Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by Unleash Hell, Jun 26, 2011.
half of those are correct. Remember only 1 from the SEC, and you didn't get the SEC team.
Edited OSU. Looking to see which ones I got right and which ones were wrong.
Is it since 2001 or 2000?
with your edit you have 4 correct, still incorrect on the SEC team.
Any other players or is it just gonna be Creatini until he guesses them all?
Including post-new year bowl games?
I can only think of 5.
overall record from the start of the 2001 season to the end of the 2010 season. So if you're asking if a bowl played in 2011, but was from 2000 season, then no.
Theres one, all but one have been guessed at one point now.
wrong sec team
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Rep coming your way!
USC - 103
Texas - 106
Oklahoma - 109
Ohio state - 106
LSU - 102
Boise state - 114
Huh looks like the website I did the totals at was wrong. **** I had the list to.
Whats your source? Mine is the last 10 years straight up records from Phil Steele.
Ohio state 106-22
Boise st 114-16
Same one I used for the conference records for CU vs the Pac 12 but I edited my post. Huh.
hmm, well one of them is wrong.
I very may well have added them wrong because I checked on the official team sites and LSU and UT were over 100. Not bad that we had a 7-9 record against Texas during the majority of that period.
Technically there are only four teams with 100 wins this past decade. Oklahoma vacated their wins from 2005, and USC vacated wins in which Bush played from Dec 2004 through the 2005 season.
How many of those wins were against complete patsies? IMO, that's why OU is the only notable 100+ wins in a decade entry. They've played some tough, solid teams in the OOC year in and year out. Can't say that for the others as much.
Especially Boise State. What did USC's schedule look like during the 2000's?
LSU didn't have a lot of ISU/KSU/Baylor types during their conference schedules. Just because we made a habit of losing to those teams doesn't mean they aren't patsies.
True and LSU is playing UO in what should be the OOC matchup of the year with both teams being possible NC contenders.
USC doesn't play any FCS or lower teams as well. I may not like them, but they bring it scheduling wise.
LSU has played the likes of Arizona, Virginia Tech, North Carolina and Washington in OOC play in recent years. (Oregon this year)
Ohio State has played Texas, Washington, USC and Miami in recent years.
Oklahoma has played Washington, Oregon, Miami, Florida state, TCU and BYU in recent years.
Texas has played Ohio state and TCU in recent years.
USC has played Arkansas, Nebraska, and Ohio state in recent years
Boise state has played Oregon, Oregon state, Virginia Tech, Georgia and Utah in recent years.
All have played some good OOC teams. Texas Probably the least of them all playing the majority of their OOC games at home against the little Texas schools. Boise has actually played some tough OOC schools, it's their conference that hurts their schedule.
about to be 3 with tOSU stuff in the pipe.
How many out of state OOC games has Texas had since Brown took over? I can only think of Wyoming.
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