Tuesday, September 22, 2009

2010 Schedule

Has officially been released, not sure how long ago it was released but, FYI:
  • 9/4/10 ARKANSAS STATE
  • 9/11/10 @ Mississippi State
  • 9/18/10 CLEMSON
  • 9/25/10 SOUTH CAROLINA
  • 10/2/10 LOUISIANA MONROE
  • 10/9/10 @ Kentucky
  • 10/16/10 ARKANSAS
  • 10/23/10 LSU
  • 10/30/10 @ Ole Miss
  • 11/6/10 TENNESSEE-CHATTANOOGA
  • 11/13/10 GEORGIA
  • 11/26/10 @ Alabama

8 comments:

  1. Why is the LSU game so late? Isn't it usually earlier in the schedule on home years?

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  2. where is florida?? i thought we were in a 2 year rotation w/them and tennessee..did we sub in USC for them? if so, thats lame...

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  3. Florida will come after USC and when Kentucky goes off. Its the regular rotation.

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  4. Wish we were opening vs UCLA in Atlanta....did we ever get a straight answer on why we passed on that game?

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  5. Schedule was full and we didn't want to back out of a game with a university.

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  6. This kind of schedule is NOT going to get the attention of the national media or the pollsters. We need to schedule the likes of Penn State, USC, or Notre Dame.

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  7. if we beat clemson, SC, LSU, Georgia, and Alabama, AND the SEC east champion, and dont get the attention of the pollsters then its not our fault.

    seriously..we shouldn't have to schedule penn st, usc, or notre dame. if beating notre dame is what makes a great football team then half of division 1 should have the attention of the national media by now.

    we win the SEC undefeated or with 1 loss and we're fine. look at FLA, LSU, and if alabama wouldn't have choked last year they would have been there.

    we control our own destiny, we dont need to schedule a hundred top 5 teams.

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  8. I really believe scheduling is overrated. Clemson takes care of the out of conference debate. That really is all we need. Win the games! That's been our problem.

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