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Old 10-25-2008, 10:01 AM  
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***Official College Football week of 10/25 thread***

TTU at KU 11:00 ESPN
Illinois at Wisconsin 11:00 ESPN2
Kentucky at Florida 11:30 CBS(might just be local to SEC areas)
OU at KSU 11:30 FSN
Baylor at Nebraska 11:30 Versus
OSU at Texas 2:30 ABC
Georgia at LSU 2:30 CBS
Michigan State at Michigan 2:30 ESPN2
Virginia TEch at FSU 2:30 ESPN2
Colorado at Missouri 5:30 FSN
Alabama at Tennessee 6:45 ESPN
Penn State at OSU 7:00 ABC
USC at Arizona 9:15 FSN
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Old 10-25-2008, 04:39 PM   #301
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Old 10-25-2008, 04:40 PM   #302
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And Freeman has Banks...a 5'6" 145 pound WR. Georgia has an excellent running game. KSU has one of the worst in the league.
And Matt Stafford plays against defenses that actually have NFL caliber players. Wait, though, Josh Freeman hung 35 (and 3 picks) on a D that has given up over 110 points in the last three weeks (after OU played prevent all second half because they were up by ****ing 45).
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Old 10-25-2008, 04:42 PM   #303
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Which, ones, the ones where I didn't mention Aaron Rodgers, which would have been everyone in this thread? Oh I forgot, you bringing Aaron Rodgers into the equation somehow equates to me bringing Aaron Rodgers into the equation through some unknown corollary of tard logic.
You are such a drama queen. Now I finally see why half the board hates you. You have no accountability about what you say, and half of what you say isn't even accurate. Good job 'Hamas'.
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Old 10-25-2008, 04:42 PM   #304
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Damn, that's the game. OSU put up one hell of a fight, and they shouldn't drop much at all in the polls for barely losing on the road against the #1 team in the nation.
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Old 10-25-2008, 04:42 PM   #305
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And Matt Stafford plays against defenses that actually have NFL caliber players. Wait, though, Josh Freeman hung 35 (and 3 picks) on a D that has given up over 110 points in the last three weeks (after OU played prevent all second half because they were up by ****ing 45).
Freeman's going to go late 1st/early 2nd. But he made some pretty sick throws either on the run or with defenders draped on him today.
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Old 10-25-2008, 04:43 PM   #306
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What??? 5 TDs and 2 INTs, both of the INTs were not even relevant to the game. Try again old man.
I've said this a thousand times.

I base my opinions on what I see, not on stats.

Yeah, he put up big numbers, but there were about 4 plays where Oklahoma needed him to step up and make play.

He crapped his pants.

Colt McCoy had more poise and composure.
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Old 10-25-2008, 04:45 PM   #307
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No it's not. There's a reason why the Colts, Chargers, and Packers draft better than other teams. There is a definitive skill set to identifying players. There is also a list of abilities that an NFL QB must have in order to succeed.

you listed QBs and the Green Bay Packers but you never brought Aaron Rogers into the equation? OK...
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Old 10-25-2008, 04:46 PM   #308
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You are such a drama queen. Now I finally see why half the board hates you. You have no accountability about what you say, and half of what you say isn't even accurate. Good job 'Hamas'.
I'm not the one who invented the fact that I brought Aaron Rodgers into this conversation.

Don't accuse me of shit that I didn't say. I can't be held responsible for your schizophrenic musings, thinking I said that something that you did.

Please, show me where Sam Bradford has thrown a 20 yard square in to a receiver who was wearing a CB like a cheap suit, or a 30 yard deep post to a receiver with no separation, or a 50 yard streak over the receiver's outside shoulder when he is tightly covered.

I've never seen him do it. His WR's constantly run free, and he has one of the best lines in the country protecting him. You could throw Todd Reesing back there and you would get the same results, and no one is crazy enough to think he's anything more than an Arena League 2 prospect.
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Old 10-25-2008, 04:47 PM   #309
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I've said this a thousand times.

I base my opinions on what I see, not on stats.

Yeah, he put up big numbers, but there were about 4 plays where Oklahoma needed him to step up and make play.

He crapped his pants.

Colt McCoy had more poise and composure.
The definitive play in that game was the kickoff return for Texas when OU was up 14-3. Had NOTHING to do with Bradford. Your memory is failing you old man
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you listed QBs and the Green Bay Packers but you never brought Aaron Rogers into the equation? OK...
So was I talking about Matt Hasselbeck then?
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Damn, that's the game. OSU put up one hell of a fight, and they shouldn't drop much at all in the polls for barely losing on the road against the #1 team in the nation.
They shouldn't drop beyond 8. That is a damned good football team.

Best four teams in the league are all in the South.
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So was I talking about Matt Hasselbeck then?
So the Packers didn't draft Rogers to succeed Farve?
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The definitive play in that game was the kickoff return for Texas when OU was up 14-3. Had NOTHING to do with Bradford. Your memory is failing you old man
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I've said this a thousand times.

I base my opinions on what I see, not on stats.

Yeah, he put up big numbers, but there were about 4 plays where Oklahoma needed him to step up and make play.

He crapped his pants.

Colt McCoy had more poise and composure.

Bradford crapped his pants? Just goes to show you how much perspective you have on college football. This argument is over.
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The definitive play in that game was the kickoff return for Texas when OU was up 14-3. Had NOTHING to do with Bradford. Your memory is failing you old man
The two teams combined for how many points?

In a game that Oklahoma went to the locker room with the lead at the half?

But the definitive play came early in the game?

Do you actually believe this garbage?

Are you really this ****ing stupid?
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