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Postby thatonepoorkid » Tue Oct 10, 2006 10:46 am

Kilroy1872 wrote:
Canadian_Cheesehead wrote:1. Ohio St. - clearly there is no other candidate for the #1 spot.
2. Florida - has beaten good teams in Tennessee and LSU, plays Auburn and Georgia in the next two weeks.
3. West Virginia - hasn't beaten anyone, but hasn't lost yet either.
4. Michigan - have beaten everyone by 13 or more and dominated ND. Two tough games in PSU and Iowa coming up.
5. USC - haven't lost yet, but haven't looked great either.


List looks good to me.

God Help Me, I just agreed with a Michigan fan.


no kidding what is your problem? :-b
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Postby knapplc » Tue Oct 10, 2006 2:19 pm

HskrPwr13 wrote:
GreatestShowOnEarth wrote:FSU and Miami are both unranked!!! o yeah! :-b

Missouri jumped over NU and is now 19th? Are Chase Daniels and company for real? I havent seen a Mizzou game yet.


I think Mizzou is for real. The big12 North basically will come down to their game with NU. Its too bad Callahan is running the team like he is. If NU would go out there and blow teams ou like they should instead of playing clock mgmt, they'd be in the top15 instead of all these teams behind them jumping up because they seemed to look more impressive.

Actually, Missouri's remaining schedule isn't that easy:

at Texas A&M
Kansas State
(23) Oklahoma
at (21) Nebraska
at Iowa State
Kansas

Of those games only K-State seems easy. They could lose to Oklahoma, Nebraska, Iowa State and Kansas, and A&M is never easy to play on their home field.

Nebraska plays:

at Kansas State
(6) Texas
at Oklahoma State
(19) Missouri
at Texas A&M
Colorado

We'll beat K-State, Colorado and OK State, but we could easily lose to Texas, Missouri and A&M.

I think Nebraska has the easier road between the two schools, but both could easily have a couple of Big XII losses at the end of the season.
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Postby CC » Tue Oct 10, 2006 2:24 pm

thatonepoorkid wrote:
Kilroy1872 wrote:
Canadian_Cheesehead wrote:1. Ohio St. - clearly there is no other candidate for the #1 spot.
2. Florida - has beaten good teams in Tennessee and LSU, plays Auburn and Georgia in the next two weeks.
3. West Virginia - hasn't beaten anyone, but hasn't lost yet either.
4. Michigan - have beaten everyone by 13 or more and dominated ND. Two tough games in PSU and Iowa coming up.
5. USC - haven't lost yet, but haven't looked great either.


List looks good to me.

God Help Me, I just agreed with a Michigan fan.


no kidding what is your problem? :-b


In fairness I am a genius.
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Postby knapplc » Tue Oct 10, 2006 4:21 pm

CC wrote:
thatonepoorkid wrote:
Kilroy1872 wrote:
Canadian_Cheesehead wrote:1. Ohio St. - clearly there is no other candidate for the #1 spot.
2. Florida - has beaten good teams in Tennessee and LSU, plays Auburn and Georgia in the next two weeks.
3. West Virginia - hasn't beaten anyone, but hasn't lost yet either.
4. Michigan - have beaten everyone by 13 or more and dominated ND. Two tough games in PSU and Iowa coming up.
5. USC - haven't lost yet, but haven't looked great either.


List looks good to me.

God Help Me, I just agreed with a Michigan fan.


no kidding what is your problem? :-b


In fairness I am a genius.


He really is. Here's CC standing next to a couple of his latest inventions:
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Postby J2thez929 » Tue Oct 10, 2006 4:42 pm

CC wrote:
thatonepoorkid wrote:
Kilroy1872 wrote:
Canadian_Cheesehead wrote:1. Ohio St. - clearly there is no other candidate for the #1 spot.
2. Florida - has beaten good teams in Tennessee and LSU, plays Auburn and Georgia in the next two weeks.
3. West Virginia - hasn't beaten anyone, but hasn't lost yet either.
4. Michigan - have beaten everyone by 13 or more and dominated ND. Two tough games in PSU and Iowa coming up.
5. USC - haven't lost yet, but haven't looked great either.


List looks good to me.

God Help Me, I just agreed with a Michigan fan.


no kidding what is your problem? :-b


In fairness I am a genius.


Thanks for the laugh, man :-b ;-)

btw, it really doesnt matter where Michigan gets ranked b/c they are gonna get owned by OSU once again this year ;-D
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Postby A Fleshner Fantasy » Tue Oct 10, 2006 8:31 pm

knapplc wrote:
CC wrote:I dunno, a lot of people are saying Michigan is the 2nd best team in the country, I would say they got a fair amount of 2nd and 3rd place votes whereas WVU probably mostly got 4th and 5th place votes.


Maybe. And it's early, so it's best not to get all balled up about these polls, but at the end of the day I think I'd rather have rankings based on numbers alone rather than someone's opinion.


Right, keep in mind that Michigan and Ohio State cannot both go undefeated, and if either of them do, they are pretty much a lock for one of the top 2 seeds and a spot in the national championship game- Ohio State is for obvious reasons, and it would be pretty hard to justify Michigan not being in the top 2 if they can come up with wins against PSU, Iowa, and OSU.
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