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If we played USuCk's schedule how many wins would we

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Posted: Jan 7, 2014 10:16 PM
 

have gotten?

I don't see us losing any games on their schedule. We beat Georgia, would have killed Tennessee.

Thoughts?


Re: If we played USuCk's schedule how many wins would we


Posted: Jan 7, 2014 10:23 PM
 

I actually think you could be on to something there, really.

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On the flip side, how many loses would they have playing our


Posted: Jan 7, 2014 10:26 PM
 

schedule?

At least 3, they proved they couldn't beat Georgia, they would get hammered by FSU and Ohio State alike... Georgia Tech would have given them problems as well.


Re: On the flip side, how many loses would they have playing our


Posted: Jan 8, 2014 2:33 PM
 

So we beat Clemson straight up, by two scores, for the fifth time in a row but would get "hammered" by OSU who you beat the very next game? Okey Dokey.

And FSU proved it wasn't "all that" against a team with a pulse. A great win no doubt but nowhere near the 40 point average against the ACC. So yeah, I'd think USC would be competitive in that game...don't know about a win though.

Georgia Tech? LMFAO.


Would have had to run the table to outperform them


Posted: Jan 7, 2014 10:27 PM
 

They beat us. Would we have been favored in every game?

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Re: Would have had to run the table to outperform them


Posted: Jan 7, 2014 10:28 PM
 

That's correct. We would have 1 loss to them. We would absolutely have been favored in every game.


Re: Would have had to run the table to outperform them


Posted: Jan 8, 2014 3:20 AM
 

I think UCF would have beaten you.

I think Mizz would have beaten you.

I think Georgia would have beaten you in Georgia.


we'll see about uga in athens next year.

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Posted: Jan 8, 2014 8:36 AM
 

i think we beat both mizzou and ucf. ohio state was better than both of those.

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Re: we'll see about uga in athens next year.


Posted: Jan 8, 2014 9:03 AM
 

Should be a good game.

I will be pulling for ya.


I reckon we'd have been in the SEC CG...


Posted: Jan 7, 2014 10:33 PM
 

I think we would have handled Tennessee, and we already whipped JawJaw. Mizzou would have been a fun game. So ... would we have usurped Bama for the Sugar? Probably not. We'd have just had to embarrass Wisconsin ... and we WOULD have embarrassed Wisconsin.

The Capons, meanwhile would have had fits with BC and certainly tumbled to FSU. They already lost to JawJaw, so give 'em a 9-3 Peach Bowl appearance, where A&M would have been a fun shootout.

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Re: I reckon we'd have been in the SEC CG...


Posted: Jan 7, 2014 10:51 PM
 

> I think we would have handled Tennessee, and we
> already whipped JawJaw. Mizzou would have been a fun
> game. So ... would we have usurped Bama for the
> Sugar? Probably not. We'd have just had to embarrass
> Wisconsin ... and we WOULD have embarrassed
> Wisconsin.
>
> The Capons, meanwhile would have had fits with BC and
> certainly tumbled to FSU. They already lost to
> JawJaw, so give 'em a 9-3 Peach Bowl appearance,
> where A&M would have been a fun shootout.

You always seem to magically get "great" right after our game with you ends. Go figure?????


Re: I reckon we'd have been in the SEC CG...


Posted: Jan 7, 2014 11:39 PM
 

well OSU beat wisconson nicely, so wht would you think we wouldn't slam them coot?
we beat the mess outta OSU actually & score isn't very indicative of the game (all the official's help).

now to us playing your schedule...?
i'd say the only team we'd lose to is...US!!!
the same Clemson team that beat ourselves in November already! no way there'd be another 6 turnovers given away again & we'd make up those 2 scores at least.

since our own game wouldn't be counted on the schedule, we'd play Auburn & Chad Morris's offense overtakes Malzahn's running attack & becomes the master, no longer the learner... ;)


Re: I reckon we'd have been in the SEC CG...


Posted: Jan 8, 2014 8:02 AM
 

> well OSU beat wisconson nicely, so wht would you
> think we wouldn't slam them coot?
> we beat the mess outta OSU actually & score isn't
> very indicative of the game (all the official's
> help).
>
> now to us playing your schedule...?
> i'd say the only team we'd lose to is...US!!!
> the same Clemson team that beat ourselves in November
> already! no way there'd be another 6 turnovers given
> away again & we'd make up those 2 scores at least.
>
> since our own game wouldn't be counted on the
> schedule, we'd play Auburn & Chad Morris's offense
> overtakes Malzahn's running attack & becomes the
> master, no longer the learner... ;)

Actually, Wisconsin lost to Ohio State by 7 which is a smaller margin than that coot-tiger score. Where do people get their facts around here. Football games are settled on the field. Speculation means nothing.


Re: I reckon we'd have been in the SEC CG...


Posted: Jan 8, 2014 9:01 AM
 

Oh my. And the Gamecocks beat you...

So if it's at all within the realm of possibilities - follow your own logic.


Just where is my prediction inflated by bias?


Posted: Jan 8, 2014 9:02 AM
 

11-2 with your schedule (losing to y'all and either Bama or Auburn) is entirely reasonable. Please show me where you think we would have stumbled in your season that I missed.

I'm always willing to learned, never willing to be dumped on.

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Re: Just where is my prediction inflated by bias?


Posted: Jan 8, 2014 11:53 AM
 

I'm just curious which college football teams you think could beat Clemson. It seems the majority of Clemson fans see their losses as a fluke and Carolina's losses as an indictment. Of course the same could be said if the scenario were reversed.

Yet the fact remains, Carolina's strength of schedule was far ahead of Clemson's. Now to be fair, Auburn's was far ahead of FSU's as well and we know how that turned out. Regardless, and I'd imagine it's perceived a cliché here. the weekly grind of the SEC is a reality.

Clemson has a #### good team, but I think the grind would wear on the Tigers (more injuries, more fatigue, more of a struggle to rise to the occasion).


I think we showed we can beat ourselves, so does that mean

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Posted: Jan 7, 2014 10:42 PM
 

We would win the last game of the season?


Re: I think we showed we can beat ourselves, so does that mean


Posted: Jan 7, 2014 11:43 PM
 

dang, i'm a slower typer i guess! lol...you beat me to the punch, but how about to the coot-slap???!!!


We would have ended up in the SEC championship


Posted: Jan 7, 2014 11:42 PM
 

I don't think we would have beaten Auburn, but it'd be a helluva game

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Re: We would have ended up in the SEC championship


Posted: Jan 7, 2014 11:44 PM
 

i think it'd be a true shootout!
depends on who the refs play for in this one!


4 or 5


Posted: Jan 8, 2014 1:11 AM
 

Losses: UNC, UCF, UGA, Mizzou, Vandy

Wins: Coastal, Kentucky, Arky

Toss ups: UF, UT, Mississippi State

6 wins at most


Re: 4 or 5

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Posted: Jan 8, 2014 3:24 AM
 

That is silly there (I am a USC fan).

Clemson is a solid team

Would they have beaten UCF/Mizz or GA in GA?

IONO

Would they have shown up every week? IONO...we didn't against Tenn.

But Clemson is a really good team.


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Posted: Jan 8, 2014 2:47 PM
 



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Well we definitely would have beaten ourselves***


Posted: Jan 8, 2014 1:19 AM
 



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Did you really just imply this Tiger team would lose to UNC & Vandy?!


Posted: Jan 8, 2014 1:25 AM
 

And Tennessee and Miss St. are toss ups?! Huh. Certainly hadn't looked at it like that. But then again, I don't do meth. Or whatever your on.


There was no implication

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Posted: Jan 8, 2014 1:30 AM
 

It was clearly stated.


He's just delusional


Posted: Jan 8, 2014 7:02 AM
 

We might have lost to UGA on the road AFTER SCar failed to win or beat them up in the first game of the season at home. Mizzou...weren't they without their starting QB? OSU was ranked in the top two a couple of weeks prior to the bowl game. Clemson beat them. Go figure coot logic.

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you should probably quit sniffin snow with ole george


Posted: Jan 8, 2014 1:46 AM
 

Cause what your saying is quite delusional. Nonetheless entertaining. But do be careful while your in Five Points tonight. And careful where you step, G.A. tweeted from there earlier and well... "that's not rain


You guys are idiots


Posted: Jan 8, 2014 1:57 AM
 

You play 7 jv teams a year. You don't play anyone physical aside from FSU and if you did play physical teams non stop all season then you wouldn't be so rested and such all year. And that doesn't even help you come game 12 anyway. I mean really how many games did you have to even use starters in the second half? But then when you play 2 or 3 physical teams you go to the wire and win aka Georgia and OSU, or you fold like a cheap tailgating chair with a cow sitting in it. Can you honestly be that delusional?


And ohio state beat


Posted: Jan 8, 2014 2:13 AM
 

Wisconsin by 7. I guess that is nicely. They held OSU to less yards as well. With 0 turnover help and even commited one of their own and still gave them a better run than you did USC. Know your facts kiddos


Re: If we played USuCk's schedule how many wins would we


Posted: Jan 8, 2014 3:25 AM
 

You really want to compare schedules?

USC Beat 3 teams that ENDED the season in the top 10. Clemson beat one team that ENDED the season in the top 25.

So enjoy your Orange bowl win. USC will enjoy the 5th win in a row and Clemson staring up at USC in the polls.


Re: If we played USuCk's schedule how many wins would we


Posted: Jan 8, 2014 3:37 AM
 

If you were playing this seasons schedule,
you would have probably the same number of wins and losses.
I think we might have lost one of those games (as they did) during that three game road schedule( Ark/Tenn/Miz)
and we would have lost to them in Columbia.
However ,if they had to play Bama,or Auburn,maybe even Vandy (which beat UGA)on the road,qnd depending on the situation we might have lost one or more of them.
Then again,we might have won them.
So ,imo,playing the exact same schedule,I think we would end up at 10-2 regular season.


Re: If we played USuCk's schedule how many wins would we

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Posted: Jan 8, 2014 5:55 AM
 

Clemson needs to start beating Carolina again before talking about their schedule.


Re: If we played USuCk's schedule how many wins would we


Posted: Jan 8, 2014 8:58 AM
 

Clemson would win them all by at least 3 touchdowns. Carolina on the other hand might have only beaten BC. Clemson is so much better! High 5!


Re: If we played USuCk's schedule how many wins would we


Posted: Jan 8, 2014 2:03 PM
 

> Clemson would win them all by at least 3 touchdowns.
> Carolina on the other hand might have only beaten
> en BC. Clemson is so much better! High 5!

If you are so much better, why are you unable to beat South Carolina ? If you are so much better, why are you unable to even stay within one score of South Carolina in any of the last five games ?


Re: If we played USuCk's schedule how many wins would we


Posted: Jan 8, 2014 11:56 AM
 

You certainly would have beaten the #### out of Clemson by double digits


We know you would have won the last game


Posted: Jan 8, 2014 2:36 PM
 

Apparently you already beat yourself in that one anyway.


we would have won them all but the last one***

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Posted: Jan 8, 2014 2:39 PM
 



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Interesting conjecture:


Posted: Jan 8, 2014 2:41 PM
 

Switch out the other 11 games, keep the head-to-head matchup at the end:

Should Win:
UNC
Vandy
Kentucky
Arkansas
Tennessee
Miss St
Florida
Coastal

Could Win/Could Lose:
@UGA
@UCF
@Mizzou

Did lose:
USC

So, 1 definite loss, and 3 possible. Just on likelihood, I'd say Clemson goes either 10-2 or 9-3 against USC's schedule in 2013.


How about if either team played Wazzu's schedule?


Posted: Jan 8, 2014 2:49 PM
 

Totally unrelated but interesting to ponder:

@ Auburn
@ Oregon
Washington
Stanford
USC
Oregon St.

Just curious to know somebody else's take on it. Again, I know it's irrelevant. Just a random what if...


Even in the ACC, the coots would've been left out of the BCS


Posted: Jan 8, 2014 3:34 PM
 

It's a good thing they didn't play Duke.


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