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35 minutes ago, Tranquility Base said:

SEC Motto:  "It Just Means More".  Means a lot to the Mountain West as well.

 

39 minutes ago, theguru said:

Other than the obvious what do you mean?

“It just means more” was a slogan the SEC came up with a few years ago to showcase that the conference is about more than sports. That got lost on everyone - both pro and anti SEC people - and people make it out to be the SEC was using the slogan to brag about on field/court performance, when in reality it was doing the opposite of that.

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53 minutes ago, Tranquility Base said:

SEC Motto:  "It Just Means More".  Means a lot to the Mountain West as well.

It just didn't mean enough lol.

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27 minutes ago, MJAlltheWay24 said:

Bama maybe got bit with the whole "Only 3s and Dunks/Layups" method of offense tonight. Lots of missed 3s and lots of missed shots. Maybe a handful of mid range jumpers wouldve been beneficial.

Alabama definitely struggled on offense a lot.

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28 minutes ago, bugatti said:

 

“It just means more” was a slogan the SEC came up with a few years ago to showcase that the conference is about more than sports. That got lost on everyone - both pro and anti SEC people - and people make it out to be the SEC was using the slogan to brag about on field/court performance, when in reality it was doing the opposite of that.

I didn't know all of that.

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22 minutes ago, Randy Parker said:

I didn't know all of that.

Because how it’s used is how the SEC intended it, even if they claim it was because of the warm and fuzzies. 😂

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