Tuesday, November 09, 2010

Blogpoll ballot

Every once in a while I will get some comment or email on my dislike and disrespect for Boise State. I think they are a quality program, but I don't believe they are in the same class as some of the other powers. I know they've won Bowl games and beat Virginia Tech. But that doesn't finalize anything in my mind. I am in the group that feels Boise doesn't get tested enough on a weekly basis. That's why I have LSU and Stanford so high. Both have multiple "good wins" and their only losses came at the hands of the two best team's in the country.

Games I watched

BC vs Wake Forest 100% (twice)
Michigan-Illinois (just the OT)
Florida State-UNC 25%
Georgia Tech-Virginia Tech 75%
Rutgers-South Florida 25%
USC-Arizona State 25%

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Eagle in Atlanta Ballot - Week 11

Rank Team Delta
1 Oregon Ducks --
2 Auburn Tigers --
3 TCU Horned Frogs Arrow_up 1
4 Stanford Cardinal Arrow_up 11
5 LSU Tigers Arrow_up 11
6 Nebraska Cornhuskers Arrow_up 1
7 Boise St. Broncos Arrow_down -2
8 Wisconsin Badgers Arrow_up 2
9 Michigan St. Spartans Arrow_up 4
10 Ohio St. Buckeyes Arrow_up 1
11 Arizona Wildcats --
12 Iowa Hawkeyes --
13 Alabama Crimson Tide Arrow_down -7
14 Utah Utes Arrow_down -11
15 Oklahoma St. Cowboys Arrow_down -1
16 Mississippi St. Bulldogs Arrow_up 1
17 Arkansas Razorbacks Arrow_up 6
18 Virginia Tech Hokies --
19 Missouri Tigers Arrow_down -11
20 North Carolina Tar Heels --
21 Oklahoma Sooners Arrow_down -12
22 Central Florida Knights --
23 Baylor Bears Arrow_down -1
24 Temple Owls --
25 San Diego St. Aztecs --
Dropouts: N.C. State Wolfpack, Florida St. Seminoles, South Carolina Gamecocks, Syracuse Orange

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Erik said...

Looks like the crowds will get even smaller at Duke:

"Last Saturday, many of us enjoyed a terrific, hard fought victory over Virginia in Wallace Wade Stadium. I want to acknowledge the tremendous effort of our team and wish more students could have been on hand to celebrate this win. Unfortunately, the positive experience in Wallace Wade was dampened by an incident in tailgate...an incident involving a teenage youth which easily could have been tragic.

This incident has vividly revealed that tailgate as is practiced at Duke must come to an end. It has long lost its value as a pre-football, spirit building activity and has become increasingly dangerous in every iteration. Thus, there will be no student 'tailgate' this Saturday in advance of the game against Boston College."

Ry said...

sad news

Scott said...

Boise State supporters love to point to that last minute win against Va Tech as their confirmation ... does everyone forget that one week later that same Va Tech team was trounced by JMU ... a 4 loss 1-AA team. VA Tech has improved as the year went on, but they were really weak at the start of the year.