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Offline Ccook

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Re: 2022 College Football season
« Reply #60 on: Yesterday at 03:50:37 PM »
Georgia finishes undefeated, knocking off Georgia Tech 37-14 after a shaky start (Stetsen Bennett had only 28 passing yards in the first half). Meanwhile, Michigan  finishes off Ohio State (final 45-23) who will likely be no. 4 in the CFP rankings. South Carolina all but knocks Clemson out of the picture with a 31-30 win.
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Re: 2022 College Football season
« Reply #61 on: Yesterday at 11:27:40 PM »
What's interesting now is that Michigan and Ohio State could have a rematch in the National Championship Game. I'm guessing that if Georgia, Michigan, and TCU handle their business next week, it'll be 1. Georgia, 2. Michigan, 3. TCU, and 4. Ohio State. (Sorry, Alabama, 2 losses is 2 losses.) That would mean the possibility of a rematch in the National Championship Game. I don't think it would happen because I think Georgia is repeating, but the possibility is worth noting.)
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Re: 2022 College Football season
« Reply #62 on: Today at 02:10:26 AM »
The PAC-12 title game (Friday 8 PM ET, Fox) is still undecided on who faces USC. Oregon and Utah both have identical conference records (7-2), but I'd give Oregon the nod since they beat Utah a couple of weeks ago thus giving them the tie breaker.

The others are set:
FRIDAY (all times Eastern)
Conference USA (8 PM, CBS Sports) - North Texas/Texas-San Antonio
SATURDAY
Big 12 (12 Noon, ABC) - Kansas State/TCU
MAC (12 Noon, ESPN2) - Ohio/Toledo
Sun Belt (3:30, ESPN) - Coastal Carolina/Troy
AAC (4 PM, ABC) - Tulane/Central Florida
SEC (4 PM, CBS) - Georgia/LSU
Mountain West (4 PM, Fox) - Fresno State/Boise State
SWAC (4 PM, ESPN2) - Southern/Jackson State
ACC (8 PM, ABC) - Clemson/North Carolina
Big 10 (8 PM, Fox) - Purdue/Michigan
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Re: 2022 College Football season
« Reply #63 on: Today at 02:56:39 AM »
Wrong as usual I am. Utah faces USC in the PAC-12 game.
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