Yeah, but a lot of people called for his head in the past when we struggled. It's a bit frustrating to say the least. But we got a good coaching staff so I think we'll be fine. Saturday is almost here finally. There's even a game on tonight.
Have you lost your mind? Tell me where you think we crossed the line. No more drugs for me, pussy and religion is all I need.
No posts in this thread since week 1? I know it's only November 2nd, but most likely it's going to be Oregon vs. either Alabama or Auburn.
This should be a good game. My only problem with this is that I think Oregon will be #1 heading into the game, which means that they will get uniform choice. Considering they unveil a new shade of snot every other week, the uniform for the BCS Championship should be an all-timer, unlike anything you've ever witnessed coming out of your nose.
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Sugar - LSU vs. Texas Christian
*Despite Alabama's popularity, it takes a lot for the Sugar Bowl to pass on LSU if they beat Arkansas.
*Texas Christian is close by so it's attractive.
Orange - Pitt vs. NC State
*As bad of a team as Pitt is, I think with Deon Lewis they beat WVU and Cincy and get the Big East berth.
*Upset pick here. NC State controls their own destiny. If they beat Maryland, they go to the ACC Championship. This is where the upset occurs by beating Virginia Tech.
(Note: Just because I live in North Carolina does not mean I am a NCSU fan. I went to Georgia Tech, for the matter and could care less about the Wolfpack...even if I work with a pack of their fans.)
Fiesta - Boise State vs. Oklahoma St.
*Tough call on Big 12 rep..pure guess here.
*Boise State "defaults" to this bowl because of proximity.
Rose - Stanford vs. Wisconsin
*If all 3 Big 10 leaders win this weekend, the one with the highest BCS ranking gets the crown. Wisconsin is currently ranked the highest.
*Stanford is a no-brainer if Oregon wins out.
BCS Championship - Oregon vs. Auburn
*Even if Auburn loses to Alabama, I think they win the SEC title outright and get the BCS Championship berth.
*Oregon will win out despite pesky battle vs. Rodgers brothers.
Sugar - TCU 24, LSU 21 (OT)
Orange - NC State 33, Pitt 13
Fiesta - Boise State 36, OK State 32
Rose - Wisconsin 30, Stanford 17
BCS Championship - Auburn 51, Oregon 45 (2 OT)
Last edited by botankus on Nov 23rd, 2010 at 02:22 PM
The right two teams are playing the for title, it's pretty clear. I've seen about 8 of Auburn's games this year and they can put up some points if only their WR's step it up and DB's play more aggressively (which they have been of late).
I really don't have anything to add about Oregon except that I'm just blown away how, in a time of budget cuts and financial cutbacks, a team can continuously change its entire uniform on a weekly basis.
Tennessee was beaten by Cal in the same season they won the SEC East, which was the same season they embarrassed Georgia, the same team many people felt was the best team at the end of last season. When I said the Pac-10 is showing how overrated the SEC is, I didn't just mean this past game. I mean how USC beat Arkansas by 36 in the same season they won the SEC West, which came a season after we beat them by 53. Many down played the 06 win, just as you are doing right now. The Pac-10 has constantly beaten the SEC's best teams, yet we get no respect. Tennessee still has a chance to win their division, many didn't think they could do it last season after their opening lost to Cal, but I think they have the defense to do it. That offense is a joke though, or maybe the Bruins defense is just that good.