but given their competition, I put them with Boise and TCU, they really haven’t played anyone.”

    2nd. My comment about Boise St is regarding folks from many other threads earlier this year.

    3rd. Learn to spell before you start clowning on other people.

    “second, i’ll move on when i FELL like it, UNTILL then.”

    Dumba$$

  47. gamustangdude says: Dec 7, 2010 6:17 AM

    spelling on a blog site? really? LMAO ok you win.

  48. williered says: Dec 12, 2010 6:01 PM

    Auburn should easily win the game, however, it will be based on an outstanding offense and not defense.
    If you check the 2010 football stats under “total defense, yards per game” Auburn is not ranked even close to the top 25 and ” total points per game” is not much better (ref. rivals.com). The offense is so potent that defense can virtually be an afterthought.

  49. timjayko says: Dec 17, 2010 12:53 PM

    @ all the SEC gloaters out there!

    you do realize the reason the SEC is winning all these BCS titles and all that jazz is because of the corrupt BCS system ranking you so high every year? Lets see you mofo’s survive a 20 team playoff bracket 4 times in a row bishes. maybe then I’ll say the SEC is all that. Until then its all speculation.

  50. rlsmit says: Dec 17, 2010 1:08 PM

    @timjayko

    Ok guy, you do realize the reason the SEC being the number one Conference is not our claim however go asks the experts at ESPN, FOX Sports, ect.
    Name 1 team in FBS that plays a 20 team playoff bracket? No one does idiot, you can use that argument with any conference. However my argument is simple. Play a Schedule in which you have to play Alabama, LSU, South Carolina, Arkansas, Georgia, and then finish undefeated. I Say you’ve earned a chance. However at the end of the day, 4/5 last National Champions came from which conference? The SEC. Swallow that BISH!!

  51. bagavond says: Dec 17, 2010 7:28 PM

    Is everyone voting for Oregon because their jerseys are cute!?!

    Let’s play the strength of schedule game, and go!

    Oregon has played three ranked teams and beat them:
    Sanford #9
    USC #24
    Arizona #21

    Auburn has played five ranked teams and beat them:
    South Carolina #12
    Arkansas #12
    LSU #6
    Alabama #11
    South Carolina #19.

    Just in case you didn’t catch that slight breeze, it was them brushing aside last years #1 team.

    Just like when your stupid 5 year old kicks the soccer ball in his own goal, it’s all sweet to want to see your team win, but take the nipple out of your mouth and grab some KY because you’re going to need it Jan. 10th.

    P.S. Newton, you seem like a twat, but you sure know how to play football. Now go grab the SEC another title. :)

  52. radschneider says: Jan 10, 2011 3:00 PM

    Something tells me the defense of both teams are going to be what shows up the most.

    I like Oregon to pull it out late, 24-21.

  53. gamustangdude says: Jan 12, 2011 2:25 PM

    @scoresdontlie

    And now what do you have to say?

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