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  • ESPN announces first 3 Primetime CFB games

    Week 1: Oregon v. Auburn (August 31st)
    Week 2. Texas v. LSU (Sept. 7th)
    Week 3. Clemson v. Cuse (Sept 14th)

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    Week 1: "The annual game when the Pac 12 team gets beat again because they didnt get to play Tennessee"

    Week 2: "The game that when we look back in December will say 'LOL at those two teams being top 10'"

    Week 3: "Because we gotta show the new evil empire"

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    • #3
      Originally posted by ibleed View Post
      Week 1: "The annual game when the Pac 12 team gets beat again because they didnt get to play Tennessee"

      Week 2: "The game that when we look back in December will say 'LOL at those two teams being top 10'"

      Week 3: "Because we gotta show the new evil empire"
      1. Yes, but we are also perfectly capable of beating moo state and Ole Miss as well, thank you.
      2. I think yaw yaw can get you guys 10-3 after the bowl and back into the top 10. Texas I have no idea which direction that's going to go with Herman.
      3. Cuse has given them trouble, but that nonsense is going to end this year.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by General_Grantlocks View Post

        1. Yes, but we are also perfectly capable of beating moo state and Ole Miss as well, thank you.
        2. I think yaw yaw can get you guys 10-3 after the bowl and back into the top 10. Texas I have no idea which direction that's going to go with Herman.
        3. Cuse has given them trouble, but that nonsense is going to end this year.
        1. Dont forget the Risen Rosen game against aTm
        2. Until I see an offense that doesnt suck more balls than a porn star, I don't buy it.
        3. Clemson 21+

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        • #5
          Seems about right.

          Although Im really really looking forward to Leach vs Holgo

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