But here's how my pea-sized brain works (notice it's pea-sized and not bean sized so maybe that's why I can't grasp the complexities of Magic Mitt Beans). If a little guy school who has no business thinking it could waltz into Knoxville under ideal conditions for the home team and even have the slimmest chance of winning can pound out close to 400 yards of offense while converting 55% of their third downs and controlling the ball for almost 33 minutes despite having 7 turnovers, then Oregon might very well put up 800 yards and 60+ pts against the Vols in Autzen Stadium. Truthfully if the Vols only beat little guy school by 32 pts despite being gift wrapped 31 pts in a four minute span to end the first quarter, then it's tough seeing Tennessee playing in a bowl this year. But you're the expert.
Out of all of the arguments you could've made to support your point, you chose to make one of the weakest one's possible. I'm doing you a solid by defending your program for you despite the bloodletting that will ensue in Knoxville over the next month and you're still arguing with me.
The Longhorns probably need to go 10-2 to save Mack Brown. He's about to discover the meaning of forced retirement.
Kiffen might only be able to be an OC after this year with hiw he has run USC into the ground.
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Who has a better chance of going to a bowl game- that "doormat PAC 12" team or the mighty Vols?