South Carolina & Florida State
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4 star LB Rosendo Louis has flipped from Florida State to South Carolina. More to come 👀
As an Auburn fan by birth, Florida State alumni & Navy by marriage - but a South Carolina resident, I have no dog i…
Like how do you beat unc, Louisville, Notre Dame, Florida State, Virginia, Florida, but lose to South Carolina
South Carolina softball secures spot in Florida State regional
Other great FBS games at half: Boston College vs. Florida State, Auburn vs. Arkansas, South Carolina vs. Georgia.
Georgia Tech over Georgia, Clemson over South Carolina, Louisville over Kentucky, and Florida State over Florida.
Gator Picks(Saturday Games):Missouri over Tennessee(like MO straight up)/Mississippi over Arkansas(like MS to cover the spread)/Mississippi State over Vanderbilt(take Vandy,and the points,though)/South Carolina over South Alabama(take SA,and the points)/Florida over Eastern Kentucky(take EK,and the points)/Alabama over Western Carolina(take WC,and the points)/Auburn over Samford(take Samford,and the points)/Georgia over Charleston Southern(take CS,and the points)/Michigan State over Rutgers(take Rutgers,and the points)/Ohio State over Indiana(take IN,and the points)/Nebraska over Minnesota(take MN,and the points)/Oklahoma over Kansas(like OK to cover)/Arizona State over Washington State(like AS to cover)/Clemson over Georgia State(take GS,and the points)/Florida State over Boston College(like FS to cover)/Notre Dame over Louisville(like ND to cover)/Iowa over Wisconsin(like IA straight up)/Utah over Arizona(like UT straight up)/Oregon over Colorado(like OR to cover)/Baylor over Oklahoma State(take OS,and ...
Texas A&M> South Carolina> Georgia>Clemson who should've beat Florida State. So basically Texas A&M is the best team in College Football
Tidbits from Week 1: - 1) South Carolina-got exposed by Texas A&M last week. Torched for 511 passing yards & gave up 52 pts. If East Carolina puts up numbers, even close to Texas A&M, the Gamecocks will be in big trouble. Georgia is next on the 13th! 2) Florida State-guess who did not appreciate the 37-31 score last Saturday. The head coach for the Citadel. FSU underestimated the resolve of the Oklahoma State Cowboys. That will not happen this week in Tallahassee. Look for big numbers from the Seminoles! 3) Georgia-298 all-purpose yds./4 TDs by Todd Gurley against Clemson. His backfield partners are dangerous as well. Hutson Mason did manage the game well, but MORE will be expected from him as the season unfolds. Mason will have to win a game or two sometime during the season. 4) R-e-s-p-e-c-t Really!-The ACC wants respect in football. Last week, did not do it. Wake Forest losing to UL-Monroe. NC State only beating GA Southern by 1. Clemson getting smoked in the 2nd half at ...
Ladies and Gentleman an all new top 25 just in time for the kick off tomorrow. Agree? Disagree? Given the Injuries and suspensions some teams don't quite fit into the same place as they did on August 1st: 1 Alabama 2 Oklahoma 3 Florida State 4 Michigan State 5 LSU 6 Oregon 7 South Carolina 8 Stanford 9 Georgia 10 Wisconsin 11 UCF 12 Clemson 13 UCLA 14 Ole Miss 15 Washington 16 North Carolina 17 Ohio State 18 Auburn 19 Arizon State 20 Michigan 21 Kansas State 22 USC 23 Baylor 24 Notre Dame 25 Tennessee -BH
I vote for South Carolina - Clemson and Florida - Florida State. Also, Alabama - West Virginia really intrigues me with fast O
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Bruce Bruce 5Dimes has released point spreads for opening week By Tom Fornelli / College Football Writer April 24, 2014 10:29 AM ET Florida State is already a two touchdown favorite over Oklahoma State. (USATSI) It's April 24, and the first Saturday of the College Football season is over four months away. So what better time could there be than now to bet on some of those games, right? So what if most teams haven't named a starting quarterback yet? It's only money! What's the point of having money if you aren't going to foolishly risk it with incomplete information? I believe John Maynard Keynes said that, but I could be wrong. Anyway, if you're itching to place your first bet of the 2014 season, 5Dimes has good news for you. The offshore online book has already posted point spreads for the first week of the season. Here they are: Wake Forest (-7.5) at UL Monroe Mississippi (-8.5) vs Boise State (Atlanta) Texas A&M vs South Carolina (-9) Temple at Vanderbilt (-21) BYU (-14) AT Connecticut UTSA at Houston ...
My NFL Mock Draft: First Ten picks Overall: QB Blake Bortles from UCF to Houston Texans WR Mike Evans from Texas A&M to St. Louis Rams QB Teddy Bridgewater from Louisville to Jacksonville Jaguars QB Derek Carr from Fresno St to Cleveland Browns QB Johnny Manziel from Texas A&M to Oakland Raiders DL Jadevon Clowney from South Carolina to Atlanta Falcons WR Sammy Watkins from Clemson to Tampa Bay Buccaneers OL Greg Robinson from Auburn to Minnesota Vikings LB Khalil MacK from Buffalo to Buffalo Bills WR Kelvin Benjamin from Florida State to Detroit Lions
Dear Sisters: At the 2014 Southeast District Convention, Renee Cartee and Crystal Wright will term out as the SED Counselors. I cannot begin to thank these ladies for their years of service and dedication to our organization. In prepartion for the change in leadership in the SED, we have selected two new Counselors to take over the reigns as Counselors at the conclusion of the 2014 SED Convention. It is with great excitement that I announce that Stephen Burt and Lee Commander will be joining the Counselor team as the next SED Counselors. Stephen is an alumni member of the Epsilon Alpha Chapter at the University of South Carolina. Lee is an alumni member from the Alpha Omega chapter at Florida State University. Both of these gentlemen bring skill sets that will benefit the students of the SED, and I look forward to seeing what they do in this position. Thank you to all Sisters who applied for this position. You can send direct notes of support and congratulations to Stephen at stephenburtand to Lee at ...
I want to get out of this state. Colorado, Florida, or South Carolina all sound pretty good.
Florida Gators: Like LSU, the Gators are perpetual victims of the crossover rivalry. Florida plays LSU at home and travels to Alabama for their crossover games. They must play Missouri, Georgia and South Carolina. Road games at Tennessee and Vanderbilt could get tricky. That’s not to mention the season-closer against BCS champion Florida State. Like last season, if Florida falls, it will fall hard. That would be the end for Will Muschamp
Orange Bowl Preview Synopsis- Yes, it was that Gator Bowl, the one that ended the illustrious coaching career of Ohio State's Woody Hayes when he punched a Clemson linebacker following a game-sealing interception. This reunion probably will have less controversy, but there should be plenty of entertainment value. On the plus side for Clemson, the Tigers didn't lose any games they were expected to win this season. But the lofty goals that seemed reachable following their opening win against Georgia were dashed by a decisive home loss to eventual ACC champ Florida State. Clemson's rivalry finale against South Carolina didn't go well, either, so the Tigers will have plenty of incentive to finish with a quality victory. The Buckeyes' mood will be difficult to predict, as their national title aspirations were ended much more recently in the Big Ten final against Michigan State. But again, if all parties play with focus, a big score could be in the offing. Ohio State QB Braxton Miller and TB Carlos Hyde can be ...
from fox sports Oates, Garfunkel, 2013 Ohio State and Clemson. The two power programs are playing second banana in their respective conferences to Michigan State and Florida State, as those get to have all the fun in Pasadena, albeit in different games. However, there’s a chance for Ohio State to finish in the top four in the final rankings, depending on what happens in the other big games. For Clemson, after the tremendous win over LSU in last year’s Chick-fil-A Bowl, this could be another shot at legitimacy after failing miserably in two of the three big games this year -- beating Georgia in the opener but getting blown away by Florida State and losing to South Carolina. Three reasons you must watch 1. No matter what happens in this game, it can’t be more interesting or eventful than the only other time the two hooked up. Clemson won the 1978 Gator Bowl 17-15, but no one remembers that. Charlie Bauman would go into College Football lore as the guy who was sucker-punched by legendary Ohio State hea ...
Those thinking a single, solitary ounce of controversy will be extinguished next season in the College Football playoff just for the simple fact that it has the word "playoff" attached and furthermore see that word as some sort of metaphysical cure-all for anything remotely oriented with sports, are absolutely delusional. Let's go down the list: Florida State, Ohio State, Alabama, Auburn, Missouri, Baylor, Michigan State, Stanford, Oregon, LSU, Clemson, South Carolina (I'm sure I'm missing someone important here), all have at least a mildly legitimate claim to be in the Final Four, and would it completely shock anyone if any of the those teams pulled it off? Trust me, the controversy will not end with the BCS, in fact, it will double.
Non-SEC fans will disagree, but after watching games the last two weeks, I can't see Ohio State, Florida State, Oklahoma State or any other BCS Top 10 Non-SEC Team beating Auburn, Alabama, Missouri, or Georgia or South Carolina for that matter. Having a 4 Team playoff next year simply increases the SEC's chances of winning future National Championships. Roll Tide!!!
WholeHogsports REPORT: Highly recruited defensive end Hjalte Froholdt has committed to Arkansas. Froholdt, 6-5, 275 pounds, played his sophomore year at Warren (Ohio) Harding High School as an exchanged student from Denmark. He returned home for his junior year and plans to return to the United State for his senior season. ESPN rates him the No. 42 prospect in the nation for the 2015 class. He picked the Razorbacks over Michigan and Florida State. He also had offers from Michigan State, Ohio State and others. Interview from his Oct. visit CLICK HERE 2:51 update Froholdt said he was told he had to follow his heart and he said on the second visit to Arkansas for the South Carolina game he had the feeling that Arkansas could make him a better person and bring the best out of him. He said he felt like committing to the Hogs right after the visit. He said when he and his parents were leaving from their visit he had a big smile on his face and pretty knew it was going to be Arkansas. He called Coach Bret Biele ...
Ohio State would lose to: . Auburn . Alabama. Missouri. LSU. A&M. Georgia (with Murray). South Carolina . Florida State
Florida State, Ohio State, Auburn, Alabama, Missouri, Oklahoma State, Stanford, South Carolina, Baylor and Michigan State are in the Top 10 of new AP College Football poll.
Well, we're at the last week of the College Football regular season. And not one, but 2 big stoppers were laid down. Fresno State took San Jose State too lightly, and their undefeated record exploded, but that was nothing compared to Auburn winning a thriller against Alabama, whose hopes for a three-peat have drifted away harder than a tidal wave. Another SEC team takes the number 2 slot, though South Carolina won't be competing for a conference title. Ohio State, Florida State and Oklahoma State round out the top 5. The Buckeyes, though, came real close to getting hit with that big red stop sign. And yes, Trent McSwain, the Duke Blue Devils have indeed hit the top 25. Here's how the Power Poll coming into the last week goes: 1 Auburn Tigers 10.833 2 South Carolina Gamecocks 10.318 3 Ohio State Buckeyes 10.083 4 Florida State Seminoles 10.000 5 Oklahoma State Cowboys 9.439 6 Missouri Tigers 8.833 7 Stanford Cardinal 8.288 8 Northern Illinois Huskies 7.583 9 Baylor Bears 7.568 10 Alabama Crimson Tid ...
Congrats to Steve Spurrier and South Carolina for still owning Clemson. In related news, Florida State hasn't beaten an…
Bowl projections: Who might Florida State play in the BCS title game? Brant Parsons | Brant's Blog Orlando Sentinel 12:06 a.m. EST, December 1, 2013 We had an idea that the bowl projections would have a lot of erasing this weekend, but not sure anyone expected this. Auburn's stunning defeat of No. 1 Alabama will grab the headlines and with reason, it was a game changer - but not for the victorious Tigers. We still see Auburn in the Sugar Bowl, though now the Tigers will go to NOLA as the SEC champ to meet AAC champion UCF. Alabama most likely saw its hopes of a third consecutive title dashed, but we still see them BCS bound, heading to Miami to face Clemson, who gets in despite a fifth-straight loss to South Carolina. Ohio State, who beat rival Michigan, is the biggest benefactor of the Auburn upset, moving into the title game to play Florida State. The Seminoles easily dispatched of Florida and are expected to be the No. 1 team in the country heading into Championship Game weekend. The rest of the projec ...
Reflection from a stunned Bama Fan: Michigan State IS going to beat The Ohio State University, and as long as Auburn can beat South Carolina or Missouri (which they can and should), Auburn will be playing Florida State for the NC. Wow. Go SEC. Go State of Alabama.
There is a way for the Tide to keep rolling! Auburn has to lose the SEC Championship, Ohio State has to lose the Big 10 Championship and Florida State has to lose the ACC Championship! So here's to hoping that Missouri or South Carolina, Duke and Michigan State can win next week!!
Florida State, Clemson, Alabama and South Carolina, you should be ashamed of yourself.
Okay, College Football fans, here are my fearless predictions that explain how Auburn University will make it to the National Championship game. I'm posting it now before my hopes have a chance to be dashed. I will say that everything in this hypothetical series of events is very possible. Here's what could happen: Baylor is upset by Oklahoma State on 11/23 Auburn upsets Alabama on 11/30 (OF COURSE!) Auburn beats South Carolina in SEC Championship Game (South Carolina’s bid thanks to Missouri losing to either Ole Miss or Texas A&M). Ohio State is upset in Big 10 Championship Game by Michigan State (their first REAL test of the year). Florida State wins out, beating Florida and winning ACC Championship Game over Duke. Auburn’s strong schedule and recent wins over Alabama and South Carolina vault them past Pac-12 champs Oregon in BCS standings (who will barely get by Arizona St. in P12 Championship Game). Final BCS top 10: Florida St., Auburn, Oregon, Alabama, Oklahoma St., Baylor, Michigan St., Ohio S ...
After missing it last Saturday I'm back in the fold.Florida State sticks Chief Oscela's spear in Syracuse's heart and other body parts, Alabama pulls out Mississippi's State's teeth, Baylor plays better than the home team whose stadium it used against Texas Tech, Oklahoma tells Iowa State to sit down and shut up, USC send Stanford back to the farm looking for answers, Auburn puts Georgia's DBs on their Christmas list, Boise State ties Wyoming up with their own rope, Michigan State sticks corn up Nebraska's nose, Michigan shows Northwestern overtime is not their friend, Oregon makes Utah read them Nikes, Ohio State lets Illinois know they are back on the block, Duke lets Miami-FL know basketball is not the only sport on campus with crazies, Oklahoma State takes one of Bevo's horns and hit Texas upside the head, Arizona State turns up the desert heat on Oregon State, Central Florida gives a hoot against Temple, South Carolina piles on the misery on Florida.To my friend Corrie Tillman...how you like me now? ...
Reviewing: Tech competed with Baylor until the second half, lost big. Texas stayed close to Ok St, until second half, lost big. Duke upset "the U" Miami. Florida, with its worst season in this millenium, edged by South Carolina. So, Gamecocks, not that great, either. Louisville beat Houston, darn it. Stanford lost to USC, so that's a mess in the ratings now. Kansas beat West Virginia, so that ends the Jayhawks long conference losing streak. Ohio State, no problem. Florida State, no problem. Michigan State pulled away from Nebraska. And, Michigan needed triple overtime to beat Northwestern. And that's football, today.
No. 12 South Carolina deals Florida its fifth consecutive loss S.C. - For three quarters, beaten down Florida Stayed with South Carolina but the Gamecocks responded in the fourth quarter with the drive it needed to get past the Gators to edge closer to an SEC East title with a hard fought 19-14 win. Trailing 14-13 from its own 5 early in the fourth quarter, South Carolina tailback Shon Carson - playing with starter Mike Davis on the bench nursing an ankle injury - broke loose up the middle for a 58-yard run. Carson finished 102 yards on 13 carries. That moved the ball to the Gators' 37. On third-and-9 from the Florida 36, Connor Shaw hit Rory Anderson over the middle for a 34-yard gain to the 2. BOX SCORE: HIGHLIGHTS: How the top 25 fared Gamecocks 19, Gators 14 Anderson pulled the ball in while sandwiched between UF defenders Jaylen Watkins and Neiron Ball. On fourth-and-goal, Elliott Fry converted a 22-yard field goal, his third of four in the game, to put the Gamecocks on top with 6:43 left in the game ...
South Carolina has amassed a 15-game winning streak at Williams-Brice Stadium that dates to the middle of the 2011 season. All of College Football's powerhouse teams - Alabama, Ohio State, Florida State and others - have lost at home during that time span.
Duke is 7-2. The Blue Devils end their season with Miami, at Wake Forest, and at North Carolina. Duke can win each game. What? David Cutcliffe is the greatest coach since, well, Steve Spurrier. Spurrier is the last coach to lead the Blue Devils to an ACC championship. Wednesday, November 13 is a big day for the MAC. Ball State (9-1) visits Northern Illinois(9-0). The Huskies have an outside chance of making the Bowl Championship Series’ games. Undefeated Baylor gets their first meaningful win this week and defeats Oklahoma convincingly. Oregon loses to Stanford. Alabama destroys a good LSU team. 1. Alabama (Texas A&M, LSU) 1. Baylor (Oklahoma) 1. Florida State (Clemson) 1. Ohio State (Wisconsin) 5. Auburn (Loss to LSU) 5. Clemson (Loss to Florida State) 5. Michigan State (Loss to Notre Dame) 5. Missouri (Loss to South Carolina) 9. Central Florida (Loss to South Carolina) 9. Louisville (Loss to Central Florida) 9. Oklahoma State (Loss to West Virginia) 9. Oregon ( ...
GRIDIRON GURU HERE...TOP 10 1. ALABAMA- I believe they'll hold serve, although them there Tigers will be salty. 2. Florida StATE- Not quite as physical as Bama,they will use the whole field vs.Tide 3. STANFORD- Will play Baylor in BCS, in the Sugar Bowl. This will be an interesting contrast of opposite philosophies. 4. BAYLOR 5. Ohio State-it would be fun to see them in the Rose Bowl vs. Oregon (toss up) 6. OREGON-Just like Clemson and South Carolina, they all lose that one game that cripples their chances at the National Championship. 7. AUBURN-interesting senario here. If they win out (including Bama), they jump to and the BCS National Title game. 8. MISSOURI-this is a stinkin' good football team, they are for real. 9. CLEMSON/SOUTH CAROLINA-let God sort 'em out, I ain't smart enough. 10. Some would put the Aggies here, I say NO! They still have LSU AND Missouri. Others might cut and paste the Cowboys of Oklahoma State, I might agree today but I expect them to fade away with Baylor, Texas and Oklahom .. ...
So just curious two differen scenarios, I am a four star recruit live in Florida and have narrowed my choices for The U, Florida State and Florida which one would you choose and why? Same for if you were a four star recruit living in South Carolina. Your two choices are Clemson and South Carolina which one do you choose and why?
Way to go South Carolina and Georgia. Now come on Florida State.
Here are my picks for Week of NCAA Football: Oregon State to beat USC; Auburn to beat Arkansas; Clemson to beat Virginia; Virginia Tech to beat Boston College; Missouri to beat Tennessee; Georgia to beat Florida; Florida State to beat Miami; Wisconsin to beat Iowa; Michigan to beat Michigan State; Ohio State to beat Purdue; UCLA to beat Colorado; Nebraska to beat Northwestern; Texas Tech to beat Oklahoma State and South Carolina to beat Mississippi State.
And now it gets even more interesting. I had my "bye week" last week and I needed it. For some reason I decided to pick the entire top 25 for Week 8, and it wasn't such a great idea. That's what happens when you don't examine a few games in depth, rather, all top 25 games on the surface. I was 31-22-2 heading into week 8. I had a sub-par 9-11 week 8 bringing my total to 40-33-2. I did get the Lock and Games of the Week bringing my Locks to 7-3 and GOTW to 7-2-1. I'm going back to highlighting just the "big games" for each week. Onto week 10. Cry Havoc and Let Slip the Dogs of War Miami vs. Florida State (-21.5) ***GAME OF THE WEEK*** FSU throttled then Clemson and continued the beat down against NC State last week. Then the 6th through 9th ranked teams lost, and all of the sudden, this rivalry is a top 10 match up and brings back shades of the 90's when both of these teams were always undefeated and the game had National Title implications. No two teams combined have had more first round ...
My picks this week: Ohio State over Penn State, Oregon over UCLA, Florida State over North Carolina State, Oklahoma over Texas Tech, Texas A&M over Vandy, Missouri over South Carolina, and Auburn over Florida-Atlantic. I am excited about attending my very first Alabama-Tennessee game! RTR!!!
Pleasant greetings everybody! The Hank-a-roo here back after one of the most wild and wacky Saturdays in College Football we've ever had. Six of the previous week's top 10 teams went down to defeat and the SEC saw the bulk of the upsets with LSU, Texas A&M, South Carolina, and Georgia all going down to defeat. Louisville is officially out of any consideration for the National Championship(and maybe even out of the AAC title hunt as well). And then there was Florida State showing everybody, especially Yours Truly, that the ACC belongs to them. Could we see a freshman win the Heisman Trophy for a second straight year? Certainly Jameis Winston is making a strong argument for that. And if anybody had Missouri as their pick to win the SEC East then you might either be a millionaire by now or just blowing smoke. Anyway, another great week is upcoming and we might very well have a November to remember with some huge matchups on the horizon. For now, it's time to finish October with a look at the wee ...
Washington Post Clemson, South Carolina deal with shocking losses to Florida State, Tennessee…
I am really happy that MIZZOU (7-0) is now ranked 5th n the latest AP football poll. I'm not sure they're THAT good. To all my SEC football friends, I hope this puts to rest any notion that Missouri did not belong in your league. Last year was not indicative of Missouri football. Franklin's injury at the beginning of the year simply revealed they didn't have a backup quarterback. This year, after Franklin was injured in the 4th quarter of the Georgia game, it is clear they do have a good backup. He just proved that against Florida State and will face South Carolina this week. Not sure they can run the table and go undefeated going into the SEC Championship Game, but they will still end up as a highly ranked team. Go Tigers!
So this is what I will call the "Week of Upsets" Vanderbilt beat Georgia Tennessee beat South Carolina Ole Miss beat LSU UCF beat Louisiana Stanford beat UCLA Arizona beat Washington Auburn beat Texas A&M And worst of all, Florida State beat Clemson. And that's only Top 25 College Football. There's still NFL, MLB, and NHL upsets.
Sad that Clemson lost but I must say Jameis Winston is an amazing QB! I might have to change the order of teams I root for: First Clemson, second Florida State, third South Carolina.
I know South Carolina lost today, but I think Florida State just scored again
Even though South Carolina lost I take solace in the fact that Florida State is kicking the bejesus out of Clemson!! GO NOLES!! Brandi Flynn..im soi happy for ya!! and hopefully my reward is the socks make the World Series!!
This must be that annual College Football weekend where all the upsets happen. At least half of the current Top 10 lost today--Clemson got hammered by Florida State in their own house, and LSU, Texas A&M, Louisville and UCLA all lost. Washington State is hanging with Oregon, so they could be the 6th to drop. The rest of the Top 25 was shaky too--Georgia, Washington and South Carolina lost, Miami just got by UNC, and Kansas gave Oklahoma a thrill. Bodes well for Mizzou...
Florida State has kicked Clemson *** in Clemson to the tune of 51-7 with 5 minutes left in the fourth quarter. I love it! This makes the South Carolina loss go down a tiny bit easier. Go 'Noles.
For there is no joy in Louisville, the mighty Cardinals have struck out. What's going on with UCF? They beat Penn State, lose to South Carolina by 3, and now beat Louisville. I guess Florida, Florida State, and Miami may have to look over their shoulder at a new kid on the block in recruiting in Central Florida now , huh? In Florida? Nationwide? Well done UCF.
I'm a day late but still right on time.Georgia slips LSU between the hedges, West Virginia trips up Oklahoma State, Arizona State sticks a fork in USC's gut, Alabama serves Ole Miss a donut, Boise State slaps Southern Mississippi, Washington bears down Arizona, Oregon does what Oregon does on California, Ohio State badgers Wisconsin, Florida State flies by Boston College, Florida blue grasses Kentucky, Texas A&M hog ties Arkansas, Oklahoma lowers the boom on Notre Dame, South Carolina eases by Central Florida, Stanford palouses Washington State, Clemson gives Wake Forest an old school whoopin', TCU hangs horns on SMU, Colorado State head butts UTEP, Fresno State outduels Hawaii, Miami, FL reverts to the "U" against South Florida.Ok NFL let's see if you can top this.
And then there's Clemson. Do they get by Florida State AND South Carolina. I hope so, but I don't think so
Games in the 4th South Carolina leads UCF 21-10 still early in the 4th Miami leads South Florida 49-14 early in the 4th games coming up for the 3:30 slate on the ESPN networks and NBC also on CBS Oklahoma @ Notre Dame on NBC Florida State @ Boston College on ABC/ESPN 2 LSU @ Georgia on CBS Wake Forest @ Clemson on ESPNU
College World Series-baseball, of course, but looking at those who have already punched their ticket for Omaha you would think it was going to be a basketball tournament---UCLA, Indiana, Louisville! If North Carolina tops South Carolina in the deciding game of their regional it will definitely have a basketball feel to the gathering. Pulling for Mississippi State and South Carolina to give the SEC three representatives in the eight-team series. Feel sorry for Florida State's Mike Martin, who year after year fields outstanding teams. His Seminoles were knocked out in the Supers by surprising Indiana. Sadly, Martin, who has brought many teams to Omaha, has never won a National Championship while at the helm in Tallahassee. Also sorry that Vanderbilt was upset by Louisville and not going to Nebraska. Vandy was ranked No. 1 most of the year, and again proves that oftentimes the best team does not win in the game of baseball. Too much can happen in the sport, a subpar performance, a bad hop, a bad call, etc.,e ...
Jake Brown IrishIllustrated.com Recruiting Analyst Alex Bars needed no more time to make a college decision. Last week the Rivals100 offensive tackle from Nashville expressed patience with the recruiting process, setting no concrete time line for announcing a choice. Now he is committed to Notre Dame, choosing to follow in his father’s footsteps. Bars delivered the news to offensive line coach Harry Hiestand on Friday afternoon then also talked with offensive coordinator Chuck Martin and head coach Brian Kelly. “I thought about it real hard for like the last month,” said Bars, whose father, Joe, played for the Irish. “Pressure started coming on and spots started filling up. I just realized that was the school for me.” Notre Dame won out over scholarship offers from Duke, Florida, Florida State, Georgia, Georgia Tech, LSU, Michigan, Ole Miss, Mississippi State, Nebraska, North Carolina, Ohio State, Penn State, South Carolina, Stanford, Tennessee, Texas A&M, Vanderbilt and Virginia, among others. ...
Tennessee RB coach Jay Graham headed to Florida State. Butch Jones' staff at Tennessee got a little smaller on Monday. Running backs coach and former Vols running back Jay Graham has decided to leave Tennessee and take a job as an offensive assistant at Florida State. Graham's position with the Seminoles hasn't been announced. Graham arrived at Tennessee in 2012 after spending three seasons coaching South Carolina's running backs. With Graham in control of the Vols' ground game, Tennessee greatly improved when it came to running the ball. After averaging an SEC-low 90.1 rushing yards per game in 2011, the Vols ranked eighth in the league last fall, averaging 160.3 yards per game. Running backs Rajion Neal and Marlin Lane combined for 1,420 rushing yards and seven touchdowns last season. The loss of Graham is a big hit to Jones' staff. Not only did he do a very good job of restoring some respectability to the Vols' running game last fall but he's a top-notch recruiter. Before he even arrived at Tennessee, ...
National Signing Day Top 25 Rankings: (1) Alabama, (2) Ohio State, (3) Notre Dame, (4) Florida, (5) Michigan, (6) LSU, (7) Mississippi, (8) Auburn, (9) Florida State, (10) Texas A&M, (11) UCLA, (12) Georgia, (13) USC, (14) Clemson, (15) Oklahoma, (16) South Carolina, (17) Nebraska, (18) Washington, (19) Vanderbilt, (20) Tennessee, (21) Oregon, (22) Virginia Tech, (23) Texas, (24) West Virginia, (25) Mississippi State. *Strong, strong classes for the best conference in College Football. Only three of 14 SEC teams (Arkansas, Kentucky and Missouri) did not make the Top 25 rankings. Vandy out-recruits in-state rival Tennessee Vols and the new king of the Lone Star State is Texas A&M -yes, joining the SEC does have its benefits! LSU loses only four offered in-state recruits in Louisiana's Top 40 to out-of-state universities (DE Williams to Alabama, TE Dobard to Miami-Florida, TE Skinner to Houston and TE Carter to Nebraska). Great job of keeping the talent in-state for LSU! Only current unsigned recruits in Lo ...
I posed this hypothetical to David Jones today, I want to pose it to everyone on here. If I had the choice between the head baseball job at any of the top 10 college baseball jobs out there (South Carolina, LSU, North Carolina, Texas, Arkansas, Stanford, Arizona State, Florida State, Miami, Florida, etc.) or to be the manager of the worst team in baseball (the Houston Astros)...which one do I take? Consider...salary, job security, lifestyle for me and my family, dealing with players, control over personnel decisions. Let's hear it!!!
What a great day for College Basketball! Join us at noon as Duke takes on North Carolina State. Following, we have Tennessee vs Alabama, Auburn vs South Carolina, North Carolina vs Florida State, and at 4:00, UK takes on Texas A&M at Home. We will have food and drink specials throughout the UK game. Hope to see you!
ACC releases conference foes for 2013. Clemson at home vs. Florida State, Boston College, Wake Forest and Georgia Tech. ACC road games at Maryland, N.C. State, Virginia and, yes, Syracuse. Tigers also play at home vs. Georgia, S.C. State and The Citadel and at South Carolina. Dates due in Feb.
Three of Clemson's 2013 opponents finished in the top 10 in the final USA Today and AP polls. Georgia finished fourth, while South Carolina was seventh, and Florida State eighth in the final USA Today polls. Clemson opens the season 2013 season on August 31 with a home game against Georgia. I would love to be at that game. I still remember the Georgia chant, both the the version with a cuss word and the one without. Georgia, Geogia, the armpit of the south. Most of the top ten are southern teams. The best football is in the south! The GA coach, Mark Richt is a Christian and you can see him in Sherwood Baptist Church hit film, Facing the Giants.
The BCS National Championship game SUCKED! Until the NCAA implements a playoff system, you will continue to get blow outs like tonight. Congrats to Alabama, but it would have been more interesting to see them play Oregon, Florida State, Stanford, South Carolina or even rematch with Texas A&M or Georgia! The system needs to be overhauled. High school and the NFL participate in playoffs, why not College??
Now Im off work, I had to watch that sorry excuse of a title game...smh... the BCS is trash here are my top 10 teams to finish the season: 1 Texas A&M (they were up 20-0 on Alabama in Bamas own house and couldve easily blew them out 2 Alabama (They O-Line can beast NFL teams with the top 5 draft picks this year) 3 Georgia (1 play away from playing monday night) 4 Stanford (Yes, over Oregon because where was Oregon's offense in that game?? All you Pac-12 bandwagoners I still have this to say to you "BEAT STANFORD"..lol) 5 Oregon (Can Score on anybody but when you drop 63 on USC how do you give up 40+ points??) 6 South Carolina (dat boi Jadaveon Clowney is a fool and they got 2 QBs that can score for them) 7 Florida State (dont let they record fool you, that team can score points) 8 Clemson (If they defense could ever dominate like their offense) 9 LSU (when will Les Miles stop making bum calls on the sidelines??) 10 Florida (Lost to Louisville, I couldve saw that coming Charlie Strong recruited some of tho ...
Coach Hurtt warned us to get ready to have our socks knocked off in recruiting. Well, here we go. 4 star DT De’Asian Richardson just committed to the Cards. The 6'4" 270 lb former WVU commit also held offers from Alabama, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Florida State, Penn State and Missouri. He is currently rated the DT in the country. James Quick, go ahead and pull that trigger.
Stanford won the Rose Bowl, while Florida State took the Orange Bowl and South Carolina won the Outback Bowl. Who will win the Fiesta Bowl tomorrow night, Oregon or Kansas State?
For a long time, the Miami Hurricanes were considered the favorites for defensive tackle Keith Bryant (Delray Beach, Fla./Atlantic Community). But, as always in recruiting, things change. "Bryant, who hinted about the possibility for weeks, said Tuesday at the Lou Groza Palm Beach County High School Awards that Miami is no longer his top school," writes Matt Porter of the Palm Beach Post. "He has Florida State first, South Carolina second and Miami third." "I feel somewhere else is a better fit for me," said Bryant, a 6-foot-2, 305-pound four-star prospect. ( from ESPN insider) ( TRIPP )
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) -- Manti Te'o got a call from *** Butkus on Monday morning, letting him know he was voted the nation's best linebacker. A few hours later, the Notre Dame star accepted the Bronko Nagurski Award as the nation's top defensive player. Oh yeah, he also picked up a trip to New York as one of the finalists for the Heisman Trophy. Not a bad day at all. Te'o led the nation's top-ranked defense with 103 tackles and seven interceptions. He beat out four other finalists: South Carolina end Jadeveon Clowney, Georgia linebacker Jarvis Jones, Alabama cornerback Dee Milliner and Florida State end Bjoern Werner. THA TRUTH
The ACC had a pretty bad weekend. Florida State was worked over by Florida, Clemson couldn't beat a South Carolina team without its starting quarterback, and Georgia Tech was blasted by Georgia. Interest in this weekend's ACC Championship Game isn't … Continue reading →
Kent State was beaten by Kentucky by 33 points. Do you think they should have a shot at a BCS game? Over Oklahoma, LSU, Oregon, South Carolina, Clemson, Florida State, or Stanford?
alright i have to chip in on this football talk because ive seen some stuff i entirely agree with.. 2012 has come to be one of the worst seasons in a long time for NCAA football (although Nebraska went 10-2 winning 6 straight and only losing to UCLA who goes to conference Championship Game vs. Stanford and Ohio State who would potentially be at 12-0) ..first off you have Notre Dame leading the BCS after needing a goaline stand against an unranked USC and their redshirt freshman QB with the ugliest play calling weve ever seen in College Football? i dont know which is worse that or the Chargers allowing a 4th and 29 conversion! and then im sorry but Alabama is an amazing team. just dont understand why theyre back at after getting picked apart and losing to Manziel and the Aggies who were when you have teams like Oregon and Florida that more deserve a shot, i mean the Ducks barely lost in overtime and the Gators beat LSU, South Carolina, Florida State, and oh yeah TEXAS A&M! with that said, the heisman race ...
"Notre Dame and Florida were the two teams that really stood out to me" over the weekend ESPN analyst Kirk Herbstreit said on Sunday night's "BCS Countdown Show." Herbstreit's ESPN colleague, former Gators quarterback Jesse Palmer, was even stronger in his support of the Gators after watching Florida rush for 244 yards against the Seminoles, who entered the game with the No. 1 ranked defense in the country. "When they run the football the way they did against LSU and Florida State, they are the best team in the entire country with that defense,'' Palmer said of the Gators. "They beat the team [Texas A&M] that Alabama lost to. They smashed the team [South Carolina] that smashed Georgia." Go Gators!
The SEC embarrasses the ACC Kevin November 25, 2012 - 12:38pm It may have been a holiday week, but the Atlantic Coastal Conference didn’t have much to be thankful for. Earlier in the week, Maryland – a founding member of the conference – decided to bolt the league despite a thought-to-be impenetrable $50 million exit fee driven by the recent partnership with Notre Dame. Saturday, the SEC showed the world that the gap between the best football league in America and the ACC is as wide as ever. Florida 37, Florida State 26 South Carolina 27, Clemson 17 Georgia 42, Georgia Tech 10 Vanderbilt 55, Wake Forest 21 Two teams that didn’t even win their own division in the SEC beat the top two teams in the ACC in Florida and South Carolina – both games on the road in ACC territory. The Gamecocks were without their starting quarterback. It didn’t matter. Georgia and Vanderbilt smoked their respective rivals. It’s yet another reminder that the SEC brand of football is second to none. Meanwhile, either Ge ...
Well. I guess its official now, after Georgia spanked Georgia Tech, Florida thumped Florida State, South Carolina drumed Clemson and Vanderbelt destroyed Wake Forest. The ACC is a basketball conference. And the SEC is, say that again IS THE FOOTBALL CONFERENCE!
Vandy at Wake: Vandy wins 55-21. Florida at Florida State: Florida wins 37-26. Georgia Tech at Georgia: Georgia wins 42-10. South Carolina at Clemson: South Carolina wins 27-17. That little review included the top 3 ACC teams. Can you imagine how bad it would have been with Duke, Maryland, and Boston College? SEC! Go Gamecocks!
Clemson: Chalk this one up as more proof the SEC is simply light years ahead of everyone else. Clemson hosted a South Carolina team that didn't have starting quarterback (US Presswire)Connor Shaw, who was injured. And the Tigers got outclassed in a 27-17 loss. They couldn't block Gamecocks end Jadeveon Clowney, who had 4.5 sacks and dominated the entire game. And near the end, Clemson raised the white flag when it punted with three minutes left, trailing by 10 points. It's hard to win when the coaches are more concerned about keeping the final losing margin close. Clemson's season is ultimately a 10-2 disappointment. The Tigers lost to their biggest ACC rival, Florida State, and their in-state rival, Clemson. South Carolina won its fourth straight game in the series for the first time since 1951-54. Clemson won't play for the ACC championship and won't play in a BCS bowl. The Tigers didn't beat one team this season that was ranked at the time of the game. While 10 wins is tough to accomplish, Clemson's se ...
Time keeps on slippin' slippin' slippin', into the future.Alabama bullies Auburn, Stanford farts on UCLA, Notre Dame stones USC, Ohio State horse shoes Michigan, Baylor fools Texas Tech, Oklahoma oh-tees Oklahoma State, South Carolina steps on Clemson, Georgia bites Georgia Tech, Fresno State grounds Air Force, Texas A&M slaps Missouri, Oregon runs past Oregon State, Connecticut kicks Louisville, Florida chomps Florida State, VirginiaTech hokies Virginia, Pittsburgh thumps Rutgers, Miami-FL bounces Duke, Tennessee bluegrasses Kentucky, Penn State badgers Wisconsin.One more week everybody. Just hold on one more week. BTW...Lane Kiffin is the worst coach with the best talent in the nation. He was clearly outcoached tonight and everyone saw it. You have six chances inside NDs 3 yard line and you get no points? Running into the strength of NDs defense at times without a fullback? That goes to show you he didn't watch much film on ND.Congrats to Brian Kelly and Notre Dame for an undefeated regular season. It . ...
The SEC shut down the SCC today! Vanderbilt over Wake Forest, Georgia over Georgia Tech, Florida over Florida State, and South Carolina over Clemson!
Great win for South Carolina! Gratz to SoS the winningest coach in South Carolina History. This win proves the point of how inferior the Acc is compared to the Sec. Georgia beat Ga Tech who is by the way representing the Coastal division in the Acc Championship Game. Then the other division champ for the Acc, Florida State, loses to Florida at home. And last but not least one of the, "The sec is down teams" Vanderbilt beats Wake Forest 55-14 in Winston-Salem. The Sec may be down, but the Acc is just bad. But great win Usc, Go ***
Today the Southeastern Conference showed its superiority over the Alantic Coast Conference in football as Florida beat Florida State (I wanted the Seminoles to win), Georgia destroyed Georgia Tech, South Carolina beat Clemson and, I'm still choking on this one, Vanderbilt beat Wake Forest. There seems to be little doubt that the winner of the SEC Championship Game will play in the National Championship game, but even the most optimistic SEC fan knows that sooner or later the title streak for the league will end.
The Gamecocks win. It was a very good game. Clemson played well, Gamecocks played a little better. I wish Clemson all the best in their bowl game. As far as the guy in South Carolina who said the ACC is better than the SEC in football, let's look at the head to head results today. Vanderbuilt (SEC) defeated Wake Forest (ACC), Georgia (SEC) defeated Georgia Tech (ACC), Florida (SEC) defeated Florida State, and South Carolina (SEC) defeated Clemson (ACC). The ACC is the better conference in College Basketball, but not College Football.
hopes everyone enjoyed their Thanksgiving and wants to welcome you to week thirteen of Skinny's Picks on FB. Coming into Rivalry Weekend, Skinny currently stands at 42-30 overall after going 4-2 in week twelve. With that said, here are the picks: Ohio State over (19) Michigan in The Game, (5) Oregon over (15) Oregon State in the Civil War, (10) Florida State over (4) Florida, (13) Oklahoma over (21) Oklahoma State in Bedlam, (1) Notre Dame over USC and in the biggest game in the history of our great state, (12) South Carolina over (11) Clemson in the Battle of the Palmetto State (Skinny hopes to high heaven that he misses this one, but after unsuccessfully picking his Tigers to win the past three years, he's hoping for a reversal of fortune this time around). Enjoy your day, peeps. Oh, before he forgets: go Tigers! Beat those ***
Jack's Free Pick Saturday: Clemson Tigers -3.5 The Tigers have been absolutely rolling this season and they’re clearly one of the best teams in College Football. Their only loss came at Florida State against the one-loss Seminoles. They have won seven straight since while going 7-1 against the spread dating back to that loss to Florida State. All seven wins have come by 14 points or more. South Carolina hasn’t looked all that sharp since back-to-back losses to Florida and LSU. It beat Tennessee by a final of 38-35 at home and lost its best offensive player in Marcus Lattimore to a season-ending injury in that game. It found itself tied with Wofford 7-7 entering the fourth quarter last Saturday before scoring 17 points in the final period to pull away for a 24-7 victory. Clemson wants revenge from three straight losses to South Carolina. It has an excellent chance to get it at home, where it is 6-0 on the season and outscoring opponents by an average of 24.2 points per game. Both of South Carolina’s ...
Hobbs' College Football Predictions "Rivalry Week" Edition Florida vs. Florida State (Thank God that both teams are 10-1 and in the Top 10. Like it used to be and should be with all of the high school football talent in state. FSU grads are feeling cocky because the game is at home, but they haven't played a defense as strong as what they will see today. Conversely, the Gators have not faced an offense as strong as FSU's today, but the anemic Gators Offense has managed to score on defenses as strong as FSU's (see LSU, SC and Ga.) That said, I expect an intense defensive battle, with the Boys From Old Florida beating the Florida State College for Women 13-10). Notre Dame 24 USC 10 Ohio State 24 Michigan 20 Georgia 35 Georgia Tech 24 Virginia Tech 17 Virginia 14 Southern 22 Grambling 20 Alabama 52 Auburn 7 Texas A&M 38 Missouri 14 Clemson 38 South Carolina 28 UCLA 34 Stanford 31 Miss. State 28 Miss. 17
Week 13 of the 2012 College Football season is Thanksgiving week. It's also Rivalry Week in College Football!Some of the top college rivalry games this week include South Carolina at Clemson, Michigan at Ohio State, Oregon at Oregon State, Florida at Florida State, Georgia Tech at Georgia, Oklahoma ...
OK I am going to post what the three or four things that could happen to Georgia in the College Football world here they are BCS Championship Game: Miami, Jan. 7 As stated, this one's simple: Beat Georgia Tech and Alabama and you're in. The real intrigue is the opponent: It would be Notre Dame - the same team Georgia beat to win the 1980 title - if the Irish beat Southern Cal. But if not, the most intriguing scenario is this: Florida beats Florida State, and you have a rematch with the Gators ... in Miami. Sugar Bowl: New Orleans, Jan. 2 Heading into this weekend, most analysts felt Georgia needed to win out even to make a BCS bowl, because a two-loss Georgia would be less attractive than a one-loss Florida, or two-loss LSU, Texas A&M or South Carolina. But my sense is the events of Saturday enhances the chances that Georgia can make the BCS with a close loss to Alabama. Normally, no matter what they say bowl officials go into championship Saturday ready with their picks, and they don't have the inclinati ...
Well - World War 3 is firing up in the big sandbox, Civil War is about to break out in America (possibly over a run on Twinkies and Ding Dongs), Florida State somehow is ranked below South Carolina in the BCS, I'm more broke than I have ever been in my life, and I'm pretty sure the world ending in 5 weeks looks like a solid prospect. Who wants to rage???
Why is Florida State playing in the ACC a bad thing when Notre Dame plays the worst teams from the ACC and its a good thing? And, why does NC State only play well twice a year? How about instead of all the crappy teams in the ACC taking their best shot at FSU, they take their best shot at some of the out of conference games and give the conference a little credibility. While I'm at it, South Carolina vs Wofford, Alabama vs Western Carolina, Florida vs Jacksonville State, and Georgia vs Georgia Southern yet FSU gets crap for playing a weak out of conference schedule even though West Virginia pusses out at the last second.
Current Top Ten teams Played by Current Top 10- NCAA FOOTBALL This isn't a sports blog, but... Here's the list of how many teams, currently in the top 10, that each of the current top ten have played. I just went over it and I'm pretty sure this is accurate...These are from the BCS poll. 1 Kansas State- 0 2 Oregon- 0 3 Notre Dame-0 4 Alabama-2 5 Georgia-2 6 Florida-4... (and still have Florida St to play). 7 LSU-4 8 Texas A&M-3 9 South Carolina-3 10 Florida State-0...(and still haveFlorida to play).
The most accurate College Football poll is not the BCS or the AP or any other. College coaches know the best, so if you really want to know how your team ranks go to this one: THE COACHES POLL! 1. Alabama 2. Oregon 3. Kansas State 4. Notre Dame 5. Georgia 6. Florida State 7. Florida 8. Clemson 9. LSU 10. Louisville 11. South Carolina 12. Oregon State 13. Oklahoma 14. Texas A&M 15. Stanford 16. Nebraska 17. Texas 18. Louisiana Tech 19. UCLA 20. Rutgers 21. Northwestern 22. Southern California 23. Mississippi State 24. Boise State 25. Toledo
BCS Top 10 Rankings for this week 1. Alabama 2. Kansas State (what a year for Bill Schnider's team) 3. Notre Dame (the Leprechaun is serious this year) 4.Oregon (Ducks after dropping 70 on Colorado, drop in the rankings again) 5. LSU 6. Georgia 7. Florida 8. South Carolina 9. Florida State 10. Louisville (Give Head Coach Charlie Strong and quarterback Teddy Bridgewater a lot of credit for putting the Big East in the top 10)
Clemson is beating the MIGHTY Wake Forest DEACONS!!! Woo Hoo!!! Clemsons schedule this year: Auburn (has won 1 game this year), Ball State, Furman, Florida State (which they lost), Boston College (has also has won 1 game so far), Georgia Tech (won 3, lost 4), Virginia Tech (4-4), Wake Forest, Duke, Maryland, and NC State. They only play 2 ranked teams the entire year.Florida State (which they lost), and South Carolina. Way to go Datbow Sweety.real impressive! :-)
Next season looks good. Definitely have to go to the Tennessee, Georgia, and FSU game. MUST SEE GAMES NEXT YEAR! this season will be over before we know it... sadness. Aug 31 Toledo (home) Sep 7 Miami (away) Sep 21 Tennessee * (home) Sep 28 Kentucky * (away) Oct 5 Arkansas * (home) Oct 12 LSU * (away) Oct 19 Missouri * (away) Nov 2 Georgia * (away) Nov 9 Vanderbilt * (home) Nov 16 South Carolina * (away) Nov 23 Georgia Southern (home) Nov 30 Florida State (home)
The highest ranked team to lose on Saturday was South Carolina. Florida beat them by 33. Still, during the Florida State – Miami game, Brent Musburger asked if Florida was in danger of being jumped in the BCS. Herbstreit said, “It’s possible after how good Oregon looked against Arizona State (unranked, lost to Missouri) and how good Kansas State looked against West Virginia (worst defense in College Football, lost to Texas Tech by 35 one week before).” Musburger came back with, “Florida did beat up on South Carolina, but that game was at home.” Seriously.
8 weeks down & 8 weeks to go in the College Football season til bowl season starts. Key Games: for week 8. Take your picks. # 6 LSU at # 18 Texas A&M, # 7 South Carolina at # 2 Florida, # 17 Texas Tech at # 23 TCU, # 4 Kansas State at # 13 West Virginia, # 14 Florida State at Unranked Miami (FL) # 24 Iowa State at Unranked Oklahoma State.
Well, Florida is in the BCS... I certainly did not expect that this year. I thought it was going to be a "as long as we beat Florida State year". :) I will have mixed feelings when Florida plays South Carolina this weekend--- Cause I want the Gators to win, but I want Steve Spurrier to win too. such a hard weekend ahead!
No. 3/4 Florida (6-0, 5-0 SEC) returns to The Swamp to face No. 9/8 South Carolina (6-1, 4-1 SEC) on Saturday afternoon. For the sixth time this season, UF will play in front of a nationally-televised audience, this time with a 3:30 p.m. kickoff on CBS. Florida will be making its 35th appearance on ESPN’s College GameDay, a figure that leads the nation. This will be the program’s first appearance in Gainesville since Nov. 28, 2009, a 37-10 Florida victory over Florida State. UF has already appeared twice on the program this season in consecutive weeks, a 20-17 win over Texas A&M in College Station on Sept. 8 and a 37-20 victory over No. 23 Tennessee on Sept. 15 in Knoxville. The Gators beat Vanderbilt for the 22nd-consecutive time last weekend, winning 31-17. Jeff Driskel rushed for 177 yards, the most in school history by a Florida quarterback, and scored three touchdowns. South Carolina dropped its first game of the season last weekend, losing 23-21 at No. 9 LSU. For the first time in the series, bo ...
Beavers are now in the country. However, I don't see that lasting when the real rankings are released tonight. Go Beavers! My prediction: 1) Alabama 2) Florida 3) Oregon 4) Notre Dame 5) Kansas State 6) Ohio State 7) LSU 8) Florida State 9) Oregon State 10) South Carolina
Now that we're back to our normal schedule... In this week's edition of The Bleacher Briefings podcast, we discuss the teams on the rise in the newest College Football polls, big games from Week 5 of the NFL, and unruly fans in Atlanta and Kansas City! - Teams on the Rise: LSU, Florida State, and Georgia all fell on Saturday, and South Carolina, Florida, and West Virginia reaped the benefits of it. Which of these teams could be a serious contender for the national title? We'll tell you. - Week 5 Review: The Patriots, Saints, and Colts were among the teams that had big wins this weekend, as Tom Brady outdueled Peyton Manning, Drew Brees passed an all-time great in route to a victory, and Andrew Luck led an inspired comeback against the Packers. We break down all these games and more. - When Fans Cross the Line: On Friday, fans became unruly following a questionable call in the Braves-Cardinals playoff game, and on Sunday, Kansas City fans cheered when starting quarterback Matt Cassel went down with an inju ...
As I look over the rest of the College Football season I come to a conclusion that Alabama will be in the National Championship game. The only team that stands in their way is LSU and if they can come out that game it’s a wrap. The second team is a little tricky. You have Oregon, Florida, Notre Dame and West Virginia. Florida is a no go they have to play South Carolina and Florida State and I don’t think they will win either game. Then you have Oregon who let’s face it, have a heck of a gauntlet to run by facing USC and Stanford. You have to think the pressure will get them one time or another. The last two I feel with the easiest road if you want to consider facing three ranked teams easy. They are West Virginia and Notre Dame. Between the two WVU has the best chance just because of the schedule. They have to face Kansas St. who is rank 6 and Oklahoma which is rank 13. While ND have three tough games in Stanford # 17, Oklahoma and USC in their way to the big game. The wild card in this is the Soone ...
I had good feelings about Christian Ponder coming out of college being a successful quarterback in the NFL. I wanted him to end up in Tampa Bay but, alas, the new coaching staff wants to give Josh Freeman a chance. Alas, it appears that Ponder's living up to what I thought he could do here in his second season in the league. I have the same feeling when it comes to Connor Shaw from South Carolina. He's got the same set of skills that Ponder has plus the intangibles that Ponder brought to Florida State and brings to the Vikings. I can only hope that when he declares, Tampa Bay smartens up that Freeman isn't the franchise quarterback he was labelled as coming out of college and takes Shaw. I can only hope he declares this year and Tampa Bay picks him up, letting him take a year to learn the offense while Freeman plays out his contract.
No. 1 Alabama and No. 2 Oregon held their spots at the top of the rankings. Alabama is a unanimous No. 1 again. No. 3 South Carolina, off a 35-7 victory against Georgia, moved up three spots. No. 4 Florida jumped six spots after beating LSU 14-6. No. 5 West Virginia moved up three with a 48-45 victory at Texas. No. 6 Kansas State, No. 7 Notre Dame and No. 8 Ohio State also moved up. LSU dropped five to No. 9 and unbeaten Oregon State is No. 10. Florida State fell from No. 3 to No. 12 after losing 17-16 on a last-minute touchdown at North Carolina State.
Yesterday was one of *** of day in College Football, especially since 3 Florida State, 4 LSU, and 5 Georgia lost, lol. Now, South Carolina totally beat down Georgia showing no mercy, and barely allowing the bulldogs to score one touchdown. LSU could only kick two field goals against Florida, and Florida State lost by one point to NC State. I'd like to say that Alabama will stay at No. 1, along with Oregon at No. 2 making the rest of the top ten really interesting by tomorrow morning. I'm glad to see Vanderbilt beat Mizzou 19 to 15, who happens to be the next team we play on the road next Saturday. Well, Bama had the weekend off so they can get fully prepared for the new tigers up in Arrowhead Stadium. Keep going strong for the Crimson nation. Roll Tide!!!
After reviewing the new AP Top 25 Poll , I think the National Media was very forgiving to LSU georgia & Florida State after losses we are # 9 in the Polls with ample opportunity to move back up starting with South Carolina this Saturday Night , and Trust Me . The Ole Ball Coach ( Spurrier ) will have something up his sleeve with Lattimore & Jadaveon Clowney & Connor Shaw.
Pat Riley says that an NBA playoff series doesn't really start until somebody wins a game on the road. I think the same can be said of College Football as Florida State, Georgia and LSU found out this week. Anybody can look impressive at home, but until you beat a quality program on the road you are a pretender. We shall see what South Carolina does next week at LSU. ;)
Down goes Florida State, LSU, Georgia, Texas and TCU. Being at the top only means there more room to fall. Good job NC State, Florida, South Carolina, West Virginia and Iowa State.
Florida State is about to lose, LSU already and Georgia just got washed by South Carolina.ummm what's that tell you? "We'll we moving on up!" (Does the George Jefferson dance)
Oregon State quarterback Sean Mannion has completed 82 passes for 1,088 yards and six touchdowns this season. (Christian Petersen / Getty Images / September 29, 2012) By Chris Dufresne October 1, 2012, 3:37 p.m. Rolling Tide, meet Beaver Dam. Alabama, it turns out, does not have a mortal lock on the No. 1 spot in College Football. Oregon State, which is off to a 3-0 start, is No. 1 in two of the computer indexes used in the BCS standings formula. The Beavers are tops in the ColleyMatrix, which boasts "Bias Free Matrix Rankings." If Colley had its way, Oregon State today would play No. 2 Notre Dame for the national title. This would not bring back fond memories for Notre Dame, handed a humiliating 41-9 loss by Oregon State in the 2001 Fiesta Bowl. Florida is No. 3 in Colley's rankings, followed by Alabama (oh yeah, those guys), Florida State, South Carolina and Kansas State. UCLA fans will be thrilled to know the Bruins are No. 24, well ahead of No. 45 USC. Ken Massey's BCS rankings also have Oregon State ...
Gee, that best football team ever (USC) that was going to beat the Ducks "TWICE" and reclaim their rightful place as the Pac-12 Champion and to be crowned the National Champion almost by default, sure is a long way down the list. I suppose it could be a ploy to sneak up on the Ducks. WEEK 6 AP College Football RANKINGS 1. Alabama 2. Oregon 3. Florida State 4. LSU 5. Georgia 6. South Carolina 7. Kansas State 8. West Virginia 9. Notre Dame 10. Florida 11. Texas 12. Ohio State 13. USC 14. Oregon State 15. Clemson 16. TCU 17. Oklahoma 18. Stanford 19. Louisville 20. Mississippi State 21. Nebraska 22. Rutgers 23. Washington 24. Northwestern 25. UCLA
Lord have mercy! Could it be - could it actually be - that Georgia Bulldogs are really and truly a for real and legitimate contender again. I don't remember the last time the UGA played the teams that it is supposed to beat with the intensity to just bury them and the teams that it is supposed to compete with with a business-like toughness - such as Missouri. The schedule is soft relative to most of the SEC but at long last UGA is putting up big points and firing on all cylinders. All-in-all this is turning into one of the most interesting looking football seasons in years. The emergence of Florida State, Kansas State, and yes Notre Dame adds some non-SEC spice to the stew. Oregon remains interesting as well. Meanwhile Florida looks like it is hitting a stride, South Carolina is really good, and now I’m not so sure that LSU is quite the juggernaut it was thought to be. Too bad for me that all the games are airing at 3 AM where I am in Germany.
Casey Mortakes - Top 6 games to watch this Saturday 1. Maryland at 8 WVU 2. Missouri at 7 South Carolina 3. 22 Arizona at 3 Oregon 4. 10 Clemson at 4 Florida State 5. 15 Kansas State at 6 Oklahoma 6. 18 Michigan at 11 Notre Dame
Current top ten: Alabama, LSU, Oregon, West Virginia, Florida State, Georgia, Clemson, Oklahoma, Notre Dame, South Carolina. I've got Texas and Stanford just on the outside.
For those of you following along at home, the new Top 10 have been announced. 1. Alabama 2. LSU 3. Oregon 4. Florida State 5. Georgia 6. Oklahoma 7. South Carolina 8. West Virginia 9. Stanford 10. Clemson Virginia Tech (was 13) dropped out of the rankings entirely, and USC fell to (told y'all it was coming). So here's the question, ladies and gentlemen. Will the world allow another SEC National Championship game? Alabama and LSU are still the two best teams in football. Personally I think Oregon will jump LSU when Alabama beats them in November, and the Ducks will go on to fall against the mighty Tide. But who's to say? Roll Tide.
There are some good College Football games next week: BYU/Boise State; Vandy/Georgia; Clemson/Florida State; Kentucky/Florida; Missouri/South Carolina; Michigan/Notre Dame; Kansas State/Oklahoma; Arizona/Oregon; Miami/Georgia Tech; and many more! Gotta love the fall!!
After three weeks of College Football, the top ten should now look exactly like this; 1) Alabama, 2) LSU, 3) Florida State, 4) South Carolina, 5) Texas, 6) Notre Dame, 7) Oregon, 8) Oklahoma, 9) Georgia, 10) Ohio State.
Based off of Wk 1: West Virginia, South Carolina, Michigan State, & maybe Florida State. OU should be 8th or 9th.
Here is the full list of the top 20 party schools: 1) West Virginia University 2) University of Iowa 3) Ohio University 4) University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 5) University of Georgia 6) University of Florida in Gainesville 7) University of California-Santa Barbara 8) Florida State University 9) Miami University of Ohio 10) Syracuse University 11) Penn State University 12) DePauw University 13) University of Wisconsin-Madison 14) University of Mississippi 15) University of Texas-Austin 16) University of Maryland 17) University of South Carolina 18) James Madison University 19) University of Maine 20) University of Tennessee REALLY CALIFORNIA! lol at least were in the top 10. i wanna go party in Santa Barbara Richard Avila !
National publication listed Death Valley in Clemson as the best place to watch a College Football game has now listed clemson as having the most exciting entrance in College Football. Florida State was listed 2nd and South Carolina was number 19. Not bad both schools in the top 20
Got Tim and my picks for college Tims - Florida, Michigan, Virginia Tech, Ok. State, WVU, TCU, Stanford, Nevada, and one of my favs Lsu! My amazing picks are Alabama, Wisconsin, Florida State, Texas, Southern Florida, Boise State, USC, Hawaii, South Carolina! I survived that hard ! hard hilly, stairs race no oxygen needed :)
ok College Football is rolling ever closer our way and with the coaches poll coming out today I've got to say that I do not agree with their top 10 at all. You've got Arkansas and South Carolina at 10 and 9.I do not see Arkansas breaking the top 15 by seasons end...I think SC will be *** lucky to break he top 10. Michigan is a solid top 10, maybe as high as 5 but Florida State will be lucky to crack the top 20 by seasons end... Oregon is a solid, Georgia will not finish as high as 10, Oklahoma will not be a contender, Alabama and LSU are both top 5, Southern Cal will not make the top 10 by end of year.My top 10 would look ore like this. Oregon Wisconsin LSU Alabama Clemson Michigan Texas Michigan State Oklahoma Nebraska and that's how I see it before we get started here. USC is not in the class of any of the teams 10.
The USA Today Sports Coaches’ Poll was released Thursday, with LSU as the No. 1 ranked team entering 2012. Defending National Champion Alabama is ranked second, followed in the top five by No. 3 USC, No. 4 Oklahoma and No. 5 Oregon. Les Miles and LSU occupy the top spot in the USA Today Coaches Poll. (AP Photo) Sporting News released its preseason Top 25 poll a day earlier, and it also had LSU on top, though USC was No. 2 followed by Alabama at No. 3. The SEC, winners of the past six National Championships, has five teams including No. 6 Georgia, No. 9 South Carolina and No. 10 Arkansas, is in the top 10. LSU received 18 first-place votes, just two fewer than Alabama. The Tigers return 15 starters and will trot out first-year starter Zach Mettenberger at quarterback. Complete USA Today Coaches Poll: 1. LSU 2. Alabama 3. USC 4. Oklahoma 5. Oregon 6. Georgia 7. Florida State 8. Michigan 9. South Carolina 10. Arkansas 11. West Virginia 12. Wisconsin 13. Michigan State 14. Clemson 15. Texas 16. Nebraska 17. ...
Florida and Florida State and South Carolina have contacted AJ Jackson about visiting AFTER his commit he sz on Smashmouth Radio Network!
I love the Virginia Cavaliers and think the South Carolina Gamecocks are horrible. Also I hope South Carolina loses in the CWS and Florida State wins it all. GO NOLES!
:-(( Well, that ends it. Final score 4-1, a two-hitter for South Carolina with the last 22 Kent State batters retired in a row, with eight strikeouts and a complete game for South Carolina's pitcher, who faced only one batter over the minimum in a brilliant performance. Well, congratulations to the Golden Flashes for a great series in their first-ever College World Series appearance, even knocking off the country's number one ranked Florida State. South Carolina was going to be a challenge no matter what because they've won the CWS the last two years.
Today it is the Wildcats of Arizona vs the Seminoles of Florida State semi-finals of the NCAA College World Series. The Wildcats beat the Seminoles last Saturday 4-3 but the Seminoles worked their way through the losers portion of the bracket to earn this matchup. A Arizona win will put the Wildcats in the National Championship round which could be Arkansas or South Carolina. A loss will force another game tomorrow with the Seminoles since it is a double-elimination tournament. GO WILDCATS!!
Kind of rooting for South Carolina tonight in the College World Series, that way Florida State can beat them to win the Title and I can harass Erik Nielsen and Jaymie Amos Nielsen.
Florida State sends UCLA home with a 4-1 win Tuesday night. Tonight one game: Kent State vs South Carolina at 7pm.
well went 3-1 in picking the winners for the first two days of the College World Series. And the lone loss went 12 innings when Florida State lost to Arizona. It looks like South Carolina and UCLA are on a collision course to meet in the final and a rematch of the 2010 championship series. I got FSU over Stony Brook and UCLA over Arizona tomorrow
Want to thank Bucky, Michael and Lang for combining to overcome the College World Series "Mascot Challenge" on The Drive! The guys collectively guessed the nicknames of the eight participants: Arizona, Arkansas, Florida, Florida State, Kent State, South Carolina, Stony Brook, UCLA. Who are you rooting for in Omaha?
Florida, UCLA, Florida State, Arizona, South Carolina, Arkansas, Kent State, and the State University of New York at Stony Brook.
Florida State's Bobby Bowden bragged in 2004 that by adding Miami "the state of Florida is going to learn about the ACC" and that "the stepbrother is down in Gainesville." SEC Commissioner Mike Slive's response that year: "None of us ever becomes great by being complacent. We feel the competition. We know the competition. We welcome the competition. We are the best. They're going to have their work cut out for them." You know the rest. The SEC's six straight BCS titles. The ACC's 2-13 all-time record in BCS bowls. The SEC's 40-23 record vs. the ACC since 2004, including a 17-7 mark by South Carolina, Florida and Georgia against their respective ACC rivals. The ACC can't even cheat better than the SEC. North Carolina got a bowl ban, Georgia Tech vacated its 2009 ACC title, Bowden lost too many wins to keep pace with Joe Paterno, and the jury's out on what happens to Miami. The SEC? South Carolina salvaged its 2010 SEC East title and its future despite NCAA violations, and Alabama and LSU staged the first B ...
Big series this weekend ,Florida State @ Clemson Tigers ,if you have access to ESPN3, the games will be streaming over the internet,Sat 6:30,Sun. 6:30,Mon. 6:00. Go Tigers !!! South Carolina here we come.
This past weekend the Clemson Tigers took 2 out 3 against the College of Charleston and earlier today we beat Tennessee Tech in Extra Innings with a walk off home run by Richie Schaffer , this coming weekend we will playing against Florida State who are # 1,we will prevail , Go Tigers !!! South Carolina here we come ,see you in 3 days .
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