College Football 2012

Discussion in 'Sports' started by NativeSon, Dec 12, 2011.

  1. Bubwheat

    Bubwheat Long timer

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    Might as well get this started; assuming the top 3 BCS teams win out, which team deserves to play KSt for the championship, Oregon or Notre Dame? :evil
  2. ScottDill

    ScottDill TANSTAAFL

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    I'm uncomfortable with the word "deserves", but I would vote for Nike. Pac 12 Champ vs Big 12 (-2) Champ is good match this year.
  3. shrineclown

    shrineclown VespaSlayer

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    For the media spectacle....Notre Dame. What a story it would be. There is still some ball to be played and anything can and will happen. Even though there are some wagon hoppers, there were very, very, very few that did not expect Alabama to win out. And certainly not to lose to A&M. Nobody in the BCS running can get complacent or deserve anything yet. That is what makes college football so interesting. Even if I can't fully comprehend the computer formula fabrication.
  4. bergermeister

    bergermeister Long timer

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    Oregon, obviously. ND is squeaking by, and robbed Stanford, so they don't get the nod from me.
  5. ScottDill

    ScottDill TANSTAAFL

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    Alright fans of minor league teams*...beat this.. :lol3:lol3

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    * non SEC teams






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  6. Albie

    Albie Kool Aid poisoner

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    Some others I think are good candidates.
    Sonny Dykes
    Josh McDaniels
    James Franklin
    Charley Strong
  7. Jurgen

    Jurgen Trolljegeren Super Moderator

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    :poser :thumb
  8. liquidsmile

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    That is awesome Scott. Though most people in the South know not to schedule a wedding during football season. :lol3
  9. k7

    k7 Ancien cyclist

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    Corrected.

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  10. NativeSon

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    Per ESPN, Driskel possibly out for FSU game with ankle sprain.

    :uhhhhhhh
  11. h2o_snow

    h2o_snow Water, snow & dirt too.

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    Damn - what was I thinking - exactly right.

    Big East (West) here we come - hope the football office gets some discounted airfair - we'll need it! Look out Temple - whoopa!
  12. oj may

    oj may Have bike, will travel.

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  13. bergermeister

    bergermeister Long timer

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    for anyone interested in a bit of humor, here's the latest hot topic in the usc - ucla rivalry:

    Trojans agree to UCLA's request that their drum major not plant the sword at midfield before the pregame show Saturday. But some fans won't let it go.

    link: http://www.latimes.com/sports/college/usc/la-sp-plaschke-ucla-usc-sword-20121115,0,7007753.column

    personally, I agree with the opinion piece. I think it is taunting and typical of sc arrogance. what a bs "tradition."

    that said, I'm a bruin so I probably can't be impartial.
  14. ScottDill

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    I wasn't aware of this USC thing. I wouldn't allow an opponent to do that on my field.

    FSU has a similar tradition...BUT..they only do it home. And only against UF does he get of the horse first. Pretty good stuff for a clown college.
  15. liquidsmile

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    Do it on your own field. If you do it on the road, expect the teams to meet at the 50 for a pregame brawl. UF and UGA usually end up doing this before a game these days anyways, but no one knows who's field they are really playing on, so it is ok. :lol3
  16. bergermeister

    bergermeister Long timer

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    exactly. the last thing I need on my home field is some dipshit in mandles sticking a sword in my team's logo.
  17. Linzi

    Linzi Crazy Plott Lady

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    GAH! :rofl
  18. wiseanhyzer

    wiseanhyzer Long timer

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  19. Albie

    Albie Kool Aid poisoner

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    Good luck with that new coaching hire. :lol3
  20. Jurgen

    Jurgen Trolljegeren Super Moderator

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    It is complete and total bullshit that Tennessee gets further penalties and the HC walks away free.

    The corrupt assholes at the NCAA had no qualms about banning a <$50k a year tutor at Florida State for three years, but have never ever touched a D1 Head coach in Football or Basketball. What a total crock of shit.

    If you want to clean up college Football/Basketball have the penalties go with the HC as well as the institution. :deal