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Nov182007

ESPN College GameDay Update

The boys from Bristol will be in Kansas City to referee the heated Kansas - Missouri battle.  Great choice.

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Yet another year passes and the Cleege Gameday crew still passes over Bulldog nation. What is the big deal about coming to Athens, GA, once in a while?!Is the entire crew allergic to the state of Georgia or something?! I'm sure ESPN is aware of Dawg nation's anger at them for rarely coming to Athens. I just wanted to reiterate our stance on the matter.
November 19, 2007 | Unregistered CommenterNikkiFree
Regarding the Heisman race: Obviously chase daniel played his way out of it tonight against OU. My main question has to do with some of the ESPN pundits' comments that McFadden closed the gap last week with the game against LSU. He is a running back who couldn't get his rushing yards from the traditional RB position, instead he got them by lining up at quarterback. So do we judge him as a QB and include his passing stats (which are non-existent). By the way, I haven't heard anyone mention the fact that he fumbled 3 times that game. If a QB throws 3 INT's in his last game before the Heisman vote, does he move up?

The clear choice is TEBOW!
December 1, 2007 | Unregistered Commenterjulian sabina
The BCS is a mess. Ohio St. going to the national championship is ridiculous. They just lost a few weeks ago and played a very weak schedule with 3 no name teams. Now the talk is LSU going to the title game. How can that be!! They also just lost last week. No way they should be givin a title shot after that late season lost. USC should be in. They haven't lost since October and that was to a #4 Oregon team. well they lost to Stanford. Who cares. They had hurt players. LSU barely beat Tennessee and Cal killed Tenn. and Stanford beat Cal. So what does that mean? Just means the Pac 10 is a lil better than everyone wants to give them credit for. USC vs Oklahoma or LSU for the title game. That's what everyone wanted in the start of the season. Let's do it!!
December 1, 2007 | Unregistered CommenterAnthony (Los Angeles)

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