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Lady O has bailed.

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GoCubsGo wrote:
Mon Jan 08, 2024 8:28 pm
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Mon Jan 08, 2024 8:23 pm
Crap, 3-14 in the 1st. What else is on?
:puke-left: :puke-left: Ya beat me by 4 minutes and a long Michigan run. :puke-left: :puke-left:
3-17 late in the 2nd, ick. Pretty Baby: Brooke Shields and America's Got Talent: Fantasy League are on.
EDIT: 10-17 just before halftime :thumbup: Guess I'll flip back in the 3rd.


Figures:
FBI notified about threats toward CFP members after FSU exclusion
Hey FSU :crybaby: :crybaby: , the semis were both exciting games while you got shamed 63-3. The CFP got it right.

Larry Fitzgerald, Randy Moss voted into College Football HOF
It took this long? :headscratch:
Randy Moss and Larry Fitzgerald were among 19 players and three coaches in the College Football Hall of Fame class announced Monday.

Warrick Dunn of Florida State, Toby Gerhart of Stanford, Julius Peppers of North Carolina and Danny Woodhead of Chadron State also were elected to the Atlanta-based hall by the National Football Foundation....

Moss, inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2018, was one of college football's most electric performers in his two seasons at Marshall. He was an All-American as both a receiver and return man. He caught 174 passes for 3,529 yards and 54 touchdowns in his career and was the 1997 Biletnikoff Award winner. His 26 touchdown receptions that season were a Bowl Subdivision record. He played for five teams over 14 NFL seasons and was the league's leading receiver five times.

Fitzgerald was the 2003 Heisman Trophy runner-up and Biletnikoff Award winner while playing for Pittsburgh, where he totaled 161 catches for 2,677 yards and a school-record 34 touchdowns over his two seasons. He caught a touchdown in 18 consecutive games to set an NCAA record. He was the third overall pick in the 2004 NFL draft and 11-time Pro Bowl selection in 17 years with the Arizona Cardinals.
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... Peppers, who played at UNC, won the 2001 Bednarik and Lombardi awards. In 2000, he led the nation with 15 sacks and a school-record 24 tackles for loss. He was the second overall pick in the 2002 NFL draft and was a first-team All-Pro and nine-time Pro Bowl pick over 17 seasons with three teams.
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The rest of the 2024 class includes Justin Blackmon of Oklahoma State, Paul Cameron of UCLA, Tim Couch of Kentucky, Armanti Edwards of Appalachian State, Deon Figures of Colorado, Dan Hampton of Arkansas, Steve Hutchinson of Michigan, Antonio Langham of Alabama, Paul Posluszny of Penn State, Dewey Selmon of Oklahoma, Alex Smith of Utah, Kevin Smith of Texas A&M and Chris Ward of Ohio State....
ASU represent!

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Cheaters do prosper :(

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Vrede too wrote:
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Cheaters do prosper :(
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Introducing your next coach of the Chicago Bears....
Eamus Catuli~AC 000000 000101 010202 020303 010304 020405....Ahhhh, forget it, it's gonna be a while.

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In a way my team won - nah, that’s wrong - I didn’t have a team because payoffs are bs because they can’t pick a “best” team (the playoffs are simply a way for big business to monetize collage football).
But great fun knowing that tens, or would it be hundreds of thousands of bammer fans lost again.


Headlines at 11:05 run even more salt into the alabammer wound

“Final AP Top 25 Poll Stunningly Drops Alabama to No. 5“

https://www.si.com/college/alabama/foot ... ma-to-no-5


Oh please please please let the next event be Sabin’s retirement announcement
Followed by their hiring neon Deion
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Will it be Lane or Dabooo?
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billy.pilgrim wrote:
Tue Jan 09, 2024 7:07 am

Headlines at 11:05 run even more salt into the alabammer wound

“Final AP Top 25 Poll Stunningly Drops Alabama to No. 5“

https://www.si.com/college/alabama/foot ... ma-to-no-5
:---P
Oh please please please let the next event be Sabin’s retirement announcement
Nailed it :clap: You and neoplacebo are vicious :-||
Followed by their hiring neon Deion
:D Good luck with that.
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Will it be Lane or Dabooo?
:puke-left: :puke-left:

13-1 AP #25 Liberty coach Jamey Chadwell :P

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Will it be Lane or Dabooo?
I know who it won't be:

Dan Lanning, amid Alabama rumors, says he's staying at Oregon

:lol: Fuck off, Bama.

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billy.pilgrim wrote:
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https://twitter.com/On3sports/status/17 ... 0706457781

Will it be Lane or Dabooo?
I know who it won't be:

Dan Lanning, amid Alabama rumors, says he's staying at Oregon

:lol: Fuck off, Bama.
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FSU guy apparently passed, too. And there were a bunch of students/alums/passersby out yelling "anybody but Daboo"

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FSU guy apparently passed, too. And there were a bunch of students/alums/passersby out yelling "anybody but Daboo"
Crap.

Sources: Washington's DeBoer agrees to become next Alabama coach

:(

Crap, crap, crap.
Washington WR Rome Odunze, RB Dillon Johnson declaring for NFL draft

Washington is losing two skilled players to the NFL draft: wide receiver Rome Odunze and running back Dillon Johnson.

A third player, safety Mishael Powell, who started every game and had three interceptions and 38 tackles, has entered the transfer portal....
Gonna be a struggle to repeat 2023.

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I thought that DeBoer might have some significant culture shock going from Seattle to Tuscaloosa, but since he was previously at Fresno State and Southern Illinois, so maybe not.

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I thought that DeBoer might have some significant culture shock going from Seattle to Tuscaloosa, but since he was previously at Fresno State and Southern Illinois, so maybe not.
Growing up, college play and coaching in SD, along with coaching at IN may be even more culturally similar to Bama.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kalen_DeBoer
Head coaching record
Overall
104–12 90%, Saban 292–71–1 80% college
Bowls 2–1 67%, Saban 19-12 61%
Tournaments
1–1 (CFP) 50%, Saban 9-5 64%
17–2 (NAIA playoffs) 89%
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nick_Saban
:-|| :-|| for both
Washington QB Will Rogers enters transfer portal again

Washington quarterback Will Rogers entered his name in the transfer portal Friday night, marking the second time in the past two months he has been in the portal.

Rogers first entered his name in the database Nov. 27, transferring from Mississippi State. His coach, Zach Arnett, was fired Nov. 13, and replaced with Oklahoma offensive coordinator Jeff Lebby, which prompted Rogers to enter the portal the first time.

He announced he would transfer to Washington on Dec. 15, and looked as though he would be Kalen DeBoer's replacement at quarterback for outgoing Michael Penix Jr....

He was the fifth Washington player to enter the transfer portal Friday, joining All Pac-12 second team cornerback Jabbar Muhammad, safety Mishael Powell, linebacker Ethan Barr and tight end Tre Watson.

At quarterback, Washington loses Penix and also saw Dylan Morris and Will Haskell enter the transfer portal. With Rogers also in the portal, if he decides to transfer it will leave the quarterback room sparse. The staff signed four-star Austin Mack in the 2023 class but the roster won't have much experience at the position if Rogers departs.
Ugh, but it's fitting for a school that betrayed the PAC-12. All this before Washington even names a new HC. I wouldn't make any off-season wagers on the Big Ten Conference Huskies.

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O Really wrote:
Sat Jan 13, 2024 12:57 am
I thought that DeBoer might have some significant culture shock going from Seattle to Tuscaloosa, but since he was previously at Fresno State and Southern Illinois, so maybe not.
We can all hope so. Some of us are hoping he pulls a Harsin.
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billy.pilgrim wrote:
Sat Jan 13, 2024 8:40 pm
O Really wrote:
Sat Jan 13, 2024 12:57 am
I thought that DeBoer might have some significant culture shock going from Seattle to Tuscaloosa, but since he was previously at Fresno State and Southern Illinois, so maybe not.
We can all hope so. Some of us are hoping he pulls a Harsin.
:lol: Pacific Northwest again, could be. Fingers crossed.


Btw, Cheatin' Michigan wasn't the only sucky stompin' last weekend.

FCS Championship, Sunday, January 7, 2024
Montana (13-2) 3, South Dakota State (15-0, -14.5) 23
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GoCubsGo wrote:
Mon Jan 08, 2024 10:59 pm
Vrede too wrote:
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Cheaters do prosper :(
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Introducing your next coach of the Chicago Bears....
:lol: You've dodged a bullet. I know that I would have instantly become anti-Bears.
Sources: Chargers first to meet with Jim Harbaugh about vacancy

The Jim Harbaugh derby for NFL teams is about to heat up.

The Los Angeles Chargers are set to be the first NFL team to meet with Harbaugh about their head-coaching vacancy, according to ESPN and multiple reports.
I approve, Cheatin' Jim and the LA Traitors deserve each other.

Atlanta :thumbup: , Carolina :puke-left: :puke-left: , Las Vegas :thumbdown: , Seattle :puke-left: :puke-left: , Tennessee :thumbup: and Washington :puke-left: also have openings....
Go Falcons
Go Titans

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Probably add Cowboys to that list.

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O Really wrote:
Mon Jan 15, 2024 11:19 am
Probably add Cowboys to that list.
:lol: Fins too?

A sure sign that you may be correct:
Dak Prescott backs Mike McCarthy as Jerry Jones mum on coach's future
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... Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones, now 81 and a 28th season removed from the franchise's last Super Bowl appearance ...

... Jones said. "... 'Do we get to play here again next week?' And we can't. That could have happened by a point or it could have happened the way it happened out there...."

McCarthy has one more year left on his contract. He is 42-25 in four regular seasons with the Cowboys, including three straight 12-win campaigns and NFC East titles in 2021 and 2023. But he has just one playoff victory ...
<sniff> Those are beautiful passages :twisted:

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O Really wrote:
Mon Jan 15, 2024 11:19 am
Probably add Cowboys to that list.
McCarthy survived, barely.

Miami TE Cam McCormick granted ninth year of eligibility

... McCormick, who began his career at Oregon in 2016, missed significant parts of four different seasons due to injury, which along with his redshirt year and the COVID year of 2020 allowed him to petition the NCAA for an unprecedented ninth season of eligibility....

McCormick, 25, was originally a three-star prospect out of Bend, Oregon. He was part of the 2016 signing class at Oregon that included QB Justin Herbert, and a national class that included Nick Bosa, Ed Oliver, Rashan Gary and Jalen Hurts -- all now established NFL veterans....

The ninth-year waiver was approved by the ACC, and McCormick said it was an easy decision to return, noting that his goal is to play in the NFL and, "I want to say I gave it my best opportunity and best shot." ...
Good for him! If the NFL doesn't work out he'll be eligible for Social Security ;)


ACC court filing accuses FSU of breach of contract, seeks damages

I have no clue about the issues involved, but GoACCGo. Fuck off, FSU :D

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billy.pilgrim wrote:
Tue Dec 26, 2023 3:57 pm
... The last time we played - wow, what a game - close all the way

Auburn’s
Tommy Agee - Big Train - 219 yards
Lionel James - Little Train - 115 yards
Bo Jackson - Bo - 105 yards ...
ICYMI:

Bo Jackson awarded $21 million in Georgia blackmail, stalking case

Good for Bo, but still a sad family situation.

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