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    Re: 2010 NCAA Football Season Thread

    Apparently Sporting News has Washington in their preseason top 25.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YanksFan1992
    Apparently Sporting News has Washington in their preseason top 25.
    Who knows?

    Washington can challenge for a Top 4 spot in the Pac-10 this season. That's if Jake Locker stays healthy and unleashes his potential and the OL and DLs win the battles in the trenches. The Huskies are the team to watch in the Pac-10.

    USC is the favorite to win the Pac-10 despite losing Pete Carroll and having Matt Barkley getting a season under his belt.

    Oregon has talent, but they took a massive blow with Jeremiah Masoli suspended for the year.

    Cal is inconsistent and lost RB Jahvid Best. I'm not sold on Kevin Riley.

    Stanford has a tough road schedule in Pac-10 play and don't have RB Toby Gerhart.

    Oregon State has Jacquizz Rodgers and a solid defense, but they need that QB.

    UCLA still needs offensive line help and a QB and lost a ton of starters on D.

    Arizona needs QB Nick Foles to carry his game.

    Arizona State has a good defense, but pathetic offense with a capital P.

    Washington State? Meh.
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    Quote Originally Posted by YanksFan1992
    Apparently Sporting News has Washington in their preseason top 25.
    And Colgate is ranked 9th in Lindy's preseason FCS poll. It's shaping up to be a good year in college football.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YanksFan1992
    And Colgate is ranked 9th in Lindy's preseason FCS poll. It's shaping up to be a good year in college football.
    It should be.

    The reason why I like the FCS and lower levels in college football is because they don't have a BCS type system the top level Bowl Subdivision has. They have a play-off tournament system.
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    I still think Delaney has his eyes solely on ND; at the end of the day they are the primary prize and the only one that actually makes sense. Nebraska, Kansas, Iowa State & K-State could all be fun in a 16 team conference; but ND is the main event.

    Texas would be great, but that is a pipe dream. They are more suited to the Pac-10 then the Big 10.
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    Re: 2010 NCAA Football Season Thread

    Am I the only one who is a little confused by the idea of the PAC 10 expanding to include schools that are nowhere near the pacific time zone, let alone the pacific coast? It just seems silly. It would be like Utah joining the Big East conference.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NelsonMuntz
    Am I the only one who is a little confused by the idea of the PAC 10 expanding to include schools that are nowhere near the pacific time zone, let alone the pacific coast? It just seems silly. It would be like Utah joining the Big East conference.

    Not really.

    There would be 2 8 team divisions. All six of the Big 12 schools involved + the Arizona schools would make up one conference, then the left over 8 Pac10 schools would make up the other. Its not THAT big of a deal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CanoForPresident
    Not really.

    There would be 2 8 team divisions. All six of the Big 12 schools involved + the Arizona schools would make up one conference, then the left over 8 Pac10 schools would make up the other. Its not THAT big of a deal.
    And the Pac-10, assuming they expand, will have a conference championship game like the SEC and the ACC.

    Question is though, which Big XII division will the Pac-10 get if they expand? North or South?

    I say South.

    Then, you have these two divisions.

    The Pacific Division: Washington, Washington State, Oregon, Oregon State, California, Stanford, UCLA and USC

    The Southwest Division: Arizona, Arizona State, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Texas, Texas Tech, Texas A&M and Baylor.
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    Well yeah, of course they'd want the Big 12 South. The Big 12 North sucks.

    Add: Though Colorado is one team they're looking at, and they're in the North (and they blow too). It's never really been a question that the Pac-10 wants Texas and OU and whomever else they'll bring with them.

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    Re: 2010 NCAA Football Season Thread

    I think if the expansions are to take place, I think this is how it will all go down.

    The Pac-10 will get the entire Big XII South division and the realignment will be like this.

    The Pacific Division: Washington, Washington State, Oregon, Oregon State, California, Stanford, UCLA and USC

    The Southwest Division: Arizona, Arizona State, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Texas, Texas Tech, Texas A&M and Baylor.

    As for the Big XII North, they can be spread out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BroadwayBomber55
    I think if the expansions are to take place, I think this is how it will all go down.

    The Pac-10 will get the entire Big XII South division and the realignment will be like this.

    The Pacific Division: Washington, Washington State, Oregon, Oregon State, California, Stanford, UCLA and USC

    The Southwest Division: Arizona, Arizona State, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Texas, Texas Tech, Texas A&M and Baylor.

    As for the Big XII North, I say Iowa State, Kansas, and Kansas State join the Big Ten and Colorado, Nebraska and Missouri go to the Mountain West.
    You what...?

    No way. The Big11Ten don't want those schools but are interested in Nebraska and Missouri. I'd say the Big11Ten add those two, Notre Dame gives in and joins the party and then two eastern teams (Rutgers/Syracuse/Pitt) to give us our second 16 team super conference.

    Then the SEC adds Va Tech, Virginia, FSU and Miami from the ACC to make a 16 team super conference and the Big East and ACC merge in some form to form another big boy at the table and become the biggest and best (arguably) basketball conference around.

    The big boy looking in from outside would be Kansas. They might joins the MWC with Boise State and Kansas State.

    A big question mark is around Baylor - the Pac-10/16 would prefer Colorado to Baylor but will the Texas Legislature let the Pac-10 take Texas/Tech/A&M without Baylor tagging along as part of the deal?

    So many questions but the dominos will start toppling soon!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BonusCantos
    Well yeah, of course they'd want the Big 12 South. The Big 12 North sucks.

    Add: Though Colorado is one team they're looking at, and they're in the North (and they blow too). It's never really been a question that the Pac-10 wants Texas and OU and whomever else they'll bring with them.
    This could make for some very fun Rose Bowls, which knowing Delaney is probably what he was after anyway. Bring in Cuse, Rutgers, which results in Notre Dame; then Nebraska & Missouri.

    Match that up against the Pac 10 bringing in the Big XII South and BAM! every year in the Rose Bowl and you can essentially guarantee a huge bowl game and most likely extend the BCS saying that a playoff effectively already exists in the form of conference championships.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blokee
    You what...?

    No way. The Big11Ten don't want those schools but are interested in Nebraska and Missouri. I'd say the Big11Ten add those two, Notre Dame gives in and joins the party and then two eastern teams (Rutgers/Syracuse/Pitt) to give us our second 16 team super conference.

    Then the SEC adds Va Tech, Virginia, FSU and Miami from the ACC to make a 16 team super conference and the Big East and ACC merge in some form to form another big boy at the table and become the biggest and best (arguably) basketball conference around.

    The big boy looking in from outside would be Kansas. They might joins the MWC with Boise State and Kansas State.

    A big question mark is around Baylor - the Pac-10/16 would prefer Colorado to Baylor but will the Texas Legislature let the Pac-10 take Texas/Tech/A&M without Baylor tagging along as part of the deal?

    So many questions but the dominos will start toppling soon!
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    Re: 2010 NCAA Football Season Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by CanoForPresident
    Not really.

    There would be 2 8 team divisions. All six of the Big 12 schools involved + the Arizona schools would make up one conference, then the left over 8 Pac10 schools would make up the other. Its not THAT big of a deal.
    Then at least change the name of the conference. It makes absolutely no sense for schools located in the middle of the country to be part of a conference with "Pacific" in the name.
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    Re: 2010 NCAA Football Season Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by BroadwayBomber55
    As for the Big XII North, I say Iowa State, Kansas, and Kansas State join the Big Ten and Colorado, Nebraska and Missouri go to the Mountain West.
    No way in hell that happens. Nebraska and/or Missouri only from the B12 (unless by some fluke they got UT, which they won't). The B10 has no interest at all in Iowa State (no new TVs there), or either Kansas team (they bring nothing to the money table. Perhaps they love the idea of KU basketball, but this is being driven by football and KU just doesn't matter in that arena. The B10 already has enough basketball schools not pulling their weight in the football such as IU and Illinois). ISU, KU and KSU would be money drains on the conference, and therefore, they are out. Mizzou and/or Nebraska if anyone...

    The rumors are that ND, if they were willing to join, (which I do not think they will until they cant figure out what to do with basketball and their Olympic sports) wants to be the only team in the expansion. Basically, they dont want the money pot filtered down even more if they were to join.

    However their primary reason for joining won't be the money (they make enough as an independent, although less then they would in the B10. But the extra money wouldnt be worth it since they would have to balance that against an alumni base that donates a ton of money and wants absolutely no part of a conference. The polling the last time around was something like 90% against). It all comes down to a home for the Olympic sports. If they can maintain a home for those sports, they won't join. If the Big East were to implode, then you may see some movement from ND.

    In many ways this probably comes down to Texas. If Texas stays put, then the Big East survives and ND stays independent. Maybe the B12 loses Mizzou or Nebraska to the B10, but a massive shift would probably be avoided.

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    Is the first domino about to fall?

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    Reports: Nebraska to Join Big Ten

    http://www.foxsportsohio.com/06/09/1...41&feedID=3724

    An official announcement is expected by Friday afternoon, but a press conference could be held as early as today.
    Should come as a surprise to nobody.

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    2010 ESPN College Football Schedule

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    ESPN's 2010 college football schedule
    Date Game Matchup Time (ET) Network
    Thu., Sept. 2 Presbyterian at Wake Forest 6:30 p.m. ESPN3.com
    Thu., Sept. 2 Southern Miss at South Carolina 7:30 p.m. ESPN
    Thu., Sept. 2 Florida A&M at Miami 7:30 p.m. ESPN3.com
    Thu., Sept. 2 Norfolk State at Rutgers 7:30 p.m. ESPN3.com
    Thu., Sept. 2 Minnesota at Middle Tennessee 7:30 p.m. ESPNU
    Thu., Sept. 2 USC at Hawaii 11 p.m. ESPN
    Fri., Sept. 3 Villanova at Temple 5 p.m. ESPN3.com
    Fri., Sept. 3 Arizona at Toledo 8 p.m. ESPN
    Sat., Sept. 4 Western Michigan at Michigan State Noon ESPN2
    Sat., Sept. 4 Miami (Ohio) at Florida Noon ESPN
    Sat., Sept. 4 Samford at Florida State Noon ESPNU
    Sat., Sept. 4 South Carolina State at Georgia Tech 1 p.m. ESPN3.com
    Sat., Sept. 4 Weber State at Boston College 1 p.m. ESPN3.com
    Sat., Sept. 4 Connecticut at Michigan 3:30 p.m. ABC and ESPN2
    Sat., Sept. 4 Texas at Rice 3:30 p.m. ESPN
    Sat., Sept. 4 UCLA at Kansas State 3:30 p.m. ABC
    Sat., Sept. 4 Kentucky at Louisville 3:30 p.m. ABC
    Sat., Sept. 4 North Texas at Clemson 3:30 p.m. ESPN3.com
    Sat., Sept. 4 Western Carolina at NC State 6 p.m. ESPN3.com
    Sat., Sept. 4 Richmond at Virginia 6 p.m. ESPN3.com
    Sat., Sept. 4 Syracuse at Akron 6 p.m. ESPN3.com
    Sat., Sept. 4 Elon at Duke 7 p.m. ESPN3.com
    Sat., Sept. 4 Oregon State vs. TCU
    2010 Cowboys Classic 7:45 p.m. ESPN
    Sat., Sept. 4 LSU vs. North Carolina
    2010 Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game 8 p.m. ABC
    Sat., Sept. 4 Cincinnati at Fresno State 10 p.m. ESPN2
    Sun., Sept. 5 Tulsa at East Carolina 2 p.m. ESPN2
    Sun., Sept. 5 2010 MEAC/SWAC Challenge
    Southern vs. Delaware State Noon ESPN
    Sun., Sept. 5 SMU at Texas Tech 3:30 p.m. ESPN
    Mon., Sept. 6 Navy vs. Maryland 4 p.m. ESPN
    Mon., Sept. 6 Boise State vs. Virginia Tech 8 p.m. ESPN
    Thu., Sept. 9 Auburn at Mississippi State 7:30 p.m. ESPN
    Fri., Sept. 10 West Virginia at Marshall 7 p.m. ESPN
    Fri., Sept. 10 UTEP at Houston 10:15 p.m. ESPN
    Sat., Sept. 11 San Jose State at Wisconsin Noon ESPN or ESPN2
    Sat., Sept. 11 Georgia at South Carolina Noon ESPN or ESPN2
    Sat., Sept. 11 Michigan State vs. Florida Atlantic Noon ESPNU
    Sat., Sept. 11 New Hampshire at Pittsburgh 1 p.m. ESPN3.com
    Sat., Sept. 11 James Madison at Virginia Tech 1:30 p.m. ESPN3.com
    Sat., Sept. 11 Iowa State at Iowa 3:30 p.m. ABC and ESPN2
    Sat., Sept. 11 Florida State at Oklahoma 3:30 p.m. ABC and ESPN2
    Sat., Sept. 11 Kent State at Boston College 3:30 p.m. ESPNU
    Sat., Sept. 11 Presbyterian at Clemson 3:30 p.m. ESPN3.com
    Sat., Sept. 11 Miami at Ohio State 3:40 p.m. ESPN
    Sat., Sept. 11 Morgan State at Maryland 6 p.m. ESPN3.com
    Sat., Sept. 11 Penn State at Alabama 7 p.m. ESPN
    Sat., Sept. 11 Oregon at Tennessee 7 p.m. ESPN2
    Sat., Sept. 11 Stanford at UCLA 10:30 p.m. ESPN
    Sat., Sept. 11 Colorado State at Nevada 10:30 p.m. ESPNU
    Sat., Sept. 11 Mississippi at Tulane 9 p.m. ESPN Classic then ESPN2
    Thu., Sept. 16 Cincinnati at NC State 7:30 p.m. ESPN
    Fri., Sept. 17 Kansas at Southern Miss 8 p.m. ESPN
    Fri., Sept. 17 California at Nevada 10 p.m. ESPN2
    Sat., Sept. 18 Kent State at Penn State Noon ESPN or ESPN2
    Sat., Sept. 18 Arkansas at Georgia Noon ESPN or ESPN2
    Sat., Sept. 18 Maryland at West Virginia Noon ESPNU
    Sat., Sept. 18 East Carolina at Virginia Tech 1:30 p.m. ESPN3.com
    Sat., Sept. 18 Nebraska at Washington 3:30 p.m. ABC
    Sat., Sept. 18 Alabama at Duke 3:30 p.m. ABC
    Sat., Sept. 18 USC at Minnesota 3:30 p.m. ESPN
    Sat., Sept. 18 Arizona State at Wisconsin 3:30 p.m. ABC and ESPN2
    Sat., Sept. 18 BYU at Florida State 3:30 p.m. ESPNU
    Sat., Sept. 18 Clemson at Auburn 7 p.m. ESPN
    Sat., Sept. 18 Navy at Louisiana Tech 7 p.m. ESPN3.com
    Sat., Sept. 18 Texas at Texas Tech 8 p.m. ABC and ESPN2
    Sat., Sept. 18 Notre Dame at Michigan State 8 p.m. ABC and ESPN2
    Sat., Sept. 18 Iowa at Arizona 10:30 p.m. ESPN
    Sat., Sept. 18 UNLV at Idaho 10:30 p.m. ESPNU
    Sat., Sept. 18 Wake Forest at Stanford 11:15 p.m. ESPN2
    Thu., Sept. 23 Miami at Pittsburgh 7:30 p.m. ESPN
    Fri., Sept. 24 TCU at SMU 8 p.m. ESPN
    Sat., Sept. 25 Oregon State at Boise State TBD ABC, ESPN or ESPN2
    Sat., Sept. 25 UCLA at Texas 3:30 p.m. or 8 p.m. ABC
    Thu., Sept. 30 Texas A&M at Oklahoma State 7:30 p.m. ESPN
    Fri., Oct. 1 BYU at Utah State 8 p.m. ESPN
    Sat., Oct. 2 Washington at USC 8 p.m. ABC, ESPN or ESPN2
    Sat., Oct. 2 Penn State at Iowa 8 p.m. ABC, ESPN or ESPN2
    Sat., Oct. 2 Stanford at Oregon 11:15 p.m. ESPN
    Tue., Oct. 5 Troy at Middle Tennessee 8 p.m. ESPN
    Wed., Oct. 6 UAB at UCF 8 p.m. ESPN
    Thu., Oct. 7 Nebraska at Kansas State 7:30 p.m. ESPN
    Fri., Oct. 8 Connecticut at Rutgers 7:30 p.m. ESPN
    Fri., Oct. 8 Oklahoma State at Louisiana-Lafayette 9 p.m. ESPN2
    Sat., Oct. 9 USC at Stanford 8 p.m. ABC
    Wed., Oct. 13 UCF at Marshall 8 p.m. ESPN
    Thu., Oct. 14 South Florida at West Virginia 7:30 p.m. ESPN
    Fri., Oct. 15 Cincinnati at Louisville 8 p.m. ESPN
    Sat., Oct. 16 Iowa at Michigan 3:30 p.m. ABC
    Sat., Oct. 16 Ohio State at Wisconsin 7 p.m. ESPN or ESPN2
    Thu., Oct. 21 UCLA at Oregon 9 p.m. ESPN
    Fri., Oct. 22 South Florida at Cincinnati 8 p.m. ESPN2
    Tue., Oct. 26 Louisiana Tech at Boise State 8 p.m. ESPN2
    Thu., Oct. 28 Florida State at NC State 7:30 p.m. ESPN
    Fri., Oct. 29 West Virginia at Connecticut 8 p.m. ESPN2
    Sat., Oct. 30 Ohio State at Minnesota 8 p.m. ABC, ESPN or ESPN2
    Sat., Oct. 30 Michigan at Penn State 8 p.m. ABC, ESPN or ESPN2
    Sat., Oct. 30 Oregon at USC 8 p.m. ABC, ESPN or ESPN2
    Tue., Nov. 2 Middle Tennessee at Arkansas State 7 p.m. ESPN2
    Wed., Nov. 3 Rutgers at South Florida 7 p.m. ESPN2
    Thu., Nov. 4 Georgia Tech at Virginia Tech 7:30 p.m. ESPN
    Thu., Nov. 4 Buffalo at Ohio 7:30 p.m. ESPNU
    Fri., Nov. 5 Western Michigan at Central Michigan TBD ESPNU
    Fri., Nov. 5 UCF at Houston 8 p.m. ESPN2
    Tue., Nov. 9 Toledo at Northern Illinois 7 p.m. ESPN2
    Wed., Nov. 10 Miami (Ohio) at Bowling Green 8 p.m. ESPN2
    Thu., Nov. 11 Pittsburgh at Connecticut 7:30 p.m. ESPN
    Fri., Nov. 12 Ball State at Buffalo 6 p.m. ESPNU
    Fri., Nov. 12 Boise State at Idaho 9 p.m. ESPN2
    Sat., Nov. 13 USC at Arizona 8 p.m. ABC
    Tue., Nov. 16 Ohio at Temple 8 p.m. ESPN2
    Wed., Nov. 17 Bowling Green at Toledo TBD ESPN2 or ESPNU
    Wed., Nov. 17 Miami (Ohio) at Akron TBD ESPN2 or ESPNU
    Thu., Nov. 18 UCLA at Washington 8 p.m. ESPN
    Fri., Nov. 19 Fresno State at Boise State 9:30 p.m. ESPN2
    Sat., Nov. 20 2010 Florida Challenge
    Bethune-Cookman vs. Florida A&M 2:30 p.m. ESPN Classic
    Sat., Nov. 20 USC at Oregon State 8 p.m. ABC, ESPN or ESPN2
    Tue., Nov. 23 Temple at Miami (Oho) 7 p.m. ESPN2
    Thu., Nov. 25 Texas A&M at Texas 8 p.m. ESPN
    Fri., Nov. 26 Colorado at Nebraska 3:30 p.m. ABC
    Fri., Nov. 26 West Virginia at Pittsburgh TBD ABC, ESPN or ESPN2
    Fri., Nov. 26 Arizona at Oregon 7 p.m. ESPN
    Fri., Nov. 26 Louisville at Rutgers TBD ABC, ESPN or ESPN2
    Fri., Nov. 26 Boise State at Nevada 10:15 p.m. ESPN2
    Sat., Nov. 27 Notre Dame at USC 8 p.m. ABC, ESPN or ESPN2
    Sat., Nov. 27 Oklahoma at Oklahoma State 3:30 p.m. or 8 p.m. ABC
    Thu., Dec. 2 Arizona State at Arizona 8 p.m. ESPN
    Fri., Dec. 3 Marathon MAC title game 7 p.m. ESPN2
    Fri., Dec. 3 Illinois at Fresno State 10:15 p.m. ESPN2
    Sat., Dec. 4 2010 ACC Championship Game 7:45 p.m. ESPN
    Sat., Dec. 4 2010 Big 12 Championship Game TBD TBD
    Sat., Dec. 4 2010 Conference USA Championship Game TBD TBD
    Sat., Dec. 4 Pittsburgh at Cincinnati TBD ABC, ESPN or ESPN2
    Sat., Dec. 4 Connecticut at South Florida TBD ABC, ESPN or ESPN2
    Sat., Dec. 4 Rutgers at West Virginia TBD ABC, ESPN or ESPN2
    Sat., Dec. 4 Troy at Florida Atlantic TBD ESPNU
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    2010-11 College Football Bowl Schedule
    http://sports.espn.go.com/ncf/news/story?id=5168379

    2010-11 College Football Bowl Schedule
    Bowl Location Date/Time Network
    New Mexico
    Mountain West vs. WAC Albuquerque, N.M.
    University Stadium Dec. 18
    2 p.m. ESPN
    uDrove Humanitarian
    MAC vs. WAC Boise, Idaho
    Bronco Stadium Dec. 18
    5:30 p.m. ESPN
    R+L Carriers New Orleans
    C-USA vs. Sun Belt New Orleans
    Louisiana Superdome Dec. 18
    9 p.m. ESPN
    Beef 'O' Brady's St. Petersburg
    Big East vs. C-USA St. Petersburg, Fla.
    Tropicana Field Dec. 21
    8 p.m. ESPN
    MAACO Las Vegas
    Mountain West vs. Pac-10 Las Vegas
    Sam Boyd Stadium Dec. 22
    8 p.m. ESPN
    S.D. County Credit Union Poinsettia
    Mountain West vs. Navy San Diego
    Qualcomm Stadium Dec. 23
    8 p.m. ESPN
    Sheraton Hawaii
    C-USA vs. WAC Honolulu
    Aloha Stadium Dec. 24
    8 p.m. ESPN
    Little Caesars
    Big Ten vs. MAC Detroit
    Ford Field Dec. 26
    8:30 p.m. ESPN
    AdvoCare V100 Independence
    ACC vs. Mountain West Shreveport, La.
    Independence Stadium Dec. 27
    5 p.m. TBD
    Champs Sports
    ACC vs. Big East Orlando, Fla.
    Florida Citrus Bowl Dec. 28
    6:30 p.m. ESPN
    Insight
    Big Ten vs. Big 12 Tempe, Ariz.
    Sun Devil Stadium Dec. 28
    10 p.m. ESPN
    EagleBank
    ACC vs. C-USA Washington, D.C.
    RFK Stadium Dec. 29
    2:30 p.m. ESPN
    Texas
    Big Ten vs. Big 12 Houston
    Reliant Stadium Dec. 29
    6 p.m. ESPN
    Valero Alamo
    Big 12 vs. Pac-10 San Antonio
    Alamodome Dec. 29
    9:15 p.m. ESPN
    Bell Helicopter Armed Forces
    C-USA vs. Mountain West Fort Worth, Texas
    Amon G. Carter Stadium Dec. 30
    Noon ESPN
    New Era Pinstripe
    Big 12 vs. Big East Bronx, N.Y.
    Yankee Stadium Dec. 30
    3:20 p.m. ESPN
    Franklin American Mortgage Music City
    ACC vs. SEC Nashville, Tenn.
    LP Field Dec. 30
    6:40 p.m. ESPN
    Bridgepoint Education Holiday
    Big 12 vs. Pac-10 San Diego
    Qualcomm Stadium Dec. 30
    10 p.m. ESPN
    Meineke Car Care
    ACC vs. Big East Charlotte, N.C.
    Bank of America Stadium Dec. 31
    Noon ESPN
    Brut Sun
    ACC vs. Pac-10 El Paso, Texas
    Sun Bowl Dec. 31
    2 p.m. CBS
    AutoZone Liberty
    C-USA vs. SEC Memphis, Tenn.
    Liberty Bowl Dec. 31
    3:30 p.m. ESPN
    Chick-fil-A
    ACC vs. SEC Atlanta
    Georgia Dome Dec. 31
    TBD TBD
    Dallas Football Classic
    Big Ten vs. Big 12 Dallas
    Cotton Bowl Jan. 1
    Noon ESPNU
    Outback
    Big Ten vs. SEC Tampa, Fla.
    Raymond James Stadium Jan. 1
    1 p.m. ABC
    Capital One
    Big Ten vs. SEC Orlando, Fla.
    Florida Citrus Bowl Jan. 1
    1 p.m. ESPN
    Gator
    Big Ten vs. SEC Jacksonville, Fla.
    Municipal Stadium Jan. 1
    1:30 p.m. ESPN2
    Rose Bowl Game presented by Citi
    BCS vs. BCS Pasadena, Calif.
    Rose Bowl Jan. 1
    4:30 p.m. ESPN
    Tostitos Fiesta
    BCS vs. BCS Glendale, Ariz.
    U. of Phoenix Stadium Jan. 1
    8:30 p.m. ESPN
    Orange
    BCS vs. BCS Miami
    Sun Life Stadium Jan. 3
    8 p.m. ESPN
    Allstate Sugar
    BCS vs. BCS New Orleans
    Louisiana Superdome Jan. 4
    8 p.m. ESPN
    GMAC
    MAC vs. Sun Belt Mobile, Ala.
    Ladd-Peebles Stadium Jan. 6
    8 p.m. ESPN
    AT&T Cotton
    Big 12 vs. SEC Arlington, Texas
    Cowboys Stadium Jan. 7
    8 p.m. FOX
    Papajohns.com
    Big East vs. SEC Birmingham, Ala.
    Legion Field Jan. 8
    Noon ESPN
    Kraft Fight Hunger
    Pac-10 vs. WAC San Francisco
    AT&T Park Jan. 9
    9 p.m. ESPN
    Tostitos BCS National Championship Game
    BCS No. 1 vs. BCS No. 2 Glendale, Ariz.
    U. of Phoenix Stadium Jan. 10
    8 p.m. ESPN
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    Quote Originally Posted by NelsonMuntz
    Then at least change the name of the conference. It makes absolutely no sense for schools located in the middle of the country to be part of a conference with "Pacific" in the name.
    Oh dude there is no question that a name change is going to happen if this all goes down.

    Quote Originally Posted by Yanks1976
    That would be huge.

    ND can still throw a huge wrench in this whole thing by accepting the Big10's offer but I think they'll wait until the last possible minute to join. That offer will always be there for them though.

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    Re: 2010 NCAA Football Season Thread

    Obviously we have no idea how all of this is going to play out, so I haven't really come up with an opinion quite yet. However, it would be rather nice to have Texas and Oklahoma in the Pac 10/whatever they want to call it.

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    Re: 2010 NCAA Football Season Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by CanoForPresident
    ND can still throw a huge wrench in this whole thing by accepting the Big10's offer but I think they'll wait until the last possible minute to join. That offer will always be there for them though.
    I think you are right and ND will wait until they absolutely have to do something. That time isn't close to arriving yet....


    And in other news, here comes Congress:

    http://omaha.com/article/20100609/NE...a-federal-case

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    "I have come to the conclusion that one useless man is called a disgrace, that two are called a law firm, and that three or more become a Congress." - John Adams in the Broadway show 1776.

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    Jeremiah Masoli will probably get kicked off the team for this

    http://www.registerguard.com/csp/cms...ed-driving.csp

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    People at Kansas just sound defeated....

    http://sports.espn.go.com/ncaa/news/...3Fid%3D5265439

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