College Football Thread 2011 (Actual Season!)

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hopscotch
beers 11236 º places 288 º 05:52 Mon 2/6/2012

Originally posted by TheCheeseMan
Originally posted by mgumby10
Starnes, what you think about the U beating #5 Duke @Duke today?

14-7 and 5-3 in ACC, with a signature win. Are we going dancing?


RPI was 54 before today’s game, winning at Cameron will improve that, at as far as signature wins, not much bigger than beating Duke at home. But damn, you guys sure wanted to piss it away it seems.

Actually, Miami’s RPI was 53 on Saturday. You are sooo 24 hours behind. They seldom post the update on Sundays... a day off, I presume. Miami should jump about five spots today. I’ll update the list today.

 
darkguardian
beers 733 º places 2 º 13:26 Mon 2/6/2012

Miami with that big win over Duke made me very happy. I’ve got two reasons to root for them now. One is that my brother is a Miami grad, the other is that my former coach (Laranaga) is now their coach. He seems to be doing a great job to. They looked great against Duke (at home!) though I was sweating a bit at the end.



GMU is looking really good this year to. Though I think VCU has tied them now for first place in the CAA. GMU has two televised games coming. One for the Bracketbuster game against LAMAR on Saturday in mid Feb, the other at the end of the season for their final against VCU.

 
hopscotch
beers 11236 º places 288 º 14:31 Mon 2/6/2012

Here are the NCAA Div. 1 men’s college basketball RPI rankings for teams of interest as of Monday, February 6th, 2012. I’ll try to provide an update every Monday throughout the NCAA Div. 1 men’s basketball season.
More-so than the AP poll and USA Today coaches poll, the RPI is the best gauge of where your team stands in relation to being invited to the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament in March 2012 and its subsequent seeding.

I have also separated the teams into two groups. Those who would make the NCAA Tournament field of 68 if today were Selection Sunday and those who would not make the NCAA Tournament field of 68 if today were selection Sunday.

Of note: Obviously, if your team wins its conference tournament, it receives an automatic invitation to the NCAA Tournament despite its RPI ranking or its ranking in the AP and USA Today coaches polls.

RPI ranking (strength of schedule ranking)

CURRENTLY IN

#1 Syracuse (14)
#4 Ohio State (28)
#11 Missouri (88)
#14 Florida (62)
#17 Florida State (11)
#25 West Virginia (5)
#31 Alabama (15)
#32 Mississippi State (65)

CURRENTLY OUT

#38 Miami (33)
#64 UCF (108)
#74 LSU (42)
#80 South Florida (35)
#102 George Mason (252)
#123 Iowa (69)
#130 Auburn (116)
#144 Penn State (41)
#159 South Carolina (43)

If you’re someone who peruses this forum, but doesn’t regularly contribute, please let me know your team of interest and I’ll add it to the weekly update. Cheers! -Eric





 
Guyute_Pig
beers 103 º places 48 º 15:07 Mon 2/6/2012

Originally posted by hopscotch
Here are the NCAA Div. 1 men’s college basketball RPI rankings for teams of interest as of Monday, February 6th, 2012. I’ll try to provide an update every Monday throughout the NCAA Div. 1 men’s basketball season.
More-so than the AP poll and USA Today coaches poll, the RPI is the best gauge of where your team stands in relation to being invited to the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament in March 2012 and its subsequent seeding.

I have also separated the teams into two groups. Those who would make the NCAA Tournament field of 68 if today were Selection Sunday and those who would not make the NCAA Tournament field of 68 if today were selection Sunday.

Of note: Obviously, if your team wins its conference tournament, it receives an automatic invitation to the NCAA Tournament despite its RPI ranking or its ranking in the AP and USA Today coaches polls.

RPI ranking (strength of schedule ranking)

CURRENTLY IN

#1 Syracuse (14)
#4 Ohio State (28)
#11 Missouri (88)
#14 Florida (62)
#17 Florida State (11)
#25 West Virginia (5)
#31 Alabama (15)
#32 Mississippi State (65)

CURRENTLY OUT

#38 Miami (33)
#64 UCF (108)
#74 LSU (42)
#80 South Florida (35)
#102 George Mason (252)
#123 Iowa (69)
#130 Auburn (116)
#144 Penn State (41)
#159 South Carolina (43)

If you’re someone who peruses this forum, but doesn’t regularly contribute, please let me know your team of interest and I’ll add it to the weekly update. Cheers! -Eric







You just shove that RPI bs up your hilljack ass... We are playing for the NIT!! Don’t be crossing off our leet bball program!! We have the best offense in the SEC behind Kentucky.

 
Guyute_Pig
beers 103 º places 48 º 15:07 Mon 2/6/2012

I want some more STARSSSSS in my football recruiting class... What is Kozan doing Mr. Hawkeye?? I really think we have our quota of OL, but who knows. Diggs is said to be down to OSU, AU, and the home town Terps. Why would anyone want to play for the Turtles? I’d actually much rather he go there than to Urban and the Buckeyes.

 
Guyute_Pig
beers 103 º places 48 º 15:10 Mon 2/6/2012

We like to talk about our each individual butt-hurtedness throughout the year... but where are the comments on Les Miles? That was EPIC butt hurt action, talking shit about the "heart" of Gunner. Sorry, the Hat is a douche and showed it loud and proud for the corndog nation.

 
hopscotch
beers 11236 º places 288 º 09:14 Tue 2/7/2012

Originally posted by Guyute_Pig
We like to talk about our each individual butt-hurtedness throughout the year... but where are the comments on Les Miles? That was EPIC butt hurt action, talking shit about the "heart" of Gunner. Sorry, the Hat is a douche and showed it loud and proud for the corndog nation.

Yeah, that kinda took me by surprise too. He’s still the Mad Hatter, I guess... except when running an offense against ’Bama in the natty championship game.

 
hopscotch
beers 11236 º places 288 º 09:15 Tue 2/7/2012

Originally posted by Guyute_Pig
Originally posted by hopscotch
Here are the NCAA Div. 1 men’s college basketball RPI rankings for teams of interest as of Monday, February 6th, 2012. I’ll try to provide an update every Monday throughout the NCAA Div. 1 men’s basketball season.
More-so than the AP poll and USA Today coaches poll, the RPI is the best gauge of where your team stands in relation to being invited to the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament in March 2012 and its subsequent seeding.

I have also separated the teams into two groups. Those who would make the NCAA Tournament field of 68 if today were Selection Sunday and those who would not make the NCAA Tournament field of 68 if today were selection Sunday.

Of note: Obviously, if your team wins its conference tournament, it receives an automatic invitation to the NCAA Tournament despite its RPI ranking or its ranking in the AP and USA Today coaches polls.

RPI ranking (strength of schedule ranking)

CURRENTLY IN

#1 Syracuse (14)
#4 Ohio State (28)
#11 Missouri (88)
#14 Florida (62)
#17 Florida State (11)
#25 West Virginia (5)
#31 Alabama (15)
#32 Mississippi State (65)

CURRENTLY OUT

#38 Miami (33)
#64 UCF (108)
#74 LSU (42)
#80 South Florida (35)
#102 George Mason (252)
#123 Iowa (69)
#130 Auburn (116)
#144 Penn State (41)
#159 South Carolina (43)

If you’re someone who peruses this forum, but doesn’t regularly contribute, please let me know your team of interest and I’ll add it to the weekly update. Cheers! -Eric







You just shove that RPI bs up your hilljack ass... We are playing for the NIT!! Don’t be crossing off our leet bball program!! We have the best offense in the SEC behind Kentucky.


Words can hurt, man.

 
TheAlum
beers 7164 º places 10 º 13:29 Tue 2/7/2012

2013 Rivals 100 comes out tomorrow.

2013 Rivals 250 comes out Thursday.

 
TheAlum
beers 7164 º places 10 º 13:37 Tue 2/7/2012