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Discussion in 'RayGator's Swamp Gas' started by bgator85, Aug 30, 2013.

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    How is it that we are dominating the NE like that?
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    Wow. Texas and Nebraska freaking own Flyover USA.
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    Gator Nation truly is everywhere.
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    Are those Gator fans in Maine, Tenn, NY/New England, and NC?
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    Of the top 25 we're one of the few public ivys. I imagine many of our alumni go north for work and the yanks up there who come down here for winter take our football back up there with them.
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    Yes. Surprisingly dominate considering that is typically considered Notre Dame territory.
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    This kinda puts a huge dent tin the Null theory that they are a more national brand than us. Those clowns can't even brand a 1/4 of the panhandle.
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    Wow, that's really cool.

    Go Gators!
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    :wave:
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    I can't take credit as I don't FB.

    CFB is such a non factor up here, it wouldn't take many likes to turn the tables.
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    Oregon. Wow. Most acreage?
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    Bit of a surprise Stanford and UCLA can't compete.
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    Also swallowing up OSU.

    It's like 2006 all over again.
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    By a ton, but only because they have almost all of Alaska. It looks pretty close between Oregon and Texas for king of the lower 48.


    I'd say UF probably has the most population for us. We have about 18 million just from Florida, plus most of the populous Northeast, including Boston, New York, looks like Philly, etc.
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    They have three more counties than they would if they were unranked.
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    I find it hard to believe Utah and BYU do not appear in the state of Utah. Something is off...
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    Mississippi doesn't even show up in their own state???
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    Top 25 teams only.
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    Ok. Makes a little more sense.

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