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    Re: College Football 2007

    Quote Originally Posted by Newfherder;2555122;
    Way to go, Appalachian State!





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    Re: College Football 2007

    Quote Originally Posted by Broadway;2555318;
    I think it was the first time a former Division 1-AA beat a team of the caliber of Michigan.
    I still hate CrApp State and always will. It will make it even sweeter when my team goes to Boone and beats them this year.

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    Re: College Football 2007

    I suspect that most of us who are celebrating Appalachian State's win are doing it more for the dislike of Michigan than out of any affection for Appalachian State

    For whom do you root?
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    Re: College Football 2007

    I am a Georgia Southern fan and CrApp State is one of our biggest rivals. We are in the same conference.

    I don't care one way or another about Michigan.

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    ^^ then you ought to feel good because it has brought your conference a lot of attention.

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    Re: College Football 2007

    I'm not a football lover but I'm always thrilled to hear of an underdog beating someone so I was thrilled with Appalachian State!

    2 out of 3 were happy in my family yesterday....my mom/brother for Auburn, my SO for Alabama but my son is for Tennessee and he wasn't happy! Football season has just started and I'm already wishing it was over with!
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    Re: College Football 2007

    So happy that my school (USC) won their opening game!

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    Re: College Football 2007

    NCAA Football Rankings - Week 2


    AP Top 25
    1. USC (59) 1-0 1,619
    2. LSU (5) 1-0 1,542
    3. West Virginia (1) 1-0 1,449
    4. Florida 1-0 1,346
    5. Oklahoma 1-0 1,275
    5. Wisconsin 1-0 1,275
    7. Texas 1-0 1,221
    8. Louisville 1-0 1,152
    9. Virginia Tech 1-0 1,085
    10. California 1-0 1,080
    11. Georgia 1-0 959
    12. Ohio State 1-0 940
    13. UCLA 1-0 736
    14. Penn State 1-0 662
    15. Rutgers 1-0 659
    16. Nebraska 1-0 541
    17. Auburn 1-0 519
    18. Arkansas 1-0 450
    19. TCU 1-0 384
    20. Hawaii 1-0 335
    21. Georgia Tech 1-0 278
    22. Boise State 1-0 267
    23. Texas A&M 1-0 217
    24. Tennessee 0-1 210
    25. Clemson 1-0 195
    Others Receiving Votes
    Boston College 126, Missouri 116, Miami (FL) 91, Oregon 90, Alabama 74, Oregon State 41, South Carolina 39, Michigan 39, Brigham Young 27, South Florida 27, Florida State 22, Arizona State 19, Southern Miss 9, Wake Forest 7, Washington 1, Kansas 1.
    Dropped From Rankings
    Michigan 5, Florida State 19.


    USA Today Poll
    1. USC (49) 1-0 1,486
    2. LSU (4) 1-0 1,417
    3. Florida (7) 1-0 1,341
    4. West Virginia 1-0 1,275
    5. Wisconsin 1-0 1,183
    6. Oklahoma 1-0 1,146
    7. Texas 1-0 1,136
    8. Louisville 1-0 995
    9. Virginia Tech 1-0 988
    10. California 1-0 985
    11. Ohio State 1-0 977
    12. Georgia 1-0 796
    13. Auburn 1-0 644
    14. UCLA 1-0 607
    15. Penn State 1-0 585
    16. Rutgers 1-0 576
    17. Nebraska 1-0 512
    18. Arkansas 1-0 455
    19. TCU 1-0 351
    20. Boise State 1-0 315
    21. Georgia Tech 1-0 311
    22. Hawaii 1-0 269
    23. Texas A&M 1-0 214
    24. Tennessee 0-1 162
    25. Boston College 1-0 153
    Others Receiving Votes
    Clemson 145, Michigan 132, Miami (FL) 61, Brigham Young 49, Oregon 41, South Carolina 34, Missouri 29, TEXASTECH 25, Oregon State 24, Alabama 21, South Florida 20, Southern Miss 16, Florida State 14, Kentucky 4, Arizona State 3, Iowa 1, Wake Forest 1, Washington 1.
    Dropped From Rankings
    Michigan 5, Florida State 21.

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    Re: College Football 2007

    My 'Noles lost last night to Clemson. Though at least they looked better in the 2nd half and made it close at the end-- 1st half was just terrible.

    However, my UCF Knights beat NC State.

    Edit, for mods- Just saw the thread about notification for you guys when hotlinking images from your own site in the Announcements forum; in my posts I'll occasionally link smilies like the one above-- they are linked from pakasdollmaker.com, which is my own domain.
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    Re: College Football 2007

    I didn't think Michigan would get completely dumped from the polls. Slapped silly, yes, but not dumped. They are, after all, Michigan (yes, that means something), and Saturday's aberration is unlikely to be repeated any time soon.
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