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#15 : October 31, 2007, 09:42:09 AM

True. I need to clarify on labeling teams "dominant".

Arguing what teams are "dominant" doesn't really matter to me. That can change year to year.

"Dominant" programs is what should matter when evaluating conference strength.
A dominant program is capable of winning the national championship. Like Florida in 2006 and 1996, LSU in 2003, Tennessee in 1998, and Alabama in 1992. Or coming darn near close like Auburn in 2004 (13-0) and Georgia in 2002 (13-1).

FRG is the most logical poster on this board.  You guys just don\'t like where the logical conclusions take you.

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#16 : October 31, 2007, 09:50:34 AM

A dominant program is capable of winning the national championship. Like Florida in 2006 and 1996, LSU in 2003, Tennessee in 1998, and Alabama in 1992. Or coming darn near close like Auburn in 2004 (13-0) and Georgia in 2002 (13-1).

A dominant team is capable of winning a national championship.  Dominant programs compete year after year.




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#17 : November 10, 2007, 11:41:09 PM

No conference can claim dominance this year - even the mighty Pac-10 and its "two dominant teams" Cal and USC.

Parity has fully set in. And I'm glad.

two dominant teams USC Cal? Its ASU Oregon

It was a reference to USC Rules who earlier this season said that those were the two "dominant" teams in the PAC-10.

Not as dominant as USF.
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