Monday, July 21, 2008

All SEC pre-season team named

I'll go out on a limb and say more Dawgs make the list by the time the year ends. From The Telegraph:
Georgia may be a trendy pick to play for national title, but the Bulldogs don't have the most, or even the second-most, talent in their own conference, according to SEC coaches.

The conference released its coaches' preseason team Monday and LSU led the way with 14 selections. Florida was next with 10, and then came the Bulldogs, who had nine.

I've got $100 that says Rennie Curran (a pre-season third-teamer) is on the first team by season's end.


Anonymous said...

I'll go out on a limb and say with a brutal schedule this year... there will be a lot of disappointed dawg fans by the end of the year.

Lucid Idiocy said...

Remember where you were when you heard it folks: Anonymous guy on the internet says the Dawgs won't get it done.

Anonymous said...

Not getting it done is just what you guys do... like the CWS. I think they are a good team but anon 1 is correct.. that schedule is killer.

Anonymous said...

The schedule is killer. It is highly unlikely that the Dawgs run the table. If they did, it might be the greatest season by a team ever!

But based on what's happened in college football the past couple of years, the Dawgs could make it with 1 loss. Bottom line is you need some luck too.

Think Fresno St wasn't lucky?