Very impressive job by Oregon when you can spot a top 10 Stanford team a 21-3 lead and then counter with a 49-10 run to end the game. Had a bad feeling Alabama wasn't going to put itself in a spot to take a punch 2 straight weeks. One of these weeks Oklahoma is going to screw around late in a game with a lead and end up losing. Three straight weeks they've gotten lazy late. So, putrid clock management does beat not knowing how to count to 11. It does seem though that the poor clock management games always are in the SEC though. Seems like the only defense that will keep Mr. Robinson of Michigan from winning the Heisman is the Michigan defense. As explosive as the Michigan offense is, the defense is just as bad. Weird watching the running Michigan team hold the ball for 18 minutes while the passing Indiana team held it for 42. Usually, the numbers are inverted in that scenario. Tennessee just sent a 15th man on the field and Dooley is thinking that is perfectly acceptable. On Wisconsin, to a lower level bowl.
Originally posted by JayJayDeanWashington 32, USC 31, woo.
Who is the last team to beat USC two years in a row?
Of course, the answer is "Washington", silly man.
EDIT: Ha ha. I know that isn't what you meant. A quick check of USC's past schedules says they lost to Oregon, Stanford, and Notre Dame in 2000 and 2001, and they lost to Washington State in 2000 and 2002 (USC and WSU didn't play in 2001.)
(edited by JayJayDean on 3.10.10 1036) Holy fuck shit motherfucker shit. Read comics. Fuck shit shit fuck shit I sold out when I did my job. Fuck fuck fuck shit fuck. Sorry had to do it....
Revenge of the Sith = one thumb up from me. Fuck shit. I want to tittie fuck your ass. -- The Guinness. to Cerebus
Bama intercepting Florida's jump pass was the equivalent of a wrestler having his finisher stopped then hit with another finisher. ND finally got a road win thanks to their defense. Oregon was my dark horse to win this thing and now its my 50/50 lock. Thank you Washington, Iowa and Bama for taking out teams I hate.
Man, the Bucs have a pretty tough out of division schedule next year (Green Bay, Minnesota, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, St. Louis, Chicago, Detroit, Baltimore, Cincinnati, Philadelphia). I'm not sure I like this.