Texas A&M Aggies Daily Blitz – 8/12/21 – What The USA Today Coaches Poll Got Right And Wrong

The USA Today Coaches preseason poll is as meaningless as a spring football game, but it creates a few talking points. – The Aggies Daily Blitz Podcast
The USA Today Preseason College Football Coaches Poll was released this week, and as always, some are obsessed with it, some are mad at it, and some are happy with it.
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Preseason college football polls, like just about all other preseason polls for any other sport, are totally meaningless. They have no bearing on anything other than being a talking point for fans whose teams are involved either positively or negatively.
In the case of the SEC, six teams are represented, and for the most part, represented well. The Aggies show up at No. 6, which would be hard to argue against. Although I’m sure fans of Notre Dame would argue incorrectly that their team deserves a higher placement than that of Texas A&M.
But it would be hard for Aggies fans to argue that A&M should be any higher when we see the teams placed ahead of their school in Aggieland.
While some teams were given too much credit, there are other teams that were simply flat-out disrespected. The fact that Oklahoma got two first-place votes is mind-numbing and the coaches who voted for them should be taken out to pasture and, well, you know…
Who is too high on the list and who is too low? Who is left off and who’s there that shouldn’t be? Let’s discuss!
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