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  • Originally posted by MichVandal View Post

    Osu did try to play a good game. And taking so long to run that last drive…

    Besides, need to score 17 against Iowa
    2 should do it.
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    • Hate to be that guy who fell down on a fair catch to let Alabama walk in for a TD
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      • Guess it wasn't a walk in : ) Auburn is going to be thinking about that gag job for a long time
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        • Pac 12 is guaranteed a spot now. It’ll be 12-1 Oregon or 13-0 Washington as champs next week.

          If you go by the one loss rule, the following teams are still eligible:

          Georgia
          Michigan
          OSU
          Florida State
          Washington
          Oregon
          Alabama
          Texas

          OSU is probably on the outside looking in after today’s results. SEC and Pac 12 are guaranteed a one loss champ. Even if Michigan loses next week they’ll be in over OSU.

          To still have a shot they need:
          FSU to probably lose both tonight and next week. At least next week.
          And then they’d need Oklahoma State to beat Texas to take out the Big 12.
          And a one loss UGA makes it over them, so really they need UGA to either lose tonight and next week or beat Bama to avoid two SEC teams.
          Probably need Washington to win next week too just to stop them from comparing resumes with another one loss team.

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          FSU/Texas/Bama/OSU
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          • Originally posted by Spartanforlife4 View Post
            Pac 12 is guaranteed a spot now. It’ll be 12-1 Oregon or 13-0 Washington as champs next week.

            If you go by the one loss rule, the following teams are still eligible:

            Georgia
            Michigan
            OSU
            Florida State
            Washington
            Oregon
            Alabama
            Texas

            OSU is probably on the outside looking in after today’s results. SEC and Pac 12 are guaranteed a one loss champ. Even if Michigan loses next week they’ll be in over OSU.

            To still have a shot they need:
            FSU to probably lose both tonight and next week. At least next week.
            And then they’d need Oklahoma State to beat Texas to take out the Big 12.
            And a one loss UGA makes it over them, so really they need UGA to either lose tonight and next week or beat Bama to avoid two SEC teams.
            Probably need Washington to win next week too just to stop them from comparing resumes with another one loss team.

            Georgia
            Michigan
            Pac 12
            FSU/Texas/Bama/OSU
            If UGA, Michigan, UW, and FSU win out, it would be the least controversial playoffs.

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            • Snow game alert in Manhattan, KS.
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              • Originally posted by state of hockey View Post
                Snow game alert in Manhattan, KS.
                The lack of D in the big12 makes this game a lot of fun.

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                • Watching UCLA-Cal on ESPN and, while going through Washington-Wazzu highlights. a commentator said "Yeah, let's break up the Pac-12. That's a good idea!" as if ESPN didn't have a direct hand in the break up of the Pac-12.
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                  But let's be real...There are 40 some other teams and only two alaskan teams...the day one of us wins something big will be the day I transfer to UAA
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                  Best sign by a visting Seawolf fan Friday went to a young man who held up a piece of white poster board that read: "YOU CAN'T SPELL FAILURE WITHOUT UAF."

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                  • Originally posted by MichVandal View Post

                    If UGA, Michigan, UW, and FSU win out, it would be the least controversial playoffs.
                    The undefeateds winning out makes things real easy:
                    UGA at #1 playing #4 Florida State at the Sugar Bowl.

                    #2 Washington playing #3 Michigan at the Rose Bowl.

                    The undefeateds losing is chaos mode:
                    Oregon likely goes to #1 (they’re ranked higher than Alabama right now)
                    Alabama goes to #2
                    If Texas wins the Big 12 they go to #3
                    If Texas loses you have to look at a one loss, ACC champion Louisville as #3
                    From there it’s a toss up for #4 between Georgia and Washington. Personally, but not without bias, I think Washington should get it considering they had an arguably tougher schedule.
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                    Originally posted by UAFIceAngel
                    But let's be real...There are 40 some other teams and only two alaskan teams...the day one of us wins something big will be the day I transfer to UAA
                    Originally posted by Doyle Woody
                    Best sign by a visting Seawolf fan Friday went to a young man who held up a piece of white poster board that read: "YOU CAN'T SPELL FAILURE WITHOUT UAF."

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                    • #2 Washington playing #3 Michigan at the Rose Bowl.

                      As much as I despise MI and the new system, this is as close to how God intended as possible.

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                      • Originally posted by Jimjamesak View Post
                        The undefeateds winning out makes things real easy:
                        UGA at #1 playing #4 Florida State at the Sugar Bowl.

                        #2 Washington playing #3 Michigan at the Rose Bowl.

                        The undefeateds losing is chaos mode:
                        Oregon likely goes to #1 (they’re ranked higher than Alabama right now)
                        Alabama goes to #2
                        If Texas wins the Big 12 they go to #3
                        If Texas loses you have to look at a one loss, ACC champion Louisville as #3
                        From there it’s a toss up for #4 between Georgia and Washington. Personally, but not without bias, I think Washington should get it considering they had an arguably tougher schedule.
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                        • While there is a ton of hate for Ryan Day in Ann Arbor, he’s given himself some humanity back- after Zinters really bad injury where he broke two bones in his left leg, Day used the time while he was being stablilized to console Zach’s parents in the tunnel. Nice thing to do for a tough injury.

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                          • Indiana has fired football coach Tom Allen, sources confirmed to ESPN on Sunday, a day after the Hoosiers completed their third consecutive losing season.

                            Indiana reached national prominence in 2020, as the team went 6-2 during the COVID-shortened season and finished No. 12 nationally, its best finish since 1967 (No. 4). In March 2021, Indiana rewarded Allen with a new seven-year contract that increased his salary to $4.9 million annually and included a buyout of $20.8 million if the school chose to fire him before Dec. 1, 2023. The buyout would have dropped to about $8 million in 2024.

                            Couldn't wait a week??

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                            • Originally posted by SonofSouthie View Post
                              Indiana has fired football coach Tom Allen, sources confirmed to ESPN on Sunday, a day after the Hoosiers completed their third consecutive losing season.

                              Indiana reached national prominence in 2020, as the team went 6-2 during the COVID-shortened season and finished No. 12 nationally, its best finish since 1967 (No. 4). In March 2021, Indiana rewarded Allen with a new seven-year contract that increased his salary to $4.9 million annually and included a buyout of $20.8 million if the school chose to fire him before Dec. 1, 2023. The buyout would have dropped to about $8 million in 2024.

                              Couldn't wait a week??
                              He knows where the bodies are buried and agreed to go quietly.
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                              • Originally posted by SonofSouthie View Post
                                Indiana has fired football coach Tom Allen, sources confirmed to ESPN on Sunday, a day after the Hoosiers completed their third consecutive losing season.

                                Indiana reached national prominence in 2020, as the team went 6-2 during the COVID-shortened season and finished No. 12 nationally, its best finish since 1967 (No. 4). In March 2021, Indiana rewarded Allen with a new seven-year contract that increased his salary to $4.9 million annually and included a buyout of $20.8 million if the school chose to fire him before Dec. 1, 2023. The buyout would have dropped to about $8 million in 2024.

                                Couldn't wait a week??
                                If they don’t hire someone tomorrow, then the AD needs to be fired. What a waste. The only justification for that move was that a specific person was only available before the first.

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