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kpcane
10-11-2009, 08:49 PM
1. SEC
2. ACC
3. Big 12
4. Pac 10
5. Big 10
6. Big East

Discuss......

BobDole
10-11-2009, 09:02 PM
i'd say

1. SEC
2. big 12
3. acc
4. big 10
5. pac 10
6. big east

when FSU and miami are great - the ACC is the second best conference. it just hasn't happened for a while. they'll both be back - too much talent in florida for them not to be.

kpcane
10-11-2009, 09:27 PM
I don't get the Big 12 considering Va Tech beat Nebraska and we beat Oklahoma. Texas hasn't been anything impressive this year either.

And the Big 10 over the Pac 10? What? Big 10 blows. At least the Pac 10 has one pretty good team.

BobDole
10-12-2009, 02:26 AM
we talking this year or overall? i did the overall thing.

kpcane
10-12-2009, 02:29 AM
This year. Right now.

BobDole
10-12-2009, 02:41 AM
oh i gotcha. in which case

1. SEC
2. ACC
3. big 12
4. big 10
5. pac 10
6. big east

big 10 and pac 10 are pretty damn close. ohio state, penn state, and illinois vs. USC, oregon, and cal. UCLA losing to stanford automatically disqualifies them. eh, those two conferences are pretty much equally mediocre.

CedarPhin
10-12-2009, 02:50 AM
I'd put the Mountain West over the Big East.

CedarPhin
10-12-2009, 02:52 AM
1. SEC.
2. ACC.
3. Pac-10
4. Big-12
5. Big-10
6. Big East

BobDole
10-12-2009, 02:56 AM
TCU, utah, BYU, and wyoming vs. USF, cincy, pitt, and west virginia - i'll take the big east any day of the week there.

CedarPhin
10-12-2009, 03:08 AM
I meant last year...sorry about that.

CedarPhin
10-12-2009, 03:08 AM
This year....I've put my rankings above.

Namor
10-12-2009, 08:58 AM
Business as usual.

kpcane
10-12-2009, 05:01 PM
big 10 and pac 10 are pretty damn close. ohio state, penn state, and illinois vs. USC, oregon, and cal. UCLA losing to stanford automatically disqualifies them. eh, those two conferences are pretty much equally mediocre.

well usc already beat ohio state. I'd think oregon would beat penn state (but then again, i thought they'd beat boise), and I'm pretty sure Cal would beat up on illinois. I'd have to give a little more than a slight edge to the pac 10 there.

Kdawg954
10-13-2009, 10:56 AM
As of right now I say:

1. SEC (Clearly Florida and Bama are the 2 best teams in the country . . . Bama has the most young talent and Florida has the most experience, and right there with Bama in young talent. Doesn't hurt when you also have LSU, Miss, SC, UGA and other solid teams.)

2. Big 12 - Texas #2 in the country and Oklahoma has 2 losses by 1 point w/o their Heisman trophy winner. Also fairly deep with TTU, TA&M, Mizzou, OKST, Nebraska and Kansas.

3. ACC - All the bashing these guys take and honestly they have 2 of the 4 most impressive teams I have seen this season. Arguably, UM and VT have had the 2 toughest schedules so far this season (shout out to Oregon as well). Ga Tech is a nightmare matchup for even the best teams with that triple option. Would be ranked 2nd, but they are just not deep enough.

4. Big 10 - Boy I wanted to put the Pac-10 here, but really with Cal's demise, they have nobody outside of USC and Oregon. I mean they have some teams I like to watch in Oregon and Washington but they aren't special. The Big 10 has Ohio State, Iowa and Penn State, and even though USC came to Columbus and beast OSU, I still think the Big 10 is the better conference. Michigan is on the comeback trail also.

5. Pac-10 - USC and Oregon are the class of this conference, but this conference is very suspect after those 2.

6. Big East - They just don't play anybody. There big hope IMO is USF. If they can beat Cincy this week and beat Miami at the end of the season . . . and go undefeated somehow . . . that can make a name for this conference, other than that, they are the bottom feeders. Cincy won't be an easy game, they are very talented on offense.

7. WAC - I still think USF or Cincy would beat anybody in this conference, which makes me put the WAC below the BIG East. Hey it's my opinion.

BobDole
10-13-2009, 05:17 PM
well usc already beat ohio state. I'd think oregon would beat penn state (but then again, i thought they'd beat boise), and I'm pretty sure Cal would beat up on illinois. I'd have to give a little more than a slight edge to the pac 10 there.

typo - i meant iowa. oops.

after USC and oregon the pac 10's got nothin. the big 10 still has decent teams like wisconsin, minnesota, and michigan. the USC is the best of either conference - but after that i'd take any big 10 over any pac 10 team all day long. the pac 10 is an extremely sub-par conference - why do you think it's such a huge shock when USC gets raped every year by a garbage team like stanford?

Oraclepz
10-14-2009, 07:29 PM
As of right now I say:

1. SEC (Clearly Florida and Bama are the 2 best teams in the country . . . Bama has the most young talent and Florida has the most experience, and right there with Bama in young talent. Doesn't hurt when you also have LSU, Miss, SC, UGA and other solid teams.)

2. Big 12 - Texas #2 in the country and Oklahoma has 2 losses by 1 point w/o their Heisman trophy winner. Also fairly deep with TTU, TA&M, Mizzou, OKST, Nebraska and Kansas.

3. ACC - All the bashing these guys take and honestly they have 2 of the 4 most impressive teams I have seen this season. Arguably, UM and VT have had the 2 toughest schedules so far this season (shout out to Oregon as well). Ga Tech is a nightmare matchup for even the best teams with that triple option. Would be ranked 2nd, but they are just not deep enough.

4. Big 10 - Boy I wanted to put the Pac-10 here, but really with Cal's demise, they have nobody outside of USC and Oregon. I mean they have some teams I like to watch in Oregon and Washington but they aren't special. The Big 10 has Ohio State, Iowa and Penn State, and even though USC came to Columbus and beast OSU, I still think the Big 10 is the better conference. Michigan is on the comeback trail also.

5. Pac-10 - USC and Oregon are the class of this conference, but this conference is very suspect after those 2.

6. Big East - They just don't play anybody. There big hope IMO is USF. If they can beat Cincy this week and beat Miami at the end of the season . . . and go undefeated somehow . . . that can make a name for this conference, other than that, they are the bottom feeders. Cincy won't be an easy game, they are very talented on offense.

7. WAC - I still think USF or Cincy would beat anybody in this conference, which makes me put the WAC below the BIG East. Hey it's my opinion.

I agree with this. Im a USF fan but until we add more teams to our conference we would never be better than last or next to last of the power conferences. Its a numbers game. We only have 8 teams in the conference compared to other conferences 10+. So obviously there usually 2-3 elite teams 2-3 Avg teams and then the bottom feeders. I do know that every year we usually have 2 teams that can compete with anyone. We have to let the division games play out to find out who those teams are.

Oraclepz
10-14-2009, 07:31 PM
I'd put the Mountain West over the Big East.


perfect litmus test. BYU crushed by Florida St. , Florida St. Beaten by USF.
I do Believe Boise St is good though.