Topic: According to the pundits
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According to the pundits

Posted: Sep 30, 2015 12:19 PM

-Clemson can't hang with the Gold Domers.

-The irish are just too big, too strong, too fast, too tall, and too good on the offensive and defensive line.

-Further, because they lost a heartbreaker on the road last year to fsu, they will most definitely win this one.

-Deshaun is average(after the Louisville game) and we just don't have the receivers that jesus-toast has.

-Our defensive line is too young.

-Our offensive line is a patch work.

-Clemson isn't ready for the moment.(because they got throttled by fsu TWO YEARS AGO)

-Clemson hasn't played anybody.

etc... etc.. etc.

Does that about sum it up?

I really hope all the ignorance is fuel for the fire.

People will find out about Clemson on Saturday.

The "experts" proclaiming a blowout are complete idiots IMO.

I think I will have to cut the feed until Saturday. I can't stand to hear any more of their foolish poormouthing.

Go Tigers! Let the play on the field do the talking for you.

Re: According to the pundits

Posted: Sep 30, 2015 1:36 PM

Logan Thomas was really tall also

According to ESPiN's metric the FPI...

Posted: Sep 30, 2015 1:42 PM

we have a 54% chance of winning this game. It behooves me that they prove the SEC is the best conference in football with the FPI then ignore it's application to this game.

Maybe deep down in their heart they know what we know, the FPI is BS and has nothing to do with predicting a game. Yet somehow, they still have their butts stuffed full of their heads.

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FPI is supposed to be only good for one game

Posted: Sep 30, 2015 2:22 PM

and not for sizing up conferences or an entire season. But tons of ESPN folks like to use it as the everything measure.

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