A&M and its not close.
A&M and its not close.
I picked Georgia just because I felt like they got some national respect for the SECCG. I know Johnny Football got a lot of hype and basically won the Heisman based on his game vs us but Manziel himself wasn't an option.
Heading into 2013 I think A&M might struggle with the spot light on them whereas Georgia will be a real contender and may well dominate the East on their way to Atlanta. Georgia is going to be one hungry team next season and they could well win the BCSCG.
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I almost voted for the Barn. Getting rid of Cheezy and Trooper makes you a big winner.
aTm began the season as a question mark and ended it as a legit top 5 program. Now comes the difficult part in maintaining this same success.
Ole Miss and Vandy showed considerable improvement as well but nothing like the Aggies. IMO
Ask me about my vow of silence.
I think TAMU is a runaway choice for second biggest winner.
TAMU, Like Missouri was projected to have a middling year and be pushed around by other SEC teams. Missouri lived down to their projection.
TAMU, their 'New Coach Sumerlin, and a Freshman sensation QB overachieved the first part of the season, then a now seasoned 'Johnny Football' took the season on his back
and they had a phenomenal season.
Out of nowhere 'Johnny Football' outclassed other Heisman candidates and brought the Heisman to College Station.
To conclude their season TAMU pounded Oklahoma in their Bowl game.
TAMU STEPPED OUT OF THE SHADOW OF THE 'LONGHORNS' TO OWN THE STATE OF TEXAS...
Lastly... TAMU beat us in Tuscaloosa. We played poorly, they played well.
Beating Alabama was something no one else accomplished.
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Florida, I think they had their Utah moment.
Due to the current workload, the light at the end of the tunnel will be temporarily turned off.
Went with A&M in the poll, BUT I thought Georgia did very well for themselves too.
No doubt, Texas A&M, and specifically Johnny Manziel and Kevin Sumlin. I hope they continue to do well in the SEC, just not well enough to ever beat us again.
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I guess I'm the only one impressed with Vandy winning 9 games for the first time since 1915.
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