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Rob's top ten

Postby Rob » October 28th, 2012, 12:53 pm

1. Alabama - this team could beat every team in the AFC east. What they did to Mississippi St is illegal in 46 of the 50 states!

2. Kansas State - the class of the Big XII they prove that to me the last 2 weeks

3. Oregon - what could they do if they were not in the PAC 12. Prolific offense.

4. The Ohio State. They just keep winning

5. Notre Dame - I'm sick.

6. LSU - enjoy it while it last. It ends Saturday

7. Georgia - the Dawgs will win the east.

8. Florida - big loss

9. Florida St.

10. Mississippi St.

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Postby dolfan » October 30th, 2012, 8:52 am

Well, Rob, I'll just ditto you. It may be the last week I get to say "Bama #1" for a while, so I'm going to say so this week. I think Alabama beats LSU this week simply because LSU's passing game is hurting. Their D ability to penetrate our QB pocket is going to determine the game. Pass protection will matter loads for Bama this time; I figure LSU loads the box and corner blitzes like somebody out of their mind, and I think it'll work to a large extent. Bama is vulnerable on the edges, and pushing through a good surge up front has been a problem. We haven't seen anyone as good as LSU this year that can do that. So, I think it ought to be a close game -- 7 points either way. I would be surprised if anyone scores more than 21 points. Shoot, the over-under may be less than that. Good SEC football slobber-knocker expected. Roll Tide!
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