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Old 2007-11-24, 01:43   Link #101
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College Football Gone Wild!

Anyone who has watched and kept track of College Football is really think for themselves that this season is far by N U T S!
Spoiler for ANOTHER ONE BITES THE DUST:


If you're an LSU Fan, don't ever try to come by this thread, this proves everything that this season's College Football shows, it's all out battle now for any team any Conferences will play a big role and how the BCS will play. Well the remaining four teams have to make their case tomorrow, but both them are facing each other tomorrow night and the other has to finish the season by the next two games and make thier statement and as for other, they must hope that rest can lose ground in those games. Dangit man, come one College Football back to the ground of this thread.
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Old 2007-11-24, 05:24   Link #102
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I was so happy when LSU lost. That's cause I hate Les Miles cause he talks trash about USC, which is where I go to school. Hopefully our team will luck out and end up in the Rose Bowl.
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Old 2007-11-26, 04:45   Link #103
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Back to NFL:

Philadelphia Eagles - 28
New England Patriots - 31

Wow, did Brady struggle or is Philadelphia that good?
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Old 2007-11-27, 14:14   Link #104
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For those of you that don't know, Redskins safety Sean Taylor was killed after being shot yesterday. May he rest in peace.
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Old 2007-11-27, 16:03   Link #105
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Breaking News: Redskins Safety Sean Taylor Dies at 24!

It's sad to see a good player and as a person who's trying make a turn around for himself from all his wrong doings and I'm not a Redskins fan. But really he was great player on the field and love his daughter so much, that's really changed what he really, from his players say, But it just tough for his family and Redskins team, for sudden tragic. The most tragic is that his close one year old daughter will be wondering who was her father, but I'm hoping that she would remember him with an image.!

Great player on the field and a man to become who wants makes things right.
So much tragic violence in this world!

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Old 2007-11-27, 23:25   Link #106
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Damn dude forgot about this thread...

Yeah the thing with Taylor hurt me to my heart...To be shot where he was shot, my god...Just a truley tragic situation...
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Old 2007-12-03, 05:07   Link #107
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Anyone who has watched and kept track of College Football is really think for themselves that this season is far by N U T S!
Spoiler for ANOTHER ONE BITES THE DUST:


If you're an LSU Fan, don't ever try to come by this thread, this proves everything that this season's College Football shows, it's all out battle now for any team any Conferences will play a big role and how the BCS will play. Well the remaining four teams have to make their case tomorrow, but both them are facing each other tomorrow night and the other has to finish the season by the next two games and make thier statement and as for other, they must hope that rest can lose ground in those games. Dangit man, come one College Football back to the ground of this thread.
With the major batch of upsets this Saturday, LSU is back... and is officially in the BCS Championship game.

Notable Bowl Games

Papajohns.com Bowl - Dec 21
Southern Miss vs. #22 Cincinnati

Pioneer Las Vegas Bowl - Dec 22
UCLA vs. #17 BYU

Sheraton Hawaii Bowl - Dec 23
East Carolina vs. #24 Boise State

Pacific Life Holiday Bowl - Dec 27
#19 Texas vs. #11 Arizona State

Champs Sports Bowl - Dec 28
Michigan State vs. #14 Boston College

Meineke Car Care Bowl - Dec 29
Wake Forest vs. #25 UConn

Brut Sun Bowl - Dec 31
Oregon vs. #21 South Florida

Chick-Fil-A Bowl - Dec 31
#23 Auburn vs. #15 Clemson

Outback Bowl - Jan 1
#18 Wisconsin vs. #16 Tennessee

AT&T Cotton Bowl - Jan 1
Arkansas vs. #6 Missouri

Gator Bowl - Jan 1
Texas Tech vs. #20 Virginia

Capital One Bowl - Jan 1
Michigan vs. #12 Florida

BCS Bowl Games:

Rose Bowl presented by Citi - Jan 1
#13 Illinois vs. #7 USC

Allstate Sugar Bowl - Jan 1
#10 Hawaii vs. #5 Georgia

Tostitos Fiesta Bowl - Jan 2
#9 West Virginia vs. #4 Oklahoma

FedEx Orange Bowl - Jan 3
#8 Kansas vs. #3 Virginia Tech

Allstate BCS Championship Game - Jan 8
#2 LSU vs. #1 Ohio State
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Old 2007-12-04, 10:07   Link #108
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New England almost got beat again. The victory was basically handed to them by the Ravens. If that timeout wasn't called by the Balitmore coaching staff, New England would have lost. Oh well.
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Old 2007-12-04, 12:10   Link #109
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That's the second or third time this season I've seen one of these late timeout calls come back to bite the coach. Earlier in this season (might have been an NCAA game), the coach called a TO right as the kicker attempted a field goal. The kicker missed, but the TO was awarded. Of course, the kicker nailed the field goal on his second try.

You have to admit, NE plays 60 minutes of football in games like this one and the Philly game. In both games Brady & Co. exuded confidence about their chances of winning even when behind.

I suspect Miami was the beneficiary of a few lucky events along the way to its undefeated season, too. I doubt any team could go undefeated without a few breaks falling its way.
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Old 2007-12-09, 04:19   Link #110
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I think it would be cool if Tom Brady broke his arm before he broke Manning's record. Colts going to bitch smack the Pats in January anyway, NE has been exposed by bad teams... just imagine what a good team will do... like Pittsburgh later today.

12-1, I'm calling it now.
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Old 2007-12-09, 07:14   Link #111
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I think it would be cool if Tom Brady broke his arm before he broke Manning's record. Colts going to bitch smack the Pats in January anyway, NE has been exposed by bad teams... just imagine what a good team will do... like Pittsburgh later today.

12-1, I'm calling it now.
It's never cool to wish injury upon a player. Why would you even say something like that? Just because they're having a lot of success?
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Old 2007-12-10, 13:33   Link #112
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I think it would be cool if Tom Brady broke his arm before he broke Manning's record. Colts going to bitch smack the Pats in January anyway, NE has been exposed by bad teams... just imagine what a good team will do... like Pittsburgh later today.

12-1, I'm calling it now.
Oh yes, I wholeheartedly agree. After all, the Steelers' victory was guaranteed!

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Old 2007-12-10, 15:20   Link #113
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Yesterday was the first time I've attended a Pats game since 1966. That's before most of you were born. We were up in the nose-bleed seats at the top of the stadium, and while it was interesting to attend in person, I think I'd prefer my nice warm living room with a few friends than shiverring with 70,000+ screaming fans and blasted by a PA system that could be the loudest I've ever heard. The in-stadium ads for Fidelity Investments during timeouts were absolutely the loudest ads I've ever heard in my life, louder even than the rock music they play to fill time.

Oh, yes, I almost forgot, we won, and Brady didn't break his arm. (BTW, Obi-Wan, I'm not a big Peyton fan, but I'd never wish that he get injured. Besides, what little I watched of the Indy-Ravens game tells me we'll be meeting them again in a few weeks. Don't you want Brady to be there, too?)
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Old 2007-12-10, 22:25   Link #114
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I don't think anyone *wants* Brady being there because Brady being there means your team will get stomped. Especially with the Colts being so injury-plagued.

Frankly I hope the Pats just stomp all over the AFC east and take the Super Bowl now that Philly's out of the running...Brady's just too cool not to take it and the way he makes the team run is just phenomenal.
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Old 2007-12-19, 04:31   Link #115
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I don't think anyone *wants* Brady being there because Brady being there means your team will get stomped. Especially with the Colts being so injury-plagued.
Right, because the Colts being injury plagued has definitely sent them back to the stone age. They're not the team they used to be. Peyton can't find the end zone without Marvin. The line is giving up 10 sacks a game, Peyton's pocket presence really sucks because opponents pass rushers are getting to him in a split second. The line can't make big enough holes for Joseph Addai, he'll never replace Edgerrin James or make the Pro Bowl.

Oh wait, none of that happened.
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Old 2007-12-23, 12:39   Link #116
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I suspect Miami was the beneficiary of a few lucky events along the way to its undefeated season, too. I doubt any team could go undefeated without a few breaks falling its way.
Wouldn't it be great if Miami finishes the season 3-13. If that scenario to be entertained then....... Oh, look... the Dolphins are playing the Pats today. wheeeeeeeee~
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Old 2007-12-30, 00:48   Link #117
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SIXTEEN-OH!

On another note, Tom Brady = real living proof of GAR.
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Old 2007-12-31, 02:53   Link #118
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Yea Redskins actually won against cowboys! They can't go all the way though but still YEA!

Also I bet a lot of yous did watch that fabled 16-0 game huh? It was on 3 networks I hear? Jesus what fame, what spectacle, what advertising revenue!
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Old 2008-01-01, 00:39   Link #119
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What do you expect? It's Tom Brady! It doesn't matter WHAT team you root for. That man is like Michael Jordan. He's just that amazing and fun to watch.
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Old 2008-01-01, 02:01   Link #120
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What Micheal Jordan did to the game of basketball is incomparable to what Tom Brady did to football IMO.


On another note, First Round Playoffs we have:
1)Steelers v Jags
2)Chargers v Titans
3)Seahawks v Redskins
4)Bucks v Giants

lets get our predictions in....ima go with...
1) Jags 2)Chargers 3)Seahawks 4)Giants
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