Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by DisgruntledTunaFan, Dec 1, 2007.
All I can say tonight is...WOW! WOW! WOW! WOW! WOW!
LOL, the Wanny years were mostly good times for us - I have to admit I was rooting for the guy tonight.
I haven't missed Davey and it isn't like he's been replaced with anything better since he left.
As someone else said...
That was his BCS game last night. Now when they decide who plays for the championship, some schools will be upset. There is absolutely no reason not to have a playoff system. It works in college basketball (over 3 weeks) and they have it in Division 1-AA ( or whatever they call it now) and div 2 and 3.....
Can you imagine if they did have one and held the championship game on the off week between the NFL conference championships and the Super Bowl? Great ratings and everybody's happy and being that the playoffs are over Christmas break for the most part, it wouldn't interfere with school for all those student athletes, as the NCAA once stated as an objection.....
Wanny and his Pornstache. Pimped up in his leather jacket. Oh my!!
Wonder who he took to the prom after the game? Oh yeah, it's not the 70's
anymore. Psst. Don't tell Dave.
Of course I don't miss him, he actualy won a game when he was the coach.
As for the BCS I can't get in to College football until they get a playoff system that isn't a joke.
Every year I hope for a clustermuck in the college football standings. They deserve every bit of controversy in determining a college champion. There has been teams who have finished undefeated and ignored (SEC, Penn. St.) or teams undefeated, but given the; well, they could never beat....(Hawaii).
Kansas just lost to Missouri, thus, didn't make their league championship game, they'll probably go to the championship game. Then you have Ohio State, who hasn't played a game lately and will not for another month. If the lone one loss team doesn't go, then the committee can determine a team from a half dozen two loss teams. Isn't it grand!
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