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BulldawgFan

Florida Columnist: SEC should kick out MSU and OM

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Jimmies are gonna be rustled

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Ole Miss and MSU combine allowing them to put their resources together and become much more successful and we can go out and get another big school that could make the conference competitive and bring in more money.

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Ole Miss and MSU combine allowing them to put their resources together and become much more successful and we can go out and get another big school that could make the conference competitive and bring in more money.

I now dislike you......

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This may be great news for you. Finebaum said that about us early in June 2010. Gamecocks won the CWS that year and in 2011. They also won the SEC East that fall, and won 11 games each of the following 3 years.

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replace the Sississippi schools with directional schools from Flaw-duh?

Brilliant!!

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LOL!!!! USF could play an SEC schedule 10 times and not score 50 points combined!!

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So he thinks kicking out charter members and adding directional schools would be a good idea.That's a good way to appear dumb.

He must have run out of decent material to write about or is just trying to get a rise from some folks.

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If you play in an NFL stadium cause it'd be a waste of money to build your own... dont even say SEC.

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Or we could kick Missouri out since it is neither Southern nor eastern.

lol, It was only a matter of time before you posted this.

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Go Dawgs and Hotty Toddy. Go lanekiffin.gif yourself USF.....sorry lanekiffin.gifs.

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The "author" (ahem!) of this pile clearly knows NOT even a lil bit bout the real world of college football. (SEC Football) UCF/USF are nice conversation pieces of the moment. I dare say that if those two were to face Ole Miss & MSU in home & home series the winners would be both MS schools and the FL schools might have scored in garbage time just to keep from postin goose eggs. If the author was serious about the intent of the article he would have tried to make a case for UM & FSU leaving the ACC for the SEC. But that isn't what he or the Lizards want. They already have to face the real possibility of loses to them as it is; it would keep the Gaturds completely out of the equation for the NC if they had to deal with more than an East loss to UGA when buying votes in the polls.

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I now dislike you......

I'm just saying, y'all could be potentially dominant if y'all were one school.
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I'm just saying, y'all could be potentially dominant if y'all were one school.

Lol...

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Dominant for the Mississippi schools. :trollface:

The ultimate jimmie rustler

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Per Capita, Mississippi puts forth more NFL players than Alabama, and way more than Missouri. Therefore, no jimmies were rustled.

Perhaps most noteworthy, the states with the most players per capita are: Louisiana (1 NFL player per 73,119 people), South Carolina (1 per 85,655), Mississippi (1 per 92,728), Alabama (1 per 99,578), Florida (1 per 101,082), Georgia (1 per 101,975) and Montana (1 per 109,935).

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Per Capita, Mississippi puts forth more NFL players than Alabama, and way more than Missouri. Therefore, no jimmies were rustled.

Perhaps most noteworthy, the states with the most players per capita are: Louisiana (1 NFL player per 73,119 people), South Carolina (1 per 85,655), Mississippi (1 per 92,728), Alabama (1 per 99,578), Florida (1 per 101,082), Georgia (1 per 101,975) and Montana (1 per 109,935).

Except that fans root for schools not states. Idc if we get all our players from Alaska.

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