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That ASU/Wisconsin game early in the year was not only a wild game, but it was probably a matchup between a couple of top 10 teams that nobody was expecting.
I think the computers only like them when considering margin of victory, too.
It didn't end up mattering, but UCLA/Hundley wasted a ton of time on their final drive before getting snaps off.
and how the #### did oSu lose to WVA?
I think it was commented on earlier, but Florida lost to a FCS school that did not complete a single pass.
Rk Team (1st) Pts 1 Alabama (55) 1496 2 Florida State (5) 1444 3 Ohio State 1375 4 Auburn 1294 5 Missouri 1202 6 Clemson 1196 7 Oklahoma State 1177 8 Stanford 1002 9 Baylor 97610 South Carolina 960
Rk Team (1st) Pts 1 Alabama (56) 1544 2 Florida State (6) 1488 3 Ohio State 1428 4 Clemson 1289 5 Auburn 1268 6 Missouri 1243 7 Oklahoma State 1225 8 Baylor 1009 9 South Carolina 100310 Stanford 981
Is the PAC-12 being punished for having too strong a conference?
Rk Team (1st) Pts 1 Alabama (99) 2595 2 Florida State (5) 2494 3 Ohio State 2389 4 Clemson 2148 5 Auburn 2139 6 Missouri 2109 7 Oklahoma State 2013 8 Stanford 1759 9 Baylor 167910 South Carolina 1620
And Fresno scores again. 27-21. Still first quarter.
You'll want to gouge your eyes out after seeing the two ugliest uniforms ever conceived.
There is a good chance Michigan will have fewer net yards on offense than Ohio State will have points scored. And Al Borges will keep his job anyway.
As to the question above...no, Flood will stay because the RU President and Trustees won't approve the funds for a big time coach and a buyout.
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