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Oh you know that when they say "big impression", they really meant an offer of 100,000 dollars or more. No way does a dude commit to Indiana after considering Notre Dame and Vandy, then just all of the sudden commits to LSU out of nowhere without getting a big fat under the table check.

"When I went to Lousiana, it was just awesome."

Uh huh, right.

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Oh you know that when they say "big impression", they really meant an offer of 100,000 dollars or more. No way does a dude commit to Indiana after considering Notre Dame and Vandy, then just all of the sudden commits to LSU out of nowhere without getting a big fat under the table check.

"When I went to Lousiana, it was just awesome."

Uh huh, right.

I'm thinking the prospective football player was accompanied on campus by a young, big-breasted Cajun co-ed that "loves to have a good time".

I almost went to Ole Miss because of one Saturday afternoon spent with a lovely brunette at The Grove.....

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The SEC has finally announced it's 2012 conference schedule.

Courtesy of Mr. SEC:

ALABAMA ? Foes? wins 2008-2011: 239

Sept. 15: at Arkansas (33)

Sept. 29: OLE MISS (24)

Oct. 13: at Missouri (35)

Oct. 20: at Tennessee (23)

Oct. 27: MISSISSIPPI STATE (24)

Nov. 3: at LSU (41)

Nov. 10: TEXAS A&M (25)

Nov. 24: AUBURN (34)

ARKANSAS ? Foes? wins 2008-2011: 253

Sept. 15: ALABAMA (47)

Sept. 29: vs. Texas A&M (25) (listed as ?vs? as though it still might be played in Arlington, but it?s expected Arkansas will go to Texas A&M)

Oct. 6: at Auburn (34)

Oct. 13: KENTUCKY (25)

Oct. 27: OLE MISS (24)

Nov. 10: at South Carolina (33)

Nov. 17: at Mississippi State (24)

Nov. 24: LSU (41)

AUBURN ? Foes? wins 2008-2011: 245

Sept. 8: at Mississippi State (24)

Sept. 22: LSU (41)

Oct. 6: ARKANSAS (33)

Oct. 13: at Ole Miss (24)

Oct. 20: at Vanderbilt (17)

Oct. 27: TEXAS A&M (25)

Nov. 10: GEORGIA (34)

Nov. 24: at Alabama (47)

FLORIDA ? Foes? wins 2008-2011: 233

Sept. 8: at Texas A&M (25)

Sept. 15: at Tennessee (23)

Sept. 22: KENTUCKY (25)

Oct. 6: LSU (41)

Oct. 13: at Vanderbilt (17)

Oct. 20: SOUTH CAROLINA (33)

Oct. 27: vs. Georgia (34) (listed as ?vs? but Florida is designated as the ?road? team this year in Jacksonville)

Nov. 3: MISSOURI (35)

GEORGIA ? Foes? wins 2008-2011: 231

Sept. 8: at Missouri (35)

Sept. 22: VANDERBILT (17)

Sept. 29: TENNESSEE (23)

Oct. 6: at South Carolina (33)

Oct. 20: at Kentucky (25)

Oct. 27: vs. Florida (40) (listed as ?vs? but Georgia is designated as the ?home? team this year in Jacksonville)

Nov. 3: OLE MISS (24)

Nov. 10: at Auburn (34)

KENTUCKY ? Foes? wins 2008-2011: 239

Sept. 22: at Florida (40)

Sept. 29: SOUTH CAROLINA (33)

Oct. 6: MISSISSIPPI STATE (24)

Oct. 13: at Arkansas (33)

Oct. 20: GEORGIA (34)

Oct. 27: at Missouri (35)

Nov. 3: VANDERBILT (17)

Nov. 24: at Tennessee (23)

LSU ? Foes? wins 2008-2011: 267

Sept. 22: at Auburn (41)

Oct. 6: at Florida (40)

Oct. 13: SOUTH CAROLINA (33)

Oct. 20: at Texas A&M (25)

Nov. 3: ALABAMA (47)

Nov. 10: MISSISSIPPI STATE (24)

Nov. 17: OLE MISS (24)

Nov. 24: at Arkansas (33)

OLE MISS ? Foes? wins 2008-2011: 232

Sept. 29: at Alabama (24)

Oct. 6: TEXAS A&M (25)

Oct. 13: AUBURN (34)

Oct. 27: at Arkansas (33)

Nov. 3: at Georgia (34)

Nov. 10: VANDERBILT (17)

Nov. 17: at LSU (41)

Nov. 24: MISSISSIPPI STATE (24)

MISSISSIPPI STATE ? Foes? wins 2008-2011: 252

Sept. 8: AUBURN (34)

Oct. 6: at Kentucky (25)

Oct. 13: TENNESSEE (23)

Oct. 27: at Alabama (47)

Nov. 3: TEXAS A&M (25)

Nov. 10: at LSU (41)

Nov. 17: ARKANSAS (33)

Nov. 24: at Ole Miss (24)

MISSOURI ? Foes? wins 2008-2011: 244

Sept. 8: GEORGIA (34)

Sept. 22: at South Carolina (33)

Oct. 6: VANDERBILT (17)

Oct. 13: ALABAMA (47)

Oct. 27: KENTUCKY (25)

Nov. 3: at Florida (40)

Nov. 10: at Tennessee (23)

Nov. 24: at Texas A&M (25)

SOUTH CAROLINA ? Foes? wins 2008-2011: 248

Aug. 30: at Vanderbilt (17)

Sept. 22: MISSOURI (35)

Sept. 29: at Kentucky (25)

Oct. 6: GEORGIA (34)

Oct. 13: at LSU (41)

Oct. 20: at Florida (40)

Oct. 27: TENNESSEE (23)

Nov. 10: ARKANSAS (33)

TENNESSEE ? Foes? wins 2008-2011: 255

Sept. 15: FLORIDA (40)

Sept. 29: at Georgia (34)

Oct. 13: at Mississippi State (24)

Oct. 20: ALABAMA (47)

Oct. 27: at South Carolina (33)

Nov. 10: MISSOURI (35)

Nov. 17: at Vanderbilt (17)

Nov. 24: KENTUCKY (25)

TEXAS A&M ? Foes? wins 2008-2011: 278

Sept. 8: FLORIDA (40)

Sept. 29: vs. Arkansas (33) (listed as ?vs? as though it still might be played in Arlington, but it?s expected Texas A&M will host Arkansas)

Oct. 6: at Ole Miss (24)

Oct. 20: LSU (41)

Oct. 27: at Auburn (34)

Nov. 3: at Mississippi State (24)

Nov. 10: at Alabama (47)

Nov. 24: MISSOURI (35)

VANDERBILT ? Foes? wins 2008-2011: 248

Aug. 30: SOUTH CAROLINA (33)

Sept. 22: at Georgia (34)

Oct. 6: at Missouri (35)

Oct. 13: FLORIDA (40)

Oct. 20: AUBURN (34)

Nov. 3: at Kentucky (25)

Nov. 10: at Ole Miss (24)

Nov. 17: TENNESSEE (23)

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The SEC has finally announced it's 2012 conference schedule.

Courtesy of Mr. SEC:

ALABAMA ? Foes? wins 2008-2011: 239

Sept. 15: at Arkansas (33)

Sept. 29: OLE MISS (24)

Oct. 13: at Missouri (35)

Oct. 20: at Tennessee (23)

Oct. 27: MISSISSIPPI STATE (24)

Nov. 3: at LSU (41)

Nov. 10: TEXAS A&M (25)

Nov. 24: AUBURN (34)

ARKANSAS ? Foes? wins 2008-2011: 253

Sept. 15: ALABAMA (47)

Sept. 29: vs. Texas A&M (25) (listed as ?vs? as though it still might be played in Arlington, but it?s expected Arkansas will go to Texas A&M)

Oct. 6: at Auburn (34)

Oct. 13: KENTUCKY (25)

Oct. 27: OLE MISS (24)

Nov. 10: at South Carolina (33)

Nov. 17: at Mississippi State (24)

Nov. 24: LSU (41)

AUBURN ? Foes? wins 2008-2011: 245

Sept. 8: at Mississippi State (24)

Sept. 22: LSU (41)

Oct. 6: ARKANSAS (33)

Oct. 13: at Ole Miss (24)

Oct. 20: at Vanderbilt (17)

Oct. 27: TEXAS A&M (25)

Nov. 10: GEORGIA (34)

Nov. 24: at Alabama (47)

FLORIDA ? Foes? wins 2008-2011: 233

Sept. 8: at Texas A&M (25)

Sept. 15: at Tennessee (23)

Sept. 22: KENTUCKY (25)

Oct. 6: LSU (41)

Oct. 13: at Vanderbilt (17)

Oct. 20: SOUTH CAROLINA (33)

Oct. 27: vs. Georgia (34) (listed as ?vs? but Florida is designated as the ?road? team this year in Jacksonville)

Nov. 3: MISSOURI (35)

GEORGIA ? Foes? wins 2008-2011: 231

Sept. 8: at Missouri (35)

Sept. 22: VANDERBILT (17)

Sept. 29: TENNESSEE (23)

Oct. 6: at South Carolina (33)

Oct. 20: at Kentucky (25)

Oct. 27: vs. Florida (40) (listed as ?vs? but Georgia is designated as the ?home? team this year in Jacksonville)

Nov. 3: OLE MISS (24)

Nov. 10: at Auburn (34)

KENTUCKY ? Foes? wins 2008-2011: 239

Sept. 22: at Florida (40)

Sept. 29: SOUTH CAROLINA (33)

Oct. 6: MISSISSIPPI STATE (24)

Oct. 13: at Arkansas (33)

Oct. 20: GEORGIA (34)

Oct. 27: at Missouri (35)

Nov. 3: VANDERBILT (17)

Nov. 24: at Tennessee (23)

LSU ? Foes? wins 2008-2011: 267

Sept. 22: at Auburn (41)

Oct. 6: at Florida (40)

Oct. 13: SOUTH CAROLINA (33)

Oct. 20: at Texas A&M (25)

Nov. 3: ALABAMA (47)

Nov. 10: MISSISSIPPI STATE (24)

Nov. 17: OLE MISS (24)

Nov. 24: at Arkansas (33)

OLE MISS ? Foes? wins 2008-2011: 232

Sept. 29: at Alabama (24)

Oct. 6: TEXAS A&M (25)

Oct. 13: AUBURN (34)

Oct. 27: at Arkansas (33)

Nov. 3: at Georgia (34)

Nov. 10: VANDERBILT (17)

Nov. 17: at LSU (41)

Nov. 24: MISSISSIPPI STATE (24)

MISSISSIPPI STATE ? Foes? wins 2008-2011: 252

Sept. 8: AUBURN (34)

Oct. 6: at Kentucky (25)

Oct. 13: TENNESSEE (23)

Oct. 27: at Alabama (47)

Nov. 3: TEXAS A&M (25)

Nov. 10: at LSU (41)

Nov. 17: ARKANSAS (33)

Nov. 24: at Ole Miss (24)

MISSOURI ? Foes? wins 2008-2011: 244

Sept. 8: GEORGIA (34)

Sept. 22: at South Carolina (33)

Oct. 6: VANDERBILT (17)

Oct. 13: ALABAMA (47)

Oct. 27: KENTUCKY (25)

Nov. 3: at Florida (40)

Nov. 10: at Tennessee (23)

Nov. 24: at Texas A&M (25)

SOUTH CAROLINA ? Foes? wins 2008-2011: 248

Aug. 30: at Vanderbilt (17)

Sept. 22: MISSOURI (35)

Sept. 29: at Kentucky (25)

Oct. 6: GEORGIA (34)

Oct. 13: at LSU (41)

Oct. 20: at Florida (40)

Oct. 27: TENNESSEE (23)

Nov. 10: ARKANSAS (33)

TENNESSEE ? Foes? wins 2008-2011: 255

Sept. 15: FLORIDA (40)

Sept. 29: at Georgia (34)

Oct. 13: at Mississippi State (24)

Oct. 20: ALABAMA (47)

Oct. 27: at South Carolina (33)

Nov. 10: MISSOURI (35)

Nov. 17: at Vanderbilt (17)

Nov. 24: KENTUCKY (25)

TEXAS A&M ? Foes? wins 2008-2011: 278

Sept. 8: FLORIDA (40)

Sept. 29: vs. Arkansas (33) (listed as ?vs? as though it still might be played in Arlington, but it?s expected Texas A&M will host Arkansas)

Oct. 6: at Ole Miss (24)

Oct. 20: LSU (41)

Oct. 27: at Auburn (34)

Nov. 3: at Mississippi State (24)

Nov. 10: at Alabama (47)

Nov. 24: MISSOURI (35)

VANDERBILT ? Foes? wins 2008-2011: 248

Aug. 30: SOUTH CAROLINA (33)

Sept. 22: at Georgia (34)

Oct. 6: at Missouri (35)

Oct. 13: FLORIDA (40)

Oct. 20: AUBURN (34)

Nov. 3: at Kentucky (25)

Nov. 10: at Ole Miss (24)

Nov. 17: TENNESSEE (23)

I think it's safe to say that the SEC really likes Georgia (as in not giving them either LSU or Alabama two years straight).

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I think it's safe to say that the SEC really likes Georgia (as in not giving them either LSU or Alabama two years straight).

It's funny you mention that because my dad and I were just talking about the same thing. It's been noted that these schedules are just for 2012 and in 2013 they might look completely different. I've noticed that's been emphasized in everything I've read. One team will lose their cross-division rival, not sure how the rest will work out.

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I think it's safe to say that the SEC really likes Georgia (as in not giving them either LSU or Alabama two years straight).

It's funny you mention that because my dad and I were just talking about the same thing. It's been noted that these schedules are just for 2012 and in 2013 they might look completely different. I've noticed that's been emphasized in everything I've read. One team will lose their cross-division rival, not sure how the rest will work out.

Doesn't not playing them make more sense though? You would miss the same teams for two consecutive years to adjust for the home/home that you would have if you did play them in cross-divisional games.

The fact that they keep it at eight conference games illustrates that the conference does not want to have an additional seven loses for its membership and giving $1M/game to either a Sun Belt, WAC, or FCS opponent is more important. That possible win is more possible with an OCC opponent.

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I think it's safe to say that the SEC really likes Georgia (as in not giving them either LSU or Alabama two years straight).

It's funny you mention that because my dad and I were just talking about the same thing. It's been noted that these schedules are just for 2012 and in 2013 they might look completely different. I've noticed that's been emphasized in everything I've read. One team will lose their cross-division rival, not sure how the rest will work out.

Doesn't not playing them make more sense though? You would miss the same teams for two consecutive years to adjust for the home/home that you would have if you did play them in cross-divisional games.

The fact that they keep it at eight conference games illustrates that the conference does not want to have an additional seven loses for its membership and giving $1M/game to either a Sun Belt, WAC, or FCS opponent is more important. That possible win is more possible with an OCC opponent.

The SEC won't give up the Cross-Division Rival thing. The reason I believe that is how it became such an issue with Missouri joining the conference. Alabama refused to let Missouri join the west and have Auburn move to the east because then it meant it either had to give up it's rivalry with Tennessee or Auburn something Bama did not want to do at all. There's also the fact how important some of these rivalries are to the students. I have first hand knowledge to tell you it's a big deal when Florida and LSU play and to lose that guaranteed game every year would be quite a disappointment. There's talk that after this coming year (2012), Arkansas and South Carolina will no longer play as cross-division rivals. South Carolina would add Texas A&M and Missouri will play Arkansas.

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Oh you know that when they say "big impression", they really meant an offer of 100,000 dollars or more. No way does a dude commit to Indiana after considering Notre Dame and Vandy, then just all of the sudden commits to LSU out of nowhere without getting a big fat under the table check.

"When I went to Lousiana, it was just awesome."

Uh huh, right.

No :censored:ing clue why he ever considered going to Bloomington. After he decommitted though, LSU was always a choice...

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