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Showdown Saturday: Gators-Tigers tilt highlights key weekend

There are 4 comments on the Orlando Sentinel story from Oct 6, 2008, titled Showdown Saturday: Gators-Tigers tilt highlights key weekend. In it, Orlando Sentinel reports that:

The nonconference cupcake feasts are over. The upsets already have begun. And now we can get serious about charting the path to Miami, site of this season's BCS national-title game.

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Micah

Irving, TX

#1 Oct 6, 2008
OU/Texas from the Big 12 is the highlighted game of the week. Only someone from the SEC would call the match-up between LSU and Florida the highlight of the week. OU and Texas are both in the top five. Florida isn't even in the top ten of either poll and will probably get run in its own building this weekend.

Heck I would even take the battle of Big 12 undefeated teams from Missouri and Oklahoma State ahead of this potential SEC stinker.
Sherm904

United States

#2 Oct 6, 2008
Micah wrote:
OU/Texas from the Big 12 is the highlighted game of the week. Only someone from the SEC would call the match-up between LSU and Florida the highlight of the week. OU and Texas are both in the top five. Florida isn't even in the top ten of either poll and will probably get run in its own building this weekend.
Heck I would even take the battle of Big 12 undefeated teams from Missouri and Oklahoma State ahead of this potential SEC stinker.
Your a dumb ass were gonna beat LSU this weekend and the only reason why texas and OU are in the top 5 is because they play shit teams!
DrewC

Deridder, LA

#3 Oct 6, 2008
They're both big games. The game of the year could be LSU vs. Bama later this season. If they both remain undefeated, they could be 1 & 2 in the polls when they meet.
Brandon Rainey

Austell, GA

#4 Oct 13, 2008
Micah wrote:
OU/Texas from the Big 12 is the highlighted game of the week. Only someone from the SEC would call the match-up between LSU and Florida the highlight of the week. OU and Texas are both in the top five. Florida isn't even in the top ten of either poll and will probably get run in its own building this weekend.
Heck I would even take the battle of Big 12 undefeated teams from Missouri and Oklahoma State ahead of this potential SEC stinker.
First off lets look at Oklahoma schedule...
8/30 Chattanooga 1-0 (0-0) W 57-2
9/06 Cincinnati 2-0 (0-0) W 52-26
9/13 @ Washington 3-0 (0-0) W 55-14
9/27 No. 24 TCU 4-0 (0-0) W 35-10
10/04 @ Baylor 5-0 (1-0) W 49-17
10/11 No. 5 Texas 5-1 (1-1) L 45-35
DATE OPPONENT TV TIME (ET)
10/18 No. 16 Kansas TBA
10/25 @ Kansas State TBA
11/01 Nebraska TBA
11/08 @ Texas A&M TBA
11/22 No. 7 Texas Tech TBA
11/29 @ No. 8 Oklahoma State
Its weak, therefore who cares if the go undefeated or lose one gam! Anybody in the SEC (the best conference) would kill anyone in the Big 12 especially Oklahoma. When they get a better schedule then they can be considered elite.

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