If you really want to watch competitive football where many teams have a tought schedule, you should really watch Big 12 football...
In 2012, that was the conference who had the most difficult schedules in the aggregate...
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Big 12 - The most difficult schedule of above average teams.
SEC - The most difficult schedule of elite teams
No other conference has ever finished with more than three teams in the top 10 of the final regular season ranking of the BCS. And the SEC has six in the top 10, and all six are 10-game winners.
Wow... that conference really sucks. A lot of teams are below average.
Don't be mad because your local channels cable provider airs pee wee football every Saturday. There are other options such as Direct TV.
is someone really arguing that the SEC isnt the best in college football?
Kent Somers @kentsomers:
Interesting to see how other teams evaluate Beanie Wells right knee. #azcardinals were not optimistic about it.
@kentsomers Beanie was shopping other teams before the season was over. No loyalty.
@kentsomers Did he actually have microfracture surgery on that knee? Doesn't seem like he'd fit the tough Steeler mold.
@kentsomers it looked like last year that his head was more of a concern than the knee. I don't think he wants to take or give hits anymore
Last edited by hawaiiansteel; 03-13-2013 at 05:16 PM.
Think of it this way... you're getting a 1st round talent in the 4th round... even if you don't get him fully recovered until next year... Try trading a 4th round pick this year for a 1st round pick next year... see what happens
2013 MNF Executive Champion!
Round 1, Pick 25 (25): Artie Burns, CB; Miami
Round 2, Pick 27 (58 ): Sean Davis, S; Maryland
Round 3, Pick 26 (89): Javon Hargrave, DT; South Carolina State
Round 4, Pick 25 (123): Jerald Hawkins, OT; LSU
Round 6, Pick 45 (220) (Compensatory Selection): Travis Feeney, OLB; Washington
Round 7, Pick 8 (229) (From Giants): DeMarcus Ayers, WR; Houston
Round 7, Pick 25 (246): Tyler Matakevich, OLB; Temple