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Best thing about the SEC

JoeEDangerouslyJoeEDangerously Member, Swaye's Wigwam Posts: 3,650
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Not rushing the field against fucking Utah because it’s fucking Utah. Can’t wait to watch a bunch of losers do it to Sparty
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  • TheHBTheHB Member, Swaye's Wigwam Posts: 2,056
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    Florida is a middle of the pack SEC team. If Ute is the best PAC can offer … yikes.
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  • PostGameOrangeSlicesPostGameOrangeSlices Member, Swaye's Wigwam Posts: 19,278
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    edited September 4
    TheHB said:

    Florida is a middle of the pack SEC team. If Ute is the best PAC can offer … yikes.

    Florida is #12 in recruiting talent (can be meaningless but worth considering) and hired the Southeast version of Kalen DeBoer.

    They could be really good.

    Or, both Utah and Florida are fringe top 25 teams.
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  • SoutherndawgSoutherndawg Member, Swaye's Wigwam Posts: 7,761
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    TheHB said:

    Florida is a middle of the pack SEC team. If Ute is the best PAC can offer … yikes.

    Florida is #12 in recruiting talent (can be meaningless but worth considering) and hired the Southeast version of Kalen DeBoer.

    They could be really good.

    Or, both Utah and Florida are fringe top 25 teams.
    I believe that to be the case. Tip of the cap to Utah either way. The swamp is a god awful place for opponents. The Gators have won 33 straight home openers, the longest active streak in the nation dating back to 1989. There is nothing like it in the PAC, but Utah outplayed Florida and were in position to win at the end of the game.
  • creepycougcreepycoug Member Posts: 20,580
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    edited September 4

    TheHB said:

    Florida is a middle of the pack SEC team. If Ute is the best PAC can offer … yikes.

    Florida is #12 in recruiting talent (can be meaningless but worth considering) and hired the Southeast version of Kalen DeBoer.

    They could be really good.

    Or, both Utah and Florida are fringe top 25 teams.
    Of course there are athletes on the roster. But their D line wasn’t dominant. Elite SEC teams tend to have that.

    Florida loses at least three. Likely 4. Cook it.
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  • haiehaie Member, Swaye's Wigwam Posts: 13,209
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    TheHB said:

    Florida is a middle of the pack SEC team. If Ute is the best PAC can offer … yikes.

    Florida is #12 in recruiting talent (can be meaningless but worth considering) and hired the Southeast version of Kalen DeBoer.

    They could be really good.

    Or, both Utah and Florida are fringe top 25 teams.
    Never have bought into them repeating as P12 champs and playoff contenders.

    Slow, quarterback isn't accurate enough, and this year they're trying to use two tight ends as their primary passing targets.
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  • JoeEDangerouslyJoeEDangerously Member, Swaye's Wigwam Posts: 3,650
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    edited September 4
    ntxduck said:

    TheHB said:

    Florida is a middle of the pack SEC team. If Ute is the best PAC can offer … yikes.

    Florida is #12 in recruiting talent (can be meaningless but worth considering) and hired the Southeast version of Kalen DeBoer.

    They could be really good.

    Or, both Utah and Florida are fringe top 25 teams.
    I believe that to be the case. Tip of the cap to Utah either way. The swamp is a god awful place for opponents. The Gators have won 33 straight home openers, the longest active streak in the nation dating back to 1989. There is nothing like it in the PAC, but Utah outplayed Florida and were in position to win at the end of the game.
    How many of those 33 home openers were against fcs or sun belt teams? 31?
    Yeah the SEC generally doesn’t do those fcs games until the 11th game before a rivalry game but it’s usually a sun belt, Mac or Conference USA
  • YellowSnowYellowSnow Moderator, Swaye's Wigwam Posts: 28,544
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    edited September 4
    We? Are beating Sparta ?

    creepycoug
  • PostGameOrangeSlicesPostGameOrangeSlices Member, Swaye's Wigwam Posts: 19,278
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    TheHB said:

    Florida is a middle of the pack SEC team. If Ute is the best PAC can offer … yikes.

    Florida is #12 in recruiting talent (can be meaningless but worth considering) and hired the Southeast version of Kalen DeBoer.

    They could be really good.

    Or, both Utah and Florida are fringe top 25 teams.
    Oregon is 7th in the country in terms of recruiting talent, so that's a pretty meaningless statistic
    Florida has a coach that knows how to coach
  • creepycougcreepycoug Member Posts: 20,580
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    edited September 8

    TheHB said:

    Florida is a middle of the pack SEC team. If Ute is the best PAC can offer … yikes.

    Florida is #12 in recruiting talent (can be meaningless but worth considering) and hired the Southeast version of Kalen DeBoer.

    They could be really good.

    Or, both Utah and Florida are fringe top 25 teams.
    I believe that to be the case. Tip of the cap to Utah either way. The swamp is a god awful place for opponents. The Gators have won 33 straight home openers, the longest active streak in the nation dating back to 1989. There is nothing like it in the PAC, but Utah outplayed Florida and were in position to win at the end of the game.
    But, Florida's "home openers" often / almost always consist of schools you parents have literally never heard of. Most of the SEC is the same
  • creepycougcreepycoug Member Posts: 20,580
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    haie said:

    TheHB said:

    Florida is a middle of the pack SEC team. If Ute is the best PAC can offer … yikes.

    Florida is #12 in recruiting talent (can be meaningless but worth considering) and hired the Southeast version of Kalen DeBoer.

    They could be really good.

    Or, both Utah and Florida are fringe top 25 teams.
    Never have bought into them repeating as P12 champs and playoff contenders.

    Slow, quarterback isn't accurate enough, and this year they're trying to use two tight ends as their primary passing targets.
    The problem is we? don't know how shitty the rest of the conference will be. For example, UCLA (mid major) will likely be mediocre, at best.
    haieUW_Doog_Bot
  • rodmansragerodmansrage Member Posts: 4,584
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    best thing about the sec is they only care about football, literacy be damned.
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  • alumni94alumni94 Member Posts: 4,370
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    Disagree, best thing about the SEC is the coeds.
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  • PurpleThrobberPurpleThrobber Member, Swaye's Wigwam Posts: 36,839
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    alumni94 said:

    Disagree, best thing about the SEC is the coeds.






    YKW.

    Christ.

    backthepackUW_Doog_Bot
  • AtomicDawgAtomicDawg Member Posts: 5,242
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    edited September 8
    TheHB said:

    Florida is a middle of the pack SEC team. If Ute is the best PAC can offer … yikes.

    The best team in the pac 12 has a recent history of being equal to a slightly above avg sec team.

    2018 uw shit the bed vs mediocre auburn
    2019 Oregon shit the bed vs mediocre auburn
    2022 Utah shit the bed vs Florida.

    Actually was at the game. Florida has some dudes in the trenches. Their pass rush and wr’s were underwhelming. If they beat Kentucky this week they probably win 9 games which puts them in the top 15-20. If they lose, they probably are a fringe top 25 team.
  • MikeDamoneMikeDamone Member, Swaye's Wigwam Posts: 36,320
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    Not rushing the field against fucking Utah because it’s fucking Utah. Can’t wait to watch a bunch of losers do it to Sparty

    Why would they rush the field after a loss? Maybe like the sark LSU game when doogs came in their pants because uw “played them close”
  • WoolleyDoogWoolleyDoog Member, Swaye's Wigwam Posts: 674
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    Not rushing the field against fucking Utah because it’s fucking Utah. Can’t wait to watch a bunch of losers do it to Sparty

    Why would they rush the field after a loss? Maybe like the sark LSU game when doogs came in their pants because uw “played them close”
    How many years away are we from fans rushing the field after a near upset. Growing up I always reserved rushing the field for massive Upsets and wins and I think it jumped the shark once the threat of getting maced went away.
  • whatshouldicareaboutwhatshouldicareabout Member Posts: 10,220
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    Not rushing the field against fucking Utah because it’s fucking Utah. Can’t wait to watch a bunch of losers do it to Sparty

    Why would they rush the field after a loss? Maybe like the sark LSU game when doogs came in their pants because uw “played them close”
    How many years away are we from fans rushing the field after a near upset. Growing up I always reserved rushing the field for massive Upsets and wins and I think it jumped the shark once the threat of getting maced went away.
    How many times has UW rushed the field?

    I recall USC in 2009 and at USC in 2010 (there was a barrier but the players came over and celebrated with the fans). Stanford in 2016 maybe? Can't remember
    StLouisDawg
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