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Old 11-13-2011, 01:54 AM   #106
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BSU vs TCU was an awesome game. Gutsy call and conversion...and for the second year in a row the kicker kills BSU. Maybe its time to recruit a decent kicker.
Even if Boise had won, I don't think it would've mattered. They get no respect for their weak schedule.

@Chico: Agreed. Seems like this team has really rebounded since losing to Clemson, they've been steadily improving every week since then, and this was obviously our most impressive win. Logan Thomas really came on strong against GT.
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Even if Boise had won, I don't think it would've mattered. They get no respect for their weak schedule.

@Chico: Agreed. Seems like this team has really rebounded since losing to Clemson, they've been steadily improving every week since then, and this was obviously our most impressive win. Logan Thomas really came on strong against GT.
BSU went from a bcs bowl contender to some shitty two bit bowl game. They lost millions with their loss.
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Old 11-13-2011, 11:37 AM   #108
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BSU went from a bcs bowl contender to some shitty two bit bowl game. They lost millions with their loss.
Yup. 2nd time they've lost because their kicker can't make a field goal. Maybe it's time to recruit a new kicker?
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Old 11-13-2011, 11:42 AM   #109
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Yeah, Stanford proves to be a pretender. Truth be told, Oregon probably is too as far as the national title is concerned, but they're now the class of the Pac-10. Tip of the hat. Nice win. LaMichael James is a freaking stud. 53 points on the road against an undefeated team is damn impressive.

And I'm sure LSU would welcome another shot to drop 40+ on the Ducks. They're stupid good. But that won't happen unless OK State loses and Bama drops another game. Don't see either one happening.
This ain't the say ducks that gave that game away. We won't get another chance but we are in pretty good shape for bcs game this year and for long time to come. Even our back ups are better than most starters on most teams.
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BTW, there still a chance to see Oregon vs Bama in the championship though LSU's quality wins might be enough to keep them in the title game even if they lose. Oklahoma vs Oklahoma State and LSU vs Arkansas will be very interesting games for sure.
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Even if Boise had won, I don't think it would've mattered. They get no respect for their weak schedule.

@Chico: Agreed. Seems like this team has really rebounded since losing to Clemson, they've been steadily improving every week since then, and this was obviously our most impressive win. Logan Thomas really came on strong against GT.
Logan Thomas is a man-child. For the first few games, he looked mechanical as hell. It seems he's finally settled down and I think with defenses finally starting to respect him, the running game is going to be eve more insane than it already is.
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I see Oregon pooped the bed against that mega dbag Lame Kiffin and Co. At home no less. Well done, Saden.
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I see Oregon pooped the bed against that mega dbag Lame Kiffin and Co. At home no less. Well done, Saden.
See this is why I don't talk smack even when Virginia Tech is doing well. I just get the feeling somewhere down the line I'll be eating crow when Virginia Tech loses a game against a top 5 team or a team that had no business being in the game with them (JMU).

But seriously, nice round of upsets in college football today. Loved seeing Clemson go down. OK State went down, OK went down, Oregon went down, wasn't really an upset but I was happy to see Virginia take down FSU so that the Tech-UVA game will finally mean something for once, all in all some title hopes were dashed today.
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See this is why I don't talk smack even when Virginia Tech is doing well. I just get the feeling somewhere down the line I'll be eating crow when Virginia Tech loses a game against a top 5 team or a team that had no business being in the game with them (JMU).

But seriously, nice round of upsets in college football today. Loved seeing Clemson go down. OK State went down, OK went down, Oregon went down, wasn't really an upset but I was happy to see Virginia take down FSU so that the Tech-UVA game will finally mean something for once, all in all some title hopes were dashed today.
Is there a bigger disappointment than Florida State? F8cking dumbass pundits in ESPN and CNNSI wouldnt shut up about Jimbo Fisher preseason. One publication even stated Jimbo as like a top ten coach after his first year on the job.

Looks like Clemson is playing like Clemson again.

I dont get it...Clemson and Florida St constantly have top 10 recruiting classes but constantly finish outside the top 25, going to some shitty ass bowl...I guess kids these days just like going to play for losers.
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Old 11-20-2011, 10:38 AM   #115
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Video: Lee Corso can’t say that on television - Dr. Saturday - NCAAF*Blog - Yahoo! Sports


I love Lee Corso, and this was ****ing hilarious.
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See this is why I don't talk smack even when Virginia Tech is doing well. I just get the feeling somewhere down the line I'll be eating crow when Virginia Tech loses a game against a top 5 team or a team that had no business being in the game with them (JMU).

But seriously, nice round of upsets in college football today. Loved seeing Clemson go down. OK State went down, OK went down, Oregon went down, wasn't really an upset but I was happy to see Virginia take down FSU so that the Tech-UVA game will finally mean something for once, all in all some title hopes were dashed today.
UVA is a team on the rise for sure. And what a disappointment FSU had been. They were a national title contender/top 5 team preseason pretty much across the board.
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Is there a bigger disappointment than Florida State? F8cking dumbass pundits in ESPN and CNNSI wouldnt shut up about Jimbo Fisher preseason. One publication even stated Jimbo as like a top ten coach after his first year on the job.

Looks like Clemson is playing like Clemson again.

I dont get it...Clemson and Florida St constantly have top 10 recruiting classes but constantly finish outside the top 25, going to some shitty ass bowl...I guess kids these days just like going to play for losers.
Yeah, I remember all the "FSU is the ACC team to beat" hype they were getting early in the season, and since then they've failed to live up to the hype. I'm glad once again they've failed to do anything of interest. As far as VT-UVA goes, I'm so happy we'll finally a Commonwealth Cup game that means something! Even though I'm confident Tech will win, it should be closer than usual. Mike London has really changed that team around for the better. And I really thought Clemson was ballin when they just crushed VT about a month and a half ago, but any loss by them is a good one. If it comes down to Clemson and VT for the ACC title, I'll feel better about our chances because Logan Thomas has really improved since that game, and he's the key to our success.
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Mike London is a special coach. His character is off the charts high, simply a quality person. Watching him coach at Richmond was special, and even being a Va Tech fan, Im pulling for London at UVA. Football in the commonwealth is better quality when UVA is good.

London's character will be tested because I foresee a ton of schools coming after him shortly. Loyalty is a big thing with him, going to be interesting on how things play out.
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The Ducks choked for sure...they will still win the pac-10 and go to the Rose Bowl. What bowl game are the Gators going to?
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The Ducks choked for sure...they will still win the pac-10 and go to the Rose Bowl. What bowl game are the Gators going to?
Gators are having a down year, for sure. Transitioning to a brand new defense (Muschamp), and a brand new offense (Weis). Urban Meyer was too busy sending all of his assistants to other D1 coaching jobs, so the entire staff on both sides of the ball is brand new. These transitions happen. I'm not worried one bit about our program. Can't be top 5 every year.

On a side note, maybe some of those backups who are better than other teams' starters that you mentioned should have been playing last night for team Nike. I mean we all know this Oregon team is a different one than the team that got stomped by LSU week 1, right? LOL!

Still like to get that second shot at LSU? That would be a freaking bloodbath. Again.

Remind me, how many national championships has Oregon won? Also, a little trivia, what conference are the current top 3 ranked teams from? What conference are the top 3 BCS teams from? Exactly. Bring Oregon down south for a while and see how good of a program they really are.
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