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on: September 03, 2017, 10:21:20 AM

The college season is now underway (well it's week 2, but week one for the big conferences).
FL got rocked by Michigan - I was pretty giddy about this game. Michigan looked solid in the second half, but man... they need their QB to settle down. Hope this was first game jitters. Both his pick-6s were just awful. But FL just fell on its face which pleases me.

Bama is rolling along as usual... along with the rest of the conference sans FL. Really want to see Tenn lose tomorrow for more haha's. UGA is going to run away with the East.

USC looks overrated yet again even having the preordained Heisman winner and soon to be first-round QB. They won and I don't discredit E.Mich since they are a tough team, but they are still not Div I tough. Ohio St looked suspect till they woke up in the second half. The Mich-tOSU game should be good if they keep rolling along if tOSU can keep from tripping on OK next week.

Texas... LMAO. Yeah... probably not this year.




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Reply #1 on: September 07, 2017, 02:00:09 PM

Bama will win the SEC because there's no real competition yet, the East still sucks and Georgia isn't good enough to beat them on a big stage unless a miracle happens.

ACC is now a three-horse race between Miami and Clemson/Louisville. FSU losing their QB means they are fucked.

Ohio State and Michigan will play for the Big 10 again because nobody there is good enough to test them.

The PAC-12 is really a 2-horse race between USC and Washington again, unless Stanford turns out to be for real and beats USC. And if that happens and they all fuck each other up, the PAC-12 gets left out this season in favor of...

Oklahoma who is the only show in town in the Big12 since I don't believe in OKst, TCU, or KSt. OU can take one loss against Ohio State, win out, and still get in the tournament. I can't say that about USC if they lose to Stanford.

I never see the SEC/Big10/ACC getting left out currently unless something bizarre happens and you have a 2-loss champ. That means it's a war between the PAC and Big12 for the final slot, and OU will have the best resume of the two if they only take one loss.

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Reply #2 on: September 07, 2017, 02:10:18 PM

Louisville doesn’t look all that good, tbh.  Still think they are behind Free Shoes U
01101010
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Reply #3 on: September 07, 2017, 02:12:17 PM

Yeah Bama in the SEC is pretyt much the only top tier team there. The second tier is pretty established, but nothing coming out to challenge Bama at this point.

I'm not counting Penn St out of the B1G. They will be a sleeper again... not enough to push OSU/MICH out of the spotlight and the dance, but I don't think the B1G champ will be left out again.

I think Miami is still a year or two out from making a run.

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Reply #4 on: September 09, 2017, 09:57:39 PM

Oklahoma is fucking shit up tonight. 
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Reply #5 on: September 12, 2017, 02:59:07 PM

OU just flipped the tables. Now the Big 10 is in moderate trouble.

If Michigan loses to Ohio State, the Big 10 could be fucked out of a tournament spot by an undefeated OU, an undefeated USC, Alabama, and Clemson (assuming they get past Louisville).

If Michigan wins out, they will go to the tournament easily.

But if Alabama or Clemson only take one loss or better, the schedule strength comes into play, and Alabama and Clemson play tougher schedules than Ohio State.

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Reply #6 on: September 12, 2017, 03:39:21 PM

I highly doubt USC goes without a loss or two. Dunno who or when, but it'll happen. tOSU got a dose of reality and humble pie. I don't like Mich or tOSU but I don't like tOSU more. I'm definitely pulling for Penn St.

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Reply #7 on: September 12, 2017, 06:41:38 PM

Fuck Pedo State from now until all time.

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Reply #8 on: September 13, 2017, 03:03:09 PM

Penn State is and always has been a fake team since the scandal. They lost to Pitt last season, in addition to losing to Michigan. Yes, they beat a highly overrated Ohio State team who got absolutely SMASHED by Clemson when they got on a real stage. Yes, they beat Wisconsin because the Badgers forgot you needed to actually score points in the second half to win a football game.

But if you put Penn State up against Michigan, Ohio State, and Michigan State all in a row this year? They lose two of those games because Michigan is better than them, and Ohio State and Michigan State are road games. They don't survive that stretch. And frankly if Penn State is the de facto champ again this season I think the Big 10 gets left out too.

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