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PostPosted: Wed Sep 08, 2010 1:35 am 
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Ball State wins the BCS.

Sorry, I'm bias. ;)


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Location: Texas
ACC - I like Miami maybe even taking it all
Big 10 - Gonna go with a shock pick - Michigan
Weak 12- Really? Who cares? Sigh... Nebraska
Big East - WV
PAC 10 - I'll jump on the band wagon with Oregon
SEC - Bama


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national champ: Boise State


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Guaranteed 5 star lock of the week:

tu +3.5 vs OU


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jml wrote:
national champ: Boise State


Well now we know if we give it to a non bcs team, give it to tcu. After the VT debacle.


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I would love to see Boise win it all.


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Same here. Except if Ohio State's in the championship, as they are my team, but a part of me would even love to see boise or tcu wallop them. Just so that way the BCS might bust up completely.

I think Texas will own Oklahoma as well. Bitter and angry after that loss from UCLA. I think the real big big game will be Stanford and Oregon. NC implications in that game IMO.


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I guess that is why I am not a big sport better. My lock of the year didn't do so well. At least those silly t-sips lost.


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My Beloved Kentucky Wildcats have once again shown the SEC how we do it in the Bluegrass.

0-2 in the SEC with Auburn on Saturday. That almost sounds like 0-3.. Arrgghhhh

Overall, 3-2 doesn't sound to bad until you factor in how we played the 3 games we won.

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Wait, what? Kentucky plays football? I thought they just had a basketball team.

(Okay kidding - who could forget the Round Mound of Touchdown?)


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hoosegow wrote:
Wait, what? Kentucky plays football? I thought they just had a basketball team.

(Okay kidding - who could forget the Round Mound of Touchdown?)


Well, we can try and forget him, but he was just so BIG...

Kentucky really has a Legacy in Football.
Most recently,
The Great Jared Lorenzon, (SP?), World's Largest Quarterback (I think it might be in the Guiness book of records)

The Great Tim Couch: King of the 1yd pass to a a couple good running Tight Ends. First round Draft Pick, who couldn't cut it in the NFL. I bet Cleveland wishes they could get their money back on that one.

Hal Air Raid Mumme: The coach never missed an opportunity to GO FOR IT on 4th Down, and I think I can count the number of running plays he ever called intentionall on 1 hand.

25 straight losses to Florida

And, let's not forget, The Only University stupid enough to fire The Great Bear Bryant...

Go Cats....

hahahahaha

Cliff


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Blue mountain state!!


... oh wait ...

that's fictional :frown:


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wilburburns wrote:
hoosegow wrote:
Wait, what? Kentucky plays football? I thought they just had a basketball team.

(Okay kidding - who could forget the Round Mound of Touchdown?)


Well, we can try and forget him, but he was just so BIG...

Kentucky really has a Legacy in Football.
Most recently,
The Great Jared Lorenzon, (SP?), World's Largest Quarterback (I think it might be in the Guiness book of records)

The Great Tim Couch: King of the 1yd pass to a a couple good running Tight Ends. First round Draft Pick, who couldn't cut it in the NFL. I bet Cleveland wishes they could get their money back on that one.

Hal Air Raid Mumme: The coach never missed an opportunity to GO FOR IT on 4th Down, and I think I can count the number of running plays he ever called intentionall on 1 hand.

25 straight losses to Florida

And, let's not forget, The Only University stupid enough to fire The Great Bear Bryant...

Go Cats....

hahahahaha

Cliff


That's actually kind of unfair to Couch. Cleveland screws up any quarterback they get their hands on :wink:


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What a bunch of crap with these college football scandals of late. I am an Ohio State fan, and the excuse of "We didn't know" shouldn't be flying and Pryor and the bunch SHOULD NOT be playing in the sugar bowl. With that said, the same defense worked perfectly for Cam Newton, and he faced no consequences, and won the freaking Heisman. The NCAA and BCS are more corrupt than the tobacco, insurance, and even diamond industries, all combined!


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