FINALLY! The NCAAF 2015 Season!

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    Aug 29, 2015 4:10 PM GMT
    Just when the wait was becoming so unbearable that I was almost forced to watch replays of bowl games on ESPNU:

    Today, at 12:30 PDT/3:30 EDT: ND State at MT on ESPN.
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    Aug 30, 2015 12:02 AM GMT
    MT came from behind in a close game all the way to win in the final seconds! A great start to NCAAF 2015!

    BTW, this is a site for gay jocks and sports fans, isn't it???
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    Sep 03, 2015 3:55 PM GMT
    Oh Happy Day! There are some pretty good games on tap later today: UNCarolina at USCarolina (Love them Cocks!), OK State at Central MI (GO CHIPPEWAS!), MI at UT (Reality check, Wolverines!), TCU at MN (GO GOPHS!), in all 5 solid days of great college ball!

    http://espn.go.com/college-football/schedule

    If you need to upgrade your TV service, today's the day to do it!
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    Sep 04, 2015 4:02 PM GMT
    Thoughts and impressions of some of last night's games:

    - Central MI's Chippewas held up pretty well against OK State, but they made some dumb moves in whom they chose to play when. That'll change.

    - MI has a great defense, but its offense leaves a bit to be desired. Still, Harbaugh showed chutzpah in not giving in at the end. That means improvement over the season to me.

    - MN gave TCU a good game and held them to fewer points than MI did to UT, who looks to be a pretty good team this year. Gophers will be very competitive in the Big Ten this year.

    - USCarolina looked very good against spirited UNCarolina, and will only get better as the season progresses. Watching Steve Spurrier still cracks me up.
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    Sep 04, 2015 7:20 PM GMT
    MGINSD saidThoughts and impressions of some of last night's games:

    - USCarolina looked very good against spirited UNCarolina, and will only get better as the season progresses. Watching Steve Spurrier still cracks me up.


    I hope you're right! I'm willing to bet that Connor Mitch will improve as time goes by. People need to stop comparing him to Connor Shaw. Just let the man show his own talent.

    But I gotta admit, that Switzer guy from UNC is a hottie! He has a very nice bubble butt too! icon_smile.gif
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    Sep 04, 2015 7:21 PM GMT
    Oh yeah....GO GAMECOCKS!!

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    Sep 04, 2015 10:35 PM GMT
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    MGINSD saidThoughts and impressions of some of last night's games:

    - USCarolina looked very good against spirited UNCarolina, and will only get better as the season progresses. Watching Steve Spurrier still cracks me up.


    I hope you're right! I'm willing to bet that Connor Mitch will improve as time goes by. People need to stop comparing him to Connor Shaw. Just let the man show his own talent.

    But I gotta admit, that Switzer guy from UNC is a hottie! He has a very nice bubble butt too! icon_smile.gif


    So is UT q-back Travis Wilson. At 6'7", he looks like Gort out there on the playing field! At right, in black shorts, a uniquely good-looking guy:
    http://cfbhuddle.com/2014/07/18/utah-qb-travis-wilson-heads-2014-ripped-shreds/

    [Note new title for this thread.]
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    Sep 06, 2015 4:25 PM GMT
    Some interim thoughts on this weekend's many games:

    Boise St. beats Washington: Good for BSU, so much for UW's hopes of rebuilding this year; it's going to take longer.

    MI St., UGA, Ole Miss, and Baylor win: Not unexpected, but MSU showed some class, while the others just pointlessly racked up the points. Result: I hope MSU plays one of them later and kicks their ass.

    Northwestern beats Stanford: Nice to see, and not just because my dad's a Wildcat. Should make for a more competitive Big Ten - and would if that dumb divisional system weren't in use.

    Memo to file: Nice to see that the Big 10 teams are playing 12 games this season, but why in the world aren't they playing each other instead of persisting in that silly divisional thingy and wasting time playing 4 games out-of-conference? And no, "it's all about jack" is not the right answer. I call BS on this one.

    Illini over Kent St.: May 1970 was a long time ago, KS; what's w/ the ongoing death trip? Even though my Illini won, it was a cheap shot, and I interpret the rain delay of a day as God's wrath on the Big 10's penchant for playing too many non-conference games.

    Auburn over Louisville: This was a pretty good game to watch, but Auburn pulled it out and looks promising.

    UCLA over UVA: Waaaay too many empty seats in the Rose Bowl, people! VA looked decent at first, but UCLA stepped up and looked a lot better by the half. Sad UVA lost, but glad UCLA won so it can go on to kick USC's butt later.

    BYU over NE: This was another good game, but BYU showed endurance; the powerhouse that NE was supposed to be in the Big 10 has yet to be.

    TX A&M over AZ St.: Whoa! Talk about a misranking, or should I say rankling? But, it was a home game for the Aggies, so let's see how ASU does on its own turf.

    ND over TX: Irish fans are smiling, but is their confidence overplaced? Too bad they're not playing MI this year; that's as good a test as any.

    Bama over Wisconsin: Major conflict of interest during this game; what's a gay college ball fan to do when "Now Voyager" is showing simultaneously on TCM? Yes, flashback is fine, but it can only do so much. If only Bucky had spent a few more weeks at Cascades! Still, one of the better games of the weekend, and WI will improve over time.