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B1G/ACC Challenge matchups announced

These days, college basketball has a flurry of early season events; it’s not just Maui anymore. There are aircraft carriers and U.S. Army bases and the Champions Classic and the ESPN Tip-Off Marathon and the Battle 4 Atlantis and whatever else Michigan State athletic director Mark Hollis dreams up next. Much of this did not exist even five years ago. In 1999, when the Big Ten/ACC Challenge was born, much of it would have been laughable.

Tuesday, Dec. 3 
Florida State at Minnesota 
Illinois at Georgia Tech 
Indiana at Syracuse 
Michigan at Duke 
Notre Dame at Iowa 
Penn State at Pittsburgh 

Wednesday, Dec. 4 
Boston College at Purdue 
Maryland at Ohio State 
Miami, FL at Nebraska 
North Carolina at Michigan State 
Northwestern at North Carolina State 
Wisconsin at Virginia 

Filed under College Basketball Big Ten ACC B1G/ACC Challenge Florida State Seminoles Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets Syracuse Orange Duke Blue Devils Notre Dame Fighting Irish Pittsburgh Panthers Boston College Eagles Maryland Terrapins North Carolina Tar Heels North Carolina State Wolfpack Virginia Cavaliers Minnesota Golden Gophers Illinois Fighting Illini Indiana Hoosiers Michigan Wolverines Iowa Hawkeyes Penn State Nittany Lions Purdue Boilermakers Ohio State Buckeyes Nebraska Cornhuskers Michigan State Spartans Northwestern Wildcats Wisconsin Badgers

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2012 NFL Draft — Round 1

  1. Andrew Luck (Stanford QB) - Indianapolis Colts
  2. Robert Griffin III (Baylor QB) - Washington Redskins
  3. Trent Richardson (Alabama RB) - Cleveland Browns (traded w/ Minn.)
  4. Matt Kalil (USC OL) - Minnesota Vikings 
  5. Justin Blackmon (OK State WR) - Jacksonville Jaguars (traded w/ Tampa Bay)
  6. Morris Claiborne (LSU CB) - Dallas Cowboys (traded w/ St. Louis)
  7. Mark Barron (Alabama S) - Tampa Bay Buccaneers  
  8. Ryan Tannehill (Texas A&M QB) - Miami Dolphins
  9. Luke Kuechly (Boston College ILB) - Carolina Panthers 
  10. Stephon Gilmore (South Carolina CB) - Buffalo Bills 
  11. Dontari Poe (Memphis DT ) - Kansas City Chiefs
  12. Fletcher Cox (Miss. State DT) - Philadelphia Eagles (traded w/ Seattle)
  13. Michael Floyd (Notre Dame WR)- Arizona Cardinals 
  14. Michael Brockers (LSU DT) - St. Louis Rams
  15. Bruce Irvin (West Virginia OLB) - Seattle Seahawks
  16. Quinton Coples (North Carolina DE) - New York Jets 
  17. Dre Kirkpatrick (Alabama CB) - Cincinnati Bengals 
  18. Melvin Ingram (South Carolina DE) - San Diego Chargers 
  19. Shea McClellin (Boise State OLB)- Chicago Bears
  20. Kendall Wright (Baylor WR)- Tennessee Titans 
  21. Chandler Jones (Syracuse DE) - New England Patriots (traded w/ Cincinnati) 
  22. Brandon Weeden (OK State QB) - Cleveland Browns 
  23. Riley Reiff (Iowa OT) - Detroit Lions
  24. David DeCastro (Stanford OG) - Pittsburg Steelers
  25. Dont’a Hightower (Alabama ILB) - New England Patriots (traded w/ Denver) 
  26. Whitney Mercilus (Illinois DE)- Houston Texans 
  27. Kevin Zeitler (Wisconsin OG) - Cincinnati Bengals 
  28. Nick Perry (USC DE) - Green Bay Packers
  29. Harrison Smith (Notre Dame S) - Minnesota Vikings (traded w/ Baltimore)
  30. AJ Jenkins (Illinois WR) - San Francisco 49ers 
  31. Doug Martin (Boise State WR) - Tampa Bay Buccaneers (traded w/ Denver)  
  32. David Wilson (Virginia Tech RB) - New York Giants 

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Simply Football: A Proposal

simplyfootball:

Me and a friend talked about this today. What if, in football only, the ACC split in two and half went to the Big East and the other half went to the SEC? The Big East would then have 14 teams, enough for two divisions. The SEC would have 18 teams, also enough for two divisions. Now 18 seems like…

This is really interesting. I doubt this would ever happen though.

(via simplyfootball-deactivated20131)

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College Pick Em Week 9

This is what I am thinking…maybe. Any thoughts?

Filed under Auburn Tigers Boston College Eagles Clemson Tigers College Football College Pick Em ESPN Florida Gators Georgia Bulldogs Indiana Hoosiers Iowa Hawkeyes Kansas State Wildcats Michigan State Spartans Minnesota Golden Gophers Mississippi Rebels Missouri Tigers Northwestern Wildcats Ohio State Buckeyes Oklahoma State Cowboys Oregon Ducks USC Trojans Nebraska Cornhuskers Michigan Wolverines Penn State Nittany Lions

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College Pick’em Week 4

Filed under college football alabama crimson tide arkansas razorbacks oregon state beavers boise state broncos oregon ducks arizona state sun devils west virginia mountaineers LSU tigers georgia bulldogs mississippi state bulldogs virginia tech hokies boston college eagles north carolina state wolfpack georgia tech yellow jackets south carolina gamecocks auburn tigers standford cardinal notre dame fighting irish nevada wolf pack brigham young cougars