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Old 12-01-2012, 04:55 PM
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Originally Posted by -Antonio- View Post
As good as these defenses are the offense is really overrated. There's no doubt teams like Notre Dame, Oregon, Stanford, KSU can compete with these guys.
Same thing is said every year, and every year the sec team has a strong offensive performance against whoever/whatever inferior defense. Oregon, ksu and stanford cant hang, hell, id pick texas a&m to beat them.

ND tho, just might be successful. Theyve built their team after the sec model, a strong defense, effective running/ball control and a passing attack that can stretch the defense. Sooner or later, the sec will lose, it just hasnt happened yet.
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