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NCAA Week 6

Discussion in 'Off Topic [BG]' started by Dr Stankface, Oct 1, 2008.


  1. Here's my weekly prediction of some SEC games...

    Auburn vs Vanderbilt
    Vanderbilt is a strong looking team this year with an impressive resume, but they've not played a team like Auburn. Game stays close but Auburn comes out with another W on this one. 21-14 Auburn.

    Florida vs Arkansas
    Florida will be mad as hell from that loss to Ole Miss and will take it out on Arkansas who's looking pretty miserable. 34-7 Gators.

    Kentucky vs Alabama
    If Alabama overlooks Kentucky then they may take a disappointing loss at home. I don't think it'll happen (but I can always hope) and think Alabama will come out with a closer win than people think. 24-14 Tide.

    South Carolina vs Ole Miss
    Look for Ole Miss to take a similar approach to the game as they did to Florida. Ole Miss comes out with another win. 27-21 Rebels.

    Northern Illinois vs Tennessee
    Tennessee may come out with a win for the second time this season. Northern Illinois looks like an easy match even for Tennessee. 27-10 Vols.
     
  2. UGA/UT is week 7 bro.

    The Dawgs have a week off to recover.
     
  3. Whoops. Edited. Thanks bro. :p
     
  4. Missouri vs. Nebraska

    This should be a pretty interesting game. Missouri has lost the past 15 games played in Nebraska, but our team is definitely of a higher caliber this year. Nebraska is doing pretty well this year too, going 3-1 this season, narrowly losing to Virginia Tech. I predict the Tigers coming out on top, but not without a decent fight from Nebraska.
     
  5. MJ5150

    MJ5150 Moderator Staff Member Supporting Member

    Apr 12, 2001
    Olympia, WA
    My wife and I are flying out to Fayetteville on Thursday morning for the game. We are missing a couple starters and some key backups, which is a total bummer for me. I really wanted to see Emmanuel Moody, the USC transfer, play. Urban Meyer is saying he won't play.

    I'm sure my Gators will win, but not so sure we coast through this one. It's not that Arkansas is any good, my guys just seem to not show up for these kind of games now and then. :rollno:

    -Mike
     
  6. steamthief

    steamthief

    Jan 25, 2006
    Mentone Beach
    USC vs. Oregon - the winner of this one will be in the driver's seat to take the Pac-10. I think the Trojans have something to prove this week, but it will be competitive from start to finish. USC, 27-17.
     
  7. Bump it up for others to make some predictions.
     
  8. Eublet

    Eublet

    Jul 28, 2006
    Auburn - Vandy
    Tough one to call. With Auburn scratching most of it's offense, maybe they can actually do something. Then again, they don't seem to have any players to do anything with. Their defense is good, no doubt. But Vandy is will be super pumped about this game. I'm going to pick Vandy to win 13-10, but I wouldn't bet on this game! :D

    Bama - Kentucky
    No way Bama will look past any team this year. Won't happen. Bama kills Kentucky 45-3.

    Florida - ar'Kansas
    Florida easily kills a team that is going nowhere fast, an whiney Urban will run the score up as much as he possibly can. 52-3 Gators.
     
  9. Grizzly700

    Grizzly700

    Mar 18, 2008
    Maryville, TN
    Auburn vs Vanderbilt
    Vanderbilt is tough, determined, and wants to be the best. They won't have this chance again for a while. Vanderbilt wins 20- 13.

    Florida vs Arkansas
    Florida kills them. 45-0

    Kentucky vs Alabama
    Alabama wins 35-10

    South Carolina vs Ole Miss
    Ole Miss but not by much. 17-10.

    Northern Illinois vs Tennessee
    Come on, Tennessee did well against Auburn last week. Northern Illinois are nobodies. Tennessee 56-14.
     
  10. Tennessee putting up 56 points against ANYONE is asking for a miracle.

    Oh, and Auburn has no players to do anything with? I guess we've forgotten about Ben Tate, Brad Lester, Eric Smith, Mario Fannin, Tristan Davis, Robert Dunn, Rodgeriqus Smith, Kodi Burns, and Montez Billings. :p

    It's going to be a fun day for football!
     
  11. GregC

    GregC Johnny and Joe Gold Supporting Member

    Jan 19, 2007
    Chicago
    Whiney?:eyebrow: And he certainly could have piled it on against the hapless Vols, but he didn't.
     
  12. My alma mater (Utah) just became the first bowl-eligible team in the nation! :hyper:


    We now return you to your SEC love-fest.
     
  13. GregC

    GregC Johnny and Joe Gold Supporting Member

    Jan 19, 2007
    Chicago
    In all seriousness, Atoz, is Weber State Division I-A? I thought the requirement was 6 D I-A wins, but I may be wrong.

    And non-SEC fans are more than welcome to post, they're just too apathetic to do so, for the most part.:D
     
  14. 3 Big 12 teams in the top 5 of the AP poll.

    We'll see if that continues after this weekend.
     
  15. ESPN said they were bowl-eligible, so I was going by that. If I'm wrong, I blame them. :p

    How are you enjoying our old coach?
     
  16. GregC

    GregC Johnny and Joe Gold Supporting Member

    Jan 19, 2007
    Chicago
    Yeah, I'd go by that.:D

    Other than last Saturday, I think Urban's done a great job so far. He's brought in great talent, his system makes sense (and is far more flexible than the naysayers claimed) and he recognized right off the bat that the program needed a shot of discipline and pride after Zook. He just needs to do better at recruiting offensive linemen.
     
  17. Florida put the hurt on Arkansas. I was almost right. :p
     
  18. Dude.

    You ought'a make odds for a living or something:

    http://img92.imageshack.us/img92/6779/casino048lvfp2.jpg
     
  19. Grizzly700

    Grizzly700

    Mar 18, 2008
    Maryville, TN
    Hey, as long as Stephens can get the ball into our receivers hands they can score. They have pretty good receivers and you know it. :rolleyes: Getting the ball to them is the problem.....
     
  20. Eublet

    Eublet

    Jul 28, 2006
    Whew! Bama held on. Just barely. Not sure what happened this week. They didn't overlook Kentucky I don't think. It was more just a matter of being unable to execute. Penalties, penalties. Oh well, they can't all be pretty. Glad they got a win though.

    Auburn is having a hard time right now. Their offense is just absolutely terrible. And I'm surprised the way Vandy is moving the ball on them. 9 minutes to go, so it will be interesting to watch. Looking forward to next week.
     

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