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Should TCU be National Champs?

Posted on: November 22, 2009 5:59 pm
I knew LSU was overrated and now with the loss to Ole Miss they have proved it. As a matter of fact I think the whole SEC is over rated. The best team in college football beleive it or not is TCU. There is not a college in the top 10 that is not paranoid to play these guys. I think they would give Florida, Arkansas or Texas  all they could handle. They are a balanced team that plays all areas of the game well.(their kicking game is a little suspect). Their team is full of cast off runningbacks and athletes that have been turned into defensive animals. The offence can score by running or throwing the football, and is downright scary. These guys are a legitimite contenders for the National Championship and should be given a shot at it, in all fairness.
Category: NCAAF

Since: Oct 24, 2009
Posted on: January 9, 2010 2:31 pm

Should TCU be National Champs?

With the schedule they played and watching them against an average defense, they are lucky to be in the top 10 in any poll

Since: Dec 8, 2008
Posted on: January 5, 2010 4:07 pm

Should TCU be National Champs?

Dynamic Offense?  Dynamically bad last night.

Since: Nov 20, 2008
Posted on: December 7, 2009 5:28 pm

Should TCU be National Champs?

I agree that the big boys are afraid to play a TCU, Boise State or Utah  because they have had some very good teams and with the BCS the way it is you cannot afford any losses. This year TCU is the obvious team in this category followed by Boise State. Isn't it interesting that instead of putting TCU or Boise State against a Alabama, Texas, Cincinnati or even Florida the BCS cops out and repeats last years Bowl games and has them play each other. It was one of the best bowl games to watch last year but come one, give the each a chance to play the big boys and burst some bubbles. I believe that the BCS is afraid of some like that and forcing their hand to add the Mountain West Conference or a playoff system instead of this mess. TCU or Boise State could give Alabama a run just like Utah did last year. It's funny how that game gets covered up like it was a mistake but Utah came in and soundly beat them. THe good thing is that TCU only loses a few players and Dalton and company will be back next year. Watch out BCS, your bubble is going to pop sooner or later.

Since: Nov 1, 2009
Posted on: November 29, 2009 8:14 pm

Should TCU be National Champs?

k, i'm a cincy bearcat fan, the best case scenario for either the bearcats and tcu would be to play each other in a bcs bowl game, do I think cincy would beat tcu...yes, that being said even if my bearcats lost which is a good possibility, that game would steal alot of luster from the "NC" game, we're out of it and so is tcu but if the winner stole enough votes away from the winner of the "NC" game...who knows??? It could happen...let's hope. At least it would be a reason to debate a playoff sytem.

Since: Feb 7, 2009
Posted on: November 29, 2009 2:16 am

Should TCU be National Champs?

To be honest, no, TCU does not deserve to be national champions. You might think I'm just a bitter UT fan, but actually I shoot blood out of my eyes. I have a picture of LT as my desktop background. I'll heckle anyone I see wearing SMU gear, regardless of where I am... you get the picture.

I am also very realistic. The title should be fought between UT and the SEC champion. Could the Frogs beat UT or Florida or Bama? Very possible, yes. But I realize that that opportunity died when Alabama beat Auburn and Florida beat Florida State.
We DO deserve to be #3 after the SEC championship runner-up tallys their first loss. We will go down as one of the best teams to never play in a championship game, right alongside the '06 Boise State Broncos, '04 Auburn Tigers, and many others.

My two cents.

Since: Jan 1, 2007
Posted on: November 22, 2009 7:38 pm

Should TCU be National Champs?

As a Gator fan I agree. I'm not a believer in Cinncy or Boise State but TCU deserves a shot. Unlike other non BCS teams they boast a strong defense to compliment their dynamic offense. They are also clearly a well coached team and have been for years. What hurts teams like TCU is that they can only schedule so many marquis out of conference match-ups like Clemson. They have great wins but they also have wins against nothing teams as well. So when Florida beats Troy, FIU, etc. it's easy to point to similar wins by TCU. The SEC also has a championship game that gets lots of visibility in prime time from the coaches/writers that vote in the poles. One of these years a Boise or TCU will get to the NC game and win. That might be the push the BCS needs to have a three game format.

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