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Here is the problems with both Stoops' and Climers' logic........ they look only at the numbers and not the schedules or quality of opponents played. A better barometer of overall conference strength would be their bowl records each year. In that case, the SEC has been the strongest in almost every year. When the so-called middle and lower tier teams need to play 4 and 5 nationally ranked (often top 10) teams in the nation, it is not hard to imagine a 6-6 or 7-5 season. But all of this nonsensical comparisons is a moot argument. The SEC has produced the top teams in the nation for a decade or more....end of story. You idiots want to go talk about how the bottom 4 teams are comparable to other conferences, fine. So what? And oh BTW, I don't see teams lining up to get past perennial "bottom-feeders" like Mississippi and Miss State and South Carolina on their schedules. NC State was supposed to have an ACC title contending team last year....what happened when they "fed" on the lowly Tennessee/Vanderbilt squads. Exactly. As far as my Vols are concerned......just wait Stoops/Climer, over the next three years order is about to be restored! GO VOLS!!
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