Can the SEC win all the Bowl Games they are in?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrantNKY View Post
    Another year like last year and their reputation is completely gone.
    No it won't. They can claim that stretch of National Championships, ESPN will still drool over them and they'll be overhyped again next year. All due to history.
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    SEC is favored in all but 1 game (Florida vs Michigan)

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    Ttt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MentschTrachtGottLacht View Post
    A&M, Tennessee, Florida, and Ole Miss all will have their hands full.

    I will add, as a counter-point, if LSU shows up giving a solitary darn about that game, they could beat Texas Tech by eleventy-billion.
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    5-6.

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    They have some really soft match ups, so look for them to win most of them.

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    Leave it to Louisville to stop the streak of SEC wins, even if it was against a team with no qb and having problems. But I guess a winnisbanwin even if against a team this bad

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    I really expected Memphis to put a smack down on Auburn, they had looked good all year.
    Yet Auburn came to play and it wasn't much of a game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jumper_Dad View Post
    I really expected Memphis to put a smack down on Auburn, they had looked good all year.
    Yet Auburn came to play and it wasn't much of a game.
    I thought the same. Totally underestimated what the coaching situation at Memphis would do to that team coming into the bowl.

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    LSU: Advocare Texas Bowl vs. Texas Tech 56-27
    Auburn: Birmingham Bowl vs. Memphis 31-10
    Miss. St.: Belk Bowl vs. NC State 51-28
    Texas A&M: Music City Bowl vs. Louisville 21-27
    Tennessee: Outback Bowl vs. Northwestern
    Florida: Citrus Bowl vs. Michigan
    Ole Miss: Sugar Bowl vs. Oklahoma State
    Georgia: Gator Bowl vs. Penn State
    Arkansas: Liberty Bowl vs. Kansas State
    Alabama: Playoff vs. Michigan State
    So far...

    I think...
    (23)Tennessee Truck Sticks (13)Northwestern
    (14)Michigan beats (19)Florida in a close game
    (12)Ole Miss pickem with (16) Oklahoma State...leaning towards OSU
    Georgia over Penn St by 10-14pts
    Arkansas loses to Kansas St...just a gut feeling
    Alabama over Mich St by 7-10 in a very competitive game. (That said, if Alabama turns the ball over they will lose)

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    Quote Originally Posted by mountain ref View Post
    Leave it to Louisville to stop the streak of SEC wins, even if it was against a team with no qb and having problems. But I guess a winnisbanwin even if against a team this bad
    You didn't say anything about them being bad until Louisville beat them.

    Cards 3-1 in bowls against current SEC members.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheDeuce View Post
    You didn't say anything about them being bad until Louisville beat them.

    Cards 3-1 in bowls against current SEC members.
    They were 68th in scoring before they lost their top two quarterbacks so I don't think many people were impressed going into the game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by futurecoach View Post
    I think they lose two games. I think Florida loses to Michigan and I think Texas A&M loses to Louisville.
    Hmmm, good call!

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    LSU: Advocare Texas Bowl vs. Texas Tech
    Auburn: Birmingham Bowl vs. Memphis
    Miss. St.: Belk Bowl vs. NC State
    Texas A&M: Music City Bowl vs. Louisville
    Tennessee: Outback Bowl vs. Northwestern
    Florida: Citrus Bowl vs. Michigan
    Ole Miss: Sugar Bowl vs. Oklahoma State
    Georgia: Gator Bowl vs. Penn State
    Arkansas: Liberty Bowl vs. Kansas State
    Alabama: Playoff vs. Michigan State

    Pretty Solid week for the SEC

    Most wins in a single post season ever, for any conference.

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