NCAAF  > General NCAAF  > CFB Game Day 9/18/2010
September 17, 2010, 08:35 AM
This thread is dedicated to the college football games played on Sept. 18, 2010. Please, feel free to post your observations. I ask that you keep it to college football, humor, and the like. Roots, raves, rants, and the usual expressions of fans caught up in the action are welcome.
September 17, 2010  08:35 AM ET

Do you love college football?

September 17, 2010  08:37 AM ET

Some of the games to peak ones' interest:

ND - MSU
TT - UTx
Iowa - AZ
Auburn - Clemson
UGA - AK
Cal - Nevada
Wisconsin - AZ St
AF - OK
GT - UNC
MD - WVA
LSU - Miss State
UTK - Florida
Wake - Stanford
Baylor - TCU
FSU - BYU
Neb - UW
Wash St - SMU
Louisville - O. St

September 17, 2010  09:11 AM ET

For me, I'll start with Ark-Ga. Then every minute of Fla-Tenn. At 7:00 I'll be flipping back and forth between LSU-Miss. St. and Auburn-Clemson, with peek ins at Texas-Texas Tech and ND-Mich St when they begin at 8:0). The SEC games will be over in time to watch the finales of the latter two by either channel flipping or whichever one is still a contest. Finally if I can stay awake, I'll take in the Iowa-Arizona game with an occasional look at Houston/UCLA. Another big college football game day.

btw TinMan, I expect the Fla/Tenn game to be close and low scoring. Hoping for something more comfortable but that is what I am thinking.

September 17, 2010  10:48 AM ET
QUOTE(#3):

For me, I'll start with Ark-Ga. Then every minute of Fla-Tenn. At 7:00 I'll be flipping back and forth between LSU-Miss. St. and Auburn-Clemson, with peek ins at Texas-Texas Tech and ND-Mich St when they begin at 8:0). The SEC games will be over in time to watch the finales of the latter two by either channel flipping or whichever one is still a contest. Finally if I can stay awake, I'll take in the Iowa-Arizona game with an occasional look at Houston/UCLA. Another big college football game day. btw TinMan, I expect the Fla/Tenn game to be close and low scoring. Hoping for something more comfortable but that is what I am thinking.

Looks like a good schedule to me as well....except with the following exceptions.

1. Following OU/AFA on the computer at 3
2. More watching the MState - LUS while switching/peeking at T/TTU
3. If I can withstand the "Evil Eye" around 9-10pm will stay up for the Other Coast games...otherwise will follow in the paper Sun am

September 17, 2010  10:52 AM ET
QUOTE(#4):

Looks like a good schedule to me as well....except with the following exceptions.1. Following OU/AFA on the computer at 32. More watching the MState - LUS while switching/peeking at T/TTU3. If I can withstand the "Evil Eye" around 9-10pm will stay up for the Other Coast games...otherwise will follow in the paper Sun am

The OU/AFA game is intriguing. It will be on tv here, and there is time during commercials to check out other games than UF/Tenn. I'll be flipping over to check on it as well as the FSU/BYU game at same time.

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September 17, 2010  11:20 AM ET
QUOTE(#1):

Do you love college football?

Ah you need to ask?

September 17, 2010  12:04 PM ET
QUOTE(#1):

Do you love college football?

Rhetorical question (And unappologetic rip off of US brewer's ads).

September 17, 2010  12:05 PM ET
QUOTE(#6):

Wisky

Bucky says, **** 'em!

September 17, 2010  12:18 PM ET
QUOTE(#3):

For me, I'll start with Ark-Ga. Then every minute of Fla-Tenn. At 7:00 I'll be flipping back and forth between LSU-Miss. St. and Auburn-Clemson, with peek ins at Texas-Texas Tech and ND-Mich St when they begin at 8:0). The SEC games will be over in time to watch the finales of the latter two by either channel flipping or whichever one is still a contest. Finally if I can stay awake, I'll take in the Iowa-Arizona game with an occasional look at Houston/UCLA. Another big college football game day. btw TinMan, I expect the Fla/Tenn game to be close and low scoring. Hoping for something more comfortable but that is what I am thinking.

Agree with everything but UF TENN (think UF will roll them and will only check in on that one if that turns out to be the case). Replace that with OU vs AFA and you have a great Saturday and goes to show that even a below average NCAA Saturday is better than most NFL Sundays.

September 17, 2010  12:21 PM ET
QUOTE(#12):

and goes to show that even a below average NCAA Saturday is better than most NFL Sundays.

Isn't that the truth. ++++1

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September 17, 2010  01:21 PM ET
QUOTE(#14):

Badger with a lisp?

Well, the FN censors star out what Bucky really says.

September 17, 2010  01:22 PM ET
QUOTE(#11):

Bucky says, **** 'em!

Out! Out! Errant "r"!

September 17, 2010  01:28 PM ET
QUOTE(#15):

Well, the FN censors star out what Bucky really says.

Wow, the WISC mascot actually talks during the games? Pretty cool if that is the case, not sure any other mascot does.

September 17, 2010  02:37 PM ET
QUOTE(#17):

Wow, the WISC mascot actually talks during the games? Pretty cool if that is the case, not sure any other mascot does.

I allude to an unofficial but very popular bit of piracy/parody which has the characature of Bucky flipping the bird with the legend below stating, "Bucky says, **** 'em!"

September 17, 2010  02:58 PM ET

OK, who's going to call 'em?

So. Miss vs Kansas
Cal vs Nevada

 
September 17, 2010  03:00 PM ET

Anyone care to break down Connecticut vs Temple?

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