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Fall Preview: College Football

Written by Juan Cena on Monday, August 31 2009 and posted in SWRT
Continuing with the Fall preview, here are the four games SWRT are interested in this year at the moment.
Georgia @ Oklahoma St. (Sept. 5, 3:30 PM ABC)
Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy (He’s a Man! He’s 40! Well okay, 42.) faces off against UGA coach Mark Richt (He’s a Man! He’s 49!) It’s tough when Judgment Day is the first day of the season. Lose this one and it’s a virtual kills hot, where even the other teams in your division stumbling afterwards may not be enough to get you back on track.

Florida @ LSU (Oct. 10, 8:00 PM)
LSU may be the toughest opponent the Gators face all year (don’t even say Georgia). With a schedule where Florida ducks Alabama and that Ole Miss team that made Tim Tebow pitch a hissy fit…uh, boldly vow to lead his team to the BCS “Championship”, The Gators may have the easiest road to the BCS than any other team besides Notre Dame. Speaking of which…

USC @ Notre Dame (Oct. 17, 3:00 PM)
This may just be a relevant game again this year, with emphasis on the word maybe. Notre Dame has an easy schedule, with an easy path to Pasadena, CA. On the other hand, the Irish have Jimmy Clausen as their starting QB, and SWRT has never been impressed by his brothers who played before him. (Rumor has it that Jimmy’s brother’s Casey is gonna be inducted into Georgia’s Ring of Honor this year. Sadly, he played for the Vols.) And USC has rookie QB Matt Barkley who has a long learning curve ahead of him. But if this day’s game’s not relevant then there’s always…

Texas vs. Oklahoma (Oct. 17 Noon ABC)
Provided that Texas gets by Texas Tech this year, the Red River Shootout could decide one-half of the BCS match-up. Beyond that it will be the last time senior QB’s Colt McCoy and Sam Bradford will be playing each other on the college level, so lots of significance there. It could also decide McCoy and Bradford’s possible Heisman chances.
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Continuing with the Fall preview, here are the four games SWRT are interested in this year at the moment.
Georgia @ Oklahoma St. (Sept. 5, 3:30 PM ABC)
Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy (He’s a Man! He’s 40! Well okay, 42.) faces off against UGA coach Mark Richt (He’s a Man! He’s 49!) It’s tough when Judgment Day is the first day of the season. Lose this one and it’s a virtual kills hot, where even the other teams in your division stumbling afterwards may not be enough to get you back on track.

Florida @ LSU (Oct. 10, 8:00 PM)
LSU may be the toughest opponent the Gators face all year (don’t even say Georgia). With a schedule where Florida ducks Alabama and that Ole Miss team that made Tim Tebow pitch a hissy fit…uh, boldly vow to lead his team to the BCS “Championship”, The Gators may have the easiest road to the BCS than any other team besides Notre Dame. Speaking of which…

USC @ Notre Dame (Oct. 17, 3:00 PM)
This may just be a relevant game again this year, with emphasis on the word maybe. Notre Dame has an easy schedule, with an easy path to Pasadena, CA. On the other hand, the Irish have Jimmy Clausen as their starting QB, and SWRT has never been impressed by his brothers who played before him. (Rumor has it that Jimmy’s brother’s Casey is gonna be inducted into Georgia’s Ring of Honor this year. Sadly, he played for the Vols.) And USC has rookie QB Matt Barkley who has a long learning curve ahead of him. But if this day’s game’s not relevant then there’s always…

Texas vs. Oklahoma (Oct. 17 Noon ABC)
Provided that Texas gets by Texas Tech this year, the Red River Shootout could decide one-half of the BCS match-up. Beyond that it will be the last time senior QB’s Colt McCoy and Sam Bradford will be playing each other on the college level, so lots of significance there. It could also decide McCoy and Bradford’s possible Heisman chances.

Posted originally: 2009-08-31 13:16:00
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