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  1. Naw, they won't do it exactly bc LSU and Bama would b*tch like crazy that theirs is unfair.
  2. Bc we've played them more than any other team than Georgia, and we need some balance. They are close geographically and we recruit in Mississippi more than Louisiana. Go ahead stack the odds - give us Bama, uga, and Florida. That way we can beat our chest about schedule difficulty again?
  3. That seemingly fixes the perceived strength of each pod, but losing that UT-aTm game yearly is a blow. It's still about the money.
  4. Florida: Georgia, LSU, Tennessee Georgia: Florida, Auburn, South Carolina Kentucky: South Carolina, Vanderbilt, Mississippi State South Carolina: Georgia, Missouri, Kentucky Alabama: Auburn, Tennessee, LSU Auburn: Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi State Tennessee: Vanderbilt, Alabama, Florida Vanderbilt: Kentucky, Tennessee, Ole Miss LSU: Florida, Alabama, Ole Miss Mississippi State: Ole Miss, Auburn, Kentucky Ole Miss: Vanderbilt, Mississippi State. LSU Texas A&M: Arkansas, Texas, Oklahoma Arkansas: Missouri, Texas A&M, Texas
  5. The reality is that we're going to keep Bama and UGA every year. The SEC is going to protect these rivalry games bc #1 they always have and #2 the games attract more viewership thus more money.
  6. With the addition of the Sooners and Longhorns, Auburn and Bama moving to the East sounds good, but the divisions are broken bc we'll play the other side so infrequently. The 4 team pods always seems to have one super easy pod. Bill Cameron of The Drive proposed a model similar to how the conference currently does basketball....no divisions - 3 permanent opponents and flip the remaining 12 opponents 6/6 every year with a 9 game conference schedule. That allows for more matchups with the remainder of the conference more frequently and preserves traditional rivalries that make CFB grea
  7. Yeah, this is the main problem I keep seeing with these 4 team "pods" is that at least one is extremely easy. LSU would own #3. Bill Cameron had a good suggestion that included 3 permanent opponents and 9 conference games. I'm going to start a new thread about it.
  8. Yeah, maybe I'll go through past threads and give some kinda priority to those that support their man crushes the best. I'll have to think on it.
  9. This is brilliant! It's a new day, fo sho.
  10. These refs, are they watching the same game??
  11. Under valued and here's why. He was playing in an offense that didn't fit him well in 2019. For the 2020 season, the coaches changed the system AND played a bunch of 5A and 6A schools AND improved his stats dramatically. QBs commit early and these coaches didn't dilly dally around for a 2022 QB they liked. It's a different day as far as QB evaluating and coaching now. ETA - all indications are we'll take 2 QBs in 2022 for depth. I'd love for it to be Bailey, but Bama was probably the leader before Sark left. Now?
  12. Seems to be a consensus that Bridges wasn't it. I just wonder if it's an out west guy. I've been waiting on one of those guys to "sneak" into this class.
  13. Agreed. Growing the brand is all about 👀
  14. That's an optimistic view point, but there's no doubt that while we're scrambling to fill out this class and continue to scour the transfer markets that our main competition is focused on 2022 and beyond. Again, that's not to say we can't pull in a good class, but we behind. Winning more hasn't helped AU maintain recruiting momentum in the past. It's more about relationships and Auburn selling Auburn until we change the game. What changes the game? Putting more and more kids in the draft. Compared to the draft classes of LSU, Georgia, and Bama it's sad. Just the reality of it.
  15. Want to be more competitive in recruiting? Put more kids in the draft. Whether that's by developing 3 stars or bringing in the blue chips. There's a few guys that have a sales pitch right now that beats us before the doors even crack open.
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