College Football top 25 - week 5 [R]

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  1. soccernutter

    soccernutter Moderator
    Staff Member

    Aug 22, 2001
    Don't drink beer but like cheese
    Club:
    Tottenham Hotspur FC
    Nat'l Team:
    United States
    1. OKLAHOMA (57) 4-0 1,615 1
    2. MIAMI FLA (3) 4-0 1,554 2
    3. OHIO ST (5) 5-0 1,457 4
    4. VIRGINIA TECH 4-0 1,382 5
    5. FLORIDA ST 5-0 1,347 6
    6. LSU 5-0 1,332 7
    7. TENNESSEE 4-0 1,267 8
    8. ARKANSAS 4-0 1,133 9
    9. MICHIGAN 4-1 982 11
    10. USC 3-1 975 3
    11. GEORGIA 3-1 973 12
    12. NEBRASKA 4-0 897 15
    13. TEXAS 3-1 880 14
    14. WASHINGTON ST 4-1 738 21
    15. PITTSBURGH 3-1 559 17
    16. KANSAS ST 4-1 544 16
    17. NORTHERN ILL 4-0 524 20
    18. WASHINGTON 3-1 501 18
    19. OREGON 4-1 389 10
    20. TCU 4-0 383 19
    21. MINNESOTA 5-0 378 24
    22. PURDUE 3-1 337 22
    23. IOWA 4-1 310 13
    24. FLORIDA 3-2 129 25
    25. MICHIGAN ST 4-1 128 --

    Damnit, why did Forida have to beat Kentucky?...
     
  2. Thomas A Fina

    Thomas A Fina Member

    Mar 29, 1999
    Hell
    Club:
    New York Red Bulls
    Nat'l Team:
    United States
    ok, ND has played

    #9
    #14
    #22
    #25

    and still have to play

    #5
    #10
    #15
    the team that wants to beat them the worst

    and their offensive line sucks.

    they'll be 1-7. If they somehow come out of the stretch at 3-5, they'll go to a bowl game.
     
  3. appoo

    appoo Member+

    Jul 30, 2001
    USA
    They also have to play Walter Reyes and Syracuse at the end of the season. In the Dome. If you thought that Chris Perry was good wait till you get a load of Reyes.
     
  4. Sykotyk

    Sykotyk Member

    Jun 9, 2003
    Ohio
    Club:
    Columbus Crew
    Nat'l Team:
    United States
    Have to have six wins to be bowl elligible. Or be a conference champion who has a garaunteed bowl berth (such as North Texas two years ago from the Sun Belt's inaugural season at 5-6 in the New Orleans Bowl).

    Since Notre Dame doesn't have a garaunteed bowl game every year as an independent (since they want to be elligible for the BCS), they won't be allowed to play a Bowl game.

    Sykotyk
     
  5. metroflip73

    metroflip73 Member

    Mar 3, 2000
    NYC
    Nat'l Team:
    United States
    They'll be bowl eligible with a 7 win season.

    I don't think they'll make it. They're so out of sorts that I bet that BC's game against the Irish will be a noon game. That's how bad they are this year.
     
  6. Thomas A Fina

    Thomas A Fina Member

    Mar 29, 1999
    Hell
    Club:
    New York Red Bulls
    Nat'l Team:
    United States
    See. Y'all not paying attnetion to what I said.

    "they'll be 1-7. If they somehow come out of the stretch at 3-5, they'll go to a bowl game. "

    The implication is that they will end up going at least 3-1. A total record of 6-6. (I am thoroughly aware of Syracuse being on the rise this year and a certain Mr. Reyes at running back.)

    I think 4-8 is much more likely. I would be very surprise if they even eked out a 6-6 record.

    ESPN likes to get one ND game a year just for the ratings no matter how poor they are. Looking at it, it may be Stanford in a 10:00 game.

    BC will probably be at noon. I agree with metroflip. (BTW, I will see you on the 15th, right?)
     
  7. metroflip73

    metroflip73 Member

    Mar 3, 2000
    NYC
    Nat'l Team:
    United States
    Yup!
     
  8. NNCRed

    NNCRed Member

    Jun 16, 1999
    Land-o-Spuds
    Just caught the end of the Miami v. West Virginia game. Two great plays. First was the WV TD. Helluva run. Second was Kellen Winslow's 4th down catch. Clutch play from your big play guy. When he caught that ball, you could tell Miami was going to get in FG range. WV looked broken, Miami looked inspired.

    Didn't see the rest of the game, but the ending was quite entertaining.
     
  9. whirlwind

    whirlwind New Member

    Apr 4, 2000
    Plymouth, MI, USA
    Winslow had another great play earlier in the 4th quarter. He took a screen pass, turned, and flattened the linebacker coming up to tackle him. I haven't seen a defender fly back that far since Bo Jackson KO'd Brian Bosworth a decade ago.
     
  10. metroflip73

    metroflip73 Member

    Mar 3, 2000
    NYC
    Nat'l Team:
    United States
    I also love it when a player trucks another.

    Look out!
     

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