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Like how do you beat unc, Louisville, Notre Dame, Florida State, Virginia, Florida, but lose to South Carolina
Notre Dame and South Carolina losing. HOLY COW. But the women's game is boring and predictable right?
UConn, South Carolina, Notre Dame and Baylor expected to be 1-seeds.
Favorites to land Notre Dame QB Everett Golson are South Carolina and Georgia, per
QB Everett Golson will transfer out of Notre Dame. The Myrtle Beach, SC native is down to South Carolina and Georgia p…
In-depth recap of Notre Dame's victory over South Carolina
Notre Dame holds off South Carolina to advance to the national Title Game:
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Brianna Turner pushed Notre Dame ahead with a 9-0 run, but South Carolina is coming back.
South Carolina turns up the defense! Notre Dame holding on by one possession.
Great first game between Notre Dame and South Carolina! Congrats Irish!
WBB: One short: South Carolina's comeback bid fell just short, as it lost 66-65 to Notre Dame in the Final Fou...
End of game, South Carolina misses 3, Notre Dame wins by 1, advances to Title Game.
Notre Dame hangs on to beat South Carolina in Final Four nailbiter, 66-65. Wow. Good win for the Irish. Found a way to win at the end.
Gutting loss for South Carolina, but Notre Dame had more poise at the end. A couple of years from now, SC will have experience to handle it.
Poor execution by South Carolina at the end of the game, but they had a great season. Big win by Notre Dame.
South Carolina just had as bad a possession as you can have at the end of a 1-pt game. Great D by Notre Dame.
Crazy end to the South Carolina vs Notre Dame game. Hate seeing people cry after losing. Heartbreaking.
Notre Dame will face South Carolina in Tampa, and the Irish have a 54% chance of going all the way
South Carolina will face Notre Dame in the Final Four semifinals on Sunday.
South Carolina women remain No. 1 in AP poll while Notre Dame falls out of top 5
Okay, Don Kirk, I may be getting close to you in the college sweatshirt department. Some closet cleaning /organizing has revealed Chico (2), Clemson (3), Notre Dame (2), Harvard, Baylor, UCLA, UCSB, USC, Utah, South Carolina, Stanford, Cal, and Michigan State . Sorry, no SJSU.
The real is playing Notre Dame. The real is playing NC State. The true University of South Carolina is
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 ...
There is a chance for a South Carolina vs Notre Dame bowl matchup at the Belk Bowl in Charlotte. Golsen vs The Gameco…
What awesome football games Mississippi State wins Notre Dame eeks by(Larry you probably loved the game) Ole Miss is winning 21 - 0 already South Carolina has a bye!!! Penn State is trailing DARN!!! what a great football night!!
Today's the day...Destinee Walker (Lake Highland Prep) is down to Duke, Notre Dame, Penn St, South Carolina & UNC. Who does she pick??
Baylor, UCLA, Notre Dame and Mich State are not better than Georgia, Ole Miss, Miss State, and South Carolina
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
Lou Holtz - In 1966, when he was only 28 years old, he was hired as an assistant coach at the University of South Carolina. His wife, Beth, was 8 months pregnant with their third child and Lou had spent every dollar he had on a down payment on a house. One month later, the Head Coach who had hired Lou resigned, and Lou found himself out of a job. In an attempt to lift his spirits, his wife gave him a book - The Magic of Thinking Big by David Schwartz. The book said that you should write down all the goals you want to achieve in your life. Lou sat down at the dining room table, turned his imagination loose, and before he knew it, he had listed 107 goals he wanted to achieve before he died. These goals covered every area of his life and included having dinner at the White House, appearing on the Tonight Show with Johnny Carson, meeting the pope, coaching at Notre Dame, leading his team to a National Championship, and shooting a hole in one in golf. So far Lou has achieved 81 of these goals, including ...
Women's team is loaded, Notre Dame, Tennessee, Louisville & South Carolina all represented on ONE TEAM!
UConn, Notre Dame, Tennessee and South Carolina grabbed the four No. 1 seeds on Monday night.
UConn, Notre Dame, Tennessee and South Carolina gets the four seeds in the NCAA Womens tournament. If UConn and Notre Dame goes the distance, they could meet each other for the National Championship.
Let's Go Notre Dame Football 🍀 today finish strong on National signing day for there are 5 players still in play for the Irish. PSU has a great class as well so James Franklin and staff Congrats once again. Also, pulling for Tennessee, Oregon, and South Carolina. 🙏💪🏆👍
For those of you who knew my Uncle Ned (Fr. Joyce) you may find this " hometown boy made good" article interesting. Have NO IDEA where my brother, Edmund, found it. Memorial for Fr. Joyce to be Built in South Carolina Published: November 18, 2013 A memorial has been commissioned for Rev. Edmund P. Joyce, C.S.C., in Spartanburg, S.C. Fr. Joyce, who retired in 1987 after serving 35 years as the chief financial officer of the University of Notre Dame, graduated from Spartanburg High School and worked with the L.C. Dodge accounting firm there after he graduated magna *** laude from Notre Dame in 1937. He died in 2004. According to ND Works, the faculty and staff newspaper at ND, Duncan Stroik, ND professor of architecture, has been commissioned to design the memorial, which will be a free-standing bell tower adjacent to the new St. Paul the Apostle Parish, which he also designed. Fr. Joyce was the first person from South Carolina to study at ND. Fr. Joyce was executive vice president under ND President Rev. . ...
BREAK THE MOLD. I know that many of us have been watching and enjoying the bowl games, and many have been exciting. I was reminded of a football situation that happened several years ago when Lou Holtz was fired by the athletic director of Arkansas, Frank Broyles. The interviewer asked why the firing took place, and Broyles said, "I'm sorry about it but Lou Holtz is just, well burnt out! There isn't anything left. That sometimes happens." Since then, Lou Holtz has coached at Notre Dame, he coached in the National Football League, and for several years, coached at South Carolina. And now, he is a much sought after, after-dinner speaker, and a popular football analyst on television. He is just filled with enthusiasm and success! It's a great thing he didn't believe his critic, and perhaps some of us may need to overcome something similar, when someone has planted negative limitations in our minds.
There's still an outside chance Ohio State jumps FSU to finish 2nd in the BCS standings, even with both finishing unbeaten. OSU fans, keep an eye (and root for) the following this weekend... Iowa (over Nebraska) Wisconsin (over Penn State) Michigan State (over Minnesota) Arizona State (over Arizona) Notre Dame (over Stanford) South Carolina (over Clemson) Pittsburgh (over Miami) North Carolina (over Duke) Georgia Tech (over Georgia) They closed the BCS gap this week and all hope isn't lost.
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 ( ...
I'm with MassNole from TomahawkNation. UCF could still make the National Title Game with us: 1) Alabama loses two of LSU, Auburn, SECCG 2) Oregon loses one of Oregon State, Arizona, P12CG 3) Stanford loses one of USC, Notre Dame, P12CG 4) Ohio State loses two of Michigan, Indiana, B12CG 5) Baylor loses one or two of Texas Tech, Oklahoma State, Texas 6) Clemson loses to South Carolina 7) Missouri loses one of Ole Miss, Texas A&M, SECCG 8 ) Auburn loses two of Tennessee, Georgia, Alabama 9) Oklahoma took care of that already, but loses one of KSU, Oklahoma State 10) Miami loses one of VT, Duke, ACCCG 11) South Carolina loses one of Florida, Clemson, SECCG 12) LSU loses one of Alabama, Texas A&M, SECCG 13) Oklahoma State loses one of Texas, Baylor, Oklahoma 14) Texas A&M loses one of LSU, Missouri 15) Fresno State loses any game 16) Michigan States loses one of Nebraska, Northwestern, Minnesota, B1GCG 17) NIU loses any game (may still pass them regardless) 18) UCLA loses one of Washington, Arizona, Arizona S ...
A few late night random thoughts: 1.)Miley and Miles, so much alike when it comes to "moves". Miley likes twerking, Miles quirking. Whether dancing or coaching, their "moves" are always a little unusual. 2.) The obstruction call that ended the third game of the World Series now gives the "Fall Classic" an entirely different meaning! 3.) The Old Ball Coach, Steve Spurrier, kept his cool and wits and led South Carolina to a 27-24 double overtime win over Missouri after being down 17-0 and looking out of it after three quarters. Mizzou thus drops out of the running to be this year's version of last season's Notre Dame---a team with an unblemished record due to schedule good fortune (No Alabama or LSU for Missouri, unless in SEC championship game) and some unusual wins.
LSwho, Texas A&M, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, UCLA, Louisville Clemson (almost over) all lose and it is capped off with Notre Dame winning over Southern California. Great day.
Oct. 15, 1988 No. 4 Notre Dame def. No. 1 Miami (Fla.), 31-30 South Bend, Ind. No. 4 Notre Dame and top-ranked and defending National Champion Miami (Fla.) headed into the game with perfect records in 1988 under Hall of Fame coaches Lou Holtz (William & Mary, North Carolina State, Arkansas, Minnesota, Notre Dame, South Carolina) and Jimmy Johnson (Oklahoma State, Miami (Fla.)). The game was closely contested, with the teams trading scores and the lead. A Miami touchdown with 45 seconds remaining put the Hurricanes down by one, and Johnson opted to go for the win with a two-point conversion. However, the two-point pass was knocked down, giving Notre Dame a one-point victory and snapping Miami’s 37-regular season game win streak. The Hurricanes went 11-1 on the season, earning a 23-3 Orange Bowl victory over No. 6 Nebraska and HOF coach Tom Osborne. The Fighting Irish won the national title with a 12-0 mark and a 34-21 win against West Virginia in the Fiesta Bowl.
Here are my picks for Week of NCAA Football: Florida to beat Arkansas; Michigan State to beat Iowa; Florida State to beat Maryland; Miami to beat Georgia Tech; Clemson to beat Syracuse; NC State to beat Wake Forest; Nebraska to beat Illinois; Oregon to beat Colorado; Georgia to beat Tennesee; LSU to beat Mississippi State; Virginia Tech to beat North Carolina; Oklahoma State to beat Kansas State; Michigan to beat Minnesota; Washington State to beat California; Stanford to beat Washington; Ole Miss to beat Auburn; South Carolina to beat Kentucky; Arizona State to beat Notre Dame; Baylor to beat West Virginia; Ohio State to beat Northwestern and Penn State to beat Indiana. My overall record is 49-13.
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.
Don't expect much from ASU. A little disappointed Oklahoma State lost. BUT, Oklahoma kicked Notre Dame's fanny, South Carolina won and the BEST news of all ( drum roll please ) THE MILDCATS were getting Thrashed late in the game. AH, it's been a GOOD day.
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
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Great day in NCAA Football. Vols win, Texas, Notre Dame and South Carolina all upset. That doesn't upset me at all.
Texas, USC, Notre Dame, South Carolina, and Florida all lost today. Five years ago that'd be unthinkable.
I am watching that one, then UGA vs South Carolina, then night cap w/ Notre Dame vs Michigan..
I went to the 4th of July parade this morning and stood in my usual spot on the curb in front of my church. The grand marshal this year was Herschel Walker who is well known for being a great football player and is from Johnson County. Herschel was a legend to say the least, but my favorite year for him was 1980 when he played football for the Georgia Bulldogs. Georgia won the National Championship in 1980, however, sportswriters scoffed about how "lucky" Georgia was that year and should not have won the National Championship. I'm a die hard Bulldog fan and I admit Georgia may have had a lot of good luck that year, but I don't believe Georgia would have won the National Championship that year if Herschel had not gone to play for them. He scored Georgia's only 2 touchdowns against Tennessee that year in a come from behind win, his key touchdown against South Carolina that year helped Georgia win this crucial game, and he was virtually Georgia's only offense in the Sugar Bowl win against Notre Dame tha ...
Louis Leo "Lou" Holtz (born January 6, 1937) is a retired American football coach, and active sportscaster, author, and motivational speaker. He served as the head football coach at The College of William & Mary (1969–1971), North Carolina State University (1972–1975), the University of Arkansas (1977–1983), the University of Minnesota (1984–1985), the University of Notre Dame (1986–1996), and the University of South Carolina (1999–2004), compiling a career record of 249–132–7. Holtz's 1988 Notre Dame team went 12–0 with a victory in the Fiesta Bowl and was the consensus National Champion. Holtz is the only College Football coach to lead six different programs to bowl games and the only coach to guide four different programs to the final top 20 rankings. Holtz also coached the New York Jets of the NFL during the 1976 season.Over the years, the slender, bespectacled Holtz has become known for his quick wit and ability to inspire players. He is often found as a guest on the popular Richmon ...
Some things never change. At the Southeastern Conference Spring Meetings, Steve Spurrier held court, which is always a treat. He did his best to say something nice about Georgia -- and for him that is hard -- but in the end, couldn't resist the opportunity to tweak the Poodles a bit. Writes Chris Lowe of ESPN: "Spurrier remains undaunted. He points out that Georgia has won the Eastern Division each of the last two years despite losing to South Carolina. He doesn’t stop there, either. “Give Georgia credit. They won all the rest of their games and beat Florida down there,” said Spurrier, who’s 14-2 against East opponents over the last three years. “They were division champs. Heck, they were one play away from winning the National Championship. That pass gets off (against Alabama), and if their guy catches it at the end of the game, I believe they would have been favored over Notre Dame.” Spurrier then cracked: “They were close to winning it all and got clobbered at our place.” South Carolina ...
Now here's a scoop...Everett Golson...that Rhodes Scholar from South Carolina and QB at Notre Dame is quote "no longer enrolled at the school". Is that secret code for the *** flunked out..?? I guess that happens when you pick Manti Teo's girlfriend as your tutor. The Athletic Director at ND has called a press conference tonight for Mr. Golson where he has promised to cry for him. Tommy Rees is now the starter at South Bend.advantage...??...anyone they play.
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. ...
An Angels prospect got catfished As the ace starter for back-to-back College World Series champion South Carolina, Michael Roth was a big name in the college baseball world before being drafted by the Angels last year. A big enough name to make him a catfishing victim, it turns out. Roth told Bill Shaikin of the Los Angeles Times about his experience, which started with a text message from someone in the summer of 2010: That started a stream of flattering texts and alluring phone calls from a woman Roth never had met, including the requisite visits that inevitably were canceled at the last minute. Roth said he sensed something fishy within a few weeks. He played along for a year, in the process discovering that three of his college teammates also had been in touch with the same woman, who claimed her name was Hope Porter. Roth apparently never figured out the real source behind the Porter identity, and he’s long since moved on. He also indicated that while he does feel some sympathy for Notre Dame lineb ...
Cowboys to meet with Manti Te'o, Marcus Lattimore!! Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te’o will have a formal sit down with the Cowboys in Indianapolis, and the team held an informal meeting with South Carolina running back Marcus Lattimore, according to sources.
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 ...
The indoor track season is now in full swing, and the 17th-ranked Ole Miss men and the Rebel women will travel to their most challenging meet of the season so far this Friday-Saturday at the Meyo Invitational, hosted by the University of Notre Dame. The Meyo Invitational is in its 26th year of existence and will welcome nearly 50 teams to South Bend this weekend. Nationally ranked men’s teams include No. 7 Minnesota, No. 8 Indiana, No. 14 Wisconsin, No. 15 Mississippi State and No. 22 Oklahoma, while top-25 women’s teams include No. 17 Indiana State, No. 18 Baylor and No. 21 South Carolina. Fellow SEC squad Kentucky will also be in attendance. Field events are set to begin with the women's pole vault at 4 p.m. ET on Friday. The women's 60-meter hurdle trials will kick off the running events at 5 p.m. Action will continue Saturday starting with the women's 3,000 meters at 10 a.m., and will conclude with the men's 4x400-meter relay at 5:05 p.m. “We’re going from our training phase to a competitive p ...
We have to get one of them there super freak linebackers and Jarvis Jones or the defensive end from South Carolina would be a good start. They don't make Ray Lewis's anymore, but sure should would be nice to have one. They had two. Falcons played a good game and just got whipped. Our linebackers cannot cover a tight end. Not the intelligence or athletic ability. Take the kid from Notre Dame. His stock has dropped since Alabama exposed he could not tackle and the media exposed his fake girlfriend. Take him on the cheap. At least Gainesville High won in the dome this year and got that monkey off of our back. It would have been a perfect trifecta, but was not meant to be. Given the age and experience, I would rate the Gainesville quarterback above the Dawg's and Falcon's. He knows how to win the big one. Yes, a little bitter right now.
Alabama just scored again and Manti Te'o just missed ANOTHER arm tackle...I thought he was a Heisman Trophy worthy candidate.. I guess you look good when you are playing the teams they played... Honestly though, I have NEVER seen a collegiate team try to arm tackle as much as Notre Dame did... I Honestly think they were intimidated with the size and speed of the SEC { Alabama).. Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Texas A&M, LSU, and South Carolina could have beaten Notre Dame.. Oh, and AJ, just threw another TD pass to Amari ( I am going to be better than Julio ) Cooper... He may already be.. I can't recall ONE pass he dropped since mid season... RTR...
- College Football fans vote University of South Carolina defensive end, Jadeveon Clowney, the best College Football player in the nation. The announcement was made during Monday's National Championship game between Notre Dame and Alabama. The AT&T National Player of the Year title is voted on by fans. Some sports analysts are already predicting a Clowney versus Johnny Manziel showdown for next year's heisman. Clowney was ranked third in the nation for sacks at the end of the season. Congratulations Jadeveon! :)
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So all day we have had to listen to the comparsion of Nick Saban and Bear Bryant. What we didn't hear is this. Alabama for two straight years ends up playing a weak SEC schedule (opponents combined record is 72-77) while other schools like LSU, Tx A&M, Florida and South Carolina had to play a much harder SEC schedule. For example LSU's opponents combined record is 80-58. No doubt Bama beat Notre Dame and even though ND was undefeated they weren't the best team in the country. I am not in favor of a playoff, but I think the the five or six best teams in the country all play in the SEC and they will continue to beat each other up only to have to go play an over rated ND, Ohio State or USC team. 7 in a row is not by accident. As for this years Bama team I don't think they are better than last years Bama or LSU's team. So we will have to wait and see how the draft and National signing day goes.
Riding into work this morning some guy on the radio saaid that Notre Dame stills has to be considered the number 2 team in the country! How? Not only Alabama, but Florida, Georgia, LSU, South Carolina, and Texas A&M would have beaten them. Thats just the SEC teams! Oregon, Ohio State*, Kansas St. all the same outcome. Let Stanford play them again! *** if NIU deserved to play anybody it was them not us! Congrats on your 12-0 regular season, and 0-4 BCS record. From a Alabama fan trust me you cant live on "Tradition". You simply have to play the best there is day in, and day out. Not the Big East, Big 10, or ACC. Oh well, Bring on Virginia Tech!!
College Football season is over, some even counting the days until Clemson runs back down the hill to start the new season in 2013. I'm sure many watched the National Championship game last night between Alabama & Notre Dame, no question "in my mine", others may disagree but I think Alabama & Mr. Saban's bunch is the best football team of 2012. (3 out of 4 National Championships ain't too bad) The polls are out & Clemson ends the season ranked 9th in nation in the coaches poll, South Carolina 7th & Georgia 4th. You get in your automobile & drive 100 miles in any direction & you get 3 teams ranked in the top 9 in the nation in College Football. Unheard of in college athetics. This is quite a feat for all three schools & many local fans are proud of their respected teams & the right to be proud. Some folks already talking of National Championship quality team @ Clemson next year. I love my Clemson Tigers & believe with some outstanding recruits still available & still in the mix, if we have a little luck & ...
Miami Gardens, Fla. (AP) - No surprise as Alabama (13-1) was voted National Champion by The Associated Press for the ninth time, more than any other program in College Football, after routing Notre Dame 42-14 on Monday night. Notre Dame, No. 1 coming into the BCS championship, dropped to No. 4. Oregon (12-1) finished second, and undefeated Ohio State (12-0), banned from the postseason because of NCAA sanctions was third. Georgia and Texas A&M tied for fifth. Stanford, South Carolina, Florida and Florida St. followed.
Ohio State, Texas A&M, Georgia, Ole Miss, Oregon and South Carolina: other teams that would have beaten Notre Dame last night.
Article written by Al Lesar, Sports writer for the South Bend Tribune on January 6th. I wonder if he considers this is one of his best columns? Notre Dame football: SEC more myth than monster January 06, 2013|By Al Lesar | South Bend Tribune Share on emailShare on printShare on redditMore Sharing Services Miami Gardens, Fla — Can't resist posing the question: Is the SEC a fraud? Before everyone south of the Mason-Dixon Line chokes on their sweet tea, consider the recent bowl disasters by some of its kingpins: LSU (a one-point loser to Clemson), Georgia (a shoot-out winner over a Nebraska team that got a 70 hung on it by Wisconsin), Florida (a big loser against a really average Louisville team) and South Carolina (Michigan lost that game, the Gamecocks didn't win it). It took the new guy on the block, Texas A&M, to get the only convincing victory. The Southeastern Conference has been more myth than monster during College Football's bowl season. That brings us to Alabama, Notre Dame's BCS National Champio ...
Had to steal this from my boy Jesse Newsom. Yahoo sports article reads! So here's the deal: If it snows on your campus, you're no longer invited to play for the BCS National Championship. Notre Dame? Beat it. You can join Ohio State and any other cold-weather northern team in playing some lesser bowl, against some lesser opponent from outside the league where they pick their teeth with the splintered bones of Yankee intruders. That would be the Southeastern Conference, which has won seven crystal footballs in a row and clearly is never going to lose again in a Title Game. [Related: Kate Upton piles on Notre Dame … and the Jets] Alabama is in full-on dynasty mode, winning its third title in four years. Florida, LSU and Auburn have all contributed to the SEC's crystal football haul as well. (You fans of Tennessee, Mississippi, Mississippi State, Kentucky, Vanderbilt, Georgia, South Carolina, Arkansas? Shut your mouths. Your teams have contributed nothing to this historic run. Stop bragging on other teams' ...
Ok its 553 I have yet to turn on ESPN. This is what I expect to hear. Oregon or Ohio State or both some how should of been in the National Title Game missed of Notre Dame. So Lets take a look. Ohio State first. Big Ten teams were 2-5 in bowl games. They managed to be outscored by 59 points. Against SEC schools 1-2 This year. But Ohio State didn't play Northwestern. The lone win for the Big Ten. Therefore the must rest there hat on UCF and MSU as their lone Bowl Victories. For the Record Michigan State lost to Notre Dame 20-3. Ohio State also played Michigan in a very similar results to Notre Dame. Michigan lost to Bama 41-14 Notre Dame 13-6 OSU 26-21 Nebraska23-9 Nebraska played Georgia minus 14 Michigan vs South Carolina -5 keep in mind South Carolina was missing all world running back Lattimore. So after all this its clear Ohio State would of faired similar to Notre Dame. There season and tendencies mirror each other. Oregon? Let's take a look PAC 10 schools 3-4 in bowl games. UCLA didn't play Oregon s ...
Strange last night to watch a game and not hope Bama loses or wish bad things on them (I am no hypocrite- I've always said there are 4 teams that would make me root for Bama: Ohio State, Michigan, Southern Cal, and Notre Dame). Manti Te'o should give back all the awards he won as he wasn't the best Defensive Player in the country (Jadeveon Clowney was). How many tackles did he either completely miss on last night. Notre Dame was overrated and outmatched (they earned there way to the game by being undefeated, no question- but last night proved how over-hyped they were- Georgia, South Carolina, Texas A&M, LSU, and Florida all would have handled them easily). All that said, congrats Alabama, and War Eagle!
Maybe it's time for Notre Dame to play some road games and not play every game in South Bend or a "neutral" site. So they can experience hostile crowds and refs not in their pockets. And maybe get rid of their charmin soft schedule. It's obvious who has played Purdue, Pittsburgh(who should've beat them) and Brigham Young, and who played LSU, South Carolina and Georgia.
Top 5 reasons Carolina fans and anyone from South Carolina should route for Notre Dame over Alabama tonight. - Carolina was an independent BEFORE joining the SEC. Therefore... loyalty should be to Notre Dame NOT Alabama - December 1, 1955. On this day in history Rosa Parks was arrested for not giving up her bus seat. This would be the catalyst for the Montgomery Bus Boycott. Montgomery is in which state? George Wallace - Alabama Gov. George Wallace stood at the door of Foster Auditorium at the University of Alabama in a symbolic attempt to block two black students, Vivian Malone and James Hood, from enrolling at the school. Alabama did not integrate their football team till 1971 when John Mitchell joined the team. In 1953 Wayne Edmonds and *** Washington became the first black players to appear in a game for Notre Dame Chris Brown (Hanahan High School) & Everett Golson (North Myrtle Beach High School)
Good morning Dawgs! Last night's Sugar Bowl was bitter sweet, on one hand we saw complete domination over the Gators, but that also meant a loss for the SEC in Bowl Week. I'm not going to lie, I was pulling for the Cardinals since the day they announced the teams for Sugar Bowl! Florida proved how undeserving they are of this BCS bowl game! The team in the nation got rocked by the team in the nation! Remember when Georgia beat them 17 - 9, Florida was ranked and Georgia pulled up from going from ranked 5th to 14th by the devastating loss against South Carolina, they turned around with a win in Kentucky and then jacksonville to bring our Dawgs back the top ten! Who's ready for Notre Dame to dismantle the Alabama dynasty Nick Saban is leading? I hope 3rd year coach, Brian Kelley and his undefeated Notre Dame team takes home the Crystal Football!
With apologies to my childhood square dancing partner who loves her Volunteers, I just LOVE watching the mighty SEC take a whipping especially when a "basketball conference" is doing the whipping. Down goes LSU, down goes Mississippi St., Mighty Florida GOING DOWN, South Carolina should have lost to Michigan, East Champion Georgia eeks out win vs. a Nebraska team that let up 70 to Wisconsin. I am just hoping Notre Dame puts the final nail in and takes out Alabama! Sorry about the rant, but I can't stand the arrogance of that conference. WAY overrated. Just thought I would share my feelings tonight - hope you liked it.
If you're old enough, you'll remember the days when there were four college bowl games all played on New Year's Day: The Cotton Bowl, Sugar Bowl, Orange Bowl, and Rose Bowl. Today, the Betras, Kopp & Harshman college bowl bonanza features two of those iconic contests as we bring you the Rose Bowl and Orange Bowl along with the Outback Bowl. And remember, the National Championship showdown--and game of the Century to this point--between Notre Dame and Alabama is a mere six days away. Here's the 411 on today's contests courtesy of Fox Sports: Outback Bowl No. 18 Michigan (8-4) vs. No. 10 South Carolina (10-2) 1 p.m. ET (ESPN) Why you should watch: One of the nation's most dominant players will be on display in Jadeveon Clowney. The Gamecocks star's sophomore year includes being a first-team All-American, SEC Defensive Player of the Year and the Hendricks Award winner as the nation's top end. He's tied for second in the nation with 13 sacks and headlines a 12th-ranked scoring defense that's held opponents t ...
Happy New Year Lancer Lovers! Be sure to catch the Lancer football alums on TV as bowl season continues: First, watch Matt Wile '11 punt and kick in the Outback Bowl on New Year's Day as Michigan takes on South Carolina. Later on, you can catch Myles Muagutatia '09 in the Rose Bowl as Stanford battles Wisconsin. Finally, Notre Dame and Blake Breslau '09 meet Alabama on January 7 for the National Championship. Congratulations to all three of these terrific young men!
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South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney's goal is to be sitting in New York next December as one of the finalists for the Heisman Trophy. "I believe a Defensive Player can win the Heisman next year," Clowney said. Actually, he believes he can win it. "That's my next thing, New York," Clowney said Monday night after the Gamecock's practice. "Next season, I am going to come out and try to work harder than I did this season and try to get there." The consensus All-American was the Hendricks Award winner this year as the best defensive end in college. He finished sixth in the Heisman voting; Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel won it. Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te'o was second and Clowney hopes he can become the first Defensive Player since Michigan's Charles Woodson in 1997 to win College Football's most prestigious individual honor. Clowney, the Southeastern Conference's sacks leader with 13, took large strides forward this season and Gamecocks defensive line coach Brad Lawing expects that to contin ...
Greg Bryant (Delray Beach, Fla./American Heritage), the No. 2 running back in the ESPN 150, committed to Notre Dame at the end of his official visit on campus Sunday, according to his father, Greg Bryant Sr. The 5-foot-10, 200-pound Bryant chose the Irish over Oklahoma, Auburn, Georgia and South Carolina. He becomes the 22nd verbal commitment in Notre Dame's recruiting class of 2013 and the eighth member of the ESPN 150. Notre Dame's recruiting class currently is ranked fourth in the ESPN class rankings. Bryant originally committed to Oklahoma earlier in the year but re-opened his recruitment over the summer. The 27th-rated prospect in the nation rushed for nearly 1,500 yards and 17 touchdowns this season and over 3,500 yards and 42 touchdowns in the past two seasons. Bryant should be able to provide immediate help to a program that will lose top rushers Theo Riddick and Cierre Wood after the BCS National Championship game against Alabama on Jan. 7.
The last time Notre Dame won the National Championship, their QB was from South Carolina. Their QB now is from Myrtle Beach.
Bradley Moon's November 25th BCS Top 5: 1. Notre Dame (12-0) This team is the only undefeated team in the country. Defense continues to win championships. This team has the ranked defense in the nation averaging giving up 10.3 points per game. I am a firm believer that a team that does not win their Conference Championship or a Conference Championship at all has no business playing in the BCS Championship game but unfortunately we will see this for the second year in a row. 2. Georgia (11-1) This teams only loss comes early in the season ON THE ROAD in a hostile environment to an only 2 loss South Carolina team (LSU and Florida). This team has clinched the SEC East and will be facing the Alabama Crimson Tide in the SEC Championship game for a shot at the BCS title. I like the experience of Aaron Murray in this game to give them the upset victory. I like Georgia +7. 3. Florida (11-1) This teams only loss comes at a NEUTRAL SITE to the Georgia Bulldogs. What I love about this team is that they continue t .. ...
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 ...
South Carolina victory, Lane Kiffen is still a moron, and Notre Dame is playing for the Championship. College Football is great and Lou Holtz is foaming from the mouth right now. Mark May will never live it down! Which he shouldn't!
NBC's the Today show (specifically Thomas Roberts) reported that the Fighting Irish of Notre Dame beat the University of South Carolina yesterday to clinch a spot in the National Title Game. Common Gamecocks, get your weight up!
What we learned yesterday: Notre Dame has returned to the good to very good but lucky as *** team of legend; Kiffen is so stupid even amazing talent can't help (unlike Les Miles); Florida is, at best, the 4th best SEC team; FSU shows the difference between the ACC and SEC; so does Georgia-Georgia Tech and Clemson-South Carolina; what happened in that Egg Bowl? Ole Miss womped them Dogs; poor Ohio State, undefeated and unable to get the *** kicked out of them by an SEC team in a bowl; Oklahoma is not OK; the Miami-Duke score looked like a basketball score except Miami won; Dear ACC, give defensive scholarships (same to you, Big 12); Oregon won (doesn't matter, duckface free National Title Game); Tennessee beat Kentucky and no one cared; does anyone care about the Big 10 Title Game (ambian should sponsor it); look at Vamdy go; and UAB stunk up the joint. We learned nothing about Bama and Auburn, other than Bama can get away with the crime that got Sandusky 600 years and Auburn should be glad our trees we .. ...
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 . ...
Been one heck of a day. Troy lost and we'll keep losing until we fire our "defensive" coordinator. Watched a lot of great football today. Alabama/Auburn, Florida/FSU, Oklahoma/Oklahoma State, Michigan/ Ohio State, Clemson/ South Carolina, and Notre Dame/ USC. Even though Ohio State can't get championship rings I have heard they're going out tonight and getting some nice tattoos. And I'm looking forward to the Alabama/Georgia game because that will be the only thing that will interrupt ESPN from slobbering over Notre Dame for the next month and a half.
Oh all you haters!!! Got so lucky today. ULM fumbles and let's FIU tie and send it to overtime, Matt Barkley gets hurt and doesn't play and Notre Dame makes it to the National Championship. I'm so happy both teams are lucky. What would it be without it. Oh, if only Alabama would have gotten lucky and beaten Texas A & M, and if only Georgia would have gotten lucky and scored 29 more points than South Carolina, then they would be playing to go to the National Championship and play Florida who did get lucky and beat USL (sorry ULaLa) and would have been more lucky that they lost early and were next in line to play the winner of their Conference Championship for the National Championship. Translation: ULM is going bowling. NOTRE DAME IS PLAYING FOR THE National Championship (and they are so lucky they are an Independent and don't have to play a Conference Championship). First part of the prediction has come true. (But I just got lucky!) Bring on Georgia!! GO FIGHTIN' IRISH! MANTI T'EO FOR HEISMAN!
Tonight we have our 9-ball handicap tournament 7+ players & below only. (ALL new players start as 7+) Sign-ups start at 5pm. Player auction starts at 7pm. Entry fee in our Saturday night tourney is $12...$10 to the pot, $2 greens fee. Please come early our tournaments having been getting bigger lately as this cold weather has moved in & it's suppose to be down right cold tonight. So we would like to get started earlier if we could. If you call in don't be late for the player auction 7pm SHARP! We also have of our Break-n-Run contest going on & the weekly dog tag buy-in going on for free entry into the Tournament of Champions next February 2013! There will be plenty of College Football to watch on the TV's... (5)Oregon .vs (15)Oregon St. @ 3:00pm, (4)Florida .vs (10)Florida St. @ 3:30pm, (21)Oklahoma St. .vs (13)Oklahoma @ 3:30pm, (8)Stanford .vs (17)UCLA @ 6:30pm, (12)South Carolina .vs (11)Clemson @ 7pm, (1)Notre Dame .vs USC 8pm. Tomorrow Sunday Nov 25th: R&R 10-BALL OPEN SHOOTOUT OPEN to ALL players! $ ...
Ima need a Notre Dame loss, an Alabama & Florida win, a South Carolina win over Clemson, & Oregon St to beat the ducks just for good measure.. All leading up to an SEC National Championship Game! RollTideRoll & GoGators!
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Ohio State over Michigan(no contest, someone should put icy hot in that Michigan player's jocky for playing for the enemy. He's from Westlake, Ohio playing for the Wolverines, unheard of). Got Georgia over Georgia Tech, Oklahoma over Oklahoma St., Oregon over Oregon St., Florida St. over Florida, Clemson over South Carolina, UCLA over Stanford, and Notre Dame will beat USC right before they're both exposed for being cheats, liars, scallywags, and swindlers with a hint of lucky.
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 ***
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
This week's games: What a week. lets start. Florida @ FSU - Lets do the big one first. Both are 10-1 and this is awesome! The Gators have played poorly since their win over South Carolina. FSU has been up and down but overall more impressive. FSU is also a better all around team as in they can score too, there's a thought. Anybody think FSU could have tripled Florida's point total vs Jacksonville State? And they are at home. Noles 24-14. Notre Dame @ USC - Upset alert! NOT. I'm a believer now. USC will do their best as this is their big game (not the late December mid level bowl they'll end up in). But Barkley is out. The Irish roll 23-13 (M.Lee gets one long TD for USC). Oregon @ Oregon State - You know what? I am thinking upset. Oregon is demoralized and on the road. Oregon State has access to a lesson Stanford taught in how to stop the Oregon offense (although what Stanford can do defensively is a bit different and better than what Oregon State can do). Oregon State has been well balanced, are at home ...
College Football picks for this week; TEXAS (-7) over TCU, Nebraska over IOWA (+15), CINCINNATI (-13) over So Fla, LSU (-13) over Arkansas, Utah (-23) over COLORADO, West Virginia (-2) over Iowa St, Arizona St (+3) over ARIZONA, Ohio St (-4) over Michigan, GEORGIA (-13) over Georgia Tech, BAYLOR (-3) over Texas Tech, ALABAMA (-31) over Auburn, Miss St (+1) over Ole Miss, Stanford (+2) over UCLA, OKLAHOMA (-7) over Oklahoma St, TEXAS A&M over Mizzou (+22), Oregon (-10) over Oregon St, Florida St (-8) over Florida, South Carolina (+4) over CLEMSON, SO CAL (+6) over Notre Dame, Penn St (-3) over Wisconsin. Upset alerts: Southern California over Notre Dame and Stanford over UCLA. Happy Thanksgiving to all my family and friends!
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 ...
Anybody that says anything about Notre Dame playing a weak schedule is talking out their butt. Notre Dame and Oregon are the only one's playing anybody. Look at the other top 10 teams and who they're playing today. It's a joke. Kansas State and Baylor, Alabama vs. Western Carolina, Georgia vs. Georgia Southern, Florida vs Jacksonville State, LSU vs. Ole Miss, Texas A&M vs. Sam Houston State, South Carolina vs. Wofford. Really? People talk about Notre Dame's schedule? Really? Kiss my tuckus!
Alabama plays Western Carolina, Florida plays Jacksonville State, South Carolina plays Wofford, Georgia plays Georgia Southern, Texas A&M plays Sam Houston. We have three weeks left in the season, can somebody tell me why this late, these schools are playing such cream puffs? No wonder they have such inflated Defensive Stats. They do not play anybody out of conference. Say what you want, Notre Dame has no such schools, all are Division 1. Of course they will say we play each other and all of the SEC is ranked so we have the toughest schedule. What a f--king joke. It sounds just like the Democrats and thier affirmative action nonsense. Play a real schedule without the help of the media and then say something.
Sports Xpress and myself want to congratulate Kayla Burton on signing with Lehigh University,Chris Walker on signing with the University of Florida,Jarquez Smith on signing with Florida State University,Jada Monique Terry for signing with Texas A&M,Josh Hart for signing with Villanova,Jack Jack Whitman for signing with William & Mary,Larryn Brooks for signing with Indiana,Desmond Ringer for signing with South Carolina,Riley Reimer on signing with Notre Dame.
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
My response to a person who does not understand College Football. I feel bad for being mean but, they said the three undefeated teams could beat Tenn and K-State would beat the others. I never said that Tenn wouldn't lose all I said is that their records would be similar to Tenn if they were in the SEC. One thing for sure they would not be in the top ten because they would at least have 2 loses or 3. Daniel Jennings Heather I didn't say Tenn could beat them, I said their RECORD WOULD BE SIMILAR IF THEY WERE IN THE SEC and it would considering only K-State plays anybody all season. remember Tenn has played Georgia, Bama, South Carolina, Florida, and Miss St. and N.C. State which beat Florida St. so have any of those three played a schedule like that no. and no and no!!! hate to be rude but apparently heather you don't get the difference between Notre Dame not being in a conference at all and the SEC or Oregon not having any national competitors in their conference or K-State playing only 4 decent teams a s ...
Watched the LSU-Bama game with SEC fan last night. He gave me his view of the National Rankings (totally serious): 1 Alabama 2 LSU 3 Florida 4 Georgia 5 South Carolina 6 USC 7 Texas When I told him Oregon was beating USC, he told me that was a huge upset; outside SC, West Coast teams equate to 3 loss SEC teams. USC and Texas are the only teams outside the SEC with the athletes who can ever compete with the SEC. After explaining this to me he refused to talk to me any more because I obviously knew nothing about College Football and the SEC was playing and he enjoyed watching the game with informed fans. Earlier this week talked with Notre Dame fan who was making travel plans to attend both the National Championship game and the Notre Dame reception after the Heisman ceremony...told me this doesn't happen every year when Notre Dame wins the National Championship and the Heisman in the same year.wow!!!
After much thought and consideration, here is the latest GCFBCS (Gobbs' College Football Bowl Champion Series) Ranking: 1. Kansas State (Most impressive so far - key words are "so far") 2. Notre Dame (Their schedule over the next three weeks will probably hurt them, though.) 3. Alabama (A win over LSU this week will probably vault them to number 1.) 4. Oregon (I expect them to move up the rankings, too.) 5. Florida (I still think they are better than GA.) 6. LSU (If they beat Alabama, they could leap frog a lot of teams.) 7. Georgia (Don't complain about them being behind Florida, they're ahead of South Carolina who destroyed them.) 8. Oregon State (I've had my eye on this team all year.) 9. South Carolina (I don't get this team. I think they aren't very good, but the stats say otherwise.) 10. Oklahoma (No other deserving team to put in the Top 10. So, it goes to OK.) Honorable Mention: Stanford, Louisville, Texas Tech, Arizona (Yes, Arizona), and Mississippi State
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)
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That last TD was in as far as I am concerned but they REALLY need to FIRE ROMO I know it wasn't only him making mistakes today but he did have alot of INTERCEPTIONS that seems to be all ROMO knows how to throw. They need to get Marcus Lattimore for a Linebacker in the draft if he can still play after this injury and Connor Shaw both from South Carolina and definately Manti Te'o from Notre Dame.
So here is this week's College Football review. For those who didn't see the injury to the South Carolina running back, it was pretty bad. Texas you needed a miracle to beat Kansas, Tulane's QB had a *** of a game, USC say good bye to your National Championship dreams, Oklahoma same thing for you. Florida you had 6 turnovers, sloppy! La Monroe just keeps winning and Auburn just keeps losing, can it get worse for them? La Tech keeps winning as well, and Notre Dame pounded the sooners. Kansas St looks very good and we will see who has the best defense in the land next week. If Mett just can keep drives alive and not go three and out and give our defense some rest I won't be surprised if we get another 6-3 or 7-6 game. *** being in Death Valley it could be 3-0. That will drive all the guys at sports center crazy.
Hitting 50% on my SEC upset picks so far.I picked OM over Arkansas in a last one to have the ball winner game but missed on the Tennessee over South Carolina (thanks for the fumble AND interception in the final 90 seconds Tyler Bray) game. Sticking with Georgia over Florida and my Bulldogs over the toilet paper/laundry detergent team! And Oklahoma to put a whipping on Notre Dame.
Now that you've had your fill of foreign policy, the debates to watch are in Columbia, SC, and South Bend, IN! Come see Maggie Gallagher and me debate marriage equality at the University of South Carolina (tonight) and Notre Dame (Thursday). Extra points if you hear one of us work Mali into our argument.
Bradley Moon's October 21st BCS Top 5 Standings: 1. Florida Gators (7-0) This team has 2 impressive top 10 wins over South Carolina and LSU and has two respectable road SEC victories at Texas A&M and at Tennessee. Without a doubt 2. Oregon Ducks (7-0) This team is similar to Alabama in that they have had no impressive victories yet but they have continued to dominate their opponents both on the field and scoreboard. 3. Notre Dame (7-0) This team has 3 victories over top 25 opponents but we will find out what they are made of this week against Oklahoma on the road. 4. Kansas State (7-0) This team has 2 impressive road victories over Oklahoma and West Virginia. They made their statement this past weekend in Morgantown of why they belong in the BCS top 5. 5. Alabama (7-0) There comes a time when even when a team has yet to play anyone respectable, their margin of victory is so large over each opponent that you have to give them some credit. This team's defense averages giving up 8.3 points a game. Alabama ha ...
No disrespect to how Florida is playing right now but they were helped an awful lot by a completely horrible showing from South Carolina. Didn't see the K State game but West Virginia played on the level of South Carolina also. Plus.they backed out of playing us so they are weenies. BCS will still give them glowing marks. Just keep winning Oregon and you'll play in the NC. Did you see Mark May and Lou on College Football Final.Lou wants to give Notre Dame the trophy right now. GO DUCKS!
Anyone loving College Football would have enjoyed watching Texas Tech and Tcu shoot it out yesterday. I believe TT is for real this year, even though their defense is pretty shoddy. TT won in the 3rd OT 56-53. Another good game if you like a lot of scoring was Texas Vs Baylor. Texas finally won it 56-50. As for Lsu Vs A&M game...A&M should have pulled that one out but costly turnovers let Lsu win it 24-19. I would have liked Lsu to win but in this one I was pulling for A&M. We had South Carolina playing Florida a mismatch from the get-go as Florida Stomped them 44-11. That should take care of S.C. in the top 10 the rest of the year. Kansas State put it on W. Vir and their Heisman Trophy candidate Geno Smith 55-14. Kansas St candidate for the Heisman, Klein, should be the pick for awhile and W. Vir. should be way way down in the ratings as they have been walloped two weeks in a row, last week by Texas Tech. Notre Dame managed a meager win over Bri Young 17-14. Notre Dame has got to be highly overr ...
How come Quarterbacks in College Football don't know how to throw the football? I'm watching Florida vs South Carolina and Notre Dame vs BYU. 3 out of 4 are top 10 BCS teams, and they cant throw the ball more than 5 yards down field. I now no why Notre Dame fans thought Brady Quinn and Jimmy Clausen were Heisman Trophy Candidates. A poodle can throw the ball better than the guys they got now.
Get ready for FOOTBALL!! So I've been design shopping again...and fabric shopping today! Get ready for sports! I have college teams- Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Auburn, Tennessee, Georgia Tech, Ohio State, LSU, Texas Longhorns, South Carolina, Virgins Tech, Clemson, Oregon, Arkansas, Notre Dame (and I know I am forgetting some), I have the Braves, Yankees, and Red Sox, I have the Falcons and Steelers too! Dont see your team? Let me know and I'll add it to my collection! Lol
On this FREE FOR ALL Friday morning it's now time for WEEK 8 of FB's College Football picks: Starting with: Florida St @ Miami / LSU @ Texas A&M / Texas @ Baylor / Michigan St @ Michigan / South Carolina @ Florida / Kansas St @ West Virginia / BYU @ Notre Dame & FB's Game of the Week: The Famed 3rd Saturday in October: ALABAMA @ TENNESSEE! Plus a game no one really cares about: Auburn @ Vanderbilt! MAKE YOUR PICKS FB!
I just posted this up on ESPN Radio's web site. Colin, when you "so called experts" talk about College Football, there is one thing you never ever discuss. That is what I call "The Meatball Factor". The "Meatball Factor" pertains strictly to those sponge teams that many of the top FBS teams play throughout the year. Alabama for example plays Western Kentucky, Florida Atlantic and on November 17th will beat a hapless Western Carolina team into total submission by the end of the first quarter. Take a look at Oregon, Arkansas St., Fresno St., and Tennessee Tech. Florida, Bowling green and Jacksonville St. LSU, North Texas, Idaho and Towson. South Carolina, East Carolina and also on 11/17, Wofford. Georgia, Buffalo, Florida Atlantic and Georgia Southern. Do you see a trend here with your precious SEC teams. Of course I could go on and on and on but I won't. Now, lets take a look at Notre Dame. Wait a minute, they don't play non FBS teams or teams from the Sun Belt, SO Con, Mountain West, Ohio Valley or Missou ...
Why do so many people think Oregon should be ranked above Florida? Who has Oregon beat yet? They haven't beaten anyone ranked in the top 25. Florida has. In fact they should have Kansas State and Notre Dame ranked above Oregon as well because Kansas State dismantled Miami and beat Oklahoma who dismantled the Horns. Notre Dame beat Michigan, Michigan State, and Stanford who were all in the top 25 when Notre Dame beat them. Plus they beat Navy and Purdue and Miami 41-3 who are better teams than any team Oregon beat. Oregon beat Arkansas State, Fresno State, Tennessee Tech, Arizona who isn't as good as the experts thought, they beat Washington State who isn't anywhere close to good yet, then they beat Washington who isn't good either. How does that resume deserve a ranking over Florida who beat 5-1 Texas A&M, they beat 3-3 Tennessee who was 2-0 before that game and are better than anyone Oregon beat. Florida also beat LSU (who was 4-0 and ranked at the time) who beat South Carolina this past weekend. Those 3 ...
I hope Notre Dame wins big this week and Florida loses to South Carolina and Kansas State loses to West Virginia.
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
Lou Holtz...I'm tired of hearing your crap on ESPN. You are totally biased toward South Carolina and Notre Dame because YOU coached there. As a commentator you are supposed to be completely unbiased. You said "The only way South Carolina would lose if the bus breaks down on the way to the stadium." What now, Lou? LSU won. Give the credit where it's due, and if you can't say anything respectful, please keep your mouth shut! There is a reason why we don't like listening to you.
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Another college weekend comes to a close.at least as far as my Top 8 are concerned. Two BIG upsets this weekend found Tommy Tuberville exposing WVU and LSU getting back to the grind over South Carolina. I am torn on whether or not to remove a team that lost to a top 10 team from the power list, but I figure if they are supposed to be there then they will work their way back up. It's still early. So here they are Greg Bogard, The prestigious Boies Elite 8.hey you named them... 1. Alabama 2. Oregon 3. FlorSt 4. Notre Dame 5. Ohio State 6. Florida 7. LSU 8. Oklahoma
So, West Virginia got thumped..I mean, THUMPED! by Texas Tech. Notre Dame beat a good Stanford team in OT and I've already commented on OU. Great day in College Football as far as I'm concerned. The only thing that could make it better is if LSU beats South Carolina tonight. I'd love to see an Alabama-Oregon National Championship game. But I'd like to see Notre Dame sneak in there somehow. It would mean a return to greatness for one of the most storied programs in America. The Irish, however, still have to play at Oklahoma and USC. What? No Eastern MeatBall State on ND's schedule? Geez, how did that happen? Even Alabama had Western Kentucky and Florida International on their schedule. Oregon had Tennessee Tech. Ooh!
Today's games.Stanford matches up with Notre Dame well. What Notre Dame does the best, that's what Stanford is known for. Don't be surprised if Stanford goes into South Bend and comes out with a win.Mississippi State is 5-0, but they haven't beaten a team with a pulse yet. Tennessee will be their stiffest challenge so far, and if they win this game, then I'll open my eyes to them.Tennessee has some playmakers and I wouldn't be surprised to see UT go in there tonight and come out with the W.But if Tennessee loses this one, Dooley is gone at the end of the year in my opinion.unless he goes on a miraculous run and win the rest of his games this year, including beating Alabama.Chances of that happening.1%.South Carolina comes into this game on a high, while LSU is limping into this game. LSU has some offensive linemen hurt, and this is a bad time for linemen to be hurting when you're going against this defensive front from South Carolina. However, this is the perfect trap game. With Florida coming up, a ...
Join us for an excellent day of College Football! SEC battles are troughout the day with Ole Miss visiting Auburn @ 12:00, Bama at Mizzu @ 3:30, Florida at Vandy @ 4:00, and of course the primetime matchup of LSU and South Carolina facing off @ 8:00 tonight! No matter what time of day you come through, you won't miss any of the action! Other premier games will be Texas and Oklahoma @ 12:00, Notre Dame and Stanford @ 3:30, FSU and Boston College @ 5:30, and USC and Washington @ 7:00 Also for the race fans, we will have the NASCAR Sprint Cup race on @ 7:30! Join us today at the PBC!!
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 ...
Lou Holtz will have to change his pants if Notre Dame and South Carolina make it to the National Championship game.
Notre Dame and South Carolina will play for BCS and Lou Holtz will announce the game !
Enjoy it while it lasts, Notre Dame, South Carolina, Oregon, West Virginia. In the next few weeks your schedule will cause you some concerns. Go Bucks AP ranking and climbing higher every week. Predict by Michigan game. Next year prediction - National Champions!!!
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.
Lou Holtz: "I think the two best teams in the country are Notre Dame and South Carolina." *sigh*
Just looked at the new poll definitely some changes this week...still I guess it must be tradition but how is a 2 loss Michigan even ranked...dominated by Bama.dominated by Notre Dame...three wins were against nobody and weak Big 10.I don't get it...Ohio undefeated...Baylor one loss to WVU...even Iowa State could lay claim to that spot...just don't get it..I am enjoying watching Lou Holtz get all upset thinking South Carolina actually has a shot at the title...in a game built on tradition and we're losing a lot of the great rivalries due to conference realignment (and the Bill Snyder theory of play the weakest opponent possible in non conference games) wouldn't it be pretty awesome to see Notre Dame and Alabama play for the title...Bama a shoe in best talent...best coach..Notre Dame has a lot of work to do.shame we only get this on Saturdays.stay thirsty
Everyone know that Lou Holtz favor Notre Dame and South Carolina. What would happen if these two teams had to play and Lou had to make a choice in picking a ...
Dear ESPN, Can you please get rid of Lou Holtz? He is a complete *** and I do not know how he ever coached College Football. The constant blabbering and showing favoritism for Notre Dame and South Carolina is rediculous. Him saying last night that South Carolina is as good as Alabama put the icing on the cake. Listen Lou, take the moth balls or whatever you got stuck in your mouth out please. Listening to you blab and spit all over the place is seriously getting old. You are terrible and I hope you get fired. Thanks, Dan Gaul
John Hunt's AP ballot: Beavers inch up to No. 10; Ducks stay at No. 2: South Carolina and Notre Dame crash the t...
Wow, Notre Dame looked good tonight. I told every one before the season started, that this Everett Golson kid, former QB of Myrtle Beach High School, best athlete I ever saw play a High School football game, was going to change Notre Dame back into a winner again. I know I sound like a "band wagon fan", but some time in the next 4 years with this kid as QB Notre Dame will win the National Championship. South Carolina also looked nasty tonight, I'll give them credit too, even though I HATE them. Those Defensive Ends they got are Bad A$$!! NOTHING BETTER THAN College Football! 6:07 Sunday Night is game time for the O's vs. The Yankees. CC "The Jerk" Sabathia better not hit any Orioles with a pitch again tomorrow. I'll be watching him closely! Talk with you all tomorrow, Good night face book friends! Be Good - Sir Thomas Ripken JR.
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Back on track for Michigan, *** good game today. Gerogia is getting exposed for not being that good by South Carolina, Iowa State knocked off TCU, WVU is making me bite my nails like last week, Florida knocked off LSU, and hopefully Ohio State and Notre Dame gets beat, what a week of College Football!
What an amazing day for College Football !!! We've got (23) Washington vs. (2) Oregon, (10) Florida beat down (4) LSU 14-6 (f**k what them haters say . how bout dem GATORS !!), still got (5) Georgia vs. (6) South Carolina, (8) West Virginia vs. (11) Texas, Miami vs. (9) Notre Dame (& just found out that Notre Dame's feature QB was suspended for tonight's game due to team violations), (21) Nebraska vs. (12) Ohio State, & (15) TCU loses to un-ranked Iowa State 37-23; talk about upset Saturday. Whether you're a College Football fanatic or not, it's times like this when you've gotta sit back & enjoy the show
South Carolina over Georgia, Florida over LSU, West Virginia over Texas, Notre Dame over Miami, Ohio State over Nebraska
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
2014 cornerback Quincy Wilson (U-School) will be attending the UM/NC State game this Saturday as a recruit. Rutgers, Notre Dame, South Carolina and North Carolina are his most recent offers. He's open in the process and wants to play CB at the next level.
I would be totally ok if Lou Holtz never said another word about Notre Dame or South Carolina again
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.
Week 4 rankings. After the comment last week, I tweaked it a little bit, to respect the different number of games. I'm positive Oregon State would still be if I hadn't. Basically I added the "add a fictional win and loss for every time" method. Once everyone plays the same number of games, it should be irrelevant. 1. Stanford 2. Notre Dame 3. Florida 4. Oregon St. 5. Alabama 6. Ohio St 7. South Carolina 8. Georgia 9. Oregon 10. Kansas State
This Week's Picks: Florida over Kentucky, TCU over Virginia, UCLA over Oregon State, Mizz over South Carolina, USC over Cal, Rutgers over Arkansas, Notre Dame over Michigan, K-State over Oklahoma, FSU over Clemson, and Oregon over Arizona.
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.
Rant over, time for my new Top 10 in College Football although i'm not satisfied with it: 1. LSU 2. Oregon 3. Georgia 4. Florida St. 5. Alabama 6. West Virginia 7. Clemson 8. Missouri 9. Notre Dame 10. South Carolina
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!!
What we learned yesterday: Auburn isn't ready for Prime Time, though the Sunbelt might be; UAB is UAB; Tennessee isn't much; Florida-Georgia-South Carolina are the eastern triumverate; Bama treated Arkansas like Ned Beaty on a canoe trip (bonus points if you catch the whole imagery); Stanford can play defense; USC got both out smarted and out physicalled by the Vanderbuilt of the Pac-10; Notre Dame might be ok (or the Big Ten blows); Texas looked amazing at times against Ole Miss; FSU might be FSU; and what the *** Va Tech?
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.
Lou Holtz needs sub titles. I can't understand anything hes saying. I catch a Notre Dame or South Carolina in there every now and then, but outside of that, I got nothing
Notre Dame has come to the ACC! And it has already took charge, thank you Commish for spending the bank on them. The Fighting Irish looms over the ACC now and finally Duke has and equal partner in higher education. Please Commish kick those Hurricanes and Seminoles out! Get rid of the trash we don't need them now. We have the best college in the NCAA. Let Duke and Notre Dane guide this conference into the next century. We need to make a deal with the SEC and trade the riff raff to them for South Carolina and Tennessee. What's left in the vault now give to the SEC and make this deal! Now, St. Patricks Day has a new meaning for this state! And when the football team comes on board, this conference will be known as the NOTRE DAME FOOTBALL CONFERENCE!
Bobby Maszak is excited that another College Football season has arrived. Season opens tonight with South Carolina vs Vanderbilt. Friday night is the big Boise State vs Michigan State game and then Notre Dame football is back at 8:00am Saturday morning!!!
Congrats to local South Carolina product Everett Golson on getting the starting nod at QB for the Notre Dame Fighting Irish. Been a fan of the Irish since Dan Devine was there and I would listen to the games on the radio. That will tell your age if you remember that name. Go Irish!
I exactly 7 days time I shall hopefully be watching the first half of the Nebraska and Southern Miss football game, after having just watched South Carolina at Vandy, Washington State at BYU, Boise at Michigan State (Like the Spartans this year), Notre Dame at Navy from Dublin and hopefully Ohio State being the first to belt Penn State (BO). I like me some College Football. Have you guessed?
Awesome news.Notre Dame has named a South Carolina High School star as its QB.the last time they did this.Tony Rice and they won the National Championship...Go Gamecocks and GO Irish!
Hendrick Motorsports shared the following link and had this to say about it: In a live press event at Pocono Raceway, Heisman Trophy Trustee, Jim Corcoran accompanied by Heisman Trophy winners, George Rogers (1980, University of South Carolina) and Tim Brown (1987, University of Notre Dame), announced today that Jeff Gordon has been selected as the seventh recipient of The Heisman Humanitarian Award. Read more: ...
College Football preseason top 25 The AP Poll and the USA Today Coaches Poll are just the averages taken from the polls of random voters. Neither poll uses more than 60 or 70 voters. Now there aren’t 60 or 70 preseason polls out there just yet, but there are quite a few. So I have taken polls from Bleacher Report writers, Athlon Sports, Chat Sports, ESPN writers and anyone else I could find, as well as input my own poll. After adding up all the votes, here is what you can expect to see in the 2012 College Football preseason rankings: 1. LSU (9) 2. USC (2) 3. Alabama (1) 4. Oregon 5. Oklahoma 6. Georgia 7. Arkansas 8. Michigan 9. South Carolina 10. Florida State 11. West Virginia 12. Michigan State 13. Clemson 14. Virginia Tech 15. Ohio State 16. Nebraska 17. Wisconsin 18. Kansas State 19. Texas 20. TCU 21. Notre Dame 22. Oklahoma State 23. Boise State 24. Florida 25. Auburn
Games I really want to see in Week 1: South Carolina @ Vanderbilt, Washington State @ BYU, Boise State @ Michigan State, Notre Dame vs. Navy, Hawaii @ USC, Northwestern @ Syracuse, Miami @ BC, Clemson vs. Auburn, Michigan vs. Alabama. I expect the Miami-Boston College game to be very competitive. Miami has to work with some very mediocre QBs this season so maybe they'll feature Duke Johnson on offense. Chase Rettig has a chance to show why I think he's the best pocket passer in the ACC. I like Vanderbilt to upset South Carolina and Notre Dame isn't looking like a lock to beat Navy. Michigan vs. Alabama will be very interesting.
I was watching tv and someone asked Lou Holtz to pick the winner between Arkansas and South Carolina tonight and he picked Notre Dame.
Ok, now that May is past, we are working towards football season. Freshmen report on Monday. Media days are now weeks, instead of months, off. South Carolina will playing on some random August Thursday night soon and proclaiming themselves pre-season National Champions. ESPN will proclaim this is the year Notre Dame will be back on top. The Dawgs will be ready to tee it up Between the Hedges. And all will be right with the world. -from one of the georgia Sports Blogs
Big East/SEC Challenge schedule:Nov. 29 Kentucky at Notre Dame; Marquette at Florida; South Carolina at St. John's; Seton Hall at LSU
PC 2014 CB Jabrill Peppers now has Ohio State and Notre Dame offers to go along with Rutgers, South Carolina & what will be many more
USC joined Stanford, LSU, Boise St, South Carolina, Oklahoma St, Illinois, Baylor and Notre Dame as schools with 2 first-round draft picks
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