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Some Yahoo voted UF #1
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At least it didn't go to Oregon
Not surprised, but it has no effect on the BCS standings. I also like that it went to UF and not Oregon.
I figured there would be a voter trying to standout.
I bet a thousand dollars it was USC beat writer Scott Wolf.
And I bet you're right. Someone always has to be the fly in the ointment.
None of the coaches changed their minds, but the Harris Poll had 5 voters who selected a team other than Bama last week. We'll see how that changes this week.
Don't shake on it. It was actually Doug Lesmerises from Cleveland, Ohio.
You can rate his vote here:
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I think it was some dude from Ohio this time.
Here's Wolfe's picks....
Doug Lesmerises - Cleveland Plain Dealer
Edit: Apparently I'm slow as Christmas
This post was edited by Daup 21 months ago
UF was HANDED the football 3 times inside USCe's 20 yard line... so, if you ask me USCe gave the game away. Once they got down UF was able to pin their ears back on D and USC couldnt establish a run game.
UF is NOT a complete team, but they are playing very well right now and getting the most out of their talent. Bama would beat them by 25 point, and if Richt pulls a "a richt" we will get our chance in December.
Im starting to get worried about the next 3 games though - gonna be a true test for this team.
AP Poll means nothing these days..
This post was edited by dcole001 21 months ago
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