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11-25-2012, 12:17 PM
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Originally Posted by Matthew View Post
Missouri: Southeastern Louisiana, Arizona State, at Central Florida, Syracuse

South Carolina: East Carolina, Alabama-Birmingham, Wofford, at Clemson.

Florida - Bowling Green, Louisiana-Lafayette, Jacksonville State, at Florida State

Alabama: Michigan at Arlington, Texas; Western Kentucky; Florida Atlantic; Western Carolina.

Mississippi: Central Arkansas, Texas-El Paso, Texas, Tulane.

Auburn = Clemson at Atlanta, Louisiana-Monroe, New Mexico State, Alabama A&M.

Vanderbilt: at Northwestern, Presbyterian, Massachusetts, at Wake Forest

Georgia: Buffalo, Florida Atlantic, Georgia Southern, Georgia Tech

Tennessee: North Carolina State at Atlanta, Georgia State, Akron, Troy.

LSU: North Texas, Washington, Idaho, Towson.

Kentucky: at Louisville, Kent State, Western Kentucky, Samford.

Arkansas: Jacksonville State, Louisiana-Monroe, Rutgers, Tulsa

Texas A&M: at Louisiana Tech, at SMU, South Carolina State, Sam Houston State

Miss. State: Jackson State, at Troy, South Alabama, Middle Tennessee


Special stats: that's 15 games against Div II teams. That's 5 games against "power schools". Only 9 total road games.
Those schedules are quite comparable to OSU. Overall, though, I still give a strong edge to the SEC as a league vs. the Big Whatever They're Going To Call Themselves. Just going on the games I've watched, there are still more quality teams in the SEC. My hope is that Urban Meyer has begun to change that and will drag the rest of the league along with him.

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