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: August 23, 2009, 09:14:36 PM

Way to skirt the issue.

It's simple DA....either we play a cream puff schedule or we don't.

I have shown evidence that over the last 10 years, UF has played more top 10 and top 25 teams than not only your beloved Canes, but SOW, OSU, USC among others.

So again, I ask you...if UF plays a cream puff schedule, what does that mean UM plays?

I'd like to think I might get an intelligent answer back, but not holding my breath.

Dude you didnt stomp around your trailer for 2 hours thinking of that response did you? Guess thats good ole UF edumacation working LOL


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#1 : August 21, 2009, 09:11:41 PM

--- Games on the Road / Games at Home ---

Big East -- 37.5% - 62.5%
PAC-10 ---- 35.0% - 65.0%
ACC -------- 32.3% - 67.7%
Big XII ------ 26.0% - 74.0%
Big TEN --- 22.7% - 77.3%
SEC -------- 18.8% - 81.3%

Sun Belt --- 63.9% - 36.1%
MAC --------- 57.7% - 42.3%
WAC -------- 51.3% - 48.7%
CUSA ------- 50.0% - 50.0%
Mtn West -- 47.2% - 52.8%


--- Games against Div-1AA Teams / Div-1A Teams ---

PAC-10 ---- 13.3% - 86.7%
Big XII ----- 18.8% - 81.3%
Big TEN --- 20.5% - 79.5%
SEC -------- 22.9% - 77.1%
Big East -- 25.0% - 75.0%
ACC -------- 29.2% - 70.8%

Sun Belt --- 11.1% - 88.9%
Mtn West -- 13.9% - 86.1%
WAC -------- 17.9% - 82.1%
MAC -------- 17.3% - 82.7%
CUSA ------ 18.8% - 81.3%


--- Games against BCS Teams / Div-1AA Teams ---

PAC-10 ---- 50.0% - 13.3%........ 3.75 to 1
Big East -- 40.0% - 25.0%........ 1.6 to 1
Big TEN --- 31.8% - 20.5%........ 1.56 to 1
ACC -------- 41.7% - 29.2%....... 1.43 to 1
SEC -------- 29.2% - 22.9%....... 1.27 to 1
Big XII ----- 22.9% - 18.8%........ 1.22 to 1

Sun Belt -- 61.1% - 11.1%....... 5.5 to 1
MAC ------- 55.8% - 17.3%........ 3.22 to 1
CUSA ----- 54.2% - 18.8%........ 2.89 to 1
Mtn West - 38.9% - 13.9%........ 2.8 to 1
WAC ------- 38.5% - 17.9%........ 2.14 to 1


--- Games against Teams Ranked in the "Bottom 30" in 2008 ---

PAC-10 ---- 13.3%
ACC ------- 14.6%
Big East -- 17.5%
Big XII ------ 25.0%
Big TEN ---- 27.3%
SEC --------- 29.2%

CUSA ------ 8.3%
Sun Belt -- 16.7%
WAC ------- 17.9%
Mtn West -- 25.0%
MAC -------- 26.9%

- 2008 "Bottom 30" Rankings based on overall average BCS Computer Rankings (out of 120 D1A teams)


--- Games against *prospective "Cup-Cakes" ---

PAC-10 ----- 26.7%
Big East --- 42.5%
ACC` -------- 43.8%
Big XII` ----- 43.8%
Big TEN --- 47.7%
SEC -------- 52.1%

CUSA ------- 27.1%
Sun Belt ---- 27.8%
WAC --------- 35.9%
Mtn West -- 38.9%
MAC ----


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#2 : August 21, 2009, 09:18:09 PM

--- Games on the Road / Games at Home ---

Big East -- 37.5% - 62.5%
PAC-10 ---- 35.0% - 65.0%
ACC -------- 32.3% - 67.7%
Big XII ------ 26.0% - 74.0%
Big TEN --- 22.7% - 77.3%
SEC -------- 18.8% - 81.3%

Sun Belt --- 63.9% - 36.1%
MAC --------- 57.7% - 42.3%
WAC -------- 51.3% - 48.7%
CUSA ------- 50.0% - 50.0%
Mtn West -- 47.2% - 52.8%


--- Games against Div-1AA Teams / Div-1A Teams ---

PAC-10 ---- 13.3% - 86.7%
Big XII ----- 18.8% - 81.3%
Big TEN --- 20.5% - 79.5%
SEC -------- 22.9% - 77.1%
Big East -- 25.0% - 75.0%
ACC -------- 29.2% - 70.8%

Sun Belt --- 11.1% - 88.9%
Mtn West -- 13.9% - 86.1%
WAC -------- 17.9% - 82.1%
MAC -------- 17.3% - 82.7%
CUSA ------ 18.8% - 81.3%


--- Games against BCS Teams / Div-1AA Teams ---

PAC-10 ---- 50.0% - 13.3%........ 3.75 to 1
Big East -- 40.0% - 25.0%........ 1.6 to 1
Big TEN --- 31.8% - 20.5%........ 1.56 to 1
ACC -------- 41.7% - 29.2%....... 1.43 to 1
SEC -------- 29.2% - 22.9%....... 1.27 to 1
Big XII ----- 22.9% - 18.8%........ 1.22 to 1

Sun Belt -- 61.1% - 11.1%....... 5.5 to 1
MAC ------- 55.8% - 17.3%........ 3.22 to 1
CUSA ----- 54.2% - 18.8%........ 2.89 to 1
Mtn West - 38.9% - 13.9%........ 2.8 to 1
WAC ------- 38.5% - 17.9%........ 2.14 to 1


--- Games against Teams Ranked in the "Bottom 30" in 2008 ---

PAC-10 ---- 13.3%
ACC ------- 14.6%
Big East -- 17.5%
Big XII ------ 25.0%
Big TEN ---- 27.3%
SEC --------- 29.2%

CUSA ------ 8.3%
Sun Belt -- 16.7%
WAC ------- 17.9%
Mtn West -- 25.0%
MAC -------- 26.9%

- 2008 "Bottom 30" Rankings based on overall average BCS Computer Rankings (out of 120 D1A teams)


--- Games against *prospective "Cup-Cakes" ---

PAC-10 ----- 26.7%
Big East --- 42.5%
ACC` -------- 43.8%
Big XII` ----- 43.8%
Big TEN --- 47.7%
SEC -------- 52.1%

CUSA ------- 27.1%
Sun Belt ---- 27.8%
WAC --------- 35.9%
Mtn West -- 38.9%
MAC ----


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#3 : August 21, 2009, 09:23:38 PM

Good stuff. Further proves just how damn good and competitive the Pac-10 is.

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#4 : August 21, 2009, 09:30:01 PM

Good stuff. Further proves just how damn good and competitive the Pac-10 is.

yep.

Pac-10 has some big games this non conference
OSU-USC...more so for Ohio State
Oregon/Boise State...win its on national tv/lose... its well you lost to a wac school
ASU/Georgia... ASU probably has a 5% chance
LSU/Washington... UDub has 1%
UCLA/Tenn... UCLA has 20% chance

a lot of good games. Pac X is doing a good job getting there coaches to pimp the schedule and conference. I heard Chip on Colin Cowherd today and he mentioned the record since 2000 vs the SEC, and than had a comment like "only team USC loses to is Pac-10 teams" Ill see if I can find link

heres link to the interview http://sports.espn.go.com/stations/player?id=4412175


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#5 : August 21, 2009, 09:32:10 PM

Good stuff. Further proves just how damn good and competitive the Pac-10 is.

yep.

Pac-10 has some big games this non conference
OSU-USC...more so for Ohio State
Oregon/Boise State...win its on national tv/lose... its well you lost to a wac school
ASU/Georgia... ASU probably has a 5% chance
LSU/Washington... UDub has 1%
UCLA/Tenn... UCLA has 20% chance

a lot of good games. Pac X is doing a good job getting there coaches to pimp the schedule and conference. I heard Chip on Colin Cowherd today and he mentioned the record since 2000 vs the SEC, and than had a comment like "only team USC loses to is Pac-10 teams" Ill see if I can find link

That is absolutely right. USC since Carroll's second year has only lost ONE non-conference game, to Texas in the National Championship.

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#6 : August 21, 2009, 09:33:19 PM

Good stuff. Further proves just how damn good and competitive the Pac-10 is.

yep.

Pac-10 has some big games this non conference
OSU-USC...more so for Ohio State
Oregon/Boise State...win its on national tv/lose... its well you lost to a wac school
ASU/Georgia... ASU probably has a 5% chance
LSU/Washington... UDub has 1%
UCLA/Tenn... UCLA has 20% chance

a lot of good games. Pac X is doing a good job getting there coaches to pimp the schedule and conference. I heard Chip on Colin Cowherd today and he mentioned the record since 2000 vs the SEC, and than had a comment like "only team USC loses to is Pac-10 teams" Ill see if I can find link

That is absolutely right. USC since Carroll's second year has only lost ONE non-conference game, to Texas in the National Championship.

yep.


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#7 : August 22, 2009, 01:42:39 PM

While we're at it:

Here are the final ranked (AP) opponents faced by UF over the last 10 years

Top 10 = 27 avg per year 2.7
Total = 57 avg per year 5.7

2008
Oklahoma #5
Alabama #6
Georgia #13
Mississippi #14
Fsu #21

2007
LSU #1
Georgia #2
Tennessee #12
Auburn #15
Michigan #18

2006
Ohio State #2
LSU #3
Auburn #9
Arkansas #15
Georgia #23
Tennessee ##25

2005
LSU #6
Alabama #8
Georgia #10
fsu #23

2004
Georgia #7
Miami #11
Tennessee #13
Fsu #15
LSU #16

2003
LSU #2
Miami #5
Georgia #7
Iowa #8
Fsu #11
Mississippi #13
Tennessee #15

2002
Miami #2
Georgia #3
Michigan #9
Auburn #14
Fsu #21

2001
Tennessee #4
LSU #7
South Carolina #13
Fsu #15
Georgia #22
Maryland #11

2000
Miami #2
Fsu #5
Auburn #18 (x2)
Georgia #20
South Carolina #19
LSU #22
Mississippi State #24

1999
Fsu #1
Alabama #8 (x2)
Tennessee #9
Michigan State #7
Georgia #16


http://www.appollarchive.com/index.cfm

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#8 : August 22, 2009, 01:43:33 PM

As for USC, good, but not UF good...

Top 10 = 18 avg per year 1.8
Total = 38 avg per year 3.8

USC

1999
Oregon #19

2000
Notre Dame #15
Washington #3
Oregon State #4
Oregon #7

2001
Oregon #2
Washington State #10
Stanford #16
Washington #19

2002
Auburn #14
Iowa #8
Washington State #10
Notre Dame #17
Colorado #20

2003
Michigan #6
Washington State #9

2004
Va Tech #10
Oklahoma #3
Cal #9
Arizona State #19

2005
Notre Dame #9
Texas #1
Oregon #12
UCLA #16
Cal #25

2006
Arkansas #15
Notre Dame #17
Michigan #8
Cal #14
Oregon State #21

2007
Illinois #20
Arizona State #16
Oregon #23
Oregon State #25

2008
Ohio State #9
Penn State #8
Oregon #10
Oregon State #18

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#9 : August 22, 2009, 01:44:13 PM

FSU, nice try....


Top 10 = 16 avg per year 1.6
Total = 42 avg per year 4.2

sow

2008
Va tech #15
Georgia Tech #22
Florida #1

2007
Clemson #21
Boston College #10
Va Tech #9
Florida #13

2006
Florida #1
Wake Forest #18
Boston College #20

2005
Miami #17
Boston College #18
Clemson #21
Va Tech#7
Florida #12
Penn State #3

2004
Miami #11
Virginia #23

2003
Florida #24
Miami #5 (x2)
Maryland #17
Clemson #22

2002
Virginia #22
Miami #2
Notre Dame #17
Georgia #3
NC State #12

2001
Miami #1
Florida #3
Virginia Tech #17
Georgia Tech #24
Maryland #11

2000
Miami #2
Florida #10
Georgia Tech #17
Clemson #16
Oklahoma #1

1999
Virginia Tech #2
Florida #12
Miami #15
Georgia Tech #20

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#10 : August 22, 2009, 01:44:31 PM

Ohio State

Top 10 = 18 avg per year 1.8
Total = 39 avg per year = 3.9

2008
Texas #4
USC #3
Penn State #8

2007
LSU #1
Wisconsin #24
Illinois #20
Michigan #18

2006
Florida #1
Texas #13
Michigan #8
Penn State #24

2005
Texas #1
Penn State #3
Notre Dame #9

2004
Michigan #14
Iowa #8
Wisconsin #17

2003
Kansas State #14
Michigan #6
Iowa #8
Purdue #18

2002
Miami #2
Washington State #10
Michigan #9
Penn State #16

2001
Michigan #20
Illinois #12
South Carolina #13

2000
Michigan #11
Purdue #13
Wisconsin #23

1999
Miami #15
Purdue #25
Illinois #24
Minnesota #18
Michigan #5
Penn State #11
Michigan State #7
Wisconsin #4

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#11 : August 22, 2009, 01:45:19 PM

For "DABADBOY" talk about cream puff schedule.s..it would appear the evidence suggest UF plays a far better schedule annually than "DA U"

Miami

Top 10 = 17 avg per year 1.7

Total = 40 avg per year 4.0

1999
Florida State #1
Penn State #11
Va Tech #2
Georgia Tech #20

2000
Florida State #5
Florida #10
Washington #3
Va Tech #6

2001
Nebraska #8
Florida State #15
Washington #19
Syracuse #14
Va Tech #18
Boston College #21

2002
Ohio State #1
West Virginia #25
Florida State #21
Pitt #19
Va Tech #18

2003
Florida #24
Florida State #11 (x2)
Tennessee #15

2004
Florida State #15
Louisville #6
Virginia #23
Va Tech #10

2005
Florida State #23
Clemson #21
Va Tech #7
LSU #6

2006
Louisville #6
Va Tech #19
Boston College #20

2007
Oklahoma #7
Va Tech #9
Boston College #10

2008
Florida #1
Georgia Tech #22
Va Tech #15

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#12 : August 22, 2009, 01:46:03 PM

Oklahoma

Top 10 = 19 avg per year 1.9
Total = 38 avg per year 3.8

2008
Florida #1
Texas #4
Cincinnati #17
TCU #7
Missouri #19
Oklahoma State #16
Texas Tech #12

2007
West Virginia #6
Texas Tech #22
Texas #10
Missouri #4

2006
Texas #13
Boise State #5

2005
TCU #11
Oregon #12
Texas #1
Texas Tech #20
Nebraska #24

2004
USC #1
Texas #5
Texas Tech #18
Texas #5

2003
LSU #1
Texas #12
Kansas State #14

2002
Alabama #11
Texas #6
Washington State #10
Colorado #20

2001
Texas #5
Nebraska #8

2000
Fsu #5
Nebraska #8
Kansas St. #9
Texas #12

1999
Texas A&M #23
Texas #21
Mississippi #22

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#13 : August 23, 2009, 06:00:36 PM

bump for the cream puffer....

Amazing how he stays away when facts get in the way of his erroneous claims....

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#14 : August 23, 2009, 06:01:53 PM

bump for the cream puffer....

Amazing how he stays away when facts get in the way of his erroneous claims....

Fact gators fear the U.

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