Friday, December 14, 2007

49-21

Man I am glad I did not even bother watching Delaware tonight. I kind of knew it would be bad.
Though I must say, security in Chattanooga, not doing a bang up job tonight. The whole town of Boone is on both sidelines. Not the best plan...

6 comments:

Bond said...

It was fugly dude...

Matt-Man said...

Holy Crap!! I forgot all about the game. I'll have to catch the highlights and lowlights. Cheers!!

Hyperion said...

I don't think they are quite used to the level of interest the ESPNing of App St. has brought them.

I'll tell you this: App St. could have made a bowl playing Michigan's schedule this year. They are good.

Sparky Duck said...

Bond-it was bad

Matt-If you were a Blue Hen fan, it was lowlights

Hype-You are very right, App State definetly could have gone 7-4 or 8-3 in 1-A football. Though I wonder what two teams in 1-AA beat them.

Michael - Lover of Amy said...

I realize in my case (a UCF alumnus and fan) my school is NOT in a prime conference.

When the ACC expansion drew from the Big East, several teams had a chance to move up from the MAC and C*USA. South Florida moved from the CUSA to the Big East, allowing UCF to move from the MAC to C*USA.

With a top tier coach like George O'Leary and a growing program, my hope is that someday UCF could get into the ACC or Big East, where they could be competitive. Perhaps then the nation's #1 RB would get Heisman attention.

As it is, UCF won the C*USA championship this year. That got them an automatic spot in the Liberty Bowl. The set-up has the LIberty Bowl mathing with a bowl eligible team from the SEC. I should take consulation in this that we are going to play an SEC team, and if we win, we'll have a piece of an argument for our being in a better conference. I just have to get past the fact that the SEC team we play finished 4th in the Western Division, wow, 4th of 6. :)

Anthony said...

What a novel idea. A playoff, wherein the winner is the National Champion. Who'd-a thunk?