Sunday, October 28, 2007

What a wild weekend

Well, the Vols survived a nightmare comeback and have Ryan Succop and his wide right kick to thank for it.

Georgia puts the Vols in first place in the SEC East by humbling Florida.

Southern Cal is officially out of the running for the National Championship (and from the beginning of the year, I said the beach bums were over-rated anyway). The mighty Trojans were defeated by a flock of Ducks.

There is also no doubt whatsoever about who is the Number One team in the land this week.



At Sunday, October 28, 2007 12:47:00 AM, Blogger Fabian's straight talk said...

You are correct there is no doubt about the #1 team in the land LSU

At Sunday, October 28, 2007 1:08:00 AM, Blogger Dave Oatney said...

On what planet is LSU unbeaten and didn't lose to a team that just lost to Mississippi State?!

At Sunday, October 28, 2007 3:48:00 AM, Blogger Matt Daley said...

I wouldn't write OSU's ticket to the Superdome just yet. While they should handle Wisconsin and Illinois at home, their game at Michigan is shaping up to be yet another doozy.

And if there is ANY benefit to Michigan's shocking loss to Appalachian State and their humiliation at the hands of Oregon, it's that they might have finally learned something. For once, Michigan is winning games that they would have lost in the past...they're actually coming from behind and putting teams away.

I won't predict a Michigan win yet...but OSU had better not take them lightly.

And by the way, I'm sticking by my mid-season prediction that Oregon will end up in the BCS title game.

It's just a shame we haven't done a show or have one planned...the college football season continues to fascinate, even if the World Series is a flop.

At Sunday, October 28, 2007 8:45:00 AM, Blogger Dave Oatney said...

None of this is to say we can't do a show. Let me know when you are free.

(I might be able to do one this afternoon, but I am not sure. I should be free this evening or tomorrow though.


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