LSU and the mutts will shred Ole Piss. T
It's not my fault you have difficulty with reading comp. Lemme break this down slower for you:
I don't think 'Bama & A&M are that good.
But will still beat Ole Miss
The SEC East is hot garbage though uga isn't.
Follow along here....similarly, LSU is good but the SEC West as a whole isn't.
Ole Piss isn't a bad team. They're just not as good as you think they are.
You can’t even keep your own stupidity in line. One post you say Bama will beat Ole Miss, 2 posts later you say they “likely don’t beat Ole Miss” after I called out your nonsense the first time. So which one is it?When 'Bama loses 3 games, will you still worship them?
Is USF a mighty powerhouse in your book?
'Bama won't finish 10-2 and likely don't beat Ole Piss. Or is a team on its 3rd QB in its first 4 games (not injury-related) just the model of a great team?
Make this simple and to the point for you.There is so much cope in this thread it's sick. The guy has won, in his conference, and as a power 5 team, triple the games of last year and will continue to win more.
Anyone who thinks the buffs are going undefeated or even winning the conference is an absolute idiot. That is not what defines how well Deion is coaching in year 1 of his tenure. The hire and the hype, and the capital generated by the hire is already a success even if they completely lose out from here, but they won't.
Some of you otherwise smart individuals keep drawing comparisons to the most random and perpendicular topics to try and justify why it would have not been a good hire at Tech. The hype machine would have been 100x what it is now if he showed up in Atlanta, generating even more revenue/benefit etc. Sidewalk fans or fair weather fans or whatever you want to call them.......ALL CREATE CASH.
We really screwed up not making the hire if there was even a snowballs chance in hell he would have considered it. Arguing his style or his confidence or whatever you believe his values are holds absolutely no water in this conversation and anyone who brings it up obviously can't be objective enough to see what is currently creating success in college football right now, which is money.
Now if you don't like the fact that money is running everything right now, get on the train, I'm the conductor. Hate it or not he would have solved that problem for us, at least in the immediate state of things. Deion would have done nothing but help the school, but instead he'll have to just help Colorado while the dissenters fumble around making up nonsensical arguments.
I've not crowned CO anything, as I've stated repeatedly. Just complimenting a 3-0 start while you continue to wallow in the myth that Ole Piss & Louisville are national powerhouses.You can’t even keep your own stupidity in line. One post you say Bama will beat Ole Miss, 2 posts later you say they “likely don’t beat Ole Miss” after I called out your nonsense the first time. So which one is it?
Based on your logic Bama, TAMU, Ole Miss aren’t very good, yet none of them will finish with 9+ wins because they play one another. And to make it even better based on your logic playing one another means they get a W and L.
So which one is it? Will Ole Miss beat Bama this weekend? And if Bama beats Ole Miss, outside of LSU who will possibly beat them? I mean, it can’t be TAMU (because according to you they suck), so that leaves a mediocre Tennessee team.
Oh yeah. And yet again you still won’t comment on the upcoming schedule and predicting wins for national powerhouse Colorado. Shocker.
1. There is no evidence to support that deion wouldn't have come to Tech, NONE! He always said that if he went anywhere his son would be coming with him and everyone assumed that meant QB1. Link to your "insiders". Are these the same insiders that continue to make poor decisions both personnel and otherwise? My guess is yes if they exist.Make this simple and to the point for you.
1. Deion had absolutely ZERO interest in GT. That was well documented by “insiders” on any of the sites, radio, etc you may pick from. He had interest in Auburn, and was waiting on rumored interest by Norvell to possibly leave FSU.
2. GT from all reports had ZERO interest in Deion. There was many reasons why, $$$ being one of them. Have you paid any attention to the last 2 HC searches? GT is missing a glaring asset. GT wasn’t willing to take the risk after the last debacle even if the $$$ was there.
3. GT the school would not have allowed even half the turnover Deion made at Colorado.
Positives of Deion (whether short term or not) have been highlighted 1,000x by everyone at this point.
1. National Media exposure.
2. Overall local buzz.
3. Sold out games.
4. Influx of $$$.
At this time last year I was all for the risk of hiring Deion. The way the Portal was handled wasn’t just negative talk online and on XM Radio, it also irritated a LOT of HS coaches Colorado recruits from in California, etc. GT is already in a tough spot recruiting Georgia against surrounding ACC, SEC teams. Not sure this would have turned out well 2 years from now when Deion left for another P5 or NFL job.
But you need to temper if GT would be any better with Deion as HC. Financially yes. On the field is all speculation. 2/3 teams GT has played to date look to be better than TCU. CSU is a very bad team. Nebraska remains a train wreck.
Our fans aren’t selecting the top 25. Ole miss has an O, Bama has a D, and LSU is good at both but not elite at either. Those 3 teams are about the same.Only because the SEC West is hot garbage outside of LSU. Ole Miss is like Louisville - getting elevated by our fans into world-beaters when they're actually a team we should've/could've beaten. Ole Miss in the latter category.