SH College Gameday: S1 CCG Special

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  1. Cimmy24

    Cimmy24 Candy Ass Self

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    SH College Gameday: S1 CCG Special

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    Conference Championship Edition
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    Welcome college football fans to College Gameday's Conference Championship Game special! Coming to you live from the Georgia Dome in Atlanta, site of the SEC Championship game between the Bayou Bengals of LSU, and the cinderella story, that is the Kentucky Wildcats. Both these teams have had their bit of magic this season, but none as much as the Wildcats. Kentucky was not on anyone's list to be here, but they defied all and are knocking on the door to the Georgia Dome. LSU had a team filled with question marks, and had to fight for their ticket against the defending SEC and National Championship Crimson Tide. They answered those questions, and took down the giant in Alabama, and they are here, ready to represent West. We will preview this game, and what these teams did to get here, and much more. Let's take a look at the BCS Standings, as the final games of the season are being played out.

    BCS Top 10
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    2 [​IMG] Ohio St 11-1 (8-0)
    3 [​IMG] Alabama 11-1 (7-1)
    4 [​IMG] Michigan 11-1 (7-1)
    5 [​IMG] TCU 11-1 (8-0)
    6 [​IMG] Texas 10-2 (8-0)
    7 [​IMG] LSU 10-2 (8-0)
    8 [​IMG] Miami 10-2 (6-2)
    9 [​IMG] Iowa 10-2 (6-2)
    10 [​IMG] Kentucky 11-1 (7-1)

    The BCS Standings are what decide who plays for the crystal ball at seasons end, and the way it is shaping up, Boise St will finally get their shot. They needed to maintain an undefeated season and they did just that. They jumped the Ohio State Buckeyes in the polls, but OSU should be headed to the National Championship game. Alabama is at #3 and is not in the SEC Championship game. This SEC Championship game could be the first in recent memory that does not decide a participant in the National Championship game. The stage is set for the SEC, BigXII among others, but we have already crowned conference champions. The Big10 Championship this year, goes to the Ohio State Buckeyes, who defeated the Michigan Wolverines in "The Game" to clinch the hardware.

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    Ohio State Buckeyes 11-1 (8-0)

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    The Ohio State Buckeyes walk away with the trophy, and are headed to Pasadena, for the Grandaddy of them all. The Rose Bowl Game. They survived a tough schedule, with only one blemish on the season. A week 2 loss to Miami in Columbus. From there on, this team was driven by success. A big victory on the road against Texas started their glorious run to the Rose Bowl. A 22-10 win in Wisconsin didn't come easy, but they got it done. Rival Penn State came knocking on their door late in the season as the beginning of a tough 3-game stretch, but the Buckeyes silenced the Lion faithful with a 26-14 victory. Next, the Buckeyes traveled to Iowa to take on the Hawkeyes and their talented defense and running game. One of the seasons best games was won by Ohio State, by a final of 23-20. Finally, "The Game" against Michigan in Columbus. This one was to decide the Big 10's Champion, and Ohio State proved they deserved it. Obliterating Michigan 41-16 and punching their ticket to Pasadena, to face the Trojans of USC. Congratulations Ohio State, you are the 2010 Big 10 Champions.

    Ohio State earns the Big 10 crown, and the SEC Championship game is set, but before we get to that, let's take a look at another conference championship game that has it's own surprise power.

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    The Missouri Tigers started their season 1-4, and all their dreams of making it to the BigXII Championship game seemed over. This team didn't give up, and knew what they had to do in conference, and they did exactly that. A 27-22 win over Oklahoma started the magical run to Arlington. The next week, they took down Nebraska 38-34 and the momentum built. A string of impressive wins over the next four weeks by a combined score of 175-70, secured their spot in the game. Led by QB Blaine Gabbert, this team is fueled to continue knocking of monsters. The monster that stands in their way, the mammoth known as Texas. The Longhorns impressed all with their 10-2 (8-0) record to find their way to Arlington. QB Garrett Gilbert did enough to get them here undefeated in conference, and HB Newton put on a 9 touchdown performance. With two losses early in the season, Texas knew their dreams of a National Championship appearance for the second straight year were all but terminated. After losing to Ohio State and Kentucky, they took care of Oklahoma and Nebraska. They finished off Oklahoma St and rival Texas A&M. They proved to be the best team in Texas yet again, knocking off Tech and Baylor along the way. They are here, and they are the favorites to take the BigXII Crown. My Pick: Texas 42-31

    Here we are folks! It is time to breakdown these two teams in the SEC. Kentucky had a season to remember, despite the outcome in this football game. An impressive 11-1 record, with 1 loss in conference at the hands of Georgia. They knocked off Texas, Florida, Auburn, Tennessee, and Nebraska on their way here to Atlanta. WR Randall Cobb was the player of the year for this team with 39 receptions for 915 yards and 8 TDs, averaging 23.5 yards a catch. This Kentucky team is ready to take on the Tigers of LSU. The Tigers had a great season as well. They started off with tough losses to North Carolina and Nebraska, but were fueled in conference play. Going undefeated in the SEC is spectacular. They took care of Tennessee, Florida, Auburn, Alabama, Ole Miss, and Arkansas, in that order. As well as talented Georgia Tech and Baylor teams. WR Terrance Toliver led this team with 33 receptions for 915 yards and 10 TDs, 27.7 yards per reception. The defense played the kind of football you usually see out of LSU, led by Sheppard with 59 tackles. These two teams are for real. Each with breakout WRs and tough defense. They both have their weaknesses that can be taken advantage of. With two coaches that will meet on the gridiron for the first time in league play, this matchup has the makings of being an instant classic! Who do I think will win? Well...let me tell you...every good story, comes to an end...











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  2. jca312

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    I believe Ohio State is going to the BCS Championship Game, Bama doesn't have anymore games and Texas is back at #6, the closest team behind Ohio State in the BCS Rankings playing during Championship Week.
     
  3. Cimmy24

    Cimmy24 Candy Ass Self

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    Agreed, but a big Texas win and anything can happen with EA. LSU did fall from 4 to 7 in one week
     
  4. KnightNoles

    KnightNoles Learn to Compete

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  5. Cimmy24

    Cimmy24 Candy Ass Self

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    *Adding fuel to the fire*
     
  6. Ryty

    Ryty Over the Cap

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    Nice write-up.

    As long as Texas doesn't jump me (it could happen), I'm definitely looking forward to bringing home a NC for the Big Ten Conference!
     
  7. controllerabuser

    controllerabuser Purple People Eaters

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    That's weak, how did I drop from 4 to 7!
     
  8. T2

    T2 Smarter than your average bear!

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    Boise State FTW!
     
  9. controllerabuser

    controllerabuser Purple People Eaters

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    How good is Boise, Tracy? :D
     
  10. H22APWRD94

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    How did you drop from 4 to 7? Try a 6 point home field win against a 6-6 team. :D
     

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