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U of L countdown thread.
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First off the Cards will be without two wide outs with Chris Vaughn and Scott Long being suspended following a shooting outside a, no not nightclub folks, a haunted house. Bad news is these guys contribute as much as Mike Bush post broke leg. I first saw this on the bottom line but all I saw was and all I saw was the ass end of it and it kind of sounded as if it were two players from WVU at which point I thought "Oh Shit Vaughn done f*cked up this time."

But beyond this is anyone else as freakin geaked as I am about this game. This takes me back to a Nov game about 13 years ago. No more getting upset because we're not blowing the other team out, just watching two damn good teams and hoping for a Mountaineer win. Hell Yes I'm Stoked.

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indeed. hyped and ready to see some helmet paint get swapped. screw pitt, vt, marshall, maryland...THIS is the new and improved idea of a rivalry. hell, we've all been amped up about this game since wicks stopped brohm in the 3rd OT.

i dont think this game will be as epic gameplay wise, but...who knows.

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As far as I'm concerned, this is becoming the biggest rivalry game on the schedule. Which is kinda weird since this was just a Conference USA team just a few years ago. Pitt's the second biggest. Maryland is slowly fading and well Marshall never was.

This is going to be a helluva good game. It could be very well a game that we go back and forth scoring touchdowns. It could very well come down to who has the ball last.

We've had a good basketball game against these guys (Pre-Big East) and a good football game. This is definitely a rivalry.

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You think Louisville could end up being the Miami of the new Big East? And does anyone know the full count of our series against U of L? Isn't it like, 3-1 or something?

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Well now all we have to do is beat Louisville! OH GLORIOUS DAY! THE MIGHTY USC HAS FALLEN!

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finally! wvu should be #3 in all the polls

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Texas is getting the best out of the Red Raiders right now to the tune of 21-0, TT. It isn't near the end of the 1st half, but #3 and #5 might fall tonight, making things a lot easier on us if (and when?) we beat Louisville.

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OK folks, ive TRIED to start a new thread ALL DAY, but something is wrong somewhere. it keeps giving me a blank page whenever i try to open a new thread or poll. so anyway, a couple things to mention below:

1 - Evidently, Virginia Tech (you know, those thugs who feel more comfortable in an orange jumpsuit than they do in their orange football unis) is not only full of hipocrits (see link below) but they are evidently the WORST liars i have ever seen. I mean, what, you really gonna stick with the story that it was a CLEMSON fan that hit Tommy Bowden in the head with a liquor bottle. PUHLEEZE! (Though i can say, at least their local media and their local police force seem to want to do whatever it takes to protect their team. Which seems to be the complete OPPOSITE of what our local media seem to have in mind) anyway, does anyone remember when it was said that Frank Beamer said that he would never bring his team to play in West Virginia anymore, because of the behavior of our fans, specifically that our fans supposedly "threw" liquor bottles & batteries at the Chokies on the sidelines. Well, wonder if he will now say the same thing about his beloved Lame Stadium? I mean if he's soooooo against bad fan behavior, shouldnt he boycott VaTech's home stadium, the same way he ran away from Mountaineer Field? Now I'm shaking my head and thinking "A Clemson Fan threw that bottle? MY ASS!!!" Anyone else think this is just toooo much bullshit? HOW THE HELL DO THEY CONTINUE TO GET A PASS FOR THEIR BEHAVIOR while we get nailed for everything we do, and a LOT of things we DONT do?!?!
heres the link:
http://sports.espn.go.com/ncf/news/story?id=2640969

2 - You might as well go ahead and get ready for it.... the new flavor of the week, or better yet, the new favorite one loss team that should be favored over the beloved blue & gold of the Mountaineers. It will be.....
the Blue & Gold... of Michigan. I GUARANTEE that the talking heads, and jackasses of the sports media (read Colin Cowterd, Lou the-drunk Holtz, Mark Gay, Big Baby Buckeye, & that unbearable,blundering,BCS-Luvin, Bitch Lee "sweetheart" Corso) will start saying that if the Ohio State vs Michigan game is anything resembling a close game (read: either team wins by 21 or less) then the losing team shouldn't drop in the polls at all. meaning that they should get to play again in the NC game, no matter what happens. It seams that the jackasses are out of teams to campaign for to be ranked in front of us. So now, they will do the only thing left to do, say that even if either team loses, they still would be better than WVU and should still get to play in the NC Game. (Note by NO means does the word "they" include Lou Holtz's drunk ass. We all know that he touches his nipples in ecstacy when he gets to spout on about his blessed Notre Lame Fighting Girlish and how they deserve to be ranked number 0 since 1 isnt good enough for the Golden Domers. and even though theyre not even ranked in the top 10 in the BCS, they should be playing in the Super Bowl on superiority of the Alumni alone. So again, by no means does the word "they" meant to suggest that Drink-n-Stroke Holtz would let himself be lumped in with those other Non-Notre Dame Pupid Stoopy Butts.

so in summing up:
Virgina Tech is a bunch of Classless, Lying, Hipocritical, Rocket Armed Evildoers. (see how i used their own trick back on them by lumping ALL their fans into one shitty pack)

also:
Michigan is NOT better than WVU at ALL. but plan on hearing how they could beat the Raiders right now.

ALSO, THANK YOU OREGON STATE, GOOOOOOOOOOOOO USC (the OTHER usc, south cakalakee) CUMMON TEXAS TECH!!!!\

hey beast, send me a shout, and let me know if the website is messed up, or if its just me who cant get a new topic started. thx folks

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No, it isn't just you. I can't make new topics or use the regular reply; I can only use the fast reply.

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I've been to Lane stadium many times. Like Mountaineer Field, the seats behind the visitors bench are for home team fans. If the individual ejected for "throwing things" was a Clemson fan, he would have had to obtained his ticket from a Hokie fan or scalper. For these reasons I find it very unlikely that this individual was a Clemson fan. If a policeman witnessed a violation of the law and simply escorted the individual out does it seem that he would escort a Clemson fan? Hell no... this wreaks of cover-up.

However, it really doesn't matter. This type of behavior from anyone should not be tolerated. Clear and simple. If anyone in the stands of any game is throwing items onto the field, vigilantism should rule the day. Any sick bastard that hurls a whiskey bottle should be throttled by everyone around him. The police should never even have the opportunity to make an arrest.

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Re: U of L countdown thread.
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Lord... If we weren't chomping at the bit before, we damn sure should be now. It's time to TCB. Only Hokies choke on the number three spot... right?

I know our team and coaches have worked very hard to get where they are right now. Hell... all I've done is practice my beer drinking and spend thousdands on tickets, transportation, tailgating, MAC money and more.

Let's Go Mountaineers!!! Git 'er done!!!

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Texas still needs to lose, as does Auburn and Florida. USC will lose again, probably when it plays Cal.

It's gonna be a long fucking week.

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haha, i actually was gonna post about the clemson-va. tech game when i seen the article.

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Thank you usc for being the over rated piece of shit you are. Lets Gooooooooooooooooooooo Mountaineeeeeerrrrrrrr

Thursday can't get here any sooner.

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WTF??????????? http://sports.espn.go.com/ncf/news/story?id=2643771
read and react. If this goes down Rich rod best not show back up in the WV again. He's not saying yes but he sure the hell ain't saying no. It all about the cash because we know what a storied program they have down there in chapel hill. Right now I'm just pissed and realy want to punch the next bastered I see wearing baby blue. Tar Heels? what the fux.

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BEST PRO-WV BCS ARGUMENT TO DATE!!!



Monday, October 30, 2006
SEC's conference standing taking a hit in 2006

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By Mark Schlabach
ESPN.com

I've spent the majority of my professional career in SEC press boxes. From Fayetteville, Ark., to Columbia, S.C., I've always felt SEC schools had the most rabid fans, the prettiest coeds, several of college football's best settings and many of the game's best athletes. The South has always been the region where college football matters most.


Rich Rodriguez's West Virginia team is pointed toward the national title game.
So nine seasons out of 10, I would probably agree that from top to bottom, the SEC is hands-down the best conference in college football.

But not this year. The SEC might still be the deepest league in the land, but it's not good enough this season to afford a mulligan to Arkansas, Auburn, Florida or Tennessee, which are all trying to jockey their way back into the BCS title game picture now that USC has fallen.


If the winner of Thursday night's Louisville-West Virginia game at Papa John's Stadium in Louisville (ESPN, 7:30 p.m. ET) finishes the season with an undefeated record, that Big East champion will be more deserving of a spot in the Jan. 8 BCS title game than any one-loss team from the SEC.


In fact, undefeated Louisville or West Virginia would be more deserving than the loser of the Nov. 18 game between No. 1 Ohio State and No. 2 Michigan. And it would be more deserving than one-loss Texas, one-loss California or one-loss Notre Dame.

"Certainly, you keep your eye on that," Louisville coach Bobby Petrino said of the BCS standings. "When you saw USC lose, it's one more step for the winner of our game or the winner of the Big East having a shot at the BCS title game. Rutgers is sitting out there undefeated, so there's more to the season than this game."


The Mountaineers and Cardinals would probably struggle to finish unbeaten in the meat grinder that is the SEC. Auburn couldn't do it this season. Neither could Florida, nor Tennessee. Auburn had its chance to win a national championship and lost to Arkansas. Florida lost to Auburn, and Tennessee lost to the Gators. LSU might be the best team in the league, but the Tigers can't win big games.

The bottom of the SEC is worse than the bottom of the Big East. Ole Miss, Mississippi State and Vanderbilt have combined for two conference victory. Georgia can't score. Kentucky can't defend. South Carolina can't win games that matter.


And what have those SEC teams at the top done besides beat each other? Arkansas got crushed by USC in Week 1. Auburn's best nonconference win came against Washington State.

Florida beat Southern Mississippi and Central Florida and finishes the season against I-AA Western Carolina and Florida State, which is playing like a I-AA team. Tennessee has the SEC's best nonconference win, 35-18 over California in the opener, but the Vols struggled against Air Force and barely beat Alabama and South Carolina.


For that matter, whom has Ohio State beaten besides Texas? Whom has Michigan beaten besides Notre Dame? Whom have the Fighting Irish beaten at all?


So it can be argued that Louisville and West Virginia have played just as tough a schedule as everyone else.

The Big East isn't chopped liver. Rutgers is one of six unbeaten teams left in Division I-A.

Pittsburgh is 6-2 and was on the cusp of being ranked before the Scarlet Knights beat the Panthers.

Cincinnati and South Florida aren't as easy to beat as Mississippi State, and both the Bearcats and Bulls should play in bowl games again. Syracuse and Connecticut still have a ways to go, but both are getting better.



Brian Brohm's return from injury rekindled Louisville's title aspirations.
"We're a small league, but from one through eight, we're as strong as we've been in a long time," West Virginia coach Rich Rodriguez said. "I think all of that talk about the demise of the Big East should be gone."


Big East commissioner Mike Tranghese isn't looking past Thursday night's game between his league's two powerhouses. The Mountaineers still have to play at Pittsburgh on Nov. 16 and host Rutgers in a Dec. 2 finale in Morgantown, W.Va. (who would have ever thought a Big East regular-season game would trump the ACC, Big 12 and SEC championship games on the last day of the season?). If the Cardinals beat West Virginia, they still play at Rutgers on Nov. 9 and at Pittsburgh on Nov. 25.


"I haven't even given it a lot of thought," Tranghese said, when asked about the possibility of unbeaten Louisville or West Virginia being left out of the BCS title game. "If that happens, I will be disappointed. But I'm not going to sit here and scream about it. I don't even worry about it. There's still a long way to go. There's a lot of games left. I don't even know if we're going to have an undefeated team left at the end. Those teams still have tough road games left."


Auburn coach Tommy Tuberville was screaming about the BCS, even before his Tigers were upset at home by Arkansas 27-10 on Oct. 7. Auburn regained its footing to beat the Gators 27-17 the following week, but struggled at Ole Miss before beating the lowly Rebels 23-17 last Saturday.


With Tuberville's team right in the middle of the BCS beauty pageant, in which strength of schedule and final scores will matter most during the next month, Auburn is preparing Saturday to play … Arkansas State.

Along with Washington State, the Tigers' other nonconference games were against Buffalo and Tulane. And the Tigers won't face a formidable opponent on the road this season -- they played at Mississippi State, South Carolina and Ole Miss and play rival Alabama in Tuscaloosa on Nov. 18. The Crimson Tide were losing to Duke in the second half three weeks ago.


Beating Georgia, which lost to Vanderbilt and nearly lost to Colorado and Mississippi State, won't do much for the Tigers' strength of schedule this season, either.


Conversely, the Big East teams' strength of schedule figures to get better. If West Virginia finishes undefeated, it will probably have beaten seven teams with winning records -- if Cincinnati, East Carolina and South Florida finish better than 6-6. An undefeated Louisville team would have as many as nine wins against teams with winning records -- if Miami, Kansas State, Middle Tennessee and Cincinnati finish strong.


The Mountaineers' victory over Maryland looks better and better each week, and the Cardinals played the Hurricanes at home and Kansas State on the road. There are few SEC teams that can claim such quality nonconference wins.


"I think because there are so many games left, I don't know how you can compare strength of schedule until the end of the year," Rodriguez said. "For us, everybody said our nonconference schedule wasn't very good. But look at what Maryland did. They beat Florida State and have done well. I think if there are two undefeated teams left from BCS conferences, those two teams will be there."


In a perfect college football world, teams such as Louisville and West Virginia would get an opportunity to prove themselves against the likes of the SEC.


The Mountaineers got that chance a season ago -- and they waxed the SEC champions in the Sugar Bowl.

On (and off) the Mark
On The Mark

Redshirt freshman Colt McCoy is putting up Heisman-worthy numbers.
It might be time to include Texas quarterback Colt McCoy among the Heisman Trophy favorites, at least among the select few who are clearly behind Ohio State quarterback Troy Smith.

McCoy, a redshirt freshman, has gotten better each week, and the Longhorns have won seven games in a row since losing to Ohio State 24-7 on Sept. 9. McCoy has completed 68 percent of his passes for 1,705 yards with 24 touchdowns and only four interceptions. He ranks seventh in Division I-A in pass efficiency and is on pace to throw 35 touchdown passes, which would break the Texas single-season record.


On Saturday, the Longhorns play one of the quarterbacks ranked ahead of McCoy, Oklahoma State's Bobby Reid, who has the third-best passer rating in the country. Reid has thrown for 1,616 yards and 19 touchdowns. He and receivers Adarius Bowman and D'Juan Woods could have a big day in Austin, Texas, against a secondary that allowed Texas Tech's Graham Harrell to throw for 519 yards in the Longhorns' 35-31 win last week.

Off The Mark
It has to be over for Michigan State's John L. Smith. His team rallied for the biggest upset in Division I-A history in beating Northwestern two weeks ago, and then responded by getting blasted 46-21 at Indiana. The Spartans scored a touchdown on their first drive of the game, but didn't get another first down until the fourth quarter. They trailed 30-10 at halftime, had 12 penalties, lost two fumbles and dropped six passes.


Michigan State is 4-5 and 1-4 in Big Ten play and must win two of its last three games against Purdue, Minnesota and Penn State to finish 6-6 and qualify for a bowl game.

On The Mark
Louisville and West Virginia aren't the only unbeaten teams that benefited from USC's 33-31 loss at Oregon State. So did Boise State, which blew out the Beavers 42-14 on Sept. 7.


The Broncos are 8-0 and No. 14 in the Bowl Championship Series rankings. They also greatly benefited from Virginia Tech's 24-7 win over Clemson Thursday night.

To qualify for one of the four BCS at-large berths, Boise State must finish in the top 12 of the BCS standings or ranked in the top 16 of the BCS standings and ahead of the champion of one of the six BCS conferences which receives an automatic BCS berth (ACC, Big Ten, Big 12, Big East, Pac-10 or SEC).


At No. 15, Boston College is the highest-ranked ACC team in the BCS standings. Clemson is No. 19, Georgia Tech is No. 21, Wake Forest is No. 24 and Virginia Tech is No. 25. So the Broncos will be rooting for the Demon Deacons to beat Boston College in Winston-Salem, N.C., on Saturday.


Boise State hosts struggling Fresno State on Wednesday night, then faces one of its toughest tests at San Jose State on Nov. 11. The Broncos then host Utah State on Nov. 18 and finish the regular season at Nevada on Nov. 25.

Off The Mark

Both Chuck Amato and his mentor, Bobby Bowden, are feeling the heat.
North Carolina State athletic director Lee Fowler doesn't want to go through another coaching search. The Wolfpack struggled to find a basketball coach this spring after Herb Sendek left for Arizona State, and eventually settled on former player Sidney Lowe, who was 56-161 as an NBA coach.


But Wolfpack football coach Chuck Amato isn't making Fowler's decision easy. NC State seemed to rebound from early-season losses to Akron and Southern Miss by upsetting Boston College and Florida State in consecutive games. Now, the win over the Seminoles doesn't look very impressive and State has lost three straight games to Wake Forest, Maryland and Virginia.


The Wolfpack is 3-5 and 2-3 in the ACC, with games left against Georgia Tech, Clemson, North Carolina and East Carolina. Amato might find a way to lose all of them, and he should have to win three of them to keep his job.

NC State is reluctant to make a change because North Carolina has already fired coach John Bunting, and the Wolfpack can benefit from the Tar Heels' instability. But how stable is State with Amato still standing on the sideline?

On The Mark
Kentucky quarterback Andre Woodson (284 passing yards and three touchdowns in 34-31 win at Mississippi State). Vanderbilt quarterback Chris Nickson (400 yards offense -- 150 rushing and 250 passing -- and five touchdowns in 45-28 win over Duke). Wake Forest linebacker Jon Abbate's interception. Georgia Tech receiver James Johnson's touchdown catch. Arkansas running back Darren McFadden's versatility (129 yards rushing and threw for a touchdown in 44-10 win over Louisiana-Monroe). Oklahoma quarterback Paul Thompson (three touchdowns in 26-10 win over Missouri). Oklahoma State's bowl chances. Temple's first win in 21 games. Notre Dame quarterback Brady Quinn's Heisman Trophy chances. Indiana quarterback Kellen Lewis (five touchdowns in 46-21 win over Michigan State). The Hoosiers' bowl chances. Iowa freshman quarterback Jake Christensen (256 passing yards in first start). Washington State quarterback Alex Brink (405 passing yards and three touchdowns in 37-15 win over UCLA). Tennessee in the fourth quarter. Virginia Tech running back Branden Ore (200-plus rushing yards in back-to-back games).

Off The Mark
Auburn in the red zone. Texas' secondary. Georgia's turnovers (15 in the last four games). UCLA's bowl chances. Washington's postseason hopes. Miami quarterback Kyle Wright's protection. Florida State's kicking game. Minnesota. Purdue's offense (shut out 12-0 by Penn State; first time Boilermakers were held scoreless in 127 games). Winless Duke's 16-game losing streak, now the longest in Division I-A. Blown replay calls at Texas Tech and Oregon State. Clemson quarterback Will Proctor. Bottle throwing by a Clemson fan.

Mark Schlabach covers college football and men's college basketball for ESPN.com. You can contact him at schlabachma@yahoo.com.

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Cowterd with Bob Davie. Already looking for someone other than WV. What a prick... Email him...


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Southwvboy needs to take his Prozac. His response to Rich Rod's comments about the vacant UNC job are significantly "south" of ignorant.

Rodriguez made it infinitely clear that he was not interested in the UNC job. Certainly, one of his assistants should be a candidate. If UNC thought they could lure Rodriguez away from WVU they might as well try pissing up a rope.

UNC has a history of firing coaches even when they are successful. Don't believe me? Ask Mike O'Cain. No established coach in his right mind would set foot in UNC's facilities.

Get a clue Southie...

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Get a clue yourself there Will, show me where in there he says straight up NO. He says he will set down and think about anything interesting but he did not come out and say NO hell NO. Money talks. And he does not say he is not say he was not interested in the job he just said that you don't speak on it in the middle of the season. Yeah I may over react but at least read before you react.

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easy now boys! ha. i think the open ended answer was a little bit of a scare tactic to WVU...basically saying, "hey, teams and schools want me and will pay me and my staff to leave. pony up bitches." well, that just what i imagine going through rich rod's head. it sounds funny with his accent.


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