Bracketology (Week 10)
Any discussions this week? I feel like this isn't very popular around these parts?
#1 Stanford v. #16 Mississippi State
#8 Arkansas State v. #9 North Carolina
#4 Penn State v. #13 Eastern Michigan
#5 Georgia v. #12 Wake Forest
#3 South Carolina v. #14 Iowa
#6 Georgia Tech v. #11 Texas Tech
#2 Oregon v. #15 Ball State
#7 Cincinnati v. #10 Ohio State
#1 Alabama v. #16 Missouri
#8 Washington v. #9 Illinois
(College Station, TX)
#4 Houston v. #13 Northern Illinois
#5 Michigan State v. #12 Syracuse
(San Diego, CA)
#3 Nebraska v. #14 Baylor
#6 West Virginia v. #11 Florida State
#2 Boise State v. #15 South Florida
#7 Southern California v. #10 Toledo
#1 Oklahoma State v. #16 Florida
#8 Wyoming v. #9 BYU
#4 Michigan v. #13 Virginia
#5 Arizona State v. #12 Rutgers
(University Park, PA)
#3 Virginia Tech v. #14 Ohio
#6 Auburn v. #11 Nevada
#2 Arkansas v. #15 Western Michigan
#7 Southern Mississippi v. #10 Notre Dame
#1 LSU v. #16 Miami
#8 TCU v. #9 Texas A&M
#4 Kansas State v. #13 Florida International
#5 Wisconsin v. #12 Temple
#3 Clemson v. #14 Hawaii
#6 Texas v. #11 Southern Methodist
(Colorado Springs, CO)
#2 Oklahoma v. #15 San Diego State
#7 UL-Lafayette v. #10 Tulsa
Oh, and also....
First Four Out: UCLA, Vanderbilt, Utah, California
Next Four Out: Louisville, Iowa State, Purdue, East Carolina
gators have no business being included in this
I'm a Gator fan as well, so I do understand the harsh sentiments towards the Gators....losing 4 in a row, blowout losses to LSU and Alabama, a tough loss to Auburn (prob my most hated team in the nation) and Georgia (possibly Florida's main rival), is just uncalled for....
That being said, we've faced a lot of tough luck this year. We're transitioning from Urban Meyer's spread to Charlie Weis's pro-style, which is not an easy one. Our defense has talent, but it doesn't seem to matter when the offense isn't putting up its production. Too many penalties, bad bounces, etc. IMO, Georgia should've beat us by two or three scores with the effort we put out there in the second half.
All in all, Florida's talent alone has it among the top 64 teams in the country.
Also, Florida was #63 in this...Mississippi State was #64
39 teams have a record worse than the Gators. So automatically, the Gators are at least in the top 81.
14 Teams have the same record. But I think we can agree that the Gators are better than WKU, La Tech, UTEP,and ECU, making Florida at least top 77.
23 teams have a record of one game better than the Gators. But are you telling me FIU, WMU, NIU, EMU, Ball State, Air Force, and Toledo are better than Florida? This would make them at least top 70.
And I'm pretty sure Florida is better than Vandy, Utah, UCLA, Purdue, Iowa State, Wake Forest, Nevada, and Hawaii. The Gators are at least top 62, and probably more like top 50.
Does LSU beat Miami by more or less than the 40-3 curbstomping in the 2005 Peach Bowl?
Florida State would probably beat WVU, and I went to WVU.
We're transitioning from Urban Meyer's spread to Charlie Weis's pro-style, which is not an easy one. Our defense has talent, but it doesn't seem to matter when the offense isn't putting up its production.
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