His girlfriend broke up with him later I’m a Seminole on Saturdays and a Cowboy on Sundays shirt. A few months later he moved to Hawaii and became a chef. Got married a few weeks ago and still lives there. Still a Michigan fan. At least I won one. Pretty much. The only downfall is I can’t disc with him anymore. Happy for him though. App St. improves lives. No, I meant how we kept getting picked to be the loser in some of the games in this post level 2 Shit, at least you still made one CFP in this twisted reality. 2007s wacky hijinks, gone! 2011, one of the best regular seasons in history, gone!
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And OP sure as hell took away but he didn’t give us anything back I’m a Seminole on Saturdays and a Cowboy on Sundays shirt loss would be a top 5 Oregon, and they would have more ranked wins. Head to Head is great for Oregon, but LSU still has the better resume and technically their loss is against a better opponent. Not really. The resumes aren’t that far off. And Oregon having that win would be pretty big. Oregon still had a top 25 resume, and only one BCS ranking had LSU in the top 10 for schedule, but Oregon was also in the top 10 with that system. If Oregon had the head to head and was conference champ, Oregon gets the NCG nod. I know haha. Thank you for that btw. If we could just get over our Championship Game flops. I would be so happy. ESPN has a hard-on against Missouri sports. With the exception being the Cardinals of course.
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Still burns. I’m a Seminole on Saturdays and a Cowboy on Sundays shirt in a row with our best team ever. We did lose in the Rose to Oregon, who would also be in the discussion, but I believe 12-1 Wisconsin would have gotten a bid. Hail Mary’s are a double-edged sword in this state. Even as a Gator fan that would have been nearly unwatchable. It was already an ass-kicking of historic proportions in a Sugar Bowl lacking any long-term meaning. Obsessive pre-cardiac-incident Urban Meyer circa December 2009 given a month to prep for a National Championship game against a team at a substantial talent deficit across the board? He would have stomped on the Bearcats’ collective throat so mercilessly he would have been charged with war crimes. If Cincy had a national title appearance under their belt, I wonder if the conference shakeups go down differently. Probably not, but it’s the only big ripple I see happening.