FBS Week 11 upsets

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  1. thievaryx

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    FBS Week 11 upsets

    I'm gonna go on record and call a few upsets:

    #16 Utah over #4 TCU

    Notre Dame over #12 Pitt

    Stanford over #9 USC

    #11 Ohio State over #10 Iowa (Ok, I'm really pushing it here, thats not an upset) :D
     
  2. BDSDIGITAL

    BDSDIGITAL One Time for your Mind

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    I think Notre Dame will lose by 20 or more.
     
  3. thievaryx

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    Nah, they got embarrassed by Navy last week... it can't get any worse for them...

    The team will play with nothing to lose (the players, Weis has plenty to lose) and PITT has plenty on the line.
     
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    I can see Stanford over USC.

    TCU/Utah should be a great game.
     
  5. thievaryx

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    Stanford is really playing some good, tough football these days. Smashmouth.

    They are improving steadily.
     
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    Stanford up 42-21 on USC... easy call... could see this one coming from a mile away.
     
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    -UCF Knocked off #15 Houston.

    - How About Stanford ripping USC a new one!!

    - The Ole Miss everyone was expecting in at the start of the year showed face today
     
  8. GoGators

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    Stanford ripping USC was awesome!!!
     
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    TCU has opened up against Utah

    UNC upset #12 Miami

    LA Tech is trailing LSU 17-13 midway through the 4th...:eek:
     
  10. BDSDIGITAL

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    And say good night to Notre Dame.

    The Buckeyes are Big 10 champs once again....see ya at the Rose Bowl!
     
  11. H22APWRD94

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    You have to admit, you were surprised by Iowa's performance. Great game, sucks somebody had to lose.

    Mike
     
  12. thievaryx

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    Oh how far the mighty have fallen...

    Weis just stood up off the hot seat and is now sitting in the electric chair... and its a shame because he truly works his ass off and loves ND, but the scoreboard week in and week out says it's time to move on.
     
  13. NDCOLTS1979

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    Well to bad Big ten is going to get embarrassed in the rose bowl
     
  14. H22APWRD94

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    ND, you think Iowa with Stanzi would have a better chance?

    Mike
     
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    I only watched from the about half way into 3rd quarter (at work for first 2 1/2 quarters) but it was not a great game. Both coaches should be embarrassed about the play calling at the end of the game. Tressel's team won so he'll catch less heat, Ferenz decision to play for OT was shocking. The Iowa QB just torched OSU's D and all they needed was a field goal.

    I'm glad Ohio State won but I don't think we could beat any Pac-10 teams if we play like this in the Rose Bowl. Tressel needs to stop with his run-run-short pass-punt game plan. I thought they finally learned this lesson in Penn State game. Posey is capable of making big plays, as are Small, Thomas and Sanzenbacher.

    Bottom line, Ohio State played like a team afraid to lose, not one that was expecting to win. They were two touchdown favorites but needed OT to beat an average Iowa team coming off a loss to Northwestern.
     

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