Anonymous asked in SportsFootball (American) · 1 decade ago

SEC vs. PAC 10? you decide?












great job prognosticating austin n

don't quit your day job

Update 2:

and Austin N i just posed the question i did not give my opinion either way

whats wrong you got an inferiority complex napolean

Update 3:

marco panda you nerd

ole miss or miss st vandy makes no difference v stanford

Update 4:

and marco panda

and austin n

i know not all USC fans are as crass as you too narrow minded individuals

but you 2 are the only ones throwing insults at me for this question

to me that shows the kind of character you 2 both have.

you have the right to say whatever you want, i always say give a fool enough rope and he will hang himself

17 Answers

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
    Favorite Answer

    Nice question... I remember when they compared the SEC to the Big 10 during the SEC Championship game. I was gonna respond with my own, but I really just agree with everything "pip" wrote. When you look at it like this, you realize the caliber of competition between the two conferences. It really isn't very close. There are a lot of sub-par PAC-10 teams (pretty much Arizona St. through Stanford) and only a couple sub-par SEC teams (really just Ole Miss and Mississippi State who aren't listed). All of the SEC teams listed have been pretty good in previous years. Even Vandy and Kentucky have been pretty good, it's just that the other SEC teams have been better than them, if that makes sense. I know it seems biased to give the SEC the advantage in every game, but top to bottom like this, I think they really do win every game. The only questions are the LSU and Florida games because USC and Cal are really the only great teams in the PAC-10. I would have faith and would pick both SEC teams to win though in close battles.

    I guess I could say it like this:

    SEC: 8

    PAC-10: 0

    PUSH: 2


    Apparently, tonydgr8 doesn't understand that the teams are matched up more or less by rank to their respective conferences and then pitted against the other conference. Oh well. Care about it.

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  • Anonymous
    4 years ago

    No because there are some years, like last year where the SEC champ is clearly not one of the top two teams. When Texas beat USC, those were clearly the best in the nation. A playoff should be introduced where every conference Big-10, Big-12, Pac-10, SEC, ACC, etc. get one automatic bid and the remainder of the tournament is at large. I am talking about one similar to that in Div II or Div III football. That would be the most fair way to determine a national champ.

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  • 1 decade ago

    I would have to go with USC, Florida, UCLA, Oregon is tough but I think Auburn would take that game, Arkansas, Alabama, Tennessee, S Carolina, Washington St., Stanford. So thats SEC 6-PAC 10 4

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  • 1 decade ago

    I'm not going to ask you why you didn't match up Tennessee-Cal or USC-Arkansas because I'd get some pitiful excuse. As for the games you do have up there, the funny thing is the best game would be between Vanderbilt and Stanford. Florida,LSU,Auburn,Tennessee, and Alabama will all lose this weekend.


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  • 1 decade ago

    Of course I know that LSU will beat USC!!!

    I truly believe that we need a playoff system for NCAA football. It is the only way to let the best win fairly.

    Public opinion and gay people from California should not decide who will compete for the title every year.

    Look at Auburn...continually left out of the title game three times in the last decade when they deserved a title shot!

    FYI- I fricken HATE Auburn. But at least they earn their rankings.

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  • pip
    Lv 7
    1 decade ago

    lsu/usc hard to call.. I'll go with homefield advantage for which ever team has it

    florida/cal florida... unless cal's d gets a lot better during the season

    georgia/ucla georgia.. but not by a lot

    auburn/oregon auburn

    arkansas/arizona st. arkansas

    alabama/ washington alabama

    tenn/oregon st. tenn

    south car./arizona south carolina

    Kentucky/wahsington kentucky

    vandy/ stanford vandy

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    I think USC wins the first, Cal wins the second, UCLA wins the third, Oregon wins over Auburn, Arkansas beats the living snot outta ASU, Bama beats Washington in a barn burner, Tenn pummels OSU, the bottom three??? Who cares?! So, overall, I would say the PAC-10 is the winner here.

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  • 1 decade ago

    LSU, FLA, GA, Auburn, Arkansas, BAMA, Tenn, S Carolina, Kentucky, Vandy. USC could beat LSU, but the SEC is the best top to bottom.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    only game i really see pac-10 have an edge on is the UCLA/georigia game.

    LSU/USC game would be a good one. Pac-10 would probably pull a couple of upsets, but i see SEC winning most of them.

    Did Kcryadd watch the Oregon state game yesterday?

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  • 1 decade ago

    USC over LSU

    CAL over Florida

    Georgia over UCLA - Georgia may go all the way

    Auburn over Oregon

    Razorbacks over ASU

    Alabama crushes Washington

    Oregon State U over Tenn

    Wildcats over 'Cocks

    Kentucky over Washington State

    Stanford sucks Vandy over Stanford go Jim Harbaugh Stanford will only win if Jim is the quarterback.

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