2010 College Football

September 01, 2010 @ 21:20:22
any fans here? season starts this weekend.

Heading to Atlanta with my friends to catch the LSU vs. UNC game on Saturday.

Bama running shit.

AP Top 25


Alabama
Ohio State
Boise State
Florida
Texas
TCU
Oklahoma
Nebraska
Iowa
Virginia Tech
Oregon
Wisconsin
Miami
USC
Pitt
Georgia Tech
Arkansas
UNC
Penn St
Florida State
LSU
Auburn
Georgia
Oregon State
West Virginia


Heisman Watch



oh and don't sleep on Duke, Sean Renfree and Donovan Varner could do some BIG things in the ACC, Duke's thinkin bowl game for the first time in a while

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September 01, 2010 @ 21:54:26
Terrelle Pryor, lol.
September 01, 2010 @ 21:55:53
oh and don't sleep on Duke, Sean Renfree and Donovan Varner could do some BIG things in the ACC, Duke's thinkin bowl game for the first time in a while

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September 01, 2010 @ 23:56:44
Ingram is out with knee surgery, no date has been set for when he comes back! Huge loss for Alabama!
September 02, 2010 @ 00:32:56
Oregon to win Pac-10 and whatever bowl game we get sent to. DT is here college football world, everyone better watch the fuck out. Not to mention we have arguably the most exciting player in all of the land with LaMichael James. It's going to be a great football season in Eugene this season!
September 02, 2010 @ 04:48:46
oh and don't sleep on Duke

September 02, 2010 @ 05:15:21
haha not in a national sense. but big for duke, is just getting into a bowl game, which they haven't done in a LONG time, and should be able to do this year. Unfortunately they still play in the much harder division of the ACC, so they'll probably finish 4 or 5 in the division. Which isn't bad considering the talent in the division.
September 02, 2010 @ 07:10:00
I am a big fan of football and i always support Chelsea.
September 02, 2010 @ 09:21:37
Nice.
3 Big 12 teams in the Top 10 of the pre season ranking blushing
Go Big Red
September 02, 2010 @ 13:43:59
I am a big fan of football and i always support Chelsea.


...no...

i support chelsea too, but no...wrong thread...gtfo.
September 02, 2010 @ 13:48:07
haha not in a national sense. but big for duke, is just getting into a bowl game, which they haven't done in a LONG time, and should be able to do this year. Unfortunately they still play in the much harder division of the ACC, so they'll probably finish 4 or 5 in the division. Which isn't bad considering the talent in the division.

word. If they played in the Atlantic division the only blips on their radar would be Clemson and Florida State to an extent. Speaking of ACC, I'm expecting Jacory Harris to have a monster year.

go Ducks!
September 02, 2010 @ 13:55:16
haha not in a national sense. but big for duke, is just getting into a bowl game, which they haven't done in a LONG time, and should be able to do this year. Unfortunately they still play in the much harder division of the ACC, so they'll probably finish 4 or 5 in the division. Which isn't bad considering the talent in the division.

word. If they played in the Atlantic division the only blips on their radar would be Clemson and Florida State to an extent. Speaking of ACC, I'm expecting Jacory Harris to have a monster year.

I'm an Oregon fan/student, so I have pretty high expectations for this year too.
September 02, 2010 @ 14:16:03
September 03, 2010 @ 13:45:10
Praying the suspensions for UNC aren't gonna be too bad, we got 6 players out for the LSU game include Robert Quinn smh But I'm still kinda optimistic, top 20 for the first time in a while.
September 03, 2010 @ 17:09:07
Praying the suspensions for UNC aren't gonna be too bad, we got 6 players out for the LSU game include Robert Quinn smh But I'm still kinda optimistic, top 20 for the first time in a while.


No hate, just wondering but you live in England.. how/why are you following American college football??
September 03, 2010 @ 18:08:58


that's some bullshit a pac 10 qb is gonna win the heisman
September 04, 2010 @ 00:10:11
Originally posted by Inactive User
that's some bullshit a pac 10 qb is gonna win the heisman

look out for this du right here to make some Heisman noise too

September 04, 2010 @ 06:20:58
No hate, just wondering but you live in England.. how/why are you following American college football??


How: ESPN America shows most of the games.

Why: I'm a big American football fan so I decided to follow the college season this year. No reason why I'm a UNC fan, just recognise their long basketball heritage and decided to follow their football team too.
September 04, 2010 @ 09:18:23
Monday night... >smh

September 04, 2010 @ 09:18:44
Fuck Carolina
September 04, 2010 @ 15:10:06
Why: I'm a big American football fan so I decided to follow the college season this year. No reason why I'm a UNC fan, just recognise their long basketball heritage and decided to follow their football team too.

How is American football perceived across the pond? Is it mainly looked down upon because of the pads and helmet?
September 04, 2010 @ 16:40:26
People find American Football not only confusing but they play it down in comparison to rugby. I would probably say they're similar in danger, 'cause whilst rugby is more head-on violent (and the lack of protection is a massive issue, I play rugby and regularly get bitten, punched, stamped on etc, it's a violent, dangerous and painful game), the hits in football are probably harder because the players are bigger and faster (harder, definitely not in my opinion), but they do have pads and what not. As a fanbase, the NFL will grow over here, but playing won't grow most likely.
September 04, 2010 @ 16:56:36
I know you're not speaking to me but imo it's not really looked down upon, it's just that most people don't really acknowledge or care about it tbh.

Edit: To the guy above Mr Orange.
September 04, 2010 @ 16:56:42
People find American Football not only confusing but they play it down in comparison to rugby. I would probably say they're similar in danger, 'cause whilst rugby is more head-on violent (and the lack of protection is a massive issue, I play rugby and regularly get bitten, punched, stamped on etc, it's a violent, dangerous and painful game), the hits in football are probably harder because the players are bigger and faster (harder, definitely not in my opinion), but they do have pads and what not. As a fanbase, the NFL will grow over here, but playing won't grow most likely.


Yeah I always thought the Brits had more respect for rugby than American football. It's funny, you say the NFL has potential to have more fans in the UK, while attention to the Premier League seems to be growing year after year here in the States. And sjem yeah I get that too, is it like how no one outside of Australia really cares for their brand of football?

Oregon doin' work today. Sure it's just New Mexico, but damn smokeyface. Our running core will be one of the best in the country this year.
September 04, 2010 @ 16:58:55
People find American Football not only confusing but they play it down in comparison to rugby. I would probably say they're similar in danger, 'cause whilst rugby is more head-on violent (and the lack of protection is a massive issue, I play rugby and regularly get bitten, punched, stamped on etc, it's a violent, dangerous and painful game), the hits in football are probably harder because the players are bigger and faster (harder, definitely not in my opinion), but they do have pads and what not. As a fanbase, the NFL will grow over here, but playing won't grow most likely.


Yeah I always thought the Brits had more respect for rugby than American football. It's funny, you say the NFL has potential to have more fans in the UK, while attention to the Premier League seems to be growing year after year here in the States. And sjem yeah I get that too, is it like how no one outside of Australia really cares for their brand of football?

Oregon doin' work today. Sure it's just New Mexico, but damn smokeyface. Our running core will be one of the best in the country this year.
September 04, 2010 @ 17:22:08
I mean, I suppose there are more people getting interested in it now over here what with the Wembley game each year and all that but I still think the majority of people who follow that are either already fans or just people who got a ticket to the game off of a "client" or something. Saying that though a lot of my friends usually watch at least some of the superbowl but that's it.

Personally I try to watch as many games as I can during the season and definitely the superbowl/playoffs but I don't really follow during the offseason or college football or anything like that.
September 04, 2010 @ 17:33:07
I know that being quite a big fan and one of the only ones (got a few people into it) who is, people just dismiss it as a shit version of rugby (I go to a school that hates football/soccer and rugby is the main boys sport) so I suppose I haven't got a really representative view. A lot of people will watch bits of the Superbowl but not a whole game because it's too stop start.

AFL is just too confusing for me, I know a few Aussies that like it but it's not even like there's a video game you can play to help you understand it (when I first got into football Madden helped). I have watched it but it is pretty mental and confusing, I don't really understand what I'm watching haha.
September 05, 2010 @ 00:14:14
Hot damn Oregon raped New Mexico 72-0
September 05, 2010 @ 00:34:05
man can't believe LSU almost lost to UNC, UNC should of won that game but got a PI non-called at the end.

rip sjsu smh
September 05, 2010 @ 05:26:21


And the new Nike Pro Combat unis are ass

FUCK MY NIGGER DAD

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