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  • draftguru151
    started a topic College Gameday Thread: Week 2

    College Gameday Thread: Week 2

    Discuss all week 2 games.

    Auburn/Miss State on Thursday night.

    UGA vs SCar and USF vs UF play early Saturday. Then it's Mich/ND, FSU/OU and UM/OSU in the afternoon. Penn State vs Bama is the big game late, Oregon/Tenn should be a good game. Stanford/UCLA play real late.

    http://espn.go.com/college-football/schedule

  • M.O.T.H.
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    Not trying to hate, but I'm not loving Auburn at the moment. Not for the Clemson game, I mean overall. They seem really overrated, SCAR plays them in two weeks, I'd be surprised if they played us better than Georgia did. I see SCAR entering that BAMA game at 4-0, where they'll probably get smacked. Maybe I'm just reading into the MISS St. struggle, but I'm not loving Auburn.

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  • critesy
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    college gameday is in auburn this week vs clemson!! why is this special you might ask.. cause im leaving tomorrow morning to drive there all the way from canada! wooo. 32+ hours.

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  • Hurricanes25
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    Scar beat a ranked team in Georgia and a few teams ahead of them lost. I don't have a problem at all about where thay're ranked.

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  • M.O.T.H.
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    That's just the way it works...Georgia was already at 22. There isnt much room to fall if they lose.

    The fact that Georgia was ranked, def. boosts SCARs climb as well. They passed a lot of teams who have played lesser opponents.

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  • Sniper
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    Originally posted by Halsey View Post
    And why should Penn State fall way down the rankings? Because they went on the road and got beat by the best team in the country? Yeah, that clearly proves Penn State is not the 17th best team...
    Well, they're not. They have a true freshman QB, a bad running game, a weak OL, and a shaky secondary.

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  • Halsey
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    I don't disagree that South Carolina deserves to be ranked in the top 20, but I just don't get how on one hand beating UGA at home is considered a good enough win to move them multiple spots up, but UGA is not good enough to be ranked. The bottom line is they don't rank teams based on how good they are, they rank them based on how pretty their record looks. Who here would bet on Houston if they played UGA. Should we believe Houston is deserving of a top 25 ranking because they beat Texas State and UTEP?

    And why should Penn State fall way down the rankings? Because they went on the road and got beat by the best team in the country? Yeah, that clearly proves Penn State is not the 17th best team...

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  • M.O.T.H.
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    Well SCAR was bound to jump into the top 15...especially with Georgia Tech, Miami, and VA Tech losing.

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  • iowatreat54
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    Originally posted by Halsey View Post
    Gotta love poll politics: South Carolina beats UGA at home, in a close game, and they climb way up the polls. UGA falls all the way out of both.
    Well, USCe probably shouldn't be that high, maybe like 18-20, but I haven't look to see how everyone else did ahead of them. But Georgia should probably be unranked.

    How's this for politics. Iowa was 9, Oklahoma 10. Iowa destroys a low to mid level BCS team, Oklahoma destroys a BCS team by like 5 more points. Oklahoma jumps Iowa. Yes, FSU is > Iowa St., but Iowa did nothing that should have lost them points in the polls, especially after last week Oklahoma struggled to beat a terrible team.

    But whatever. I like that Kirk stopped playing halfway through the 3rd up 35. **** your style points, NCAA.

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  • Halsey
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    Gotta love poll politics: South Carolina beats UGA at home, in a close game, and they climb way up the polls. UGA falls all the way out of both.

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  • JHL6719
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    Originally posted by ironman4579 View Post
    Are they SEC refs? That should pretty much answer your question.


    1.) They were Big-10 officials...

    2.) There was never pass interference on the play everyone is referring to... Bolden was obliterated by Hightower as he released the football... the ball was fluttering hopelessly in the air and was nowhere near the intended receiver... it's a free ball... the defenders have just as much right to it as the offense.

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  • jayceheathman
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    Originally posted by princefielder28 View Post
    San Diego State has a real good passing attack so I wouldn't worry about it too much....plus Vincent Brown is a stud!
    He averaged almost 20 yards a catch. :( They completed almost 50% of 3rd down conversions. Ronnie Hillman was a beast. He ran for 150 yards and 4 td's.

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  • thenewfeature06
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    It is pretty nice that the U, G Tech AND Virginia Tech lost yesterday, not for the division and conference of course but for me!

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  • iowatreat54
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    Originally posted by Sniper View Post
    Sorry, treat, you know I love you, but He16man just beats all. <3333333333 Denard.
    Nothing beats Americanzi, however.

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  • Sniper
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    Originally posted by iowatreat54 View Post
    Heismanzi is a much better nickname. ;)
    Sorry, treat, you know I love you, but He16man just beats all. <3333333333 Denard.

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