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Auburn is 25th. Did they even outscore their opponents this year? I know they lost by 28, 35, 24, 30ish, and 14 this year. The team to beat them by 14 is going to a BCS bowl.
Hey hey, don't be hatin'. We lose in style. By the way, Auburn vs Virginia in the Chik-Fil-A bowl. I'm already yawning at this one.
You could do the world a favor and go, then organize beating the aMm out of every holier-than-thou UVA grad you find. I figure that's only about 94% of the people who will show up cheering for them.
I didn't realize they were such a "proper" crowd. It seems though that I have heard this elsewhere the last time Auburn played Virginia. Do they bring silverware to a tailgate?
They will let you know their school was founded by Jefferson (as in author Dec of Ind and POTUS 3)
I hear he owned slaves...keep this hur tho.
To "tailgate" implies one would eat in their vehicle, which is of course what the chauffeur does.
They will let you know their school was founded by Jefferson.....Sniff.
Mark Schlabach8. Champs Sports BowlFlorida State vs. Notre DameDec. 29, 5:30 p.m. ET (ESPN)The two traditional heavyweights had disappointing records after entering the 2011 season with very high expectations. But both schools have storied traditions and have enough young talent to enter 2012 as BCS contenders. FSU won six of its last seven games; the Irish won four of their last five. The winner of this game gets a top-three preseason ranking. That last part kind of struck me as a WTF.
"Everybody is just very tired of the BCS," Petersen said. "I think that's the bottom line. Everybody is frustrated. Everybody doesn't really know what to do anymore. It doesn't make sense to anybody. I don't think anybody is happy anywhere. The whole thing needs to be changed, there's no question about it," he said. " ... I think (change) is coming, I really do.""
I see Boise's Chris Petersen is already whining. Their one "signature" win is Georgia in the first game of the year. No doubt ESPN will chime in with agreement.
I like Reece Davis most of the time, but he rarely has to give an opinion on anything. Maybe that's why I like him.
He says he doesnt think anybodys happy, the SEC is fairly happy I would think.
Um, no? Those stupid BCS rules are keeping more SEC teams out of the BCS bowls.
Would seem to make more sense to me if the top 10 in the BCS got BCS bowls, regardless of conference affiliation. Top 1 and 2 play each other, then matchup the others as well as possible. As it is, the qualification criteria is so screwed up that you get a West Virginia and Clemson in one BCS bowl and a Virginia Tech-Michigan matchup in another.Prestigous BCS bowls, indeed.
I am not claiming I am right, I am saying I don't get it.
Great job New Orleans. http://www.hokiesports.com/football/recaps/20111212aaa.htmlBLACKSBURG - The Virginia Tech Athletics Department announced today that it has sold 9,337 of its 17,500 tickets to the 2012 Allstate Sugar Bowl. Over the years, Virginia Tech has earned the reputation of being a football program that enjoys a strong following to bowl games. In order to maintain that recognition, the Athletics Department is asking Hokie fans that cannot make this year’s Allstate Sugar Bowl to consider purchasing proxy tickets. Tech Director of Athletics Jim Weaver, head football coach Frank Beamer, and the entire football coaching staff, will each be purchasing a pair of proxy tickets in order to support this initiative.All proxy tickets will be distributed to military and charitable organizations. To order your proxy tickets, please log on to www.hokietickets.com or call the Athletics Ticket Office at (540) 231-6731 or 1-800 VA TECH4 (828-3244).
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