Okay you all asked for it….I’ll just take my notes live….
Charles Davis is about the only member of the Studio Team that really knew what he was talking about
No one cares about the “Pontiac Game Changing Performance of the Year” but FOX felt the need to tell us the finals after only one team had been released. They also decided to drag things out with only one team named after 20 minutes of television.
Missouri is out, and I think that’s just crap. You can only have three teams from one conference and even though they beat Kansas they’re left out.
ESPN seems to be having much more fun. Lou Holtz is talking a mile a minute. Georgia is out of the Championship Game.
There you have it. It’s the Tigers and Bucks folks…..let’s see how well those Bucks travel. Zelasko tried to get LSU’s crowd into it and failed miserably. Ouch. Les Miles thanks the voters and is surprisingly still the coach of the Tigers.
Mark Richt blames the media for not being in the title game based on being a conference champion. Not a bad BCS if you ask me. Mizzou got screwed if you asked me, but I’m happy that LSU got in. Based on the system this is how we had it planned out…..let’s see how well you travel OSU. It’s going to be a hell of a crowd in the Dome.
“Zelasko has found herself in the middle of a frat house party.” – Chris Rose (Via The Unreliable Narrator)
That’s just wrong. What are your thoughts now everyone?
Update: Here’s the rest of our Bowl Season and I have to say it looks to be a pretty good one. Get your picks ready because we’ll have another contest for you this year.
Jan. 6 GMAC Bowl Mobile, Ala. ESPN 8 p.m. Bowling Green vs. Tulsa
Jan. 5 International Bowl- Toronto ESPN2 Noon Rutgers vs. Ball State
Jan. 1 Outback Bowl- Tampa, Fla. ESPN 11 a.m. Wisconsin vs. Tennessee
Jan. 1 Cotton Bowl- Dallas FOX 11:30 a.m. Arkansas vs. Missouri
Jan. 1 Gator Bowl– Jacksonville, Fla. CBS Noon Virginia vs. Texas Tech
Jan. 1 Capital One Bowl- Orlando, Fla. ABC 1 p.m. Michigan vs. Florida
Dec. 31 Armed Forces Bowl- Fort Worth, Tex. ESPN 12:30 p.m. California vs. Air Force
Dec. 31 Sun Bowl- El Paso, Tex. CBS 2 p.m. Oregon vs. South Florida
Dec. 31 Humanitarian Bowl- Boise, Idaho ESPN2 2 p.m. Fresno State vs. Georgia Tech
Dec. 31 Music City Bowl- Nashville, Tenn. ESPN 4 p.m. Kentucky vs. Florida State
Dec. 31 Chick-fil-A Bowl- Atlanta ESPN 7:30 p.m. Auburn vs. Clemson
Dec. 31 Insight Bowl- Tempe, Ariz. NFL Net. 5:30 p.m. Oklahoma State vs. Indiana
Dec. 30 Independence Bowl- Shreveport, La. ESPN 8 p.m. Colorado vs. Alabama
Dec. 29 Meineke Car Care Bowl- Charlotte, N.C. ESPN 1 p.m. Wake Forest vs. Connecticut
Dec. 29 Liberty Bowl- Memphis, Tenn. ESPN 4:30 p.m. UCF vs. Mississippi State
Dec. 29 Alamo Bowl- San Antonio ESPN 8 p.m. Penn State vs. Texas A&M
Dec. 28 Texas Bowl- Houston NFL Net. 8 p.m. Texas Christian vs. Houston
Dec. 28 Champs Sports Bowl- Orlando, Fla. ESPN 5 p.m. Boston College vs. Michigan State
Dec. 28 Emerald Bowl- San Francisco ESPN 8:30 p.m. Maryland vs. Oregon State
Dec. 27 Holiday Bowl- San Diego, Calif. ESPN 8 p.m. Arizona State vs. Texas
Dec. 26 Motor City Bowl- Detroit, Mich. ESPN 7:30 p.m. Central Michigan vs. Purdue
Dec. 23 Hawaii Bowl- Honolulu ESPN 8 p.m. Boise State vs. East Carolina
Dec. 22 Papajohns.com Bowl- Birmingham, Ala. ESPN2 1 p.m. Cincinnati vs. Southern Miss
Dec. 22 New Mexico Bowl- Albuquerque, N.M. ESPN 4:30 p.m. New Mexico vs. Nevada
Dec. 22 Las Vegas Bowl- Las Vegas, Nev. ESPN 8 p.m. UCLA vs. BYU
Dec. 21 New Orleans Bowl- New Orleans ESPN2 8 p.m. Florida Atlantic vs. Memphis
Dec. 20 Poinsettia Bowl- San Diego, Calif. ESPN 9 p.m. Utah vs. Navy