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RE: A Friendly Reminder About The Conference Format
(07-01-2020 09:37 AM)ncrdbl1 Wrote:  Only major concern this year, other than not even playing, would be us having our 3rd DC in 3 years.

While True, our defense hasn't been a strength for Norvells entire tenure here.

Likely nothing changes and the offense will have to carry the load.
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RE: A Friendly Reminder About The Conference Format
The conference will probably be decided by a road victory among us, Cincinnati or UCF. It would have been nice having those games at the end of the season, since we are breaking in a new head coach and a new DC. I would think that if there are any ties, we would have the advantage because of SOS. Depending on which services you look at, all 3 are going to be ranked very closely at the beginning of the season.
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