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10-18-2007 06:29 PM #31
I do have a question for you... How many more seasons in a row with 3-6 losses do you give FSU/Miami before considering that they've slipped to the point of no longer being the elite program they used to be?
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10-18-2007 06:51 PM #32
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WVU certainly has done better the last 3 years, but I don't consider them an elite program, and I'll take Miami's future over their's. Not sure about FSU because of what I said in my last post.
Having a great 3 year run does not make a program elite, many schools are very good to great in the short run, showing you can mantain success for a longer period of time makes a program elite imo.
10-18-2007 07:02 PM #33
10-18-2007 07:27 PM #34
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10-18-2007 09:00 PM #36
IMO, it all comes down to the quality of the coach running the program.
08-31-2008 03:06 PM #37
Thought it would be appropriate to continue this thread where we left off.
NC State 0
S. Carolina 34
Virginia Tech 22
E. Carolina 27
With Clemson and VT losing, that should effectively eliminate the ACC from any discussion involving the National Championship....not that they were ever really in the discussion to begin with.
09-14-2008 02:24 AM #38
A bit of a bounce-back week for the ACC, with MD and UNC getting big OOC victories and even lowly Duke beat a perennial bowl team in Navy. UVA's humiliating loss at UConn was bad, but UVA might be the worst team in the ACC this year.
On the other hand, it was horrid day for the Pac 10 despite USC's big win.....
New Mex. 36
And Oregon needed overtime to escape Purdue with a win....and they lost yet another starting QB.