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Discussion in 'Scott & Wes Frog Fan Forum' started by Moose Stuff, Jan 14, 2020.
..... just one man’s list. #17 is interesting.
I’m fairly certain the SEC West won’t finish 3, 4, 5, 6 (and 25). Mostly, I’m just glad that Texas isn’t back.
Iowa State #10?? Wow.
They lose their two best WRs and 4 starting O-lineman, plus I think 4 starters on defense, including I believe what were considered their two best defensive players. They've kind of gone from a team that is a little underappreciated to overrated very quickly IMO.
For the record, I understand if people are kind of ridiculing us being at #17 too. And I know it's just one man's opinion but I do see ISU up there in a few of these.
Yeah, not even sure that's possible to FINISH in that order.
How can we be ranked ahead of Okie State? That is surprising. How can we be ranked at all after last seasons performance? Odd.
I don’t think he’s predicting them to finish in that order.
At the risk of being a broken record, TCU was not that far off last year from posting a decent record. Not making excuses but 3 more wins was very achievable. That's what I think he is saying and building for 2020.
Early Vegas odds put us 8th in terms of winning the Big 12, from what I saw on the twitters.
I’d bet a lot of money we don’t finish 8th (or worse). We’ll finish ahead of Tech, Kansas, and Baylor at the very least.
I hear you and agree but the odds were strictly odds to win the conference, not so much a ranking of conference order.
Easily my favorite current Frog.
No Baylor. All is well.
I mean OK, if you’re gonna beg I guess I’ll say it...... scheiss Baylor.
aggy at 6?
Getting that sucker cranked up early, I see.
Yep. We lost six one-score games; Iowa St was the only loss by more than 8, and that was a bit of an outlier. With a bit more efficiency on offense (a QB with a year of seasoning under his belt will help as will a WR coach that can actually coach WRs) and a few less mistakes... we aren't that far from 8-10 wins. Add in LHCGMFP's pattern of 10 wins immediately following losing seasons and five conference home games, and there is reason for hope in 2020.
We also beat Tech by 2, Purdue without their QB and Pine Bluff whatever.
FYI-Cumbie is still calling the plays.
I think this is true but I still think that TCU was bad in 2019. Also, the OU game was close but it shouldn't have been - we were dominated and the close score was very fluky.
I can see TCU being kind of good (top 25-ish) if Duggan makes a huge leap (not unreasonable), the young running backs are good (seems likely), the receivers start catching balls that hit them in both hands (has to happen at some point, right?) and we have some happy surprises on the offensive line and defensive end (now things are starting to get unlikely). Plus Cumbie is still OC.
Ya I believe this was made before Chuba Hubbard and Tylan Wallace decided to come back another year. They would probably be ranked high if that had been the case before the ranking came out
The only thing that would make that better is sheep in all the cars.
We also have a favorable home schedule. Gary will get things turned around. Some of you guys will probably be upset though. If you can’t whine about things because we are winning you’ll whine about how crappy the wins are.