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  2. Penn State
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  4. Oklahoma
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Must be nice to work and play in L.A.---


Reggie Bush's Heisman campaign just got some major free advertising.  In a Sunday ad for Best Buy, no less.

That looks like the Heisman pose, to me.

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Reader Comments (1)

i know the big six are great on offense..but defense people...defense, i feel like i am taking crazy pills (to steal a line from the venerable Will Ferell).

I think the big six should be based on their defense and offense...already eliminating BSU (for reference i am on the bandwagon that they are a good..NOT GREAT...team)

come on to be the elite you have to have it all...Oklahoma, LSU (this year..watch..lol), Florida, USC, Cal, Texas(if they can survive mack brown), or Michigan, what about Miami? i mean these teams bring offense and defense to the table. making them better than everyone else...Man i do wish i could say FSU..but we are still waiting on the offense...lol.
July 11, 2005 | Unregistered Commenterkenneth

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