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    #16
    August 30 2007 ... tonight

    Predictions:

    University of Tulsa beats University of Louisiana - Monroe ~ 35-7

    Louisville bests Murray State ~ 24-6

    LSU rolls over Miss. State ~ 33-18

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      #17
      Originally posted by wheelchairTITAN
      Predictions:

      University of Tulsa beats University of Louisiana - Monroe ~ 35-7

      Louisville bests Murray State ~ 24-6

      LSU rolls over Miss. State ~ 33-18
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        #18
        Originally posted by wheelchairTITAN
        Predictions:

        University of Tulsa beats University of Louisiana - Monroe ~ 35-7

        Louisville bests Murray State ~ 24-6

        LSU rolls over Miss. State ~ 33-18
        LSU will ROLL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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          #19
          No, sorry to tell you that tulsa is gonna beat that ASS!!!
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            #20
            Go Gators.

            Originally posted by ricandshe
            Gators repeat!!!!!!
            Tebot will make sure.
            Their first game of the season, Saturday.

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              #21
              Go Gators. Time to head for the Swamp.

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                #22
                I think everyone needs to be a little realistic here...

                USC's national title hopes will go down the drain with a loss in Lincoln on September 15 by 10 points. Nebraska clinches a spot in the big 12 championship game after beating Missouri in Columbia in a close one...after another nail biter at Texas, the big red machine will roll to an undefeated regular season, but will have to face the Longhorns again in the big 12 championship... Nebraska by 14, then they finally get the respect they deserve and a shot at undefeated LSU in the BCS title game.

                Like I said, everyone needs to be a little more realistic!
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                  #23
                  It's been a rough decade for us UCLA fans. Here's to a better season.
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                    #24
                    Both Boise State and Rutgers won Thursday by huge margins.

                    Their first step taken to meeting each other in the BCS Championship.

                    Go Rutgers!

                    Go Boise State!

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                      #25
                      Originally posted by jbinny
                      big red machine will roll to an undefeated regular season, but will have to face the Longhorns again in the big 12 championship...
                      That's not being realistic. Realistic might allow your huskers a shot against OU, but they will lose. Sorry.....
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                        #26
                        Keep your eyes on the 'EERS! White & Slater are both legitimate Heisman candidates.
                        Foolish

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                          #27
                          Rutgers Football

                          There was almost no news about this but the Rutgers Scarlet Knights wiped Buffalo Bulls off the map, 38-3. It was no contest. Buffalo is a very good team that has been getting better (Source) but the statistics were so lopsided that it is difficult to conclude either Buffalo is very bad or Rutgers is very good. Rutger's Ray Rice rushed for 184 yards, Mike Teel threw for a career best 328-yard passing record in one game. What people don't remember was that Buffalo Bulls beat Rutgers not so lng ago. It was almost embarassing. The score was 28-0 at the end of the first half. Coach Schiano played almost all the freshman in the second half. Rutgers showed that it can rush, pass, and defend.



                          http://www.nytimes.com/2007/08/31/sp...tml?ref=sports
                          Aura of the Big Time and the Result to Go Along With It

                          By TEDDY KIDER
                          Published: August 31, 2007

                          PISCATAWAY, N.J., Aug. 30 — The black strips under Tiquan Underwood’s eyes said in neat silver writing exactly what he was feeling after Thursday night’s game: “I’m Back.”

                          The third-largest crowd ever to see a game at Rutgers Stadium showed up to “See Ray Run,” as Rutgers running back Ray Rice promised in his Heisman Trophy campaign. But Underwood, a junior wide receiver who missed last season’s Texas Bowl after breaking his leg in the regular-season finale, stole the show in No. 16 Rutgers’s 38-3 season-opening victory against Buffalo.

                          Underwood had 228 yards and 2 touchdowns by halftime, then picked up 20 more yards in the second half to set the university’s single-game record for receiving yards. With Rutgers leading Buffalo, 21-0, after the first quarter, the question of the game for the sold-out crowd of 43,091 quickly became which Scarlet Knight could wow the fans more.

                          “I get excited,” Rice said about having an offense as explosive in the passing game as in the running game. “It feels great to know that we have a great group of receivers and a great quarterback.”

                          Rutgers was ahead, 28-0, at the half, with Rice already at 114 rushing yards and 2 touchdowns on 18 carries. He added another touchdown in the third quarter and finished with 184 yards on 25 carries.

                          But Underwood, who finished last season with 290 yards and 4 touchdowns, provided most of the glamour Thursday night. His first touchdown had him zigzagging across the field for 65 yards, while his second was a wide-open 66-yard completion from the junior quarterback Mike Teel.

                          “That first one, we went over that and practiced all week,” a smiling Underwood said after the game.

                          Greg Schiano, the Rutgers coach, said Buffalo’s defense, because it focused mainly on stopping Rice, provided the opportunities for Underwood.

                          In addition to seeing Ray run and Tiquan catch, the crowd watched as Teel had a career-high 328 yards on 16-for-23 passing. Rice had a fumble and Jeremy Ito two missed field goals, but Rutgers was never forced to punt.

                          Rutgers picked up where it left off last season, when it finished 11-2. More than three hours before the kickoff Thursday, red-clad tailgaters were grilling in parking lots adjacent to Rutgers Stadium. The scene was straight out of a cold, crisp Saturday in the Midwest, not a hot Thursday night in New Jersey.

                          But the Rutgers program now radiates an aura of a burgeoning national powerhouse, or at least a team trying its best to become one. The team’s media guide, often used to attract recruits, contains four pages of collages that portray “national exposure” and “national recognition.” Another page is dedicated to “team travel,” with a description of Rutgers’s police escort and charter plane.

                          Ten years ago, the team’s closest encounter with victory was a 2-point loss to Army. Five years ago, in Schiano’s second season as coach, Rutgers was 1-11 with an early-season loss to Buffalo by more than three touchdowns.

                          Now, on the heels of last season’s success, including a victory against Kansas State in the Texas Bowl, the college football world seems to have decided to believe in Schiano and his national championship aspirations. Rutgers is ranked in the top 25 of both major college football polls at the beginning of the season for the first time, after finishing 12th in both last year.

                          “It used to be that we had big crowds when somebody else came to town,” Schiano said. “I tell the team all the time, They’re coming to see you now.”

                          Thursday’s opener against Buffalo was appropriate, if only to show how far Rutgers has come. Buffalo’s 34-11 victory in 2002 was its only one that season — and the Bulls have won only six games since.

                          While Rutgers is coming off consecutive winning seasons for the first time since the early 1990s, Buffalo has not had a winning season since 1996, three years before it became a Division I-A program and joined the Mid-American Conference.

                          Buffalo has traveled the country seeking big paydays for otherwise meaningless games against big-time programs. Rutgers has become one of those programs, and from the looks of the crowd Thursday night, everyone knows it.

                          In a part of the state where college football has been irrelevant for so long, it seems Schiano’s fresh fountain of success is the new king.
                          Last edited by Wise Young; 2 Sep 2007, 9:18 PM.

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                            #28
                            Saturday,
                            October 27
                            Foolish

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                              #29
                              michigan... oh lord, what happened?

                              Huskers rolled 52-10... next up wake forest, then usc.
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                                #30
                                Originally posted by Rock517
                                Let's hope their defense can recover from losing so many good guys. Unfortunately I'm guessing they'll have a great year, then lose to OSU and lose in their BCS bowl and disappoint me for about the fifth year in a row... Seriously, they have had so many opportunities in the past five years and I end up pissed off come January 2nd. Grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr...
                                Appalachian State (NCAA 1AA) champions in 2007 defeated Michigan today (NCAA 1A - Ranked #6 in the country)... 34-32 ... OUCH!

                                William

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