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USC Rules:

--- Quote from: dpc1192 on October 24, 2007, 06:46:44 PM ---Who do you believe is truthfully the best team in the NCAA..

Not the team with the least amount of losses, but the BEST team

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As much as I'd like to take USC, I say by week 12 UF.

If that team keeps progressing and growing, specifically on defense, they will be the best team by week 12.  They really should have beaten LSU, in LSU, with a team chock full of freshmen and sophs.  If they can pull it together and win out, face LSU again in the Sec title game, that team should have enough experience to finish LSU off next time. 

John Galt?:
I could see a situation where a 2 loss team (UF, or LSU if they lose another, or others) could climb back up and threaten to take the #2 spot.
If UF won out and beat LSU on a neutral field and OSU, the Virginia teams, BC, and Oregon all drop 1,  UF could leapfrog a few teams on ''name recognition'' and SOS.
If UMich wins out, strange thing could also happen. 

Could a 2 loss team make the big game?

dpc1192:
USF wins out and they're back in it

olafberserker:

--- Quote from: dpc1192 on October 24, 2007, 04:04:14 PM ---USF wins out and they're back in it

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I doubt that, but hey let's win out and see where the chips fall.

BmoreBucsFan:
It will be West Virginia vs Oregon

Final score: WVU 134 - Oregon 115 in an offensive shootout.

BucsBullsBolts:

--- Quote from: dpc1192 on October 24, 2007, 04:04:14 PM ---USF wins out and they're back in it

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They'd have to have a lot more crazy crap happen .... not out of the question, but not likely.

olafberserker:
I'd probably say LSU, but even that I'm not sure of.

oregonbucfan:

--- Quote from: BucEmUp on October 22, 2007, 10:56:28 AM ---I also think that injuries could change your team. If they find a way to over come them they have a very good chance. It is a shame that the injury bug bit Oregon because they were looking very good. I hope we do not see OSU Vs. SEC agian because the game will be the same as last season. OSU is way overrated. Far more so then USF was but we will see the season play out. LSU has not looked very good as of late either.



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The injuries havent hurt Oregon yet. We lose Cameron Colvin whos whole career was a huge disapointment (came in as the 3rd best HS player in the country), and Jermiah Johnson who actually I thought could hurt us... but with Johnson out it means more carries for Stewart, and Oregons 3rd string RB Andre Crenshaw had 122 yards rushing this week. The only injury that is hurting us is Brian Paysinger he was are more consistent WR.

oregonbucfan:

--- Quote from: Swolf on October 22, 2007, 09:25:28 AM ---Actually, I can see USC beating you guys for no reason except how many injuries you have suffered here lately. You guys are beat up prtty bad. Not saying, just saying.

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Yeah were beat up e**CENSORED**ally at WR have Aaron Pfulgard a 5'8 freshmen as are #3 WR... coaches kid, he played great saturday. WR is the only position I worry about. We have no speed WR with Derrick Jones suspended (may return this week), but with Jonathan Stewart at RB and probably the best OL in the country I think Oregon will just pound the rock.

BuckEmUp:
I also think that injuries could change your team.  If they find a way to over come them they have a very good chance.  It is a shame that the injury bug bit Oregon because they were looking very good.  I hope we do not see OSU Vs. SEC agian because the game will be the same as last season.  OSU is way overrated.  Far more so then USF was but we will see the season play out.  LSU has not looked very good as of late either.

The play by the Auburn Oline going after the DT's knees was one of the worst things I have seen in football.  I was rooting to Auburn up to that point.  I hope they loose all the games they have left.

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