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I sure do love how the PAC 12 is so evenly matched top to bottom, but it's going to absolutely KILL their chances at getting a playoff team.

I'm pretty much convinced that if you put a handful of those teams in either the ACC or the B1G, they'd run the table. What a bummer that whoever is going to come out of that gauntelt on top is probably going to be regulated to the lesser bowls.

I'm happy we have a playoff system in place, but the PAC 12 this season is a pretty solid example of why it needs to be expanded IMO.

The playoff doesn't need to be expanded. The playoff committee just needs to focus more on the strength of schedule/quality opponent stuff. The Pac 12 champ will be far more deserving of a playoff bid than either the ACC or Big XII champs. Hopefully, the committee will figure that out.

Also, Ohio State curb stomps last year's SEC and Pac 12 champs and we're still knocking the B1G? B)

Are we going to pretend the rest of the B1G sans MSU was good last year?

Ohio State curb stomped Alabama and Oregon, Michigan State beat Baylor, Wisconsin beat Auburn, and the B1G had the most Bowl wins over ranked opponents last season. Let's stop pretending it's still 2007.

In what universe is a 7 point victory over a Lane Kiffin run offense a curb stomping?

The same way Auburn curb stomped Oregon on a last second field goal in 2011.

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Didn't they go to Independence Hall when they did that Gameday for Penn that one time?

I didn't know that happened. Shows how much I know about local college football.

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They need to have Lou Holtz and Sylvester Stallone on for trash talking no one will understand.

Stallone is catholic and Temple has always sucked its more likely he is a subway alum aka Notre Dame fan.

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For the game that likely decides his employment status at Georgia for 2016, Mark Richt looks to be going with Faton Bauta as UGA's starting QB against Florida.

That's 3rd-string QB Faton Bauta, with the top two stringers healthy.

Granted, Lambert has looked awful the last three games, and Ramsey is basically the same thing but unable to beat out Lambert...so why not go with the guy that's known to be a dual-threat. Even though their pro-style offense doesn't really suit a dual-threat QB.

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What a catch to tie! I thought for sure that would be dropped with their guys colliding.

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I'm really looking forward to Berc's real estate career getting started. He'd be smart to get a head start and just begin now. Condos in Ahwatukee are going for a pretty penny these days, and Zane Gonzalez will be right there competing for locations with the best views of South Mountain. I'm sure Todd Graham will understand. Time is money.

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I'm really looking forward to Berc's real estate career getting started. He'd be smart to get a head start and just begin now. Condos in Ahwatukee are going for a pretty penny these days, and Zane Gonzalez will be right there competing for locations with the best views of South Mountain. I'm sure Todd Graham will understand. Time is money.

I'm sure if he's smart it's all about Fountain Hills and Camelback Mountain.

That was a disappointing loss for us. Doesn't matter if it's a down year or not. Beating Oregon is always a priority. Looks like a lower tier Bowl is coming

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Pffft, like that guy is ever gonna have the clout for Fountain Hills. It's Gilbert at best for Berc.

ASU has to win two of their final four games to even become bowl eligible this year. They have the two Washington schools, Cal, and those bums from down south left to play. Do you see two wins among those four opponents? I sure don't. Not the way we're playing. I mean, maybe I'd feel different if we had a quarterback with any real ability to pull through in the clutch, but we don't. We have awful ass Mike Breadsticks.

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Pffft, like that guy is ever gonna have the clout for Fountain Hills. It's Gilbert at best for Berc.

ASU has to win two of their final four games to even become bowl eligible this year. They have the two Washington schools, Cal, and those bums from down south left to play. Do you see two wins among those four opponents? I sure don't. Not the way we're playing. I mean, maybe I'd feel different if we had a quarterback with any real ability to pull through in the clutch, but we don't. We have awful ass Mike Breadsticks.

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That's ONE big throw he's made in his otherwise mostly terrible ASU career. He also threw it to the best wide receiver Arizona State has ever had. And just look at how awful USC covered that thing. Jesus, Sark should've been canned right there for that one. Berc and the ASU football program have been resting on the laurels of that throw ever since it happened, and it's been mostly a disaster.

ASU should've lost that SC game last year because Berc had so little ability to make big plays and they should've started developing a quarterback right then and there. Instead he hucks up that prayer, sure handed Jaelen Strong comes down with it basically uncontested, and the whole world thinks Berc is the guy. Now, we're 4-4, Berc costs us by making boneheaded plays week after week, and this is our reality now. Wonderful.

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That's ONE big throw he's made in his otherwise mostly terrible ASU career. He also threw it to the best wide receiver Arizona State has ever had. And just look at how awful USC covered that thing. Jesus, Sark should've been canned right there for that one. Berc and the ASU football program have been resting on the laurels of that throw ever since it happened, and it's been mostly a disaster.

ASU should've lost that SC game last year because Berc had so little ability to make big plays and they should've started developing a quarterback right then and there. Instead he hucks up that prayer, sure handed Jaelen Strong comes down with it basically uncontested, and the whole world thinks Berc is the guy. Now, we're 4-4, Berc costs us by making boneheaded plays week after week, and this is our reality now. Wonderful.

y'all werentgoing to go anywhere anyways, Berco is actually not that bad its just you dont have the weapons to support him. At least your defense is better than what We(UofA) can put out there, given we're missing our 3 starting linebackers though. :angered:

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For the game that likely decides his employment status at Georgia for 2016, Mark Richt looks to be going with Faton Bauta as UGA's starting QB against Florida.

That's 3rd-string QB Faton Bauta, with the top two stringers healthy.

Granted, Lambert has looked awful the last three games, and Ramsey is basically the same thing but unable to beat out Lambert...so why not go with the guy that's known to be a dual-threat. Even though their pro-style offense doesn't really suit a dual-threat QB.

Mark Richt is as good as gone

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ALL ABOARD THE MIAMI LATERAL TRAIN

EDIT: I DONT GIVE A DAMN IF HE WAS ACTUALLY DOWN WE'VE REACHED CRAZY TOWN THIS YEAR AND WE CAN'T GO BACK

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If Temple wins this the world ends, right? Like ... this is Temple.

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