Don't let them bait you! You have to remember there are teams that are good enough to be mentioned with the SEC elites and then there's everyone who wished they were good enough to be considered equal to an SEC powerhouse. True football fans know the difference!!!!!!
Your talking about a Georgia team that was without six starters due to injury. You take out two of the best backs in the country, the top three recievers on the team, and a starting safety on a young defense and let me see where ANY team is. That said, turnovers, not injuries got the Dawgs whipped Saturday.
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A news conference will be held Wednesday in Dallas to announce the committee's members.
ESPN and The Associated Press have identified the other 12 members of the committee as:
• Wisconsin athletic director Barry Alvarez
• Retired Lt. Gen. Michael Gould, a former Air Force Academy superintendent
• USC athletic director Pat Haden
• Former NCAA executive vice president Tom Jernstedt
• West Virginia athletic director Oliver Luck
• Former NFL and Ole Miss quarterback Archie Manning
• Former Nebraska coach/athletic director Tom Osborne
• Clemson athletic director Dan Radakovich
• Former U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice
• Former Big East commissioner Mike Tranghese
• Former USA Today reporter Steve Wieberg
• Former Stanford/Notre Dame/Washington coach Tyrone Willingham
The selection committee will choose the four teams that advance to the College Football Playoff beginning after the 2014 regular season, as well as rank and place at-large teams in the noncontract New Year's Day bowls -- the Cotton, Fiesta and Chick-fil-A.
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Got tickets on the 50 yrd line to Thursday night ESPN game. Miami vs UNC. I guess I will get to see one top 10 team this yr.
UNC(1-4) with the lead over #10 Miami(5-0) 17-13 @ Halftime.
FIRST QUARTER MIA UNC MIA FG 8:45 Matt Goudis 22 yard field goal GOOD.Drive info: 10 plays, 76 yds in 3:12
3 0 UNC TD 5:20 Marquise Williams pass complete to Eric Ebron for 71 yards for a TOUCHDOWN. Thomas Moore extra point GOOD.Drive info: 2 plays, 76 yds in 0:31
3 7 MIA FG 2:59 Matt Goudis 20 yard field goal GOOD.Drive info: 7 plays, 72 yds in 2:21
6 7 SECOND QUARTER MIA UNC MIA TD 12:33 Thomas Moore 47 yard field goal BLOCKED returned , Ladarius Gunter for 67 yards, to the NCaro 0 for a TOUCHDOWN. Matt Goudis extra point GOOD.Drive info: 10 plays, 36 yds in 3:25
13 7 UNC TD 9:50 Bryn Renner pass complete to Quinshad Davis for 20 yards for a TOUCHDOWN. Thomas Moore extra point GOOD.Drive info: 7 plays, 71 yds in 2:43
13 14 UNC FG 3:32 Thomas Moore 25 yard field goal GOOD.Drive info: 12 plays, 60 yds in 4:03
Team Stat Comparison
MIA UNC 1st Downs 7 13 3rd down efficiency 5-12 5-11 4th down efficiency 0-0 0-0 Total Yards 288 291 Passing 181 234 Comp-Att 10-22 17-25 Yards per pass 8.2 9.4 Rushing 107 57 Rushing Attempts 17 22 Yards per rush 6.3 2.6 Penalties 3-15 3-16 Turnovers 2 1 Fumbles lost 0 0 Interceptions thrown 2 1 Possession 13:29 16:31
Man what a game. Ending could have been better. Coaching cost the game
Yea a thriller for sure. I thought Miami had it sealed, then UNC drives down the field like an NFL Elite QB lol
UNC QB did throw some pretty awful INT's and the play calling was lacking. The Offsides and Delay of game though on the 2nd to last drive that pushed the 3rd and 1 to 3rd and 10 was killer too.
But a 1-4 Team gave Miami all they could handle and some.