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    Auburn plucked and fried the SC Gamecocks 56-17.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arielflies;4120210;
    "quack! quack!" See you Auburn in Arizona! Both played fairly close games today - sort of. And the bonus is that Oregon won the Civil War. So sorry Oregon State - NOT!
    Go Ducks!!! Can't wait for the Championship game - our first ever

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    YAY ! ! ! DAWGS ! ! ! !

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    The last set of rankings for the season are out (the 2 polls other than the BCS). The Bowl Selection Show is on tonight at 8:15pm. I believe the last BCS will be officially announced then. The projections for major bowls are: Oregon vs. Auburn for the National Championship, Arkansas vs. Ohio State in the Sugar Bowl, Wisconsin vs. TCU in the Rose Bowl, Virginia Tech vs. Stanford/Connecticut in the Orange Bowl, and Oklahoma vs. Stanford/Connecticut in the Fiesta Bowl.

    2010 NCAA Football Rankings - Week 15 (Dec. 5)

    AP Top 25
    RK TEAM RECORD PTS
    1 Auburn (36) 13-0 1473
    2 Oregon (23) 12-0 1462
    3 TCU (1) 12-0 1379
    4 Wisconsin 11-1 1289
    5 Stanford 11-1 1283
    6 Ohio State 11-1 1179
    7 Michigan State 11-1 1101
    8 Arkansas 10-2 1085
    9 Oklahoma 11-2 976
    10 Boise State 11-1 932
    11 LSU 10-2 863
    12 Virginia Tech 11-2 817
    13 Nevada 12-1 759
    14 Missouri 10-2 705
    15 Alabama 9-3 628
    16 Oklahoma State 10-2 622
    17 Nebraska 10-3 608
    18 Texas A&M 9-3 601
    19 South Carolina 9-4 332
    20 Utah 10-2 312
    21 Mississippi State 8-4 288
    22 West Virginia 9-3 283
    23 Florida State 9-4 188
    24 Hawaii 10-3 111
    25 Connecticut 8-4 74

    USA Today Poll
    RK TEAM RECORD PTS
    1 Oregon (34) 12-0 1450
    2 Auburn (24) 13-0 1437
    3 TCU (1) 12-0 1348
    4 Wisconsin 11-1 1276
    5 Stanford 11-1 1239
    6 Ohio State 11-1 1200
    7 Michigan State 11-1 1104
    8 Arkansas 10-2 1008
    8 Oklahoma 11-2 1008
    10 Boise State 11-1 914
    11 Virginia Tech 11-2 900
    12 LSU 10-2 826
    13 Oklahoma State 10-2 718
    14 Missouri 10-2 712
    15 Nevada 12-1 640
    16 Nebraska 10-3 607
    17 Texas A&M 9-3 542
    18 Alabama 9-3 521
    19 Utah 10-2 375
    20 South Carolina 9-4 345
    21 West Virginia 9-3 261
    22 Mississippi State 8-4 255
    23 Florida State 9-4 156
    24 UCF 10-3 143
    25 Hawaii 10-3 98

    2010 NCAA College Football Polls and Rankings for Week 15 - ESPN


    Myrosiedog- It appears Penn State and Florida are projected to play each other in the Outback Bowl.
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    Quote Originally Posted by razorbacker;4115743;
    Hey Unk, Prepare to take a beat down in the Sugar Bowl!
    Y'all are all invited to a hog roast Jan. 4th in the Superdome!


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    My favorite college team, Boise State, is playing a bowl game in my back yard (Las Vegas, NV). However, I'll be in another state visiting family. That's okay...I think I'll get a t-shirt online.

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    Urban Meyer is stepping down as Florida's head coach. Maybe he just found out he wasn't getting paid as much as Auburn's quarterback?

    It’s official: Urban Meyer resigns as Gators coach
    Posted by John Taylor on December 8, 2010, 2:31 PM EST

    Just as quickly as the reports surfaced, they’ve become official.

    Urban Meyer has stepped down as Florida’s head coach.

    According to the school’s official website, Meyer informed athletic director Jeremy Foley over the weekend that, for the second straight December, he was again contemplating retiring/resigning. The two most powerful men in UF athletics finalized Meyer’s plans Tuesday, and Meyer informed the team of his decision today. A 6 p.m. press conference will be held to speak publicly on yet another stunning arc in the coach’s career.

    And, based on Meyer’s own words in a press release, it appears the 46-year-old coach is — again — retiring from coaching altogether in order to spend more time with his children.

    “I have been a Division I football coach for the last 25 years and, during that time, my primary focus has been helping my teams win titles,” Meyer said. “I have thoroughly enjoyed every minute of it, and I am a fierce competitor to my core. At this time in my life, however, I appreciate the sacrifices my 24/7 profession has demanded of me, and I know it is time to put my focus on my family and life away from the field. The decision to step down was a difficult one.

    “But after spending more than two decades motivating and celebrating the young men I’ve been so proud to coach, I relish the opportunity to cheer for my three terrific kids as they compete in their own respective sports. I know how fortunate I am to be in a position to make this choice and to have a family that is as loving and supportive as my amazing wife and children have always been.

    “I am enormously grateful to the University of Florida and our tremendous fans for giving me the incredible opportunity to lead the football program. The support provided by school president Bernie Machen and athletic director Jeremy Foley has been an invaluable part of all that we have been able to accomplish over the last six years I have exceptional regard for my coaching staff who have always shared my passionate commitment to winning and to guiding the development of the young men of Florida football.

    “Most important, I will be forever grateful to the student-athletes I have had the honor to coach and from whom I have learned so much. I will profoundly miss coming to campus every day to coach this team, but I will always be a Gator at heart, and I am confident that the program will continue to reflect the highest ideals of the University of Florida and collegiate sports.”

    Assuming he doesn’t have another Favrian change of heart, Meyer will finish his career — pending the outcome of the Gators’ postseason game; he’ll coach his team one final time in the Outback Bowl — in Gainesville with a 64-15 record and two national titles. Overall, he’s 103-23 as a head coach when stops at Utah and Bowling Green are included.

    As for a replacement, it would seem to be a matter of when, not if, former UF offensive coordinator and current Mississippi State head coach Dan Mullen is introduced as Meyer’s successor.
    It’s official: Urban Meyer resigns as Gators coach | CollegeFootballTalk
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    I wonder if he's in the mix for the Denver Broncos head coaching job. It would reunite him with Tim Tebow and they had alot of success together. I think that would be great.

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    I knew this was coming ever since we played SC. His heart has not been in it this year and he made some huge coaching mistakes in the SC game. I said that night: He's going to resign at the end of the season and this time they are going to let him.

    Would like to see Dan Mullen come back from Mississippi state and take the head coach spot. He did well as offensive coach under Meyer.

    Just NOT Jon Gruden. His name was bounced around for Miami's head coach opening.

    If Meyer continues coaching, it might be nice to see him in Denver. Read an article yesterday that said whoever takes Denver will likely cut Tebow, but not if it's Meyer.
    I really don't think he'll coach again. I think he's done.

    Well dayum, have to break in a new coach AGAIN.

    Wish I could go to the Outback bowl in Tampa and see Meyer one last time.
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    I bet Meyer will take a break for several years ala Dick Vermeil and then go back to coaching for at least a few years. In the meantime, I expect to see him on my tv as an analyst of some sort.
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