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College Football Thread, The

Discussion in 'Sports Bar' started by Redemption, Oct 28, 2005.

  1. Redemption 乾杯

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    ACC Standings
    ATLANTIC CONF. W-L OVERALL W-L
    Florida State 6-3 8-4
    Boston College 5-3 8-3
    Clemson 4-4 7-4
    N.C. State 3-5 6-5
    Maryland 3-5 5-6
    Wake Forest 3-5 4-7
    COASTAL CONF. W-L OVERALL W-L
    Virginia Tech 7-2 10-2
    Miami 6-2 9-2
    Georgia Tech 5-3 7-4
    North Carolina 4-4 5-6
    Virginia 3-5 6-5
    Duke 0-8 1-10
    Expanded Standings

    Big 12 Standings
    NORTH CONF. W-L OVERALL W-L
    Colorado 5-4 7-5
    Iowa State 4-4 7-4
    Nebraska 4-4 7-4
    Missouri 4-4 6-5
    Kansas 3-5 6-5
    Kansas State 2-6 5-6
    SOUTH CONF. W-L OVERALL W-L
    Texas 9-0 12-0
    Texas Tech 6-2 9-2
    Oklahoma 6-2 7-4
    Texas A&M 3-5 5-6
    Baylor 2-6 5-6
    Oklahoma State 1-7 4-7
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    Big East Standings
    TEAM CONF. W-L OVERALL W-L
    West Virginia 7-0 10-1
    Louisville 5-2 9-2
    Rutgers 4-3 7-4
    South Florida 4-3 6-5
    Pittsburgh 4-3 5-6
    Connecticut 2-5 5-6
    Cincinnati 2-5 4-7
    Syracuse 0-7 1-10
    Expanded Standings

    Big Ten Standings
    TEAM CONF. W-L OVERALL W-L
    Penn State 7-1 10-1
    Ohio State 7-1 9-2
    Wisconsin 5-3 9-3
    Northwestern 5-3 7-4
    Michigan 5-3 7-4
    Iowa 5-3 7-4
    Minnesota 4-4 7-4
    Purdue 3-5 5-6
    Michigan State 2-6 5-6
    Indiana 1-7 4-7
    Illinois 0-8 2-9

    Conference USA Standings
    EAST CONF. W-L OVERALL W-L
    Central Florida 7-2 8-4
    Southern Miss 5-3 6-5
    Memphis 5-3 6-5
    East Carolina 4-4 5-6
    Marshall 3-4 4-7
    UAB 3-5 5-6
    WEST CONF. W-L OVERALL W-L
    Tulsa 7-2 8-4
    UTEP 5-3 8-3
    Houston 4-4 6-5
    SMU 4-4 5-6
    Tulane 1-7 2-9
    Rice 1-7 1-10
    Expanded Standings

    IA Independents Standings
    TEAM CONF. W-L OVERALL W-L

    Notre Dame --- 9-2
    Navy --- 7-4
    Army --- 4-7
    Temple --- 0-11

    Mid-American Standings
    EAST CONF. W-L OVERALL W-L

    Akron 6-3 7-5
    Miami (OHIO) 5-3 7-4
    Bowling Green 5-3 6-5
    Ohio 3-5 4-7
    Buffalo 1-7 1-10
    Kent State 0-8 1-10
    WEST CONF. W-L OVERALL W-L
    Toledo 6-2 8-3
    Northern Illinois 6-3 7-5
    Western Michigan 5-3 7-4
    Central Michigan 5-3 6-5
    Ball State 4-4 4-7
    Eastern Michigan 3-5 4-7
    Expanded Standings

    Mountain West Standings
    TEAM CONF. W-L OVERALL W-L

    TCU 8-0 10-1
    Colorado State 5-3 6-5
    BYU 5-3 6-5
    New Mexico 4-4 6-5
    Utah 4-4 6-5
    San Diego State 4-4 5-7
    Air Force 3-5 4-7
    Wyoming 2-6 4-7
    UNLV 1-7 2-9

    Pacific-10 Standings
    TEAM CONF. W-L OVERALL W-L
    USC 8-0 12-0
    Oregon 7-1 10-1
    UCLA 6-2 9-2
    California 4-4 7-4
    Arizona State 4-4 6-5
    Stanford 4-4 5-6
    Oregon State 3-5 5-6
    Arizona 2-6 3-8
    Washington State 1-7 4-7
    Washington 1-7 2-9
    Expanded Standings

    SEC Standings
    EAST CONF. W-L OVERALL W-L
    Georgia 7-2 10-2
    Florida 5-3 8-3
    South Carolina 5-3 7-4
    Tennessee 3-5 5-6
    Vanderbilt 3-5 5-6
    Kentucky 2-6 3-8
    WEST CONF. W-L OVERALL W-L
    Auburn 7-1 9-2
    LSU 7-2 10-2
    Alabama 6-2 9-2
    Arkansas 2-6 4-7
    Mississippi 1-7 3-8
    Mississippi St. 1-7 3-8
    Expanded Standings
    Sun Belt Standings
    TEAM CONF. W-L OVERALL W-L
    Arkansas State 5-2 6-5
    La Lafayette 5-2 6-5
    Louisiana Monroe 5-2 5-6
    Florida Intl 3-4 5-6
    Troy 3-4 4-7
    Middle Tenn. St. 3-4 4-7
    North Texas 2-5 2-9
    Fla Atlantic 2-5 2-9
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    WAC Standings
    TEAM CONF. W-L OVERALL W-L
    Boise State 7-1 9-3
    Nevada 7-1 8-3
    Fresno State 6-2 8-4
    Louisiana Tech 6-2 7-4
    Hawaii 4-4 5-7
    San Jose State 2-6 3-8
    Utah State 2-6 3-8
    Idaho 2-6 2-9
    New Mexico State 0-8 0-12
    Expanded Standings
    South Florida 4-1 6-3
    Pittsburgh 4-2 5-5
    Louisville 3-2 7-2
    Rutgers 3-3 6-4
    Cincinnati 2-4 4-6
    Connecticut 1-4 4-5
    Syracuse 0-6 1-9
     
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  2. Redemption 乾杯

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    Rankings End Of Regular Season

    AP Top 25

    1. USC (56) 12-0 1,616
    2. Texas (9) 12-0 1,569
    3. Penn State 10-1 1,483
    4. Ohio State 9-2 1,375
    5. Notre Dame 9-2 1,327
    6. Oregon 10-1 1,241
    7. Auburn 9-2 1,221
    8. Georgia 10-2 1,202
    9. Miami 9-2 1,098
    10. LSU 10-2 1,028
    11. West Virginia 10-1 991
    12. Virginia Tech 10-2 943
    13. Alabama 9-2 813
    14. TCU 10-1 790
    15. Louisville 9-2 644
    16. Florida 8-3 588
    17. UCLA 9-2 542
    18. Texas Tech 9-2 533
    19. Boston College 8-3 410
    20. Michigan 7-4 377
    21. Wisconsin 9-3 325
    22. Florida State 8-4 296
    23. Clemson 7-4 240
    24. Georgia Tech 7-4 189
    25. Iowa 7-4 86

    USA Today Poll

    1. USC (55) 12-0 1,543
    2. Texas (7) 12-0 1,495
    3. Penn State 10-1 1,424
    4. Ohio State 9-2 1,300
    5. Oregon 10-1 1,234
    6. Notre Dame 9-2 1,219
    7. Auburn 9-2 1,141
    8. Georgia 10-2 1,097
    9. Miami 9-2 1,075
    10. LSU 10-2 1,002
    11. West Virginia 10-1 959
    12. Virginia Tech 10-2 955
    13. Alabama 9-2 787
    14. TCU 10-1 734
    15. Texas Tech 9-2 636
    16. Louisville 9-2 585
    17. UCLA 9-2 531
    18. Florida 8-3 530
    19. Boston College 8-3 427
    20. Wisconsin 9-3 399
    21. Michigan 7-4 274
    22. Florida State 8-4 256
    23. Clemson 7-4 191
    24. Georgia Tech 7-4 114
    25. Iowa 7-4 95

    BCS Rankings

    1 USC 1 2811 .9950 1 1543 .9955 25 25 24 24 24 24 .970 2 .9868 1
    2 Texas 2 2726 .9650 2 1543 .9645 24 24 25 25 25 25 .990 1 .9732 2
    3 Penn State 3 2592 .9175 3 1424 .9187 23 23 23 23 23 23 .920 3 .9187 3
    4 Ohio State 4 2398 .8488 4 1300 .8387 22 17 22 22 22 22 .880 4 .8559 6
    5 Oregon 6 2205 .7805 5 1234 .7961 21 15 21 19 21 21 .820 5 .7989 7
    6 Notre Dame 5 2295 .8124 6 1219 .7865 17 12 16 12 18 15 .600 T-10 .7329 8
    7 Georgia 8 2053 .7267 8 1097 .7077 20 22 18 16 14 18 .720 8 .7182 13
    8 Miami 9 1942 .6874 9 1075 .6935 18 19 17 20 19 17 .730 7 .7037 9
    9 Auburn 7 2085 .7381 7 1141 .7361 12 21 14 15 11 14 .550 12 .6747 10
    10 Virginia Tech 11 1719 .6085 12 955 .6161 19 16 20 21 20 20 .790 6 .6715 5
    11 West Virginia 12 1673 .5922 11 959 .6187 14 18 19 18 16 19 .710 9 .6403 11
    12 LSU 10 1812 .6414 10 1002 .6465 16 20 15 11 13 16 .600 T-10 .6293 4
    13 Alabama 13 1451 .5136 13 787 .5077 8 13 10 7 6 9 .340 18 .4538 15
    14 TCU 14 1328 .4701 14 734 .4735 13 14 13 0 1 12 .390 17 .4445 14
    15 Texas Tech 15 1147 .4060 15 636 .4103 10 9 12 14 12 13 .470 13 .4288 16
    16 UCLA T-17 1004 .3554 17 531 .3426 15 11 11 2 8 11 .410 T-14 .3693 12
    17 Florida T-17 1004 .3554 18 530 .3419 6 6 7 3 2 7 .220 21 .3058 17
    18 Wisconsin 20 675 .2389 20 399 .2574 9 3 9 13 15 10 .410 T-14 .3021 18
    19 Louisville 16 1016 .3596 16 585 .3774 1 10 3 0 0 1 .050 NR .2624 21
    20 Michigan 21 556 .1968 21 274 .1768 7 4 8 17 17 8 .400 16 .2579 19
    21 Boston College 19 763 .2701 19 427 .2755 4 8 6 5 4 3 .190 22 .2452 20
    22 Florida State 22 474 .1678 22 256 .1652 0 0 0 1 0 0 .000 NR .1110 NR
    23 Oklahoma 26 87 .0308 26 45 .0290 11 0 5 8 5 6 .240 T-19 .0999 23
    24 Georgia Tech 24 282 .0998 24 114 .0735 2 5 1 4 3 2 .110 25 .0945 24
    25 Northwestern T-29 30 .0106 28 24 .0155 5 1 4 10 10 5 .240 T-19 .0887 22
     
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  3. illusion Senior Member.

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    I think both will go undefeated and meet in the championship.

    No way, IMO Tech will lose to Miami.

    HEEEEEL NO.

    Each one of those teams have a loss, if USC and Texas run the table, these teams have no shot at all. I noticed you mentioned Oregan and ND, both were beaten by SC and yet, SC still fell in the BCS rankings. :S The BCS is a joke, it's time for a playoff!! :mad
     
  4. ageofdarkness Shadow Master

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    If UCLA can stay undefeated for the rest of the year, then they have a huge shot at making the national championship game. Why? Because they will beat USC during their final game if they are undefeated by the end of the season.

    Texas will most likely be undefeated. USC may be depending on their final game versus UCLA.

    Yirginia Tech has a good chance of being undefeated.

    Those 4 are the only teams that can really make the national championship game. :oh
     
  5. RugerRell styling on you

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    Get the fuck out of here with that. It would take every team above UCLA to atleast lose one. If Texas and VT are undefeated and so is UCLA then it's going to be Texas vs. VT. Tech could lose at Miami but I don't see it happening. It's a Sat night game at Lane stadium. The last time Miami played at Tech at night they got beat. The seats will be sold out and there will be alot of noise. I was there last time and I got to say it's one of my best sport memories.(though Tech went to blow the rest of the season)
     
  6. Redemption 乾杯

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    I agree wholeheartedly but this has been thrown around for years since the BCS was instated in fact. They have tried petitions and coach polls but it never gets legitimate support. I want a playoff but I think realistically they have become narrow minded to only see where the money is. They make so much money of the bowl games and commercial sponsors, its hard for them to be willing to see it wouldn't take anything from that. They feel it would take money out of there greedy pockets and are not open to change because of that. They think a longer season will actually decrease their profits.

    Have Bowl games as well but a playoff for the top 4 or top 8 and the top 2 of that championship play in the bowl assigned for the BCS championship that year. It would give even more games to sponsor and commercials so I have no idea where the thought of loss of money comes from but like I said there narrow-minded.
     
  7. Redemption 乾杯

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    Nah if there gonna loose personally I think its gonna be sooner then later then that. UCLA might be their second loss but i doubt it :S

    Texas's schedule strength isn't that strong at the end of the road so watch out for VT.
     
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    SC will "not" lose, everybody says they've got a suspect secondary, but they've played 4 teams ranked in the top 10 in passing........that's just freakin' crazy if you think about it!! Talk about a tough schedule and yet they still fell in the rankings? :amazed The BCS system just baffles me. :sad
     
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    1. I don't think USC is gonna lose at California. I do think they might lose to UCLA. I might change my mind on this later on, though. :p

    2. I wouldn't be surprised if UCLA beating USC will push them up the BCS standings all the way to #1 or #2.

    Beating an undefeated USC and staying undefeated themselves gives them a huge shot at making the national championship game.

    Haven't you seen how Texas dethroned USC in the BCS standings when both teams were winning all their games by a few touchdowns every time?

    Remember back in 2003 when it was #1 undefeated Oklahoma, #2 one loss USC, and #3 one loss LSU.

    LSU beat Georgia in the SEC championship game, and that victory pushed them up in the BCS standings to #2, even when USC won their final game.

    Oklahoma lost their Big 12 championship game, and they still retained their #1 position with a loss.

    3. I have no doubt in my mind Georgia will lose yet again in the SEC championship game to some underdog team. They might even lose to Florida, Auburn, or both. :sad

    4. Alabama's gonna lose sooner or later against LSU, Auburn, or both.

    The BCS calculations are really hard to understand. :oh

    The SEC is really strong this year. :oh
     
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    Who do you think will be ranked number one in the BCS system at the end of the year?

    By the end of the year Texas will be rated #1 in the country

    Do you think Texas or USC will go undefeated the rest of the year?

    I think Texas will go undefeated in the season and i think USC will lose to UCLA on December 3rd.

    Will VirginaTech Supplant both Texas and USC for first in the BCS?

    I don't think it will happen, they will be defeated on November 5th against the Hurricanes.

    Will Northwestern rebound and compete in standings against Texas?

    Won't happen, they will lose today to Michigan

    Do the Oregon Ducks, LSU, Notre Dame, and Penn State have a say in this as well?

    The only team that has a chance from this list is LSU.
     
  11. Redemption 乾杯

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    What a nice turn around OT win for UCLA, they were owned for 3 quarters. Drew is unstoppable as long as he stays healthy tho. There whole team depends on him.

    And longhorns were in danger yet again early hope thats not a trend -_- They are going to loose percentage points to USC even if they win the game. I thought it was gonna be the reverse, with texas gaining more ground but I seriously doubt they will stay number 1 now with the USC blowout of WSU and Texas's sluggish if not detrimental play in the first half.

    On another note Georgia could be done for the year with the loss of shockey he was their horse and NorthWestern is done as well with three losses. Auburn is looking great yet again but they have 2 losses. LSU and Alabama are comming up the standings for sure. VT's thursday win will also gain some percentage on texas with their 30-10 win over Boston.
     
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    Standings updated for week 9 the rankings will be updated once they come in later this week.
     
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    UCLA, Texas, V Tech and Alabama don't stand a chance against SC. Every team in the country has 1 or 2 "great" players on offense, but SC has 4!! :amazed There's no doubt in my mind that they'll be the champs again.

    My projected top 5 at the end of the season....

    1. USC
    2. Texas
    3. Miami
    4. LSU
    5. Virginia Tech
     
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    Its only time my friend till they run into a trap they been getting closer and closer to loosing a game this year. You have become drunken on sucess and the end is near. Last year there was no chance at all, USC won all there games on average by 3 touchdowns more then everyone. I predict a loss at CAL or UCLA if USC gets through those then and only then are they number one two times running and own us all ;p Anyways it should be interesting.
     
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    This stinks I was at the Texas A&M (my favorite team!) v.s Iowa State . A&M got beat pretty badly. Score: 14-42 i think
     
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    Well i really really hate UT! Im a huge Wolverine fan and im stoked were back in the top 25!!!! But I have to say UT and USC will go undefeated, ViTech too but they will be the odd ball for the national title. I expect UT to win it all this year even though it would sadden me greatly
     
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    Sounds to me like you're describing Texas. :oh They almost lost to OSU, the worst team in the big 12!! How can you say SC is getting closer to losing?? They've beaten every team they've faced this year by "double digits", except for ND, who's still ranked in the top ten.

    SC will not be beaten, they're just too talented, it's time for the east coast bias to die! Texas is the one who's overrated, if you stop Young, they've got no other weapons. They remind me of V Tech when Mike Vick played there, they were a good team and made it to the National Championship, but one guy can only do so much, which is why they lost.

    With SC, if you stop Lienart, Bush beats you, if you stop Bush, White beats you, if you stop White then Jarret beats you.......choose your poison. :smile-big

    P.S. They are averaging 49 points per game this year and their opponent is averaging 20. That's "over" a four touchdown difference!! :amazed
     
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    Texas did not almost lost to OSU.

    They were down by 19 points, 9-28, at halftime, though.

    They shut them out in the second half and scored 35 unanswered points starting from the third quarter.

    In the end, Texas won by 19 points, 47-28.

    Texas won by almost 3 touchdowns. :amazed

    Texas also beat all their opponets by double digits, except for the Ohio State game when they were ranked in the top 5.

    In other news, UCLA is now #5 in the BCS standings. :amuse
    Alabama is #4.
    VT is #3.
    Texas is #2.
    USC is #1.
    The top five teams are undefeated.
    Margin between the top two teams - difference of .0038.
     
  19. Redemption 乾杯

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    Updated standings USC number one again like I said they would after texas's detrimental first half play against OSU... but watch out VT has gotten even closer!

    I been saying that texas isnt number one from the start thats a whole another discussion. They were horrible against OSU and should have lost that game. I wasnt talking about texas taking them over at all there schedule strength is too low in the end now. VT's however is heating up.

    What I am saying is USC has not looked as dominant as it was last year, and untill they get through CAL and UCLA I cant myself yet declare them as champions in the rankings. Simple as that watch out its not in the bag as your making it out as!
     
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    True, but without Vince Young, Texas is barely a top 20 team.

    Without Lienart, SC is still a top 5 team.

    ^ I hear what you're sayin' redemption. :amuse Don't you love talkin' football!! V Tech's defense looks unstoppable, but I still think Miami is gonna beat em'.
     
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    Hence why I made this thread :wink

    Yeah football is great.. well I got a halloween party to go to later :smile-big
     
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    Its going to be soooo funny when ViTech beats Miami this week, then goes on to win the conferance and the strength of schedule slides them just slightly ahead of UT and then they get to play in the Rose Bowl against USC.
     
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    That would be funny, if they all go undefeated that would be more of an excuse to get rid of the BCS system. I personally think SC will do better against Texas, so I'm kinda pulling for Miami to beat V Tech. :amuse
     
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    I would like that as well but i seriosuly doubt they will get rid off the BCS no matter what happens. I have already voiced the reasons why I feel this way, its all about the money and they dont want to change something that is making them so much money. They are a buisness and the Bowls nowadays make so much money of comericial advertising they could get rid of all adds for 10 years if they so wanted to, but why do that? In buissness you don't change something that makes up and above the quota every year, thats where these bonuses are comming from for coaches nowadays.

    They are unwilling to think about a longer season and a playoff because they are afraid of change and think they will loose money and the stranglehold over the market they have had since the BCS system was instated.
     
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    Agreed, I think our only chance for a playoff is if Congress steps in. :sad
     
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    The Miami VT game gonna be sooooooooo good I can't wait :)
     
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    Welp, just got back from the game, we (BYU) won 55-14! All I can say is Goddamn, it was friggin' hot! We didn't get any shayde till like 5 minutes left in the game. :sad Oh well, atleast we got the win. :smile-big
     
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    Major upset week in the NCAA Football League.

    Yay!!! Arizona creamed the undefeated UCLA team, 52-14. :laugh

    No come from behind victory this time, lucky Bruins. :cool

    And Miami(FL) just beat the undefeated VT team, 27-7.

    Florida State had an upset loss against N.C. State, 15-20.

    VT, FSU, and UCLA are all gonna drop out of the top 10, I hope.

    Top 10 personal predictions for new updated BCS rankings:
    #1- USC
    #2- Texas
    #3- Alabama
    #4- Miami (FL)
    #5- Penn State
    #6- LSU
    #7- Ohio State
    #8- Georgia
    #9- Oregon :amazed
    #10- Notre Dame
     
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  29. Redemption 乾杯

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    Oregon barely won in OT against CAL they will be number 10 at the most imo. Georgia might be higher then Ohio State as well. The rest of it is a very good predicition :) UCLA will probably be 11th because of coaches polls sadly. Fricking a texas game was 64 to 0 LOLZ thats hilarious.

    #1- USC
    #2- Texas
    #3- Alabama
    #4- Miami (FL)
    #5- Penn State
    #6- LSU
    #7- Georgia
    #8- Ohio State
    #9- Notre Dame
    #10- Oregon
    #11- UCLA
     
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    Edited the standings for week 10, will post the BCS rankings monday when they come out.
     
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