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Re: College Football 2003
« Reply #30 on: December 13, 2003, 11:14 PM »
Ladies and gentlemen, your 2003 Heisman winner:



Congrats Jason White and the Oklahoma Sooners!  Beat LSU!

(And Michigan, beat USC!)   :D

« Last Edit: December 13, 2003, 11:21 PM by Virex »

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Re: College Football 2003
« Reply #31 on: December 16, 2003, 11:29 PM »
The Bowl Schedule (all times Eastern):

BCS bowls:
  • Nokia Sugar - Oklahoma Vs. LSU - Jan. 4, 8:00, ABC
  • Tostitos Fiesta - Kansas St. Vs. Ohio St. - Jan. 2, 8:00, ABC
  • FedEx Orange - Miami Vs. Florida St. - Jan. 1, 8:30, ABC
  • Rose - USC Vs. Michigan - Jan. 1, 4:30, ABC
Other bowls:

  • Humanitarian - Tulsa Vs. Georgia Tech - Jan. 3, Noon, ESPN
  • Chick-fil-A Peach - Tennessee Vs. Clemson - Jan. 2, 4:30, ESPN
  • SBC Cotton - Mississippi Vs. Oklahoma St. - Jan. 2, 2:00, Fox
  • Capital One - Georgia Vs. Purdue - Jan. 1, 1:00, ABC
  • Toyota Gator - Maryland Vs. West Virginia - Jan. 1, 12:30, NBC
  • Outback - Florida Vs. Iowa - Jan. 1, 11:00 AM, ESPN
  • Diamond Walnut San Francisco - Colorado St. Vs Boston College - Dec. 31, 10:30, ESPN 2
  • MainStay Independence - Missouri Vs. Arkansas - Dec. 31, 7:30, ESPN
  • AXA Liberty - Utah Vs. Southern Miss - Dec. 31, 3:30, ESPN
  • Wells Fargo Sun - Oregon Vs. Minnesota - Dec. 31, 2:00, CBS
  • Gaylord Hotels Music City - Auburn Vs. Wisconsin - Dec. 31, noon, ESPN
  • Silicon Valley Football Classic - UCLA Vs. Fresno St. - Dec. 30, 10:30, ESPN 2
  • Pacific Life Holiday - Texas Vs. Washington St. - Dec. 30, 8:00, ESPN
  • EV1.net Houston - Navy Vs. Texas Tech - Dec. 30, 4:30, ESPN
  • MasterCard Alamo - Nebraska Vs. Michigan St. - Dec. 29, 9:00, ESPN
  • Continental Tire - Pittsburgh Vs. Virginia - Dec. 27, 11:00 AM, ESPN 2
  • Insight - Virginia Tech Vs. California - Dec. 26, 8:30, ESPN
  • Motor City - Northwestern Vs. Bowling Green - Dec. 26, 5:00, ESPN
  • Sheraton Hawaii - Hawaii Vs. Houston - Dec. 25, 8:00, ESPN
  • Las Vegas - New Mexico Vs. Oregon St. - Dec. 24, 7:30, ESPN
  • PlainsCapital Fort Worth - Boise St. Vs. TCU - Dec. 23, 7:30, ESPN
  • Mazda Tangerine - NC State Vs. Kansas - Dec. 22, 5:30, ESPN
  • GMAC - Louisville Vs. Miami (Ohio) - Dec. 18, 7:30, ESPN 2
  • New Orleans - Memphis Vs. North Texas - Dec. 16, 7:00, ESPN 2[/s]
http://www.ncaasports.com/football/mens/story/6902894

First bowl game of 2003-4 has come and gone, with Memphis beating North Texas 27-17.

Next up:  The GMAC bowl, with Louisville vs. Miami of Ohio, Thursday night at 7:30 Eastern on ESPN 2.

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Re: College Football 2003
« Reply #32 on: December 18, 2003, 11:40 PM »
The Bowl Schedule (all times Eastern):

BCS bowls:
  • Nokia Sugar - Oklahoma Vs. LSU - Jan. 4, 8:00, ABC
  • Tostitos Fiesta - Kansas St. Vs. Ohio St. - Jan. 2, 8:00, ABC
  • FedEx Orange - Miami Vs. Florida St. - Jan. 1, 8:30, ABC
  • Rose - USC Vs. Michigan - Jan. 1, 4:30, ABC
Other bowls:

  • Humanitarian - Tulsa Vs. Georgia Tech - Jan. 3, Noon, ESPN
  • Chick-fil-A Peach - Tennessee Vs. Clemson - Jan. 2, 4:30, ESPN
  • SBC Cotton - Mississippi Vs. Oklahoma St. - Jan. 2, 2:00, Fox
  • Capital One - Georgia Vs. Purdue - Jan. 1, 1:00, ABC
  • Toyota Gator - Maryland Vs. West Virginia - Jan. 1, 12:30, NBC
  • Outback - Florida Vs. Iowa - Jan. 1, 11:00 AM, ESPN
  • Diamond Walnut San Francisco - Colorado St. Vs Boston College - Dec. 31, 10:30, ESPN 2
  • MainStay Independence - Missouri Vs. Arkansas - Dec. 31, 7:30, ESPN
  • AXA Liberty - Utah Vs. Southern Miss - Dec. 31, 3:30, ESPN
  • Wells Fargo Sun - Oregon Vs. Minnesota - Dec. 31, 2:00, CBS
  • Gaylord Hotels Music City - Auburn Vs. Wisconsin - Dec. 31, noon, ESPN
  • Silicon Valley Football Classic - UCLA Vs. Fresno St. - Dec. 30, 10:30, ESPN 2
  • Pacific Life Holiday - Texas Vs. Washington St. - Dec. 30, 8:00, ESPN
  • EV1.net Houston - Navy Vs. Texas Tech - Dec. 30, 4:30, ESPN
  • MasterCard Alamo - Nebraska Vs. Michigan St. - Dec. 29, 9:00, ESPN
  • Continental Tire - Pittsburgh Vs. Virginia - Dec. 27, 11:00 AM, ESPN 2
  • Insight - Virginia Tech Vs. California - Dec. 26, 8:30, ESPN
  • Motor City - Northwestern Vs. Bowling Green - Dec. 26, 5:00, ESPN
  • Sheraton Hawaii - Hawaii Vs. Houston - Dec. 25, 8:00, ESPN
  • Las Vegas - New Mexico Vs. Oregon St. - Dec. 24, 7:30, ESPN
  • PlainsCapital Fort Worth - Boise St. Vs. TCU - Dec. 23, 7:30, ESPN
  • Mazda Tangerine - NC State Vs. Kansas - Dec. 22, 5:30, ESPN
  • GMAC - Louisville Vs. Miami (Ohio) - Dec. 18, 7:30, ESPN 2
  • New Orleans - Memphis Vs. North Texas - Dec. 16, 7:00, ESPN 2

GMAC Bowl - Miami of Ohio beat Louisville 49-28.

Next bowl:  The Tangerine, NC State vs. Kansas, next Monday night at 7:30 (Eastern) on ESPN2.

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Re: College Football 2003
« Reply #33 on: December 18, 2003, 11:41 PM »
Sweet, nailed that one, Go Miami of Ohio!!!

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Re: College Football 2003
« Reply #34 on: December 19, 2003, 12:41 AM »
Somebody wake me up when we get to December 30th.  Thanks.

Anxiously awaiting the Gaylord Bowl, I am...

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Re: College Football 2003
« Reply #35 on: December 19, 2003, 12:43 AM »
Anxiously awaiting the Gaylord Bowl, I am...

That thong/mud wrestling comment had me wondering, no I'm even more confused...Not that there's anything wrong with that

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Re: College Football 2003
« Reply #36 on: December 19, 2003, 12:49 AM »
Anxiously awaiting the Gaylord Bowl, I am...

Gaylord. . .  Focker?

Your name's Gay Focker?

. . .

Sorry.

The Gaylord family practically owns Oklahoma City.

I'd puke all over them, if given the chance.

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Re: College Football 2003
« Reply #37 on: December 19, 2003, 12:51 AM »
That thong/mud wrestling comment had me wondering, no I'm even more confused...Not that there's anything wrong with that

Back off Frodo!  I ain't gonna be no Samwise Gamgee...   :-X
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Re: College Football 2003
« Reply #38 on: December 31, 2003, 06:47 PM »
10-3...Beat some Ducks from Oregon today on a late FG...most wins since 1906...

DAMN Them losing to Michigan!  The Gophers might have been 12-1 right now but they blew it.  Most of the team is back and I think they have a legitimate shot at breaking the Top 10 next year.

M-I-N-N-E-S-O-T-A, MINNESOTA, MINNESOTA, Yaaaaaaaaaaaaaay GOPHERS!



OCB sidebar...those Duck uniforms are the UGLIEST things on the planet

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Re: College Football 2003
« Reply #39 on: January 2, 2004, 10:04 PM »
Ugh.  Kansas State is down 21-7 to The Ohio State University, heading into halftime.  

Man. . .  Pretty much every team I've wanted to win (or, needed to win, in Michigan's case) has lost so far.

The Big XII has sucked, sucked, sucked up to this point.  Only Texas Tech and Nebraska have won, while Kansas, Texas, Missouri, Oklahoma State have lost, and Kansas State is losing.  Hopefully OU will be able to redeem themselves (and the conference) on Sunday night--should be a good game.

Hats off to USC--they certainly deserve their share of the championship.  They looked great against Michigan last night.  

Oh, and go Tulsa Golden Hurricane tomorrow against Georgia Tech.  You always want your state teams to win.


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Re: College Football 2003
« Reply #40 on: January 3, 2004, 07:57 PM »
Oh, and go Tulsa Golden Hurricane tomorrow against Georgia Tech.  You always want your state teams to win.

Hey, look at that!

Saturday, January 3
HUMANITARIAN BOWL
Georgia Tech 52, Tulsa 10

Woo-hoo!

Signed,

Virex, King of Sports Jinxing

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Re: College Football 2003
« Reply #41 on: January 4, 2004, 10:48 AM »
Who are you cheering for tonight Virex aka Warlord

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Re: College Football 2003
« Reply #42 on: January 4, 2004, 11:06 AM »
Well, the way the bowl season has gone for me so far this year, I should probably be rooting for the Tigers. . .

(I do want to honestly say that besides the two Big XII schools who have won their games, the only other team I was going for who wound up winning was. . .  The Minnesota Golden Gophers.  And yes, I was rooting for them simply because they're your team, Scott.  

I love you.   :-* )

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Re: College Football 2003
« Reply #43 on: January 5, 2004, 12:07 AM »
Hey, congratulations to the Oklahoma Sooners for totally suckin' balls during tonight's game.  Nobody sucked it better.

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Re: College Football 2003
« Reply #44 on: January 5, 2004, 12:12 AM »
Hey, congratulations to the Oklahoma Sooners for totally suckin' balls during tonight's game.  Nobody sucked it better.

Nobody Sucked It Better
Makes Me Feel Bad For The Rest
Nobody Sucked It...Like You Sucked It
OU, You're The Best

White played like absolute Horse Manure, that was awful.  Sorry Virex...hey at least Texas still sucks though right???