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  1. Super Regionals Predictions Michigan vs. Oregon State UCLA vs. Cal State Fullerton Arizona State vs. Ole Miss Wichita State vs. UC Irvine Rice vs. Texas A&M Louisville vs. Oklahoma State Mississippi State vs. Clemson South Carolina vs. North Carolina
  2. Regional #1 (At Clemson): Clemson Regional #2 (at Arkansas) Arkansas Regional #3 (at Kentucky) Kentucky Regional #4 (at Georgia Tech) Michigan Regional #5 (at Cal State Fullerton) CS Fullerton Regional #6 (at Pepperdine) Pepperdine Regional #7 (at North Carolina) North Carolina Regional #8 (at Alabama) Alabama Regional #9 (at Rice) Rice Regional #10 (at Oklahoma) Houston Regional #11 (at Virginia) Virginia Regional #12 (At Georgia) Georgia Regional #13 (at Nebraska) Nebraska Regional #14 (at Ole Miss) Tulane Regional #15 (at Oregon State) Oregon State Regional #16 (At Texas) Texas
  3. Detroit would move to the east if they want to - the NHL has already told the wings that they have priority if they need to balance the league - i assume the wings would move to the northeast with the canadian teams and boston and the sabers would move into the atlantic division with the rest of the new york/penn/nj teams
  4. Michigan is wearing their nike elite jerseys with the silver trim tonight aganist ODU in the NIT Semis
  5. Detroit will have Kenny Rogers pitch opening day as Bonderman will pitch the second game and the hope opener.
  6. I might have been right for Canada but totally wrong for the US. I also thought they would win easily. Guess not but maybe tomorrow.
  7. Canada will dominate the game however I dont see any huge blowouts like the women tournament. I see Canada winning 8-1 or 7-2.
  8. I also had the same idea with college football conferences except I made ten conferences with 12 teams each (CUSA only has 11) ACC Coastal Boston College Clemson Florida State Maryland North Carolina State Wake Forest Atlantic Duke Georgia Tech Miami FL North Carolina Virginia Virginia Tech Big East South Cincinnati Louisville Buffalo West Virginia Navy South Florida North Connecticut Pittsburgh Rutgers Syracuse Army Temple Big Ten West Illinois Iowa Minnesota Northwestern Purdue Wisconsin East Indiana Michigan Michigan State Ohio State Penn State Notre Dame Big Twelve North Colorado Iowa State Kansas Kansas State Missouri Nebraska South Baylor Oklahoma Oklahoma State Texas Texas A&M Texas Tech Pac Ten South Arizona Arizona State California Southern California Stanford UCLA North Oregon Oregon State Washington Washington State Boise State Utah Southeastern East Florida Georgia Kentucky South Carolina Tennessee Vanderbilt West Alabama Arkansas Auburn Louisiana State Mississippi Mississippi State MAC East Akron Bowling Green Kent State Marshall Miami OH Ohio West Ball State Central Michigan Eastern Michigan Northern Illinois Toledo Western Michigan WAC West Fresno State Hawai'i San Jose State San Diego State Idaho Nevada East Louisiana Tech New Mexico State Utah State New Mexico Wyoming UNLV MWC East UL-Lafayette UL-Monroe Tulsa North Texas Houston Rice West Air Force Brigham Young Colorado State TCU SMU UTEP CUSA East East Carolina UCF Florida Atlantic Florida Int. Middle Tennessee Memphis West Southern Miss UAB Tulane Arkansas State Troy
  9. Have the away jersey came out yet because only has home and practice jersey's. Also does anyone know if the away jersey's be gray or other colors like the practice jersey's.
  10. USA Men Qualifying Schedule (All Times Eastern) 2/15/06 - 3:00 PM vs Lativa on USA 2/16/06 - 3:00 PM vs Kazkakastan on USA 2/18/06 - 2:00 PM vs Slovakia on NBC 2/19/06 - 11:00 AM vs Sweden on NBC 2/21/06 - 2:30 PM vs Russia on USA Quaterfinals are on 2/22/06 Games at 10:30 AM, 11:30 AM, 2:30 PM and 3:30 PM Semifinals are on 2/24/06 Games at 10:30 AM and 3:00 PM Bronze Medal Game on 2/25/06 2:30 PM Gold Medal Game on 2/26/06 8:00 AM Waking up at 8:00 AM on a Saturday for the gold medal game could be a problem, besides that all other games are at good times. Almost every other mens hockey game is MSNBC except the USA games.
  11. All men and women hockey games will be shown live on NBC and its networks. All 54 games of both the men's and women's hockey tournaments will be seen live on the networks of NBC Universal. This will mark the first time in U.S. television history that the entire Olympic women's tournament will be televised. All Team USA hockey games and the gold medal games, both men's and women's, will be broadcast commercial-free and in their entirety. The women's gold medal game will air live on President's Day, Monday, Feb. 20, on NBC. The men's gold medal game will air live on the final day of Olympic competition, Sunday, Feb. 26, on NBC. "Our hockey coverage is a fan's dream come true, every U.S. game will be seen commercial free and in its entirety," Ebersol said. "Die-hard fans should mark their calendars for Wednesday, Feb. 22. It will be the single greatest day in hockey - all of the game's biggest stars will compete in the men's quarterfinals as the world's eight best teams all face off." Bill Clement, the former NHL All-Star and "NHL on NBC" host, will host hockey coverage on USA, MSNBC and CNBC, his fourth Olympic broadcast assignment and third for NBC. Ray Ferraro, an 18-year NHL veteran and "NHL on NBC" studio analyst, will provide analysis alongside Clement for men's games. Cammi Granato, a 1998 Olympic gold medalist and 2002 Olympic silver medalist, will work with Clement for women's games. Ferraro and Granato were married in 2004. Mike Emrick (play-by-play), John Davidson (analyst) and Pierre McGuire (reporter) will comprise the lead men's Olympic broadcast team. Emrick will pair with AJ Mleczko, a 1998 Olympic gold medalist and 2002 Olympic silver medalist, as the lead team on women's games, with McGuire reporting.
  12. Wouldn't they were white tonight aganist USC because they are BCS #2 while USC is BCS#1.
  13. In 1990, the US finished 0-3 and last place in the group. We didn't survive the group.
  14. The 32 team playoff could work but I dont think the NCAA wants to add up to five more game a year.