Friday morning buffet

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9 responses to “Friday morning buffet

  1. Ward Eagle

    AU here…Disagree on Julio Jones. Maybe overhyped (who isn’t in this day & age), but not overrated.

    He has everything: size, speed, hands.

  2. Mayor of Dawgtown

    2010 looks a lot more like 2002 than 2001 t0 me.

  3. Normaltown Mike

    Senator, I beg to differ on Hamilton. He is merely giving the Vols what they want.

    As Socrates said “know thyself”.

  4. mb

    Based on my scoring system (happy to discuss if anyone cares), here are the 25 Worst BCS Teams of the Decade.

    Worst 25 Single Season Teams 2000-2009
    Performance
    Rank Year Team Points
    1 2001 Rutgers (2-9) 44.0
    2 2001 Duke (0-11) 46.6
    3 2006 Duke (0-12) 47.5
    4 2000 Duke (0-11) 47.9
    5 2002 Rutgers (1-11) 48.1
    6 2000 Wake (2-9) 51.6
    7 2005 Duke (1-10) 52.7
    8 2002 Kansas (2-10) 52.7
    9 2008 Washington St (2-11) 53.7
    10 2000 Baylor (2-9) 53.8
    11 2003 Temple (1-11) 54.4
    12 2003 Baylor (3-9) 54.6
    13 2009 Washington St (1-11) 55.2
    14 2008 Washington (0-12) 55.2
    15 2003 Indiana (2-10) 55.4
    16 2000 Rutgers (3-8) 55.4
    17 2007 Minnesota (1-11) 55.7
    18 2002 Baylor (3-9) 55.9
    19 2008 Indiana (3-9) 56.2
    20 2003 Illinois (1-11) 56.5
    21 2001 Cal (1-10) 56.5
    22 2005 Syracuse (1-10) 57.1
    23 2001 Vanderbilt (2-9) 57.2
    24 2007 Syracuse (2-10) 57.6
    25 2007 Duke (1-11) 57.7

  5. Mayor of Dawgtown

    It is easy now to forget that a scant number of years ago Washington State University had one of the best football programs in the west. A regular contender for the PAC-10 Championship they played in the Rose Bowl in 1998 and 2003. That all changed when Bama stole their coach and then fired him without allowing him to coach even one game. I will not go into where the equities should fall about that. However, it is clear that the real losers from that episode are the faculty, students, players and fans of Washington State University. I doubt that there were very many WSU fans pulling for Bama in the BCSNC game last year and I suspect not many will be wishing the Tide success in the upcoming season, either.