Oh, wait I think I spelled misspelling wrong. Please don't report me for crimes against humanity.
I don't know when/why the ACC was brought into the debate. I've never mentioned it. I think the conference is garbage.
People keep asking; how can you say a conference is weakn when it has two teams in theTtop 10 and 4 total in the Top 25? And why are 2 of the top 8 Heisman candidates from the Big East if the conference sucks so bad? The answer is simple. It’s pretty easy to string together wins or ridiculous individual stats when competition sucks. This increases recognition and potential to win awards/move up in rankings, but it doesn’t mean a person/team/conference is as good as another. The top competition in college football exists down south, out west, and in patches of the
On the other hand, WV ranked 109 in pass defense in '06. Their entire secondary is returning in '07.They were ranked #13 in rush D last year, but they lost their top two lb's, and a couple d-lineman. Their defense is garbage. Against weaker teams they are alright. They can score the ball at will, and don't have to worry about teams with a lot of offensive fire punch. But if they play any good team from the SEC, PAC 10, or
My question still remains, could Louisville/WV really go undefeated or lose just one game if they played in the Big 10, SEC, or PAC 10?
I just think the answer is no. Too many teams from top to bottom that can win on any given day in the aforementioned conferences.
College football is all about speed. You learned that very fast if you’ve been watching the Irish the last couple years. WV and
Moreover, ND proved that they aren’t even ‘close’ with their performance in the BCS the last two years. Are you suggesting that either of the ND teams from the previous two years wouldn’t be favored to win the Big East Conference this year if they were participating? They would be, and they would most likely finish with a record of (11-1) (10-2), and then go on to get routed in the BCS by a team from the Pac 10, Big 10, or SEC. I see a similar fate for Louisville/WV if they make it to a BSC game because of their weak schedules.
The Big East is definitely a league moving in the right direction, but to suggest the conference is top 2 is just ridiculous. I really don't understand how people can come on here and comment without trying to hide their ridiculous bias. One’s not any less of a man for saying “I love my team/conference, and am going to defend it, but in all actuality I might be wrong.”
I'd feel like a douche if I was arguing for
I hope the spelling is alright on this one, I wouldn’t want minuscule detail to detract from my point.