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  • Nov. 26th, Boise St. @ Nevada.

    The @ is important, Nevada is for real. I watched them chew up an overrated Cal earlier this season. Boise St. will have all the media hype going in but Nevada at home

    I think the Broncos bandwagon stops in Reno. If the Wolfpack wins out, will they be #1? If they did it for a MWC team they have to do it for a WAC team.

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    • Originally posted by LizardState View Post
      Nov. 26th, Boise St. @ Nevada.

      The @ is important, Nevada is for real. I watched them chew up an overrated Cal earlier this season. Boise St. will have all the media hype going in but Nevada at home

      I think the Broncos bandwagon stops in Reno. If the Wolfpack wins out, will they be #1? If they did it for a MWC team they have to do it for a WAC team.
      Nevada 21
      Hawaii 27
      Sam Bradford will be a bust- 2/24/2010

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      • Originally posted by bhaarat316 View Post
        Don't be stupid. That doesn't count, it only matters where those teams where when they got beat.

        But for other teams it will matter just not for Boise. If SC wins the SEC, well Bama lost to the SECzzz speeddzz champions, so its okay that they are ranked higher as a 1 loss team then the undefeated teams.
        That isn't true... like every analyst in college football has said for 2 months now, boise fans are also osu and vt fans, because in their success lies boise. If at seasons end, voters are looking at the overall body of work, then the fact that a non aq team beat to bcs conference winners, that will carry quite a bit of weight, not to mention they will be the only team in the country to do so.

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        • Anyone look at the latest strength of schedule rankings?

          According to Sagarin, Boise State has played the 69th toughest schedule in the country. Oregon? A whopping 10 places ahead, with the 59th toughest schedule. The mighty Buckeyes, who would've been a lock to play in the National Championship game if they went undefeated, played such a brutal schedule - the 72nd toughest.

          The Anderson & Hester rankings have Boise State at #67. Oregon clocks in at #74.

          Colley Matrix has Boise State at #85, but they rank Oregon's schedule #119!

          Average of these three:

          Oregon: 84th
          Boise State: 74th

          I hope all of you who are against putting Boise State in the National Championship game are also against Oregon making it!

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          • Originally posted by njx9
            no team that's not in the BCS will ever be good. ever.
            if they aint in no BCS member they aint worthy of no title shot!

            Pick the Winners Champion 2008 | 2011

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            • Originally posted by Brent View Post
              if they aint in no BCS member they aint worthy of no title shot!
              ain't it the truth.

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              • Originally posted by P-L View Post
                Anyone look at the latest strength of schedule rankings?

                According to Sagarin, Boise State has played the 69th toughest schedule in the country. Oregon? A whopping 10 places ahead, with the 59th toughest schedule. The mighty Buckeyes, who would've been a lock to play in the National Championship game if they went undefeated, played such a brutal schedule - the 72nd toughest.

                The Anderson & Hester rankings have Boise State at #67. Oregon clocks in at #74.

                Colley Matrix has Boise State at #85, but they rank Oregon's schedule #119!

                Average of these three:

                Oregon: 84th
                Boise State: 74th

                I hope all of you who are against putting Boise State in the National Championship game are also against Oregon making it!
                Psshhht... I thought Portland State was a heavyweight.

                The WAC is not nearly as bad as everyone wants to make it out to be... Nevada is solid and Hawaii is a pretty good team as well.

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                • Originally posted by njx9
                  on a sidenote, i've heard they're thinking about kicking out the big 8 (or whatever they'll be now), since CU's gone.
                  lol, they would never kick out Texas and OU

                  Pick the Winners Champion 2008 | 2011

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                  • Originally posted by njx9
                    on a sidenote, i've heard they're thinking about kicking out the big 8 (or whatever they'll be now), since CU's gone.
                    I have to think any discussion along these lines starts with the Big East.

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                    • Originally posted by njx9
                      i just wanted a dig at ut and ou. since it's likely we'll go about 8 years since the last time we beat either, by the time we finally get to stop playing them.
                      it's okay, I am an alum from the red-headed stepchild of the UT/OU/TAMU triangle.

                      Pick the Winners Champion 2008 | 2011

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                      • If Auburn or Oregon lose does LSU, Wisconsin, or Stanford jump past Boise and TCU? What does you guys think?

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                        • The winner of the SEC will be in the BCS Championship game no matter what. The voters love to promote whichever team in the SEC comes out on top, regardless of record.

                          My guess is that Oregon wins out, Auburn loses to Alabama and then wins the SEC championship game to end up #2.

                          What I would LOVE to see is Auburn and Oregon both to lose, and the #1 and #2 teams be Boise State and TCU. Not because I think these two teams are more deserving, but because I feel such a result would cause the BCS to create a playoff system.

                          As long as teams get to decide their own schedules (at least the OOC games), you're going to have situations like this.

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                          • Originally posted by P-L View Post
                            If Auburn or Oregon lose does LSU, Wisconsin, or Stanford jump past Boise and TCU? What does you guys think?
                            probably because thats always how it seems to work...


                            its bull **** but....whatever



                            Originally posted by 49erNation85
                            I wouldn't be sir prized if he passed McCoy on the depth chart. I think he might have a better arm and accurate arm then him from the highlights I thought. He also got some wheels too help us prepare for QB's as Wilson , RG3 and other runners etc.

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