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Old 04-15-2009, 09:32 PM
 
Location: Kentucky/ Displaced Texan
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Wow, pretty tough OOC schedule there packersnut.

Don't slip up in Stillwater or we could see the same thing happen as last year except insert OSU where TT was at. That would be great wouldn't it. It would be funny to see texas* fans heads explode!!

A weak OOC schedule is gonna hurt you guys... again.
OOC doesn't really matter when you undefeated. Texas is going to have one big chip on our shoulder this season and I can't wait to get it going
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Old 04-16-2009, 11:17 AM
 
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2009 South Carolina gamecocks schedule

@ NC State W
@ Georgia L
Florida Atlantic W
Ole Miss L
SC State W
Kentucky W
@Alabama W
Vanderbilt W
@Tennessee W
@Arkansas W
Florida L
Clemson W

Being optimistic, I predict 9-3, 3rd in SEC East, big upset wins over Clemson and Alabama.
In reality, the Clemson, Arkansas, Tennessee, Vanderbilt, Alabama, Kentucky, Ole Miss, Georgia, and NC State games are all toss-ups.
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Old 04-25-2009, 03:56 AM
 
Location: Invercargill, New Zealand
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I see BSU V Oregon first week as a huge matchup, sure it would be good to have it maybe week 2-3 but I just can't wait for this game.

A very good BSU team going up against an equally good Oregon team, this game is a must win for both teams.

I really hope this game gets the coverage it deserves.
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Old 04-25-2009, 11:44 AM
 
Location: Austin, Texas
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I see BSU V Oregon first week as a huge matchup, sure it would be good to have it maybe week 2-3 but I just can't wait for this game.

A very good BSU team going up against an equally good Oregon team, this game is a must win for both teams.

I really hope this game gets the coverage it deserves.
It will be on ESPN on a Thurday night.
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Old 04-28-2009, 09:03 PM
 
Location: Waco, TX
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Nebraska Cornhuskers

Florida Atlantic - W
Arkansas State - W
@ Virginia Tech - W
LA-Lafayette - W
@ Missouri - W
Texas Tech - W
Iowa State - W
@ Baylor - W
Oklahoma - L
@ Kansas - W
Kansas State - W
@ Colorado - L

The Huskers are improving, but are still not where they used to be. I think a powder-puff OOC schedule, leftover from the Pederson era, and a 7:5 home:away ratio will help their record this year. They will go to Blacksburg and payback the Hokies for the loss in Lincoln last year. With Chase Daniel and Jeremy Maclin gone from Missouri, order will be restored in that series. The game at Baylor will be closer than expected, as the Baylor program is also improving. Unfortunately, the Huskers are still not robust enough to beat Oklahoma, even at home. I predict they will also falter in the Thanksgiving rivalry game at Colorado. Will probably go to the Big12 championship game against either Oklahoma or Texas, and lose that one as well. 10-3 on a 2-game losing streak into bowl season...should end up in a medium-importance bowl like the Holiday or Alamo. Hard to predict that one this early since I have no idea what team or conference they will play, but I will predict a win there too. 11-3 in Bo Pelini's second year.
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Old 04-30-2009, 10:26 AM
 
Location: Charlotte, NC
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Sorry matty, BSU is going to lose at Tulsa. It's a Wednesday game on national TV. SWEET!!

The Golden Hurricane must avenge their 2004 Homecoming loss to the Broncos!! This years game should be just as good!!

Re the OP, I predict my team goes 14-0, just as I predicted last year. This year I think we have an even better chance!! (Ended up 12-2).

Booooomer!!

You a Tulsa fan? If so one of those 2 loses last year was to my alma mater
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Old 04-30-2009, 11:36 AM
 
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You a Tulsa fan? If so one of those 2 loses last year was to my alma mater
Sooners Fan 1st, TU fan 2nd. I'm guessing from your screen name you are talking about the CCG against ECU? Man was that a rough day for Tulsa. We looked good in the GMAC Bowl against BG though
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Old 04-30-2009, 03:32 PM
 
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Temple Owls
MAC
Philadelphia

Villanova W
at Penn State L We'll beat them eventually
Buffalo W (finally)
Eastern Michigan W
Ball State L
Army W
Toledo W
Navy W
Miami (OH) W
at Akron L
Kent State W
at Ohio L

We go 8-4 for our first winning season since 1990 and go Bowling!
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Old 05-05-2009, 12:59 PM
 
Location: California
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My prediction even with losing 8 starters on the defensive side is 12-1. We will lose our one annual game to a Pac-10 opponet, but win the rest of our games including the Ohio State and Notre Dame games and the BCS bowl game. We'll end up in the top 3 or 4, but again wont go to the BCS title game because of strentgh of schedule.

Here's the USC football schedule for 2009:

Sept. 5 San Jose State
Sept. 12 @ Ohio State
Sept. 19 @ Washington
Sept. 26 Washington State
Oct. 3 @ California
Oct. 10 Arizona
Oct. 17 @ Notre Dame
Oct. 24 Oregon State
Oct. 31 @ Oregon
Nov. 7 @ Arizona State
Nov. 14 Stanford
Nov. 28 UCLA

Last edited by Just One of the Guys; 05-05-2009 at 01:13 PM..
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Old 05-05-2009, 02:03 PM
 
Location: Austin, Texas
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My prediction even with losing 8 starters on the defensive side is 12-1. We will lose our one annual game to the Oregon Ducks, but win the rest of our games including the Ohio State and Notre Dame games and the BCS bowl game. We'll end up in the top 3 or 4, but again wont go to the BCS title game because of strentgh of schedule.

Here's the USC football schedule for 2009:

Sept. 5 San Jose State
Sept. 12 @ Ohio State
Sept. 19 @ Washington
Sept. 26 Washington State
Oct. 3 @ California
Oct. 10 Arizona
Oct. 17 @ Notre Dame
Oct. 24 Oregon State
Oct. 31 @ Oregon- LOSS!!!
Nov. 7 @ Arizona State
Nov. 14 Stanford
Nov. 28 UCLA
Fixed that for you.
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