Originally Posted by WolverineFan
So Baylor averaging 61 point per game isn't good offense. Therefore, Oklahoma State holding them to 17 points isn't good defense.
Likewise, Oregon averaging 50+ points per game isn't good offense. Therefore, Stanford shutting them out for 3 quarters isn't good defense.
Meanwhile, A&M giving up 40+ points to Auburn, Mississippi State, and Alabama and 30+ to Ole Miss, LSU, and Arkansas is because of great offense. Oh yea 31 against Rice too. But hey, they have a great SEC offense as well......
I think we're done here. I have a threshold for debate and I think we've reached it. No need to continue further with the drivel you're spouting.
You're cherry picking. I never said there weren't good Defenses other than the SEC. And I never said there weren't good offenses outside of the SEC. I did reference overall that the SEC as a conference was better defensively collectively. Granted A&M D is pitiful, no denying that, I have said it many times but A&M more of the exception than the norm. As for Stanford, I had them as my preseason pick to be in the National Championship game vs Alabama. For the last two years I have been a strong proponent for David Shaw to be the next HC of the Texans and stated many times how Shaw has his team ready to play in all 3 phases of the game, week in and week out. In some of your cherry picking, weather has also played a pretty good defense but don't let that stop you. Advantage Teddy???