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  • pilotgolfer
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    Originally posted by PT737SWA
    HOOK 'EM HORNS!

    heck yeah!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  • N776AU
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    Originally posted by PortColumbus
    Originally posted by N776AU
    think back to the 2000 outback bowl when georgia played wisconsin....total beatdown
    Uh, didn't Georgia play Purdue in the 2000 Outback Bowl? 28-25...
    yup...my bad it was 98 when we beat wisconsin

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  • Van Hoolio
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    Originally posted by assghanistan
    actually, Auburn is in a BCS bowl. Second, Utah deserves the BCS slot. In fact, Utah would more than likely put up against any of the top 3.
    I meant to say, "If Cal and Auburn were playing each other in this year's BCS..." They were the two teams screwed the most. But anyway, Utah doesn't deserve its BCS bid. They only played one team this year that is currently in the top-25. If they think they're that good, they should start to schedule some tougher opponents or join a major conference.



    Mike

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    We OWN ACC Football!

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  • FlyingPhotog
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    HOOK 'EM HORNS!

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  • assghanistan
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    actually, Auburn is in a BCS bowl. Second, Utah deserves the BCS slot. In fact, Utah would more than likely put up against any of the top 3.

    IAA has a playoff system in place which seems to work pretty well. The reason why IA won't go to a playoff system, is $$$kaching$$$. Waaaay too much money in the bowl games.

    By the way, woo hoo!!! Aggies in the Cotton Bowl.... Oh yeah!

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  • Van Hoolio
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    Originally posted by airplanegeek
    BCS is crap and so are most bowl games.
    NCAA needs a playoff system.

    I think the tradition of the bowls needs to stay. If Cal and Auburn were in this year's BCS in place of Utah and Pittsburg most people would be happy. Remember that under the old system in place before the BCS, none of this year's unbeaten teams would be facing each other.

    Playoffs just wouldn't work. Remember that these student athletes have to contend with final exams at the end of the semester. That just wouldn't fly. I think there should only be one more game beyond the bowl games the first week of January, and that it should only be played if it's necessary pending the outcome of the January Bowls.




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  • airplanegeek
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    BCS is crap and so are most bowl games.
    NCAA needs a playoff system.

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  • PortColumbus
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    Originally posted by N776AU
    think back to the 2000 outback bowl when georgia played wisconsin....total beatdown
    Uh, didn't Georgia play Purdue in the 2000 Outback Bowl? 28-25...

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  • herpa2003
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    Champs Sports
    Syracuse vs. Georgia Tech
    Dec. 21
    7:45 p.m. ESPN
    Sounds good to me!

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  • N776AU
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    think back to the 2000 outback bowl when georgia played wisconsin....total beatdown

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  • Van Hoolio
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    I think Auburn got screwed!



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  • B757300
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    2004/2005 College Bowl Schedule

    Wyndham New Orleans
    North Texas vs. Southern Miss
    Dec. 14
    7:30 p.m. ESPN

    Champs Sports
    Syracuse vs. Georgia Tech
    Dec. 21
    7:45 p.m. ESPN

    GMAC
    at Mobile, Ala. Memphis vs. Bowling Green
    Dec. 22
    8 p.m. ESPN

    PlainsCapital Fort Worth
    Cincinnati vs. Marshall
    Dec. 23
    6:30 p.m. ESPN

    Las Vegas
    UCLA vs. Wyoming
    Dec. 23
    9:45 p.m. ESPN

    Sheraton Hawaii
    Hawaii vs. UAB
    Dec. 24
    7 p.m. ESPN

    MPC Computers (Smurf Turf!)
    Fresno State vs. Virginia
    Dec. 27
    2 p.m. ESPN

    Motor City
    Toledo vs. Connecticut
    Dec. 27
    5:30 p.m. ESPN

    Independence
    Iowa State vs. Miami (Ohio)
    Dec. 28
    6:30 p.m. ESPN

    Insight
    Oregon State vs. Notre Dame
    Dec. 28
    9:45 p.m. ESPN

    EV1.net Houston
    Colorado vs. UTEP
    Dec. 29
    4:30 p.m. ESPN

    MasterCard Alamo
    Ohio State vs.Oklahoma State
    Dec. 29
    8 p.m. ESPN

    Continental Tire
    Boston College vs. North Carolina
    Dec. 30
    1 p.m. ESPN2

    Emerald Bowl
    Navy vs. New Mexico
    Dec. 30
    4:30 p.m. ESPN2

    Pacific Life Holiday
    Texas Techvs. Cal
    Dec. 30
    8 p.m. ESPN

    Silicon Valley
    Northern Illinoisvs. Troy
    Dec. 30
    11 p.m. ESPN2

    Music City
    Alabama vs. Minnesota
    Dec. 31
    Noon ESPN

    Vitalis Sun
    Arizona State vs. Purdue
    Dec. 31
    2 p.m. CBS

    AutoZone Liberty
    Louisville vs. Boise State
    Dec. 31
    3:30 p.m. ESPN

    Chick-fil-A Peach
    Miami vs. Florida
    Dec. 31
    7:30 p.m. ESPN

    Outback
    Georgia vs. Wisconsin
    Jan. 1
    11 a.m. ESPN

    SBC Cotton
    Texas Texas A&M vs. Tennessee
    Jan. 1
    11 a.m. Fox

    Toyota Gator
    West Virginia vs. Florida State
    Jan. 1
    12:30 p.m. NBC

    Capital One
    Iowa vs. LSU
    Jan. 1
    1 p.m. ABC

    Rose
    Michigan vs. Texas
    Jan. 1
    4:30 p.m. ABC

    Tostitos Fiesta
    Utah vs. Pittsburgh
    Jan. 1
    8:30 p.m. ABC

    Nokia Sugar
    Auburn vs. Virginia Tech
    Jan. 3
    8 p.m. ABC

    FedEx Orange (BCS Championship Game)
    USC vs. Oklahoma
    Jan. 4
    8 p.m. ABC
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