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    AWESOME GAME!!! This kind of game reminds of why I love college football and why it's so much better than the pros. They have so much passion and desire that most of the pros just don't have. Also the college stadium atmosphere is so much more intense in these kind of games.
    Curtis Chenoweth
    wannabe national champ headed to a new home:walkman:

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    Guess we'll be chalking the Cal Bears up as the new #1 team in the land. It'll be interesting to see if they can stay perfect up until the HUGE match up at the end of the season with USC.

    How 'bout those South Florida boys?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JensenS View Post
    Guess we'll be chalking the Cal Bears up as the new #1 team in the land.
    Not so fast!
    Super 32 Challenge - October 26-27, 2013

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    Make that the Ohio State Buckeyes!

    How 'bout them South Florida boys...

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    This is coming from a die hard Ohio State fan.

    South Florida deserves to be #1 more than Ohio State. With a win at Auburn and a win over WVU, they've played some good teams so far. Not something you can say about OSU. OSU's schedule is backloaded for sure, so we'll see how good this team is when they head to PSU in a couple of weeks. OSU has lost 5 of 7 at Happy Valley so the bucks need to win that one at night to prove they belong in the discussion of best teams in the country.


    BTW, it was nice to see the Kentucky fans rush the field when they actually beat LSU. As opposed to the last time LSU came to Lexington and they rushed the field and tried to tear down goalposts in a loss. That was by far the funniest thing I've seen in college football.

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