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September 21, 2005, 01:09 PM

I saw this same Question on cold pizza this moring, but I wanted to hear from the .NET crew. Can USC beat a NFL team?? they scored 70 against there last team. I know NCAA and NFL are different. But USC has a bunch of weapons!!


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Can USC beat a NFL team?? they scored 70 against there last team. I know NCAA and NFL are different. But USC has a bunch of weapons!!
debatable, however, which NFL team should be specified and a clarification of which ruleset to follow (NFL or NCAA). Under NFL rules and against the NFL elite, like my STEELERS or rddy's Patriots, they'd get 0wn3d.


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I think they could take a team like the 49ers....
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i think the biggest difference would be defense. The defensive schemes in the NFL are way more complex and advanced then the NCAA. The average QB in NCAA I-A football sees maybe two different looks with a few different blitz packages.

A NFL QB sees a ton of different looks all with a plethora of blitz packages.

Offensively, I think USC can hang (talent for talent) but once they USC offense has to go up against an NFL defense (not including the Browns or Vikings ) they would be overwhelmed.


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i think the biggest difference would be defense. The defensive schemes in the NFL are way more complex and advanced then the NCAA. The average QB in NCAA I-A football sees maybe two different looks with a few different blitz packages.

A NFL QB sees a ton of different looks all with a plethora of blitz packages.

Offensively, I think USC can hang (talent for talent) but once they USC offense has to go up against an NFL defense (not including the Browns or Vikings ) they would be overwhelmed.
this is the only reason the Washington Foreskins would have a chance against USC


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September 21, 2005, 01:38 PM

Who have they played, nobody it is easy for them to go undeated for the last two years. You can take the worst nfl team and they will dominate the game. The college system for who plays who and how they determine number 1 is f@k up.!!!!!!!



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The question has been asked many times before and the answer is always the same...

no NCAA team will beat any NFL squad...doesn't matter which teams are involved. It generally takes years for the top talent in the NCAA to develope in the pros and very few college coaches have had successful transitions to the NFL.

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F'n pass interference call! VT should have beat them last year.
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No way will any NCAA team beat any NFL team.

You're looking at guys that are 18-22ish years old (unless you go to FSU in which case it can be all the way to 88 years old) vs guys in the pros that are anywhere from 22 to 40s with YEARS of experience (and weight training and experience).

I'd like to see it though... see how many of the NCAA team members get layed out and broken.


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i think the biggest difference would be defense. The defensive schemes in the NFL are way more complex and advanced then the NCAA. The average QB in NCAA I-A football sees maybe two different looks with a few different blitz packages.

A NFL QB sees a ton of different looks all with a plethora of blitz packages.

Offensively, I think USC can hang (talent for talent) but once they USC offense has to go up against an NFL defense (not including the Browns or Vikings ) they would be overwhelmed.
First, excellent use of the word plethora. Woody and Jagule will be very proud!

Secondly, +1 on the post. The defensive schemes (not to mention the offensive schemes) are MUCH more advanced in the NFL than in college. I know Matt Leinert is a great quarterback, but not many QB's come into the NFL, start right away, and make an impact. It just doesn't happen anymore. Even the worst NFL team would beat them. Putting up 70 on Arkansas isn't something to be proud of. That game was so bad, I got a call midway through Q2 to come in and play QB.


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lets see,
NFL = pro players(even the crappiest players were once real good in college)
College= some will become Pro and about the other 80% will become Al Bundy's and get married and will become shoe salesman.
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lets see,
NFL = pro players(even the crappiest players were once real good in college)
College= some will become Pro and about the other 80% will become Al Bundy's and get married and will become shoe salesman.
nuff said
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September 22, 2005, 09:20 AM

agreed with most, esp svsR. USC would get their fudge packed by an AFL, or even a Euro football team.


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