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|08-17-2013, 11:01 PM||#1|
Join Date: Nov 2010
Location: Rock Hill
opponents' schedules as we meet them
Have a question for the experts here:
What effect, if any, has the following on our meeting with these teams?
@ Georgia* - after they are @ Clemson, then get a Bye
Vanderbilt - after they host Austin Peay, then @ UMass
Kentucky - after they host Florida, then host Alabama
@ Arkansas - after they are @ Florida, then @ Alabama
@ Tennessee - after a Bye, then @ Alabama
@ Missouri (misery) - after they host Florida, then host Tennessee
Mississippi State** - after they host Kentucky, then @ Texas A & M
Florida - after they host Vanderbilt, then host Georgia Southern
*We have 9 days before meeting GA
**Mississippi State has 9 days before meeting us
note: two opponent Byes: GA after SC and TN before SC
I think some of these games facing our opponents is an advantage to the Gamecocks, but not sure.