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    And how about those GA DAWGS!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Unklescott;2582655;
    How about them Buckeyes! Pounded Northwestern 58 -7. I'm sure Ashley didn't enjoy her visit to Ann Arbor as Michigan upset the #10 Nittany Lions 14 - 9. My Michigan fan cooks will be gloating tomorrow but I'll take care of them real quick.

    Oh, Unk. To say that Penn State sucked on Saturday would be the understatement of the year. I showed up at the Big House decked out in all my Blue and White glory, expecting that my Nittany Lions would finally break their 8 game "lose to Michigan" streak. Morelli played terribly, and Austin Scott fumbles the ball if you look at him. I still won't admit that Michigan is a good team, because I don't think they are. I just think PSU stunk more than Michigan did. A Michigan fan asked me after the game how it felt to lose to the team that lost to Appalachian State. I asked him how it felt to be the team that actually lost to Appalachian State.

    So now that I'm home, I will say that Happy Valley isn't so happy. I hope the Buckeyes trample Michigan!

    The one bright point though is that Michigan STILL isn't ranked! Eat that Wolverines!
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    Football Rankings - Beginning of Week 5/End of Week 4 9/23/07

    AP Top 25
    1. USC (43) 3-0 1,601
    2. LSU (22) 4-0 1,580
    3. Oklahoma 4-0 1,456
    4. Florida 4-0 1,417
    5. West Virginia 4-0 1,388
    6. California 4-0 1,263
    7. Texas 4-0 1,196
    8. Ohio State 4-0 1,193
    9. Wisconsin 4-0 1,030
    10. Rutgers 3-0 1,008
    11. Oregon 4-0 944
    12. Boston College 4-0 927
    13. Clemson 4-0 807
    14. Kentucky 4-0 708
    15. Georgia 3-1 631
    16. South Carolina 3-1 586
    17. Virginia Tech 3-1 568
    18. South Florida 3-0 539
    19. Hawaii 4-0 471
    20. Missouri 4-0 401
    21. Penn State 3-1 337
    22. Alabama 3-1 265
    23. Arizona State 4-0 206
    24. Cincinnati 4-0 164
    25. Nebraska 3-1 134
    Others Receiving Votes
    Purdue 73, Miami (FL) 72, Michigan State 60, UCLA 27, Texas A&M 21, Michigan 21, Arkansas 10, Kansas 6, Florida State 5, UCF 4, Connecticut 3, Virginia 2, Tennessee 1.
    Dropped From Rankings
    Louisville 18, Texas A&M 20.


    USA Today Poll
    1. USC (44) 3-0 1,481
    2. LSU (8) 4-0 1,438
    3. Florida (4) 4-0 1,347
    4. Oklahoma (4) 4-0 1,336
    5. West Virginia 4-0 1,260
    6. California 4-0 1,137
    7. Texas 4-0 1,103
    8. Ohio State 4-0 1,092
    9. Wisconsin 4-0 1,026
    10. Rutgers 3-0 901
    11. Boston College 4-0 881
    12. Oregon 4-0 878
    13. Clemson 4-0 767
    14. Virginia Tech 3-1 585
    15. Kentucky 4-0 545
    16. Georgia 3-1 516
    17. Hawaii 4-0 479
    18. South Florida 3-0 451
    19. Penn State 3-1 397
    20. Missouri 4-0 369
    21. South Carolina 3-1 335
    22. Nebraska 3-1 209
    23. Michigan State 4-0 167
    24. Alabama 3-1 154
    25. Arizona State 4-0 151
    25. Purdue 4-0 151
    Others Receiving Votes
    Cincinnati 84, UCLA 69, Miami (FL) 52, Texas A&M 20, Kansas 20, Louisville 18, Boise State 18, Michigan 17, Georgia Tech 10, Florida State 8, Virginia 7, TCU 6, UCF 5, Tennessee 4, Iowa 3, Air Force 2, Mississippi State 1.
    Dropped From Rankings
    Texas A&M 16, Louisville 19.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AshleyPSU
    So now that I'm home, I will say that Happy Valley isn't so happy. I hope the Buckeyes trample Michigan!
    Oh they will, Ashley... they will! And I'll be right here with you laughing my patooshke off!

    Most critics agree with you that Michigan may have won, but didn't look good doing it. It'll take a few weeks of more convincing wins before they'd be ranked again. I'm hoping my Spartans beat them there.. but with the way we've been turning the ball over I'm not quite certain we're going to put up a good fight against Wisconsin next Saturday.

    And I'm happy to see that Louisville has been booted from the rankings after they cost me my football pool two weeks in a row. Jerks.

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    Newfherder -

    Sometimes you have to let them try, and fail (Michigan, anyone?). With experience, comes wisdom. They'll come back.

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    Re: College Football 2007

    Game day once again.

    Good luck to everyone's favorite teams. Except for Auburn who we play today.
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    First thing my hubbie said when he got up "college game day!" But being on the west coast it takes awhile before the games start

    Good luck to everyone's teams!

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    Quote Originally Posted by skyhigh79;2591898;
    First thing my hubbie said when he got up "college game day!" But being on the west coast it takes awhile before the games start

    Good luck to everyone's teams!

    Fight On!
    I just LOVE College game day. Get to wear my Gator Gear, get to make all kinds of great food (that I can't eat today, so will be eating soup while the family enjoys wings, but that's ok because football will be on and that will take my mind off what I'm eating. But only if we win!)
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    Ugh. My Nittany Lions lost to an unranked team. Again.

    Our quarterback, Anthony Morelli, is terrible. The usually stellar defense just can't hold up when they are on the field 75% of the game. This is going to be a long season.

    Unk, I don't even have the heart to razz you about the PSU/Ohio State game. I think you guys are going to steamroll us.
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    Ashley, if you need a quarterback we'll send you this guy.
    I'm surprised nobody posted this yet.
    ONN, Ohio News Now - News - Ohio State Player Arrested For Soliciting
    Ohio State Player Arrested For Soliciting
    Sep 25 2007 9:22AM

    COLUMBUS, Ohio - An Ohio State football player who was arrested and charged with soliciting an undercover officer for sex was released from jail on Tuesday afternoon after posting a $2,500 bond.

    Freshman reserve quarterback Antonio Henton (pictured, right) was arrested Monday at about 8:30 p.m. near Sixth Avenue and High Street during an undercover police operation, 10TV's Cara Connelly reported.

    A Columbus police sergeant who was part of the sting operation said Henton was one of 11 people - six men and five women - who were taken into custody on Monday night, Connelly reported.

    "We were working an operation that involved undercover female officers that portrayed the role of prostitutes," the sergeant said.

    According to court records, Henton, 20, allegedly pulled his car alongside an undercover officer and offered her $20 for sex, 10TV News reported.

    The sergeant said officers involved in the operation identified Henton immediately after his arrest.

    "One of the officers that made the stop on him from the cruiser that follows Ohio State football knew immediately who he was," the sergeant said. "He seemed very remorseful."

    After spending the night at the Jackson Pike Detention Facility, Henton made his first appearance in Franklin County Municipal Court where he pleaded not guilty to the charges against him.

    Henton did not speak during his appearance on Tuesday morning, and kept his head down while Judge Amy Selerno spoke to him.

    "I as well as many fans and graduates of Ohio State University are very disappointed to see you today here in my courtroom," she said.

    Henton later posted bond was released at about 3 p.m., 10TV News reported.

    Following the hearing, The Ohio State University announced that Henton would not travel to Minnesota for Saturday's game against the Gophers.

    Head coach Jim Tressel said Henton's arrest was a disappointment.

    "It's a great disappointment for our Buckeye football family, and we are very concerned for Antonio," Tressel said. "We want to help him utilize any available resources, including counseling, to deal with any problems and seek solutions. Antonio is keenly aware of the standard we have for ourselves, and that makes this even more disappointing."

    Tressel also said that Henton would be suspended indefinitely from athletic privileges.

    A native of Fort Valley, Ga., Henton competed for the starting quarterback job throughout spring and fall football camp, and saw game action this past Saturday during the Buckeyes' 58-7 win over Northwestern.

    So far this season, Henton completed six passes for 57 yards, including a touchdown pass in the season opener against Youngstown State.

    Henton, whose style at quarterback was compared to that of Heisman Trophy winner Troy Smith, also carried the football nine times for 41 yards.

    Stay with 10TV News and 10TV.com for additional information
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