Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by Ruffypup, Nov 27, 2012.
Am I nuts or is Eric the Actor an occult code used to remit information to NBC via Howard ?
i kinda liked the Eric torment today, felt like old times briefly
Someone's off their med's again
It seems that every situation Eric get himself identifies with Howard's situation.
LSU's non-conference wins include Towson, North Texas and Idaho. Very impressive.
Oh, and LSU beat Washington, which the Washington State Cougars -- one of the worst teams in the country -- beat in overtime last week. Very impressive.
Pulease! See signature.
Wait -- each SEC team plays 4 non-conference opponents.
So 6 teams x 4 = 24.
Where'd you get 55?
Ruff settle down.......As an SEC fan I'm ashamed of the the "Tomato can U's" And "Multi-directional States" That LSU, Alabama, And the other top tier schools line up for opponents....It's bullshit and shows when they run up against good programs......The Irish CAN beat 'Bama if not taken seriously........
SEC is broken into East/West divisions......Way more than six between the two........Honestly I don't know the out of conference record.....But I hate that it consists of bullshit programs......If they don't stop we'll be a bunch of Ohio States................
Is gary puppet harassing etm?
What I hate about the SEC is that teams rarely travel out of their region for non-conference games.
Well, with the exception of Tennessee (which played in the San Francisco Bay Area and Los Angeles in the past few years, and is going to play in Oregon) and LSU, which played in Washington.
I'd like to see Alabama play in Ohio or Michigan, or some place totally different.
It's also why I don't like the all-SEC National championship games. Hopefully it doesn't happen again this year.
National championship games should expose a team to a totalliy new team.
Having 2 teams from the same conference playing each other is like banging your cousin. They're too familiar with each other.
You saw that with Texas A&M and it's different offense befuddling the Crimson Tide.