Factoid of the day

Comes via Brett Edgerton of ESPN.com:

Didn’t a combined 90 points in that Georgia-LSU game look a little strange for a Southeastern Conference matchup? Well, it was. Not only had no game involving an SEC team this season totaled more than 72 points, but the shootout in Baton Rouge was only the fifth conference game in the 76-year history of the SEC — and first since 1995 — to get to 90 points in regulation.

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2 responses to “Factoid of the day

  1. NebraskaDawg

    It would be even more impressive had we won 90-0.

  2. Thomas Brown

    2008 O’Brien Semifinalists

    Sam Bradford SO Oklahoma Big 12

    Daryll Clark JR Penn State Big Ten

    Chase Daniel SR Missouri Big 12

    Max Hall JR BYU MWC

    Graham Harrell SR Texas Tech Big 12

    David Johnson SR Tulsa C-USA

    Colt McCoy JR Texas Big 12

    Todd Reesing JR Kansas Big 12

    Zac Robinson JR Oklahoma State Big 12

    Mark Sanchez JR USC Pac-10

    Matthew Stafford JR Georgia SEC

    Tim Tebow JR Florida SEC

    John Parker Wilson SR Alabama SEC

    There are 3 SEC Quarterbacks to only 1 Pathetic-10.

    There are 6 Big XII.

    There is 1 Big 10.

    There is 1 Mountain West and 1 Conference USA.

    13 of the best offenses in the nation who are led by Strong Quarterbacks.

    It remains true that, despite 90 points in this game, The SEC has by far the nation’s best defenses.

    And, the Big XII – who has the all-time worst record in BCS Games, all-time worst record in Bowl Games, and all-time worst record in the BCS National Championship Games – has by far the worst defenses in the nation.