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Billy Bibbit 12-02-2007 12:07 AM

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Seems like LSU's and Va. Tech's quality wins today have to push them ahead of Georgia. I don't have an opinion on Va. Tech vs. LSU I think it's vvv close.

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Yeah, if only there was a way to determine this on the field...like if they had played each other...if one of those teams won, especially by a lot, it might help. If only.

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on second thought if we're reducing an entire season to one game then let's just send Arkansas to the MNC since they proved they're better than LSU

AngusThermopyle 12-02-2007 12:08 AM

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who does tOSU play?
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who should tOSU play?

Does: Georgia

leehrat 12-02-2007 12:08 AM

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I'd put Florida ahead of UGA as well. People seem to forget Tebow was injured and didn't run at all that game. UF would beat them like a rented mule if they played tomm.

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Is this a level?

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I think a solid majority nationally, say 75% or thereabouts, would have UF beating UGA if they played again. Richt's a tremendous coach, but you can only do so much with inferior talent.

Kos13 12-02-2007 12:08 AM

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If Hawaii wins their game tonight, they should be in.

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Why? Why why why why why?

This argument should include three teams: Oklahoma, USC, and LSU. I can't comprehend how other people think there should be any other options besides those three teams.

ClarkNasty 12-02-2007 12:09 AM

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I'd put Florida ahead of UGA as well. People seem to forget Tebow was injured and didn't run at all that game. UF would beat them like a rented mule if they played tomm.

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Is this a level?

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I think Florida takes any team in the country on a neutral field right now.

SuperUberBob 12-02-2007 12:10 AM

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My guess is Kansas. But Georgia is a likely, though unfortunate possibility.

SoloAJ 12-02-2007 12:10 AM

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If Hawaii wins their game tonight, they should be in.

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Why? Why why why why why?

This argument should include three teams: Oklahoma, USC, and LSU. I can't comprehend how other people think there should be any other options besides those three teams.

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Virginia Tech is rated higher than all 3 and won their conference today just like those 3. They should at least be included.

ADLinden 12-02-2007 12:10 AM

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Details of this thayer bet?

damaniac 12-02-2007 12:10 AM

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I'd put Florida ahead of UGA as well. People seem to forget Tebow was injured and didn't run at all that game. UF would beat them like a rented mule if they played tomm.

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Is this a level?

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I think Florida takes any team in the country on a neutral field right now.

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Quite possible. They also lost 3 games. Is it your opinion that it shouldn't matter? If so, why do we bother even playing? Why not just sim it based on Vegas odds, jerk ourselves off, and call it a day? Why care about winning games? What fun is that?

DVaut1 12-02-2007 12:10 AM

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Why is Va Tech even in this argument? Did the game between LSU and Va Tech not happen? If voters are torn between the two, they could just look at their head-to-head matchup for guidance.


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