South Florida?

Nov 2006
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No way. Most SEC teams would go undefeated with this schedule.
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If they think they are that good then next season have them play Clemson, Alabama and Ohio state in the first half of the season.
 
Jul 2013
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No way. Most SEC teams would go undefeated with this schedule.
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If they think they are that good then next season have them play Clemson, Alabama and Ohio state in the first half of the season.
They have some tougher schedules coming up...tough for these minor conference teams to get decent teams on their schedule if they are any good, most of the major power teams want creampuffs . Check out Alabama's non-conference teams..Louisville, Arkansas State, and The Citadel...

Future USF Football Schedules | 2019 | FBSchedules.com
 
Nov 2006
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Nothing wrong with a few creampuffs, it's college, you have to have some. I'd also love to see USF do well and play some tougher schools, they may become a real contender in yrs to come but they have to get some tougher teams on their schedule in order to do it.
 
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They have Texas(three different years), Wisconsin, NC State, and Florida on their future schedules at the link I posted.
 
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No way. Most SEC teams would go undefeated with this schedule.
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If they think they are that good then next season have them play Clemson, Alabama and Ohio state in the first half of the season.

They are undefeated, and GA Tech is usually not quite as bad as they are this year. They're probably one of the best teams in their conference, but I don't think they'd be competitive in a P-5 conference.
 

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No way. Most SEC teams would go undefeated with this schedule.
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If they think they are that good then next season have them play Clemson, Alabama and Ohio state in the first half of the season.
Clemson, Alabama and Ohio State are hard to schedule for teams like them. Because it's a no-win game for them. If Ohio State beats them, it's because they should have beat them. If they lose it's the kind of loss that can tank a team like Ohio State's whole season. That's why usually when the big schools schedule some smaller schools to warm up against, they won't schedule the good smaller schools. Boise State had that problem for a long time too.