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How many SEC teams would have run the table on the ND schedule??

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Only 2 of those teams are halfway dangerous - OU and Stanford.  OU is perhaps the most underachieving team in the past decade and hasn't had a signature win in how many years?  Not too worried about our top 6 teams playing them.  Stanford is the most like an SEC team in style of play, but they have the depth to step up big once, maybe twice, a season.  They could go bare knuckles with 1 of our top 6, but I don't see them getting it done more than once.

USC, MSU, and UM would get prison raped by our top 6, and Pitt would take none of them into triple overtime.

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Would love to see Bama show ND what a real defense is. Would love to see Bama sexually abuse ND Catholic Church style.