Friday, November 4, 2011

Missouri Has Fared Much Better Against SEC Than Texas AM

And why not after they beat the Aggies in College Station last Saturday?

The Tigers recruit a lot of players from Texas and somehow they seem to get better ones than the home state Aggies (or they are just better coached)

If it wasn't for a few epic beat downs this season of UCLA, Texas AM would re assume their spot at the top of my most under achieving football programs list.

But back to Missouri in their new (ahem) conference

Missouri has met SEC teams 29 times and holds a 20-8-1 record for a .696 winning percentage.
 
"The Tigers have winning records against nine SEC schools: Alabama (2-1), Arkansas (3-2), Auburn (1-0), Florida (1-0), LSU (1-0), Mississippi State (2-0), Ole Miss (5-1), South Carolina (2-0), Vanderbilt (2-1-1). They have a losing record against Georgia (0-1)Kentucky (1-2), and no history against Tennessee (0-0)."

The Aggies have not fared nearly as well, but could not wait to get out of the Big 12 and out of the shadow of the Longhorns.

"The Aggies have a winning record against 3 SEC schools: Ole Miss (4-0), Georgia (3-2), and Auburn (2-0). They have a losing record against 4 SEC schools: Arkansas (24-40-3), LSU (20-27-3), Alabama (1-3), and Tennessee (0-2). The Aggies have not played South Carolina or Vandy and hold tie records against Florida (1-1), Kentucky (1-1), and Miss State (2-2)."

via: Auburn Blog Track Em Tigers: Texas A&M and Missouri's History vs. the SEC

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