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Poolee32
09-14-2013, 02:50 PM
What idiots.

Oregon beating a bottom feeder in the SEC East and chants this.

Oregon would get mauled by Alabama, A&M, and LSU.

When will these clowns learn?

tdnick
09-14-2013, 02:51 PM
Lol at them being so happy they beat us. It was expected that they whoop our ass. Fukin idiots

IsThisRealLife
09-14-2013, 02:51 PM
College age kids not thinking sensibly before saying things? What a surprise.

Zylantypic
09-14-2013, 02:56 PM
Oregon would beat LSU and A&M.

Poolee32
09-14-2013, 02:58 PM
Oregon would beat LSU and A&M.

Okay. Sure you said that about Auburn in 2010. and about LSU, AGAIN, in 2011. They need to learn their lesson.

wildchild11
09-14-2013, 03:01 PM
Okay. Sure you said that about Auburn in 2010. and about LSU, AGAIN, in 2011. They need to learn their lesson.

The national champion and the national runner up. Out of 118 teams in college football, those are the matchups Oregon lost to. A close loss in Auburn's case.

You're right. they suck.

UGK4lyfe
09-14-2013, 03:03 PM
They weren't chanting after they played LSU or Auburn. Tennessee hasn't been good in like 10 years.

Poolee32
09-14-2013, 03:05 PM
The national champion and the national runner up. Out of 118 teams in college football, those are the matchups Oregon lost to. A close loss in Auburn's case.

You're right. they suck.

Yeah because I said they suck.

I said it's idiotic for them to be chanting we want Bama. Because anyone with any football knowledge can see Bama would destroy them 9 our of 10 times. it's also idiotic to chant SEC as if you've brought down the entire SEC and ruined their reputation by beating one of the worst teams in the entire conference.

repos
09-14-2013, 03:07 PM
Lol at them being so happy they beat us. It was expected that they whoop our ass. Fukin idiotslol @ acknowledge your teams has no hope and is shiity, regardless how they recruit

tdnick
09-14-2013, 03:09 PM
lol @ acknowledge your teams has no hope and is shiity, regardless how they recruit

It's the truth

IsThisRealLife
09-14-2013, 03:09 PM
lol @ acknowledge your teams has no hope and is shiity, regardless how they recruit

Such is life as a Vols fan

Hardcore_D00d
09-14-2013, 03:09 PM
well tbh they have a shot at bama. this is one of bamas weaker years in recent memory. still good but not as dominant

adamsz
09-14-2013, 03:16 PM
In4 Oregon-Bama national championship :D

wildchild11
09-14-2013, 03:17 PM
Yeah because I said they suck.

I said it's idiotic for them to be chanting we want Bama. Because anyone with any football knowledge can see Bama would destroy them 9 our of 10 times. it's also idiotic to chant SEC as if you've brought down the entire SEC and ruined their reputation by beating one of the worst teams in the entire conference.

Can you name 5 teams that have played better than Oregon atm?

2 D
09-14-2013, 03:19 PM
Oregon could match up well against A&M. Mark Snyder the defensive coordinator for A&M likes zone and doesn't always blitz like he should. A team like Oregon would shred the front seven if he was not more aggressive up front than usual. I think LSU would beat Oregon, they've got bigger and better offensive and defensive lines and they would control the game IMO through play on the line. Probably a lower scoring game like 21-17, at least lower scoring for Oregon.

dekd
09-14-2013, 03:20 PM
Oregon could beat any team in the SEC aside from Bama. SEC teams have been giving up a lot more points this season, definitely vulnerable

SteveMiller4
09-14-2013, 03:21 PM
Oregon would beat LSU and A&M.

This

Heaney
09-14-2013, 03:21 PM
well tbh they have a shot at bama. this is one of bamas weaker years in recent memory. still good but not as dominant

They're beating the #6 team in the country by 3 TDs

chivasregal
09-14-2013, 03:22 PM
Oregon and Alabama would be a damn good game. It's what everybody wants to see.

I got oregon winning too.

Hardcore_D00d
09-14-2013, 03:24 PM
They're beating the #6 team in the country by 3 TDs
its the beginning of the season dude and rank teams get owned all the time. its not like this is an unusual circumstance. ur delusional if u think this bama team is close to the previous years

GingerBrah84
09-14-2013, 03:31 PM
I wish Duck fans weren't so god dam annoying. I refuse to root for them because I can't stand the majority of the fans. "I LOVE MY DUCKS" brb bandwagoning at its finest

JFizzle23
09-14-2013, 03:34 PM
I wish Duck fans weren't so god dam annoying. I refuse to root for them because I can't stand the majority of the fans. "I LOVE MY DUCKS" brb bandwagoning at its finest
Not an Oregon fan, but I could easily root for them just because their jerseys blow every other team out of the water. Fuarking love dem Duck unis.

MenTaLPiRacY
09-14-2013, 03:37 PM
Two words, Duck Blades..

Heaney
09-14-2013, 03:42 PM
its the beginning of the season dude and rank teams get owned all the time. its not like this is an unusual circumstance. ur delusional if u think this bama team is close to the previous years

You mean the team that lost to A&M last year? But is beating them by 3 scores this year despite A&M bringing back largely the same lineup

But like you said, its early, its their second game so how can you say they're less dominant?

ManOfSteel2013
09-14-2013, 03:54 PM
Can you name 5 teams that have played better than Oregon atm?

Clemson
Michigan
Alabama
Georgia
and you can make a case for LSU

Oregon hasn't really played anyone yet for the team's fans to be chanting anything. Beat Stanford and we have a case.

eljobber
09-14-2013, 03:55 PM
Oregon would beat Bama and it would not even be close.

Hardcore_D00d
09-14-2013, 03:59 PM
You mean the team that lost to A&M last year? But is beating them by 3 scores this year despite A&M bringing back largely the same lineup

But like you said, its early, its their second game so how can you say they're less dominant?

any given saturday dude. u gonna look at me in the eye with a serious face and say this bama team is better? c mon dude dont give me that crap. u know it, i know it. ur just arguing for the sake of arguing now dont bs me. also a&m lost their best lineman.

also, game is close as fuk now. so wut

adamsz
09-14-2013, 04:03 PM
Clemson
Michigan
Alabama
Georgia
and you can make a case for LSU

Oregon hasn't really played anyone yet for the team's fans to be chanting anything. Beat Stanford and we have a case.

You've got to be joking right...

tsbalr120
09-14-2013, 04:08 PM
Oregon wont make it anyway.

It'll be bama and prolly one of the top ACC schools. If not them then OSU. Alot of people has to lose for them to get in with their chicken **** schedule.


They would lose to bama and prolly lsu. They proved it in the past and will do it again. Their gimmic offense don't work with big boy football players.

Calhexas
09-14-2013, 04:11 PM
Don't let Stanford butt fck you again and we'll happily see you in Pasadena

dekd
09-14-2013, 04:12 PM
Oregon wont make it anyway.

It'll be bama and prolly one of the top ACC schools. If not them then OSU. Alot of people has to lose for them to get in with their chicken **** schedule.


They would lose to bama and prolly lsu. They proved it in the past and will do it again. Their gimmic offense don't work with big boy football players.

If anything this is the year for Oregon to do it, SEC defenses been giving up a fuk ton of points this season

eljobber
09-14-2013, 04:15 PM
Don't let Stanford butt fck you again and we'll happily see you in Pasadena

Are you on the Alabama Football team? If so, "we'll" is the proper term. If not, then you should say "as a fan I would be happy" or "They will be happy to see you in Pasadena.

tsbalr120
09-14-2013, 04:17 PM
Can you name 5 teams that have played better than Oregon atm?

Bama
Lsu
Clemson

Clearly above IMO

Louisville
OSU
FSU
Stanford

Can make an argue for

tdnick
09-14-2013, 04:20 PM
Are you on the Alabama Football team? If so, "we'll" is the proper term. If not, then you should say "as a fan I would be happy" or "They will be happy to see you in Pasadena.

This argument is so old. It's not cheeky, it's not funny. It just makes you sound butthurt

repos
09-14-2013, 04:20 PM
only team i see beating bama is a team that can stop the run and is good at D.... aka LSU or Stanford. Remember last year Stanford held Oregon to 7 or 14 points can't remember.

Dangled
09-14-2013, 04:25 PM
If bama plays like that in BCS title game vs clemson. We are gonna steam roll them LOL

Clemson can stop the run 100x better than TAMU

macksimus
09-14-2013, 04:30 PM
lol @ butthurt SEC fans... the only fans who root for their conference as much as their team. brb, rooting for rival to validate my school. get ripped, phaggots.


also, lol how the SEC loves to claim its greatness but is so quick to disown those in the conference who arent worthy. cant have it both ways.

SpiritFighter
09-14-2013, 04:33 PM
Inb4 the huskies beat Oregon....

Poolee32
09-14-2013, 04:37 PM
I just disregard Oregon fans because

a. Most of them are bandwagon

b. They've had their shot to take down an SEC power twice in the past 4 years and have failed tremendously. They can say the same thing this year, and that's all fine and dandy but until they can prove it, which they've had the chance TWICE, their words may as well be a toddler's babbling.

BadaBingBdaBoom
09-14-2013, 04:50 PM
Are you on the Alabama Football team? If so, "we'll" is the proper term. If not, then you should say "as a fan I would be happy" or "They will be happy to see you in Pasadena.

Hypothetically, even though he probably isn't what if he was a student or alum?

NinjaKix
09-14-2013, 04:57 PM
I want Oregon...

We'd run the ball down their throats and make them choke on Gurley for 60 minutes. It's been proven time an time again, their finesse style does not match up w/ power running teams.

djwolford
09-14-2013, 05:01 PM
I want to see Oregon vs. Bama in the big game.

I also want to see a 3 peat.

Dangled
09-14-2013, 05:03 PM
I want to see Oregon vs. Bama in the big game.

I also want to see a 3 peat.

Clemson gets in over Oregon if both undefeated.

2 sec top 15 wins vs their 0

NinjaKix
09-14-2013, 05:04 PM
My buddy just told me this:

"Why would a fanbase ever make a request for their team to get their ass whipped."

DA_MOSS
09-14-2013, 05:04 PM
lol @ butthurt SEC fans... the only fans who root for their conference as much as their team. brb, rooting for rival to validate my school. get ripped, phaggots.


also, lol how the SEC loves to claim its greatness but is so quick to disown those in the conference who arent worthy. cant have it both ways.

aren't you a Notre Dame fan?

Dorle
09-14-2013, 05:07 PM
I would welcome that, I have been wanting Bama to play Oregon since 2010.

mk8
09-14-2013, 05:09 PM
Inb4 the huskies beat Oregon....

https://twitter.com/LstTimeUWBeatUO

tsbalr120
09-14-2013, 05:11 PM
Rather see

Bama v clemson

Oregon v OSU


Juicy

ElJefe904
09-14-2013, 05:13 PM
Clemson gets in over Oregon if both undefeated.

2 sec top 15 wins vs their 0

Since when did Clemson join the SEC?

HumptyBrah
09-14-2013, 05:15 PM
Since when did Clemson join the SEC?
Please tell me you're trolling

Dangled
09-14-2013, 05:18 PM
Since when did Clemson join the SEC?



Oh lawd. U dun goofed

Calhexas
09-14-2013, 05:19 PM
Are you on the Alabama Football team? If so, "we'll" is the proper term. If not, then you should say "as a fan I would be happy" or "They will be happy to see you in Pasadena.

There's always one phaggot in the bunch that gets rustled over the use of "we"

ElJefe904
09-14-2013, 05:19 PM
Please tell me you're trolling

I read it wrong and forgot about South Carolina

and you really think UGA and The Gamecocks will both be in the top 15?

Dangled
09-14-2013, 05:23 PM
I read it wrong and forgot about South Carolina

and you really think UGA and The Gamecocks will both be in the top 15?


Absolutely. But, UGA was number 5 when we won. Doesn't matter our SOS beats oregons

FlashWad3
09-14-2013, 05:24 PM
What idiots.

Oregon beating a bottom feeder in the SEC East and chants this.

Oregon would get mauled by Alabama, A&M, and LSU.

When will these clowns learn?

OP exposed as a dumbass. Lol at you thinking Oregon would lose to A & M

Poolee32
09-14-2013, 05:27 PM
OP exposed as a dumbass. Lol at you thinking Oregon would lose to A & M

Yes I do Wad.

PatrickBateman1
09-14-2013, 05:29 PM
OP exposed as a dumbass. Lol at you thinking Oregon would lose to A & M

Actually I would probably take A&M over Oregon. Would certainly be a good game.

FlashWad3
09-14-2013, 05:30 PM
Yes I do Wad.

If Alabama can put 49 on A&M , Oregon would put up 70.

Oregon will be playing in the NC this year

PatrickBateman1
09-14-2013, 05:31 PM
lol @ butthurt SEC fans... the only fans who root for their conference as much as their team. brb, rooting for rival to validate my school. get ripped, phaggots.


also, lol how the SEC loves to claim its greatness but is so quick to disown those in the conference who arent worthy. cant have it both ways.


They kind of have 7 BCS Championships in a row... so yeah.

And since when does anyone not want teams in their conference to win OOC games? It makes your schedule look much better when they do. Common-phucking-sense. Wow.

Calhexas
09-14-2013, 05:32 PM
If Alabama can put 49 on A&M , Oregon would put up 70.

Oregon will be playing in the NC this year

That's fine. I'd prefer an easy win anyways

PrimeraRS
09-14-2013, 05:32 PM
Clemson wont go undefeated since they'd lose to Bama in the SEC Championship game.

Mafiafolife77
09-14-2013, 05:33 PM
The national champion and the national runner up. Out of 118 teams in college football, those are the matchups Oregon lost to. A close loss in Auburn's case.

You're right. they suck.

You're forgetting someone phaggot

SpiritFighter
09-14-2013, 05:33 PM
https://twitter.com/LstTimeUWBeatUO

Soon....

FlashWad3
09-14-2013, 05:34 PM
That's fine. I'd prefer an easy win anyways

Don't act like Oregon and Bama wouldn't be an exciting matchup.

Suit
09-14-2013, 05:37 PM
lol @ all the SEC dick riders in this thread. holy fukc.


Oregon will win.

Dangled
09-14-2013, 05:39 PM
Clemson wont go undefeated since they'd lose to Bama in the SEC Championship game.



Wait. What????

Calhexas
09-14-2013, 05:40 PM
Don't act like Oregon and Bama wouldn't be an exciting matchup.

What will be exciting about a physical Bama team mauling some finesse phaggots like Oregon lol

PatrickBateman1
09-14-2013, 05:40 PM
lol @ all the SEC dick riders in this thread. holy fukc.


Oregon will win.

7 Championships in a row.

Respond to that.

(and I'm a B1G dickrider btw)

mk8
09-14-2013, 05:43 PM
lol @ all the SEC dick riders in this thread. holy fukc.


Oregon will win.this

FlashWad3
09-14-2013, 05:43 PM
What will be exciting about a physical Bama team mauling some finesse phaggots like Oregon lol

O lawd, how upset will you be when Bama doesnt 3 peat doe?


Brb running a team down because they play with finesse like its a bad thing, ive heard it all now

Dangled
09-14-2013, 05:49 PM
I hope LSU walks into Tuscaloosa and rapes.



LSU / clemson rematch in title game

tsbalr120
09-14-2013, 05:49 PM
O lawd, how upset will you be when Bama doesnt 3 peat doe?


Brb running a team down because they play with finesse like its a bad thing, ive heard it all now

How many championships has their style of play won them?

tsbalr120
09-14-2013, 05:51 PM
I hope LSU walks into Tuscaloosa and rapes.



LSU / clemson rematch in title game

With cameron running their offense i wouldn't be all that surprised.

BrawnySwoleman
09-14-2013, 06:03 PM
What will be exciting about a physical Bama team mauling some finesse phaggots like Oregon lolI hope Oregon plays Alabama in the NC game and wins just so I don't have to hear you talking about their dominance in every CFB thread, lol.

Calhexas
09-14-2013, 06:13 PM
O lawd, how upset will you be when Bama doesnt 3 peat doe?


Brb running a team down because they play with finesse like its a bad thing, ive heard it all now

We'll never know

macksimus
09-24-2013, 07:12 AM
They kind of have 7 BCS Championships in a row... so yeah.

And since when does anyone not want teams in their conference to win OOC games? It makes your schedule look much better when they do. Common-phucking-sense. Wow.

i'm not debating the power of the SEC. but the SEC is not a team, it is a conference.

You don't see the SEC elite teams (Bama, LSU) chant "SEC" nearly as much as you do the mediocre teams fans. It's because schitty teams use the SEC as their SECurity blanket -- an easy excuse as to why their record isn't good -- but rest assured, if Tenn/UK/MissSt/Vandy/etc played in <insert any other conference here>, they'd easily be the champs according to the SEC apologists.


you want your team to look good? win your games. it's that easy. chances of an undefeated team making the NCG: huge%. and now with the move to a playoff system... chances of an undefeated team making the playoff: huger%.

BullStampede
09-24-2013, 07:35 AM
Yeah because I said they suck.

I said it's idiotic for them to be chanting we want Bama. Because anyone with any football knowledge can see Bama would destroy them 9 our of 10 times. it's also idiotic to chant SEC as if you've brought down the entire SEC and ruined their reputation by beating one of the worst teams in the entire conference.

So you're saying there's a chance?

niknguyen
09-24-2013, 07:42 AM
i'm not debating the power of the SEC. but the SEC is not a team, it is a conference.

You don't see the SEC elite teams (Bama, LSU) chant "SEC" nearly as much as you do the mediocre teams fans.

i beg to differ. i used to live in baton rouge, and come BCS time, these phaggots are all yelling "go bama"

Postmort3m
09-24-2013, 07:47 AM
Clemson wont go undefeated since they'd lose to Bama in the SEC Championship game.

I can guarantee Clemson will not lose to ANYBODY in the SEC championship game.

niknguyen
09-24-2013, 07:54 AM
Clemson wont go undefeated since they'd lose to Bama in the SEC Championship game.

notsheriffsrs....

FeFocus
09-24-2013, 08:28 AM
I can guarantee Clemson will not lose to ANYBODY in the SEC championship game.

I'm loving the support. Will be leaving my lungs on the field come Oct. 19th.

Dangled
09-24-2013, 08:37 AM
I'm loving the support. Will be leaving my lungs on the field come Oct. 19th.


you going to SCar NOV.30?

jayt8
09-24-2013, 08:41 AM
oregon and a&m would be a good game.... leave the punters at home because neither defense will be able to get off the field

tsbalr120
09-24-2013, 08:42 AM
I'm loving the support. Will be leaving my lungs on the field come Oct. 19th.

Lol

AgRyan
09-24-2013, 09:04 AM
This is why I passionately hate Oregon fans.

waytoodeep03
09-24-2013, 09:11 AM
If Clemson beats 3 top 10 teams (UGA, FSU, SC) then they would be #1 in the country and leap bama. Bama would be #2 and oregon would be #3 in the rose against ohio state #4. A mini playoff. These would be games to watch

Dangled
09-24-2013, 09:33 AM
If Clemson beats 3 top 10 teams (UGA, FSU, SC) then they would be #1 in the country and leap bama. Bama would be #2 and oregon would be #3 in the rose against ohio state #4. A mini playoff. These would be games to watch

you forgot to mention ACCCG most likely vs Miami who will be top 25. Sucks for OSU, schedule cupcakes, get the short end of the stick. sorry, not sorry.

dmoneythegoat
09-24-2013, 09:35 AM
i beg to differ. i used to live in baton rouge, and come BCS time, these phaggots are all yelling "go bama"


uhhhhh idk what part of BR you were in but the only time I've ever "cheered" or heard someone else from around here "cheered" for Bama was last year bc I absolutely hate Notre Dame. I can't stand Bama but I can at least respect them. I wouldn't even call it rooting for Bama; was completely indifferent to NC game last year. watched it between blackjack hands

Malfa
09-24-2013, 09:41 AM
uhhhhh idk what part of BR you were in but the only time I've ever "cheered" or heard someone else from around here "cheered" for Bama was last year bc I absolutely hate Notre Dame. I can't stand Bama but I can at least respect them. I wouldn't even call it rooting for Bama; was completely indifferent to NC game last year. watched it between blackjack handsoregon brah in baton rouge checking in
saw a guy wearing oregon ducks gear at the store yesterday. we shared a bro hug

had an lsu fan talk **** to me later for wearing oregon shorts. I lol'd

Calhexas
09-24-2013, 10:44 AM
If Clemson beats 3 top 10 teams (UGA, FSU, SC) then they would be #1 in the country and leap bama. Bama would be #2 and oregon would be #3 in the rose against ohio state #4. A mini playoff. These would be games to watch

If both teams win out, Bama will be ranked #1. They will have beaten top 25 Ole miss, A&M, and LSU. UGA too if you include the SECCG.

FSU will fall out of the top 10 if they lose to Clemson or Miami (but that isn't happening so this is all pointless anyways). Factor in that they already have the #1 ranking and there's no way clemson jumps in this scenario.

Dangled
09-24-2013, 11:33 AM
If both teams win out, Bama will be ranked #1. They will have beaten top 25 Ole miss, A&M, and LSU. UGA too if you include the SECCG.

FSU will fall out of the top 10 if they lose to Clemson or Miami (but that isn't happening so this is all pointless anyways). Factor in that they already have the #1 ranking and there's no way clemson jumps in this scenario.

but you can admit Clemson would jump Oregon right brah

neighborr
09-24-2013, 11:39 AM
LSU (and bama) would butt fck Oregon just like they did in 2011. Scoring 60 points on teams like Eastern Washington Tech is not going to impress anyone. Oregon plays one notable game, Stanford, which they usually lose. Lol @ anti-sec tards trying to justify the past 7 years

Calhexas
09-24-2013, 12:52 PM
but you can admit Clemson would jump Oregon right brah

Sure. Wtf do I care?

Dangled
09-24-2013, 01:09 PM
Sure. Wtf do I care? why are you such a dik? Srs. No wonder no one likes you on this forum. Really hope ALA loses a game this year so we can all laugh at you.

Calhexas
09-24-2013, 01:54 PM
why are you such a dik? Srs. No wonder no one likes you on this forum. Really hope ALA loses a game this year so we can all laugh at you.

I don't have to be. I just like to be. Cry some more phaggot

Dangled
09-24-2013, 02:10 PM
I don't have to be. I just like to be. Cry some more phaggot

You must have No friends and attend football games with your parents


http://fc05.deviantart.net/fs71/f/2012/269/9/6/you_are_so_mad_right_now_by_toecutter68-d5fysem.png

FeFocus
09-24-2013, 02:19 PM
Calhexas is an admitted troll. A damn good troll. Stop letting him win Dangled.

Calhexas
09-24-2013, 02:43 PM
Calhexas is an admitted troll. A damn good troll. Stop letting him win Dangled.

Stop helping him damnit

iMakeItRain100s
09-24-2013, 03:53 PM
Duck fans are annoying as fuk. Brb going to Eugene and hearing "Scoducks" in every sentence. The fuk does that even mean?

AgRyan
09-24-2013, 04:17 PM
Duck fans are annoying as fuk. Brb going to Eugene and hearing "Scoducks" in every sentence. The fuk does that even mean?

Oregon doesn't have the worst fans in the country, but is sure as fuk has the most annoying fans in the country.

macksimus
09-25-2013, 09:46 AM
LSU (and bama) would butt fck Oregon just like they did in 2011. Scoring 60 points on teams like Eastern Washington Tech is not going to impress anyone. Oregon plays one notable game, Stanford, which they usually lose. Lol @ anti-sec tards trying to justify the past 7 years


LSU buttfkd Oregon? Oregon outgained LSU by 25% and lost the TO battle 4-1. 14 easy points came off back-to-back fumbles.
Auburn buttfkd Oregon? Yeah, that last second-game winning FG demonstrates the utter dominance.

Oregon usually loses to Stanford? Oregon has lost to Stanford 3 times in the past 12 years.

Nevermind that Oregon just handed an SEC team their worst loss since 1902.



anything else you want to add?

wildchild11
09-25-2013, 09:52 AM
Oregon doesn't have the worst fans in the country, but is sure as fuk has the most annoying fans in the country.

Every fanbase thinks Rival A and Rival B is the most annoying fanbase in the country.


LSU buttfkd Oregon? Oregon outgained LSU by 25% and lost the TO battle 4-1. 14 easy points came off back-to-back fumbles.
Auburn buttfkd Oregon? Yeah, that last second-game winning FG demonstrates the utter dominance.

Oregon usually loses to Stanford? Oregon has lost to Stanford 3 times in the past 12 years.

Nevermind that Oregon just handed an SEC team their worst loss since 1902.



anything else you want to add?

Schooled.

sdballer5588
09-25-2013, 10:10 AM
Yeah because I said they suck.

I said it's idiotic for them to be chanting we want Bama. Because anyone with any football knowledge can see Bama would destroy them 9 our of 10 times. it's also idiotic to chant SEC as if you've brought down the entire SEC and ruined their reputation by beating one of the worst teams in the entire conference.

Idiotic to be #2 and want to play #1?


What planet do you live on you idiot.

tsbalr120
09-25-2013, 10:16 AM
LSU buttfkd Oregon? Oregon outgained LSU by 25% and lost the TO battle 4-1. 14 easy points came off back-to-back fumbles.
Auburn buttfkd Oregon? Yeah, that last second-game winning FG demonstrates the utter dominance.

Oregon usually loses to Stanford? Oregon has lost to Stanford 3 times in the past 12 years.

Nevermind that Oregon just handed an SEC team their worst loss since 1902.



anything else you want to add?

They were given two chances to beat a top SEC team and lost both, give another team like Clemson, OSU, FSU, ect a chance.

Calhexas
09-25-2013, 10:30 AM
LSU buttfkd Oregon? Oregon outgained LSU by 25% and lost the TO battle 4-1. 14 easy points came off back-to-back fumbles.

Turnovers are part of the game. Back to back turnovers for points? Yeah that's called the defense getting all up in the offense's azz


Auburn buttfkd Oregon? Yeah, that last second-game winning FG demonstrates the utter dominance.

The fact is that a mediocre defense (by SEC standards that year) held the "almighty, high-powered, explosive-as-fuk" Oregon offense to 19 points. Nine-fukking-teen!!


Oregon usually loses to Stanford? Oregon has lost to Stanford 3 times in the past 12 years.

I think everyone can agree that Standfords program has come a long way over the last decade. Once again, Oregon met a brick wall last year when they finally encountered a defense that likes to hit.


Nevermind that Oregon just handed an SEC team their worst loss since 1902.

Never mind that is one of the worst SEC teams since 1902




anything else you want to add?

Believe it or not, running up the score on the 2nd to last SEC team and a couple other scrubs is not impressive.

We'll know more after they play Stanford.

CurryTech777
09-25-2013, 10:52 AM
Sec fan checking in

Drayton13xpb
09-25-2013, 11:14 AM
Let's be real here, they gonna lose to Stanford

Suit
09-25-2013, 11:25 AM
Let's be real here, they gonna lose to Stanford

The record between Oregon and Stanford is like 9-3 in Oregons favor.

Poolee32
09-25-2013, 11:28 AM
LSU buttfkd Oregon? Oregon outgained LSU by 25% and lost the TO battle 4-1. 14 easy points came off back-to-back fumbles.
Auburn buttfkd Oregon? Yeah, that last second-game winning FG demonstrates the utter dominance.

Oregon usually loses to Stanford? Oregon has lost to Stanford 3 times in the past 12 years.

Nevermind that Oregon just handed an SEC team their worst loss since 1902.



anything else you want to add?

Those turnovers weren't careless mistakes. They were FORCED turnovers. Big difference between a QB fumbling a snap, and Tyrann Mathieu forcing 2 fumbles on his own. Turnovers are a part of the game. LSU didn't have to move the ball that much because their special teams and defense did most of the work.

The fact is the last 2 times Oregon has went against an SEC opponent when it counted, they couldn't stand up to the test. Keep defending them, until they prove otherwise it;s the same **** different year.

repos
09-25-2013, 12:34 PM
The record between Oregon and Stanford is like 9-3 in Oregons favor.lol @ historical records. wtf happened to your offense last year against the Cardinals and how do you intend to fix it without offensive guru Kelley? i hope stanford goes to the ship they deserve it

macksimus
09-25-2013, 12:54 PM
They were given two chances to beat a top SEC team and lost both, give another team like Clemson, OSU, FSU, ect a chance.

Not a top SEC team. THE TOP SEC team -- each year. Both LSU and AU won the SEC the year they beat Oregon. So, let's all try to rationalize like a semi-intelligent person here and understand that losing to the #1 or #2 best team in America a few years ago has no bearing on Oregon's ability to match up this year.


Turnovers are part of the game. Back to back turnovers for points? Yeah that's called the defense getting all up in the offense's azz

I'm not excusing the TOs. but you DO realize that the 2 back-to-back, back-breaking TOs came from true-freshman D. Thomas playing his first ever collegiate game right? yeah, TOs are part of the game, but does an experienced player make those mistakes? unlikely.


The fact is that a mediocre defense (by SEC standards that year) held the "almighty, high-powered, explosive-as-fuk" Oregon offense to 19 points. Nine-fukking-teen!!

the fact is that a mediocre defense (Oregon) also held the "almighty Cam Newtons" offense to 22 points -- lower than 10 of their other opponents, including the "almighty" SEC teams: SCar x2 (35 and 56), Bama (28), Georgia (49), Ole Miss (51), and LSU (24).

it goes both ways. Oh, are we only allowed to talk about 1/3 of Oregon's team? sorry, i forgot.



I think everyone can agree that Standfords program has come a long way over the last decade. Once again, Oregon met a brick wall last year when they finally encountered a defense that likes to hit.

so what about the other years Stanford was elite but still gave up boatloads of points to Oregon?
2011: #4 Stanford gives up 53 points
2010: #7 Stanford gives up 52 points

Basing an entire team off one game is ignorant and short-sighted. you have to look at trends.

Whenever a top team loses to an underdog, there is always an excuse, but misc refuses to give one to Oregon for a poor game. okay.



Never mind that is one of the worst SEC teams since 1902

People keep talking about "Oregon vs. the SEC". Tennessee is "the SEC". You can't make that argument and only use the elite teams. it's the ultimate bich move.



Believe it or not, running up the score on the 2nd to last SEC team and a couple other scrubs is not impressive.

38 points at the half is not impressive to you? not at all? Oregon's 2nd string played 80% of 3Q, and their 4th string played 90% of 4Q. They weren't running up the score at all - they were trying to hit the brakes.



Those turnovers weren't careless mistakes. They were FORCED turnovers.

See above. True freshman in first game. He's a bit better now.


The fact is the last 2 times Oregon has went against an SEC opponent when it counted, they couldn't stand up to the test. Keep defending them, until they prove otherwise it;s the same **** different year.

Ignorant. The last time Oregon went up against an SEC opponent, they scored 59 points on 700 yards of offense. Oh wait, I forgot, only the BCS title teams count. got ya. but, if the SEC fans want to continue only using biased arguments that benefit themselves, go ahead.

wildchild11
09-25-2013, 12:59 PM
Not a top SEC team. THE TOP SEC team -- each year. Both LSU and AU won the SEC the year they beat Oregon. So, let's all try to rationalize like a semi-intelligent person here and understand that losing to the #1 or #2 best team in America a few years ago has no bearing on Oregon's ability to match up this year.



I'm not excusing the TOs. but you DO realize that the 2 back-to-back, back-breaking TOs came from true-freshman D. Thomas playing his first ever collegiate game right? yeah, TOs are part of the game, but does an experienced player make those mistakes? unlikely.



the fact is that a mediocre defense (Oregon) also held the "almighty Cam Newtons" offense to 22 points -- lower than 10 of their other opponents, including the "almighty" SEC teams: SCar x2 (35 and 56), Bama (28), Georgia (49), Ole Miss (51), and LSU (24).

it goes both ways. Oh, are we only allowed to talk about 1/3 of Oregon's team? sorry, i forgot.




so what about the other years Stanford was elite but still gave up boatloads of points to Oregon?
2011: #4 Stanford gives up 53 points
2010: #7 Stanford gives up 52 points

Basing an entire team off one game is ignorant and short-sighted. you have to look at trends.

Whenever a top team loses to an underdog, there is always an excuse, but misc refuses to give one to Oregon for a poor game. okay.




People keep talking about "Oregon vs. the SEC". Tennessee is "the SEC". You can't make that argument and only use the elite teams. it's the ultimate bich move.




38 points at the half is not impressive to you? not at all? Oregon's 2nd string played 80% of 3Q, and their 4th string played 90% of 4Q. They weren't running up the score at all - they were trying to hit the brakes.




See above. True freshman in first game. He's a bit better now.



Ignorant. The last time Oregon went up against an SEC opponent, they scored 59 points on 700 yards of offense. Oh wait, I forgot, only the BCS title teams count. got ya. but, if the SEC fans want to continue only using biased arguments that benefit themselves, go ahead.


Becoming my favorite CFB poster. You have an amazing ability to explain why people's arguments are stupid.

didn't even think of the bolded part. It does go both ways,.

BrawnySwoleman
09-25-2013, 01:26 PM
Not a top SEC team. THE TOP SEC team -- each year. Both LSU and AU won the SEC the year they beat Oregon. So, let's all try to rationalize like a semi-intelligent person here and understand that losing to the #1 or #2 best team in America a few years ago has no bearing on Oregon's ability to match up this year.


the fact is that a mediocre defense (Oregon) also held the "almighty Cam Newtons" offense to 22 points -- lower than 10 of their other opponents, including the "almighty" SEC teams: SCar x2 (35 and 56), Bama (28), Georgia (49), Ole Miss (51), and LSU (24).
No one ever mentions this part. Repped.

Calhexas
09-25-2013, 02:03 PM
Not a top SEC team. THE TOP SEC team -- each year. Both LSU and AU won the SEC the year they beat Oregon. So, let's all try to rationalize like a semi-intelligent person here and understand that losing to the #1 or #2 best team in America a few years ago has no bearing on Oregon's ability to match up this year.

Like you say, it's all about trends. The trend is, when Oregon is matched with a team that is competent on offense and physical on defense...they lose. Sometimes badly.


I'm not excusing the TOs. but you DO realize that the 2 back-to-back, back-breaking TOs came from true-freshman D. Thomas playing his first ever collegiate game right? yeah, TOs are part of the game, but does an experienced player make those mistakes? unlikely.

"I'm not excusing the TO's...but here are some excuses."

If that player is inexperienced, put in someone that isn't. If he happens to be the best player you have at that position, then STFU, and accept that he got schooled.


the fact is that a mediocre defense (Oregon) also held the "almighty Cam Newtons" offense to 22 points -- lower than 10 of their other opponents, including the "almighty" SEC teams: SCar x2 (35 and 56), Bama (28), Georgia (49), Ole Miss (51), and LSU (24).

it goes both ways. Oh, are we only allowed to talk about 1/3 of Oregon's team? sorry, i forgot.

This completely misses the point. Oh you held Auburn to 22 points? That's fantastic! You must've won that game because obviously Oregon scored more than 22 points with their amazing, high-flying offense right? Oh you lost? Oh...well then why did you even bother bringing such an irrelevant point up?

Oregon fans always want to cite their offense as the reason they will win games. The fact is Auburn was 8th in the SEC in scoring defense that year (that's puts them outside of the top half of the conference fyi). Against other SEC opponents they had a 26.8pt avg. That's the SEC, which according to everyone else is "all defense and poverty offenses." Yet Oregon, the offensive gods that they are, pulled out a whopping 19 points. ffs Miss St held them to 17pts and you don't see any of their fans jerkin themselves off about it

You can cite what other teams did all day, but the fact is, Auburn scored as many points necessary to WIN in each of their games (whether it was 56 or 17). Can't really say the same for Oregon, a team where scoring points is supposed to be easy as shyt.


so what about the other years Stanford was elite but still gave up boatloads of points to Oregon?
2011: #4 Stanford gives up 53 points
2010: #7 Stanford gives up 52 points

Basing an entire team off one game is ignorant and short-sighted. you have to look at trends.

Whenever a top team loses to an underdog, there is always an excuse, but misc refuses to give one to Oregon for a poor game. okay.

Claims you can't just look at one game, then goes on to base Oregon's ability to beat LSU/Bama/A&M/etc...off of one game. Fantastic. :rolleyes:


People keep talking about "Oregon vs. the SEC". Tennessee is "the SEC". You can't make that argument and only use the elite teams. it's the ultimate bich move.

You seem fairly intelligent. I'm sure when people discuss "Oregon vs SEC" you realize they don't mean Oregon vs the bottom of the barrel teams. I don't go throwing the shyt teams in with the Bama/LSU/A&M/etc...so don't look at me. If Bama blew out Cal, I certainly wouldn't be trying to say "oh man did you see how badly we whipped their ass...we just owned the Pac-12."

lol jesus


38 points at the half is not impressive to you? not at all? Oregon's 2nd string played 80% of 3Q, and their 4th string played 90% of 4Q. They weren't running up the score at all - they were trying to hit the brakes.

Against Tennessee? No, it's not impressive. Oregon is designed to be able to run up the score on vastly inferior teams like that. Teams that lack any real speed or talent in the skill positions. Style points on UT won't catch my attention.

Honestly, after witnessing Bama go up 28-0 at the half in the national championship, you expect me to be wowed by Oregon having 10 more points over a much ****tier team in Eugene? Sorry lol


See above. True freshman in first game. He's a bit better now.

Not a valid reason...and frankly just a "bich move"


Ignorant. The last time Oregon went up against an SEC opponent, they scored 59 points on 700 yards of offense. Oh wait, I forgot, only the BCS title teams count. got ya. but, if the SEC fans want to continue only using biased arguments that benefit themselves, go ahead.

As I'm sure you know, not all teams in the SEC are created equal. I don't know where you go this notion from, but it certainly wasn't me. Regardless, you need to let that notion go.

macksimus
09-25-2013, 02:40 PM
i tried to craft a response to cal. really, i did. but, hes just... so oblivious to the points i was making.


i'm just going to smile and nod.

wildchild11
09-25-2013, 02:42 PM
Like you say, it's all about trends. The trend is, when Oregon is matched with a team that is competent on offense and physical on defense...they lose. Sometimes badly.



"I'm not excusing the TO's...but here are some excuses."

If that player is inexperienced, put in someone that isn't. If he happens to be the best player you have at that position, then STFU, and accept that he got schooled.



This completely misses the point. Oh you held Auburn to 22 points? That's fantastic! You must've won that game because obviously Oregon scored more than 22 points with their amazing, high-flying offense right? Oh you lost? Oh...well then why did you even bother bringing such an irrelevant point up?

Oregon fans always want to cite their offense as the reason they will win games. The fact is Auburn was 8th in the SEC in scoring defense that year (that's puts them outside of the top half of the conference fyi). Against other SEC opponents they had a 26.8pt avg. That's the SEC, which according to everyone else is "all defense and poverty offenses." Yet Oregon, the offensive gods that they are, pulled out a whopping 19 points. ffs Miss St held them to 17pts and you don't see any of their fans jerkin themselves off about it

You can cite what other teams did all day, but the fact is, Auburn scored as many points necessary to WIN in each of their games (whether it was 56 or 17). Can't really say the same for Oregon, a team where scoring points is supposed to be easy as shyt.



Claims you can't just look at one game, then goes on to base Oregon's ability to beat LSU/Bama/A&M/etc...off of one game. Fantastic. :rolleyes:



You seem fairly intelligent. I'm sure when people discuss "Oregon vs SEC" you realize they don't mean Oregon vs the bottom of the barrel teams. I don't go throwing the shyt teams in with the Bama/LSU/A&M/etc...so don't look at me. If Bama blew out Cal, I certainly wouldn't be trying to say "oh man did you see how badly we whipped their ass...we just owned the Pac-12."

lol jesus



Against Tennessee? No, it's not impressive. Oregon is designed to be able to run up the score on vastly inferior teams like that. Teams that lack any real speed or talent in the skill positions. Style points on UT won't catch my attention.

Honestly, after witnessing Bama go up 28-0 at the half in the national championship, you expect me to be wowed by Oregon having 10 more points over a much ****tier team in Eugene? Sorry lol



Not a valid reason...and frankly just a "bich move"



As I'm sure you know, not all teams in the SEC are created equal. I don't know where you go this notion from, but it certainly wasn't me. Regardless, you need to let that notion go.


did you even read the rest of this thread?

ElJefe904
09-25-2013, 02:43 PM
Oregon doesn't have the worst fans in the country, but is sure as fuk has the most annoying fans in the country.

Have u met Gator fans?

Calhexas
09-25-2013, 03:43 PM
i tried to craft a response to cal. really, i did. but, hes just... so oblivious to the points i was making.


i'm just going to smile and nod.

When in doubt, pretend like you just don't want to answer. I expected a bit better from you.

Well, I take that back. From someone who's best counterpoint (if you can even call it that) was "but we held them to less points than a lot of other teams"...I guess I should've seen this coming.

Honestly, stop patting yourself on the back for that terrible moral victory and realize that while you did hold them to less than some other teams, you also failed to score more than 9 teams as well. That includes teams like Arkansas, Mississippi, Kentucky, Arkansas State, and CHATT-A-FUKKING-NOOGA. For fuk sake Clemson was 6-7 that year and even they scored more than you idiots. So if you really want to discuss the other 2/3rds of the Oregon team, be my guest.

Basically, the trend is that when up against top notch SEC talent, you shyt the bed.

Please...argue that point if you really can. Or just pretend like you don't want to and that's why you don't have a response. Either way, I don't really care.


did you even read the rest of this thread?

Yes, and you're better than this. Repping a terrible azz argument just because he put a few stats in parentheses?

Jesus christ wild

AgRyan
09-25-2013, 03:47 PM
ITT: tl;dr

Dangled
09-25-2013, 06:26 PM
When in doubt, pretend like you just don't want to answer. I expected a bit better from you.

Well, I take that back. From someone who's best counterpoint (if you can even call it that) was "but we held them to less points than a lot of other teams"...I guess I should've seen this coming.

Honestly, stop patting yourself on the back for that terrible moral victory and realize that while you did hold them to less than some other teams, you also failed to score more than 9 teams as well. That includes teams like Arkansas, Mississippi, Kentucky, Arkansas State, and CHATT-A-FUKKING-NOOGA. For fuk sake Clemson was 6-7 that year and even they scored more than you idiots. So if you really want to discuss the other 2/3rds of the Oregon team, be my guest.

Basically, the trend is that when up against top notch SEC talent, you shyt the bed.

Please...argue that point if you really can. Or just pretend like you don't want to and that's why you don't have a response. Either way, I don't really care.



Yes, and you're better than this. Repping a terrible azz argument just because he put a few stats in parentheses?

Jesus christ wild

and we were the only team to take them to OT.. u mad brahs? we should have won that game.

FlashWad3
09-25-2013, 06:37 PM
Lol is this thread still going. Oregon #2 team in the country, they have a right to chant We want Bama phaggots.

Calhexas
09-25-2013, 06:54 PM
Lol is this thread still going. Oregon #2 team in the country, they have a right to chant We want Bama phaggots.

If they get past Stanford they'll get their chance.

It honestly would probably be the right way to send out the BCS.

roko79
09-25-2013, 07:21 PM
Oregon could beat any team in the SEC aside from Bama. SEC teams have been giving up a lot more points this season, definitely vulnerable

Oregon could beat Bama. Bama will lose atleast 1 game this year

neighborr
09-25-2013, 07:28 PM
LSU buttfkd Oregon? Oregon outgained LSU by 25% and lost the TO battle 4-1. 14 easy points came off back-to-back fumbles.
Auburn buttfkd Oregon? Yeah, that last second-game winning FG demonstrates the utter dominance.

Oregon usually loses to Stanford? Oregon has lost to Stanford 3 times in the past 12 years.

Nevermind that Oregon just handed an SEC team their worst loss since 1902.



anything else you want to add?

U wot m8?

I said nothing about Auburn because that was a great game. I did mention Alabama. If you would read my post before thinking of your snide little comments you can make then you could've realized that.

You can spew out all the bullchit stats you want but LSU handled Oregon. The only stat that matters at the end of the day is the score. Do you see LSU fans making threads and bragging about when LSU beats Washington 57-3? No because we're not fukking special ed. It's not that big of a deal to us. It really shows how pathetic your accomplishments are when the whole west coast freaks out because the top Pac-12 team beat one of the worst SEC teams. You all have such a little brother complex. It's cute.

That's a nice little stat you pulled out of your butt regarding the Stanford-Oregon matchup though. Recently, (when it matters and it is relevant), Stanford has outperformed Oregon handily. Who cares about 12 years ago? Oregon always finds a way to fuk up their ridiculously easy schedule and that's why they don't get the respect they think they deserve. If anyone does deserve it, it's Stanford.

Anything else you want to add bitch?

2 D
09-25-2013, 07:31 PM
LSU would man handle Oregon at both lines of scrimmage and on special teams.

Oregon could IMO beat Bama and most of the other teams in the SEC. If Florida had a halfway decent offense they would IMO be the best team in the SEC, dat defense..

Suit
09-25-2013, 08:27 PM
lol @ historical records. wtf happened to your offense last year against the Cardinals and how do you intend to fix it without offensive guru Kelley? i hope stanford goes to the ship they deserve it


Right, you are part of the "Only bring up historical records when it favors me but disregard when it proves a point for the other side crew"

johnnyj411
09-25-2013, 08:39 PM
Oregon would beat Bama and it would not even be close.
I dunno if delirious?

























I think bama,lsu and georgia would beat oregon. I would say tx a&m has the offense to hang with Oregon but they're defense is atrocious.

erdons
09-25-2013, 08:40 PM
when have the zeros ever beaten any relevant SEC team?

macksimus
09-25-2013, 08:56 PM
lol that people think I'm an Oregon fan because I believe they are national title contenders.

Dat sports misc logic.

I'll bump this thread later in the year to prove that I have a massive penis, brain, bankroll, and have sex with models after Tuesday brunch every week aside from lent because i gotta respect that ash over dat ass.

Calhexas
09-26-2013, 04:35 AM
lol that people think I'm an Oregon fan because I believe they are national title contenders.

Dat sports misc logic.

I'll bump this thread later in the year to prove that I have a massive penis, brain, bankroll, and have sex with models after Tuesday brunch every week aside from lent because i gotta respect that ash over dat ass.

Aren't you the guy who tried to use those FEI rankings to explain how Notre Dame would beat Bama?

dirtdickens
09-26-2013, 04:41 AM
I dunno if delirious?


I think bama,lsu and georgia would beat oregon. I would say tx a&m has the offense to hang with Oregon but they're defense is atrocious.

http://transitionculture.org/wp-content/uploads/potato.jpg

DA_MOSS
09-26-2013, 05:07 AM
lol that people think I'm an Oregon fan because I believe they are national title contenders.

Dat sports misc logic.

I'll bump this thread later in the year to prove that I have a massive penis, brain, bankroll, and have sex with models after Tuesday brunch every week aside from lent because i gotta respect that ash over dat ass.

You also harped and harped on how ND's schedule was so difficult and that they would beat Bama last year

dirtdickens
09-26-2013, 05:23 AM
You also harped and harped on how ND's schedule was so difficult and that they would beat Bama last year

http://ts1.mm.bing.net/th?id=H.4725457325982184&w=201&h=184&c=7&rs=1&pid=1.7

DA_MOSS
09-26-2013, 05:41 AM
http://ts1.mm.bing.net/th?id=H.4725457325982184&w=201&h=184&c=7&rs=1&pid=1.7



fact-based statistics incoming...


FEI Offensive Rankings take opponents' defensive rankings into account...

ND DEF vs Top-50 FEI Offenses:

#5 Oklahoma. 13 pts, 379 yards.
(Bama FEI Offense Rank: #19)
#26 Michigan: 6 pts, 299 yards.
#27 USC: 13 pts, 281 yards.
#36 Pitt: 26 pts, 308 yards.
#39 Stanford: 6 pts, 272 yards. (-7 fumble rec)
#47 Miami: 3 pts, 285 yards.


Bama DEF vs Top-50 FEI Offenses:
#2 TAMU: 29 pts, 418 yards.
(ND FEI Offense Rank: #6)
#17 UGA: 21 pts, 394 yards. (-7 blocked punt)
#26 Michigan: 14 pts, 269 yards.
#38 Tenn: 14 pts, 282 yards.
#44 LSU: 17 pts, 435 yards.
#49 Miss: 14 pts, 218 yards.


Using the statistical trends and best-fit:
Expected ND D vs Bama O: allow 13 pts, 345 yards
Expected Bama D vs ND O: allow 24 pts, 400 yards
advantage: ND (+9 pts, + 55 yards)



FEI Defensive Rankings take opponents' offensive rankings into account...

ND OFF vs Top-50 FEI Defenses:

#2 MichSt: 20 pts, 300 yards.
#3 Stanford: 20 pts, 334 yards.
(Bama FEI Defense Rank: #8)
#16 Oklahoma: 30 pts, 403 yards.
#20 Michigan: 13 pts, 239 yards. (Rees played 2.5 quarters)
#22 BYU: 14 pts, 389 yards. (Rees played entire game)
#34 Pitt: 29 pts, 522 yards.
#37 USC: 22 pts, 439 yards.
#47 Miami: 3 pts, 285 yards.


Bama OFF vs Top-50 FEI Defenses:
(ND FEI Defense Rank: #2)
#12 LSU: 21 pts, 331 yards.
#20 Michigan: 34 pts, 431 yards. (-7 INT return)
#23 UGA: 32 pts, 512 yards.
#31 TAMU: 24 pts, 431 yards.


Using the statistical trends and best-fit:
Expected ND O vs Bama D: gain 24 pts, 350 yards
Expected Bama O vs ND D: gain 13 pts, 335 yards
advantage: ND (+9 pts, +15 yards)




TL;DR - all SEC fans immediately came to this line b/c numbers are hard.


http://forum.bodybuilding.com/showthread.php?t=149825483&highlight=notre+alabama


thread is full of lulz...

dirtdickens
09-26-2013, 05:44 AM
http://forum.bodybuilding.com/showthread.php?t=149825483&highlight=notre+alabama


thread is full of lulz... No wonder you guys always take sht for being idiots. None of us said anything about ND kickcing Bama's ass ebcause of their schedule. In fact very few of us thought ND would actually beat them. You can search those posts too. Those stats and the otehr facts posted were in response to SEC dik ryders like yourself that were talking about how ND played a weak schedule. But, remember it however you want.

DA_MOSS
09-26-2013, 05:58 AM
No wonder you guys always take sht for being idiots. None of us said anything about ND kickcing Bama's ass ebcause of their schedule. In fact very few of us thought ND would actually beat them. You can search those posts too. Those stats and the otehr facts posted were in response to SEC dik ryders like yourself that were talking about how ND played a weak schedule. But, remember it however you want.


oh ok buddy.. whatever you need to say to make yourself feel better.. Not once did I say anything about ND kicking Bama's ass; I simply said he tried to use this to say that ND would beat Bama, which he did, and we all saw the outcome of that game.. just wanted pointing out how the ND homers constantly tried to make it seem as if ND's defense was the GOAT and Bama's wasnt all that it was cracked up to be.. brb 42-14

No SEC dickrider here.. actually played for Mississippi State and yes I know how terrible we are right now..

dirtdickens
09-26-2013, 06:00 AM
congrats au gratin

DA_MOSS
09-26-2013, 06:03 AM
congrats au gratin


http://www.reactiongifs.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/09/fake-smile.gif

macksimus
09-26-2013, 06:28 AM
Aren't you the guy who tried to use those FEI rankings to explain how Notre Dame would beat Bama?

yup, and i was wrong. someone wrong about a sporting event -- ALERT THE MEDIA!


You also harped and harped on how ND's schedule was so difficult and that they would beat Bama last year

you and cal have an incredibly difficult time understanding the purpose of my posts. read what i say more carefully before you jump to conclusions.

ND's schedule was difficult. that is inarguable. but i never said ND could beat Bama just because they had a tough schedule -- i said they belonged in the NCG and, due to how they performed against the teams they played (as opposed to how those teams fared against other opponents), the statistics showed that they could (and arguably, should) theoretically win.


statistics can and will be wrong -- and the stats were certainly wrong in the ND/Bama game. but at the end of the day, statistics is one of the best tools used to determine outcomes. and, by using them, ive been right far more often than i've been wrong... but here on the misc, nobody remembers all the times you are right -- only the times you bombed.

but hey, i suppose you have never been wrong about a prediction before either, eh?

palehorsem4n
09-26-2013, 06:41 AM
they belonged in the NCG

Never again.

And let's not forget about the powerhouse Ole Miss is becoming this season.. After we defeat Bama Saturday we'll be climbing the rankings HARD!

Did I mention we finally beat Vandy?!?

Calhexas
09-26-2013, 07:15 AM
yup, and i was wrong. someone wrong about a sporting event -- ALERT THE MEDIA!

So are you still placing as much faith in those FEI stats as last year? Despite me explaining why I found them a bad measure of the two teams capabilities? An explanation that was later validate by the outcome of the game I might add.


you and cal have an incredibly difficult time understanding the purpose of my posts. read what i say more carefully before you jump to conclusions.

ND's schedule was difficult. that is inarguable. but i never said ND could beat Bama just because they had a tough schedule -- i said they belonged in the NCG and, due to how they performed against the teams they played (as opposed to how those teams fared against other opponents), the statistics showed that they could (and arguably, should) theoretically win.


statistics can and will be wrong -- and the stats were certainly wrong in the ND/Bama game. but at the end of the day, statistics is one of the best tools used to determine outcomes. and, by using them, ive been right far more often than i've been wrong... but here on the misc, nobody remembers all the times you are right -- only the times you bombed.

but hey, i suppose you have never been wrong about a prediction before either, eh?

It's not the purpose of your post I have issues with, it's the manner in which you defend your points, and the stats you believe are the relevant measure.

I agree the FEI are creative and fairly extensive, but their variable selections seem random and unfounded, an frankly the entire model seems incredibly flawed. I tried pointing this out in Dec/Jan though you didn't seem to acknowledge it. You believed Notre Dame possessed a defense that was better than any Bama had faced, and used your preferred model of measuring teams to back that up. Unfortunately for you, that model wasn't that accurate and it's own predictive abilities were vastly exposed by the traditional values that it don't prioritize.

Anyways, my point is that we've heard this tune from Oregon before. Usually it ends in disaster for them though, as their strength (fast offense) is hilariously outmatched when they meet the SEC elite.

macksimus
09-26-2013, 07:49 AM
The FEI stats were wrong in the ND/Bama matchup. Stats are not, and have never been, the one perfect prognosticator of success. If they were, Vegas betting would not exist. In other words, that's why they play the game.


But it was one game. one game. Football Outsiders routinely analyze their performance (in both College and the NFL) vs. other metrics and systems, including Vegas, and are commonly the most correct predictive source in the market. One game, no matter the scale, does not indicate a system flaw.


Speaking of flaws, I vividly remember you saying that you would inspect the site, and you came back with some generic, high-level comments. FEI has been verifiably proven over the last several years to one of the most correct metrics in sports, yet you continue to say it is flawed. Nothing is perfect, so, how exactly, is my reliance on this metric any more flawed than anything else on this site?

niknguyen
09-26-2013, 08:07 AM
U wot m8?

I said nothing about Auburn because that was a great game. I did mention Alabama. If you would read my post before thinking of your snide little comments you can make then you could've realized that.

You can spew out all the bullchit stats you want but LSU handled Oregon. The only stat that matters at the end of the day is the score. Do you see LSU fans making threads and bragging about when LSU beats Washington 57-3? No because we're not fukking special ed. It's not that big of a deal to us. It really shows how pathetic your accomplishments are when the whole west coast freaks out because the top Pac-12 team beat one of the worst SEC teams. You all have such a little brother complex. It's cute.

That's a nice little stat you pulled out of your butt regarding the Stanford-Oregon matchup though. Recently, (when it matters and it is relevant), Stanford has outperformed Oregon handily. Who cares about 12 years ago? Oregon always finds a way to fuk up their ridiculously easy schedule and that's why they don't get the respect they think they deserve. If anyone does deserve it, it's Stanford.

Anything else you want to add bitch?

seriously...how mad are you right now?

dirtdickens
09-26-2013, 08:16 AM
I SRSLY question the emotional stability of a few of our resident SEC dik ryders

niknguyen
09-26-2013, 08:19 AM
I SRSLY question the emotional stability of a few of our resident SEC dik ryders

SEC dickriders are like bills fans rooting for the patriots because they want their division to win. retarded as fck

nickh04
09-26-2013, 09:12 AM
if oregon played bama i think it would be a very high scoring game..

















































































72-3 oregon

wildchild11
09-26-2013, 09:14 AM
seriously...how mad are you right now?

Lol this. Calm down bro

dirtdickens
09-26-2013, 09:23 AM
if oregon played bama i think it would be a very high scoring game..
72-3 oregon Oregon would get analy raped and then have their spine ripped out Scorpion style by Alabama and probably LSU. But, dont let the SEC cawk smugglers get that twisted with their team. I think Oregon is the second best team this year behind Alabama.

And just to get that phaggot Ahri all fired up. tOSU's opponents played so far have a combined record of 3-10. The three victories coming against subdivision teams.

Calhexas
09-26-2013, 05:57 PM
The FEI stats were wrong in the ND/Bama matchup. Stats are not, and have never been, the one perfect prognosticator of success. If they were, Vegas betting would not exist. In other words, that's why they play the game.


But it was one game. one game. Football Outsiders routinely analyze their performance (in both College and the NFL) vs. other metrics and systems, including Vegas, and are commonly the most correct predictive source in the market. One game, no matter the scale, does not indicate a system flaw.


Speaking of flaws, I vividly remember you saying that you would inspect the site, and you came back with some generic, high-level comments. FEI has been verifiably proven over the last several years to one of the most correct metrics in sports, yet you continue to say it is flawed. Nothing is perfect, so, how exactly, is my reliance on this metric any more flawed than anything else on this site?

Statistics are great. I fully understand their value in these conversations. As the season goes on, I use them more and more because obviously there is an increasing amount of data with each week.

However, if you are going to put your faith in numbers and only numbers, you are incredibly foolish. This is a game of match ups, and while team A may be designed to beat the shyt out of Team B, that doesn't mean they'll be able to hold their own against Team C (whether or not B and C play...I'm not trying to pull transitive property into this).

A&M put up points on Bama. More than anyone ever has since Saban stepped foot in Tuscaloosa. That's because that offense had the exact combination of playmakers required to do so. It had the perfect compliment of offensive weapons to exploit one of Bama's very few weaknesses. Does it mean other offensive-focused teams will be able to do the same? Fuk no. When I see Oregon, I see a team that likes to fast skill players to try to take advantage of teams that have slow secondaries and linebackers. They try to prey on a defense's indecision. However, their unabashed devotion to a "speedy offense" leaves them susceptible to any team that has a physical front 7 that can remotely cover the short passing game. Their lines fail to make key blocks when they meet defensive fronts that can overpower smaller OL...teams like Stanford, LSU, Alabama, etc... This is where the numbers fail. Whether it's traditional statistics, or things like "explosive drives" and "methodical drives" (two of the many variables that Innovative uses that I questioned the validity of).

This is why I don't only use stats, but pay close attention to things like how the teams perform in the trenches. What kind of mis-matches could each team exploit...the type of analysis that cold numbers can't touch. Basically it's stats plus simple observations.

The original thread was about how Alabama will crush Notre Dame. This was primarily determined because of things the stats can't and don't measure. Things like depth and schemes.

I applaud your knowledge of the FEI stats on Innovative, but I believe you put more faith in them than you should.


Oregon would get analy raped and then have their spine ripped out Scorpion style by Alabama and probably LSU. But, dont let the SEC cawk smugglers get that twisted with their team. I think Oregon is the second best team this year behind Alabama.

And just to get that phaggot Ahri all fired up. tOSU's opponents played so far have a combined record of 3-10. The three victories coming against subdivision teams.

Chill the fuk out, we're not supposed to agree on things.

Suit
09-26-2013, 06:15 PM
Oregon would get analy raped and then have their spine ripped out Scorpion style by Alabama and probably LSU. But, dont let the SEC cawk smugglers get that twisted with their team. I think Oregon is the second best team this year behind Alabama.

And just to get that phaggot Ahri all fired up. tOSU's opponents played so far have a combined record of 3-10. The three victories coming against subdivision teams.


So you are saying Oregon would win because Scorpion doesn't rip out spines nor does he anal rape anyone.

Interesting way to say Oregon will win brah.




























































































































































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johnnyj411
09-26-2013, 07:27 PM
I SRSLY question the emotional stability of a few of our resident SEC dik ryders
Your so mad your conference sucks deock. Move to south and stop feeling sorry for your fuk tard conference.