That nine-game conference schedule ain’t so tough after all.

Take note, Mike Slive and the rest of you SEC wussies.

About these ads

13 Comments

Filed under ACC Football

13 responses to “That nine-game conference schedule ain’t so tough after all.

  1. Go Dawgs!

    Wow. Rare good news from the expansion/scheduling front!

  2. Great for ticket season holders;but, other SEC teams will be playing “cupcakes” while the Dawgs play Clemson.
    When they win one more game than the Dawgs , I wonder what the reaction will be then.

    • Skeptic Dawg

      The easy answer: Man up and win the games on your schedule. Why duck solid competition? Especially when it is a traditional rival such as Clemson!

      • Nate Dawg

        The last time we played Clempson we did – ’02 SEC Champs, ’03 SEC Runner-up (East Champs). So bring it!!
        Remember that straight-up arse-whippin’ in ’03? Good times…

      • Bob

        Absolutely easy Skeptic. This is a no brainer. I am sick of Coastal Carolina and the like.

        I heard the show this morning, which btw is BY FAR the best on Atlanta Sports Talk Radio. The Clemson fans and coaches have made it very clear to the AD that they want to play, regardless of the 9 game schedule.

        • Skeptic Dawg

          I too am over Directional State U.! I fear the McGarity will back out of the Clemson game. He has too much Gaytor blood flowing through his veins, and he likes scheduling Southwest Cupcake State College.

          • Mayor of Dawgtown

            SD, you need to decide what it is you really want and who you really are. Go back and read some of your own posts. You can’t have it both ways.

            • Skeptic Dawg

              I am pretty certain (I have had a special brownie or two in my younger days) but I do not think I have ever flip flopped on the schedule issue. More major D-1 schools, fewer cupcakes.

      • Careful Brad

        I…agree…with…Skeptic Dawg.

        I think I need to lay down for a moment.

  3. Bevo

    Are these games with Clemson opening games?

    If so, I’m already worried about suspensions for college-like behavior.

    • Mayor of Dawgtown

      Both are openers. The ’13 game is at Clemson, a breech of Rule #1 of college football scheduling: “Never start the season on another team’s home field.”

  4. Hogbody Spradlin

    Now be fair Bluto. Clemson has been playing who (or whom) from the opposite division for 110 years?